Bermuda Vacations

Bermuda Vacations

Get Away to the Island of Bermuda

A 21-square mile island set apart out in the Atlantic, the island of Bermuda is just a two-hour flight from most eastern U.S. cities. The island is ringed with pink sand beaches leading into clear turquoise waters, perfect for snorkeling, swimming and cliff diving. Bermuda's sub-tropical climate lends itself to amazing year-round experiences.

If you’re planning a visit to Bermuda, you’re in for an unforgettable experience on an island of friendly locals and incredible natural beauty. Bermuda’s beaches are legendary, but beyond the pink sand you’ll find an island packed with a rare mix of experiences. Go sailing or shipwreck diving, explore ancient caves and subterranean lakes, uncover British colonial heritage in historic towns, celebrate with Gombey dancers, feast on one of the world's best fish sandwiches and wash it all down with one of the island's signature rum drinks.

Things to Do in Bermuda

On the Water Nature & Natural Wonders Sports, Recreation & Spas
From stand-up paddleboards to jet skis, kayaks and sailboats, there are many ways to enjoy the clear waters of Bermuda. If scuba diving is on your wish list, this is a great location for wreck dives, including the favorite Cristobal Colon, a luxury liner that crashed into a reef and sank in 1936. In fact, there are hundreds of wrecks here due to the island’s treacherous reefs, which were unmarked in the early days of navigation.
The famous pink beaches of Bermuda lead into clear waters perfect for snorkeling and diving to see the abundance of undersea life. A must-see in Bermuda is the Crystal Caves, one of the largest and most dramatic cave systems on the island. For a jungle experience with grottoes and caves, hike through the Walsingham Nature Reserve in Hamilton Parish. You can even find a pristine watering hole for a refreshing swim.
The South Shore beaches are connected by a walking trail said to be the most beautiful beach walk in the world. If you prefer, you can bike the 18-mile Railway Trail, taking you through scenic landscapes. Bermuda's golf courses offer challenging holes with amazing ocean views. Horseback riding is another favorite pastime. Take time to relax at one of the many spas on the island. There may be one right in your hotel!
Arts, Culture & Entertainment Shopping Dining & Nightlife
Bermuda's historic homes with manicured gardens and two famous lighthouses will appeal to history buffs. Museums and art galleries on Bermuda's streets will draw you in with a combination of cultures and traditions. The live music performed in theaters and lounges reflects the British heritage fused with African rhythms. You'll find Bermuda is a fascinating potpourri of nationalities, all lending characteristics to a charming island personality. 
Bermuda's shopping hub lies in the City of Hamilton, where small local shops and boutiques offer island wear, home decor, handmade jewelry, and well-known retail products. You'll come across treasures like perfumes crafted using island essences or jewelry made with Bermuda's legendary pink sand. While Hamilton's shops offer stylish fashions, shops in the Royal Naval Dockyard and the Town of St. George offer locally made arts and crafts to colorful island accessories.
There are numerous beachside bars where a sunset cocktail is a perfect way to end a busy day. Enjoy Bermuda’s favorite rum drinks on the water or sample a classic Bermudian specialty like fish chowder or taste the modern spins that innovative chefs around the island are bringing to the table. Let the rhythm move you at several clubs and lounges filled with live jazz, reggae, and calypso music.

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