Posted by: Kelsey Muldoon | April 27, 2010

Most Mysterious Places to Visit: The Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle, also called the Devil’s Triangle, is located in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. It is a mysterious place to visit because of the many aircrafts and ships that have mysteriously disappeared without human reasons. Most people think the cause of most of these accidents are due to paranormal experiences, although, others believe it has to do with compass variations and the suspension of laws of physics. To see a list of newspaper articles describing accidents that happened within the Bermuda Triangle, click here.

Even though there are these, what we assume are, myths, the Bermuda Triangle is a beautiful place to travel to. Since it is further north than the Bahamas, it stays a little cooler than those islands. In the summer, one of the best times to travel there, the temperature reaches about 85 degrees and the water temperature can reach up to 86 degrees. There is always a cool breeze coming through Bermuda making it a comfortable place to stay. There are many hotels in Bermuda that offer great deals, especially in the off season or during hurricane season. It is almost prime to go during hurricane season because Bermuda gets hit with less hurricanes than the United States does, so its very rare and the rates drop incredibly for tourists. There are also many cruises that make the trip through the Bermuda Triangle. Even though many people believe the myths about lost ships and aircrafts in the Bermuda Triangle, the U.S. Board of Geographic Names has made it clear that there is no danger in visiting the Bermuda Triangle. Learn more about when to go to the Bermuda Triangle here.

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