Aug 4, 2012 21:04 - holly | 1,063 views
The Bermuda Triangle, otherwise known as the ‘Devil’s Triangle’, is notorious for being one of the most mysterious areas of the seven seas. It is located on a busy shipping lane and cruise route in the western part of the North Atlantic. The 3 points of the triangle reaching Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda, have been accused for the disappearance of boats, aircrafts, and humans for many years.
In the mid 40s, Flight 19 and its crew of 5 US Navy bombers seemingly disappeared whilst on a training mission. This sparked a multitude of other allegations and stories of mysterious happenings, most farcical and made up by hyperbolic locals, though some to this day have been left as real mysteries.
Are you looking for a holiday with an element of nervous excitement and adrenalin? Why not choose a Caribbean Cruise that includes Bermuda as a stop-off port? There are some cruises where Bermuda is the final destination, and if this is so, you should book a few nights in this mystifying area before carrying on your way.
A great activity to book is a late night boat tour out to the spots where the disappearances were said to have occurred. The tour lasts around 2 hours, and as you leave shore, you slowly sail into ghostlike darkness, making your heart race all the more. Just as you think you may burst with fear, the sea is illuminated with lights underneath your glass bottom boat, and you are able to experience Bermuda’s nightlife at its best, from the beautiful coral to the alien-like wildlife that it’s home to.
It’s not only the night-time that provides magical beauty, but also during the day there are many activities that you can participate in and explore what else the island has to offer. You could take a trek on horseback, hire some snorkel gear and float on top of the crystal clear waters taking in the natural beauty that lies beneath, check out the subterranean lakes below the earth in the Crystal and Fantasy Caves, or simply just find a good spot on one of the many beaches, immerse yourself in a good book, and soak up the sun.
When it is time for you to move on, you could hop over the sea to Florida and continue on your adventure up the East coast of America – that’s as long as you’ve not disappeared!
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