When To Go
The important thing to remember when planning your trip is that subtropical Bermuda is in the Atlantic—not the Caribbean. High season is April through October, when the sun shines brightest and the warm waters beckon. This is when the island teems with activity, sightseeing options are plentiful, and the events calendar is full. Off-season—November through March—the weather is often perfect for golf or tennis, but the pace is considerably slower.
Bermuda has a mild climate. In winter (December through March) temperatures range from around 55°F at night to 70°F in early afternoon. High winds can make the air feel cooler, however. The hottest times are between May and September, when temperatures range from 75°F to 85°F. It's not uncommon for the mercury to reach 90°F in July or August, and it often feels hotter due to humidity. Although summer is somewhat drier, rainfall is spread fairly evenly throughout the year. In August and September, hurricanes occasionally hit the island.