The Bermuda Triangle is also known as the Devil's Triangle. It is located in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean. Some people say it is known for its mysterious disappearances. Aircrafts and surface vessels have gone missing in its waters(Wikipedia).

Where is the Bermuda Triangle?

The parts of the Bermuda Triangle are Miami, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the island of Bermuda. The boundaries cover the Straits of Florida, the Bahamas, the Carribean Island areas, and east to the Azores (Wikipedia).

What is the history of the Bermuda Triangle?

The Bermuda Triangle was first mentioned on September 16th, 1950 in an article by Edward Van Winkle Jones. They were talking about it because there had been some unusual disappearances. One of the disappearances was Flight 19, a group of five U.S. Navy TBM Avenger bombers on a training mission. The pilots called on the radio that they didn't know where they were and they were never heard from again (Wikipedia). There was also the disappearance of the U.S. Cyclops in March 1918. The ship was last known to be in the Bermuda Triangle area. There has been no physical traces of it ever found (The Bermuda Triangle).

What is there to do on vacation on the islands?

The Bermuda Triangle is in warm waters with beautiful islands. If you went on vacation there, you could go boating at your own risk. The Coast Guard gets many calls for help from inexperienced boaters (Bermuda Triangle). If you do go boating, I would recommend getting training or going with someone who is familiar with the area. If you're not into boating, you could lay on the beach and go swimming. You could also go snorkeling or scuba diving so you could see many different beautiful animals. If you like golfing, they have the most beautiful golf courses in the world.


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