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16 Things to do in Bermuda | Top Bermuda Attractions and Activities

We visited Bermuda for 3 days on a Norwegian Cruise that set sail from New York. Here's some of the activities and attractions that we saw on our short visit that I would recommend adding to your own Bermuda itinerary.

If you're planning a trip to Bermuda, there are so many activities and attractions to do on the island, but in this video I've captured 16 Activities to do in Bermuda:

0:00 Introduction
0:49 ✔️ Crystal & Fantasy Caves
1:33 ✔️ Take the bus
2:12 ✔️ Swizzle Inn
2:40 ✔️ St. George’s
3:50 ✔️ St. Peter’s Church
4:31 ✔️ Lili Bermuda Perfumery
4:53 ✔️ Take a ferry ride
5:28 ✔️ Rent a 2-Seater Electric Vehicle
6:12 ✔️ Take a trolley tour
6:43 ✔️ Clocktower Mall
7:30 ✔️ Horseshoe Bay
8:31 ✔️ Visit another beach
8:58 ✔️ Royal Naval Dockyard
9:42 ✔️ The Craft Market in the Royal Naval Dockyard
10:13 ✔️ Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
10:46 ✔️ Take an Island Tour
11:13 Closing

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Top 10 Things To Do in Bermuda

Bermuda is a British island territory in the North Atlantic Ocean known for its pink sand beaches - Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay Beach. Explore its massive Royal Naval Dockyard complex, interact with dolphins, or learn more about the wildlife around the island at the National Museum of Bermuda. The island has a distinctive blend of British and American culture, which can be found in the capital, Hamilton. Check out our video for the top things to do while visiting Bermuda.

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Our favourite places in Bermuda

1. St. George’s
2. Coopers Island
3. Blue Hole Park
4. Bailey’s Ice Cream
5. Swizzle Inn
6. Railway Trail Baileys Bay
7. Spittal Pond
8. Hamilton City
9. Admiralty Park
10. Pit Stop BBQ
11. Marley Beach
12. Horseshoe Bay
13. Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
14. Scuba Diving


???? BERMUDA best resorts for 2021 travel: Top 10 hotels in Bermuda

What are the best Bermuda hotels in 2021? Travelers review and rate the hotels on various travel websites, and we compiled the data to rank them. Check the most popular and the best rated hotels el Bermuda!

Hotels in rating:
1.Coco Reef Resort Bermuda
2. Rosedon Hotel
3. The Loren at Pink Beach
4. Pompano Beach Club
5. The Reefs
6. Cambridge Beaches
7. Rosewood Bermuda
8. Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa
9. Fairmont Southampton - Beach, Spa & Golf Resort
10. Elbow Beach, Bermuda

Hotels and resorts that was close to TOP 10:
Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, a Fairmont Managed Hotel
Royal Palms Hotel
Newstead Belmont Hills Hotel
Fourways Inn
Clairfont Apartments
Willowbank Resort
The St. George's Club
Dawkin's Manor
The Sandpiper
Brightside Guest Apartments
Syl-den Apartments
Garden House
Rosewood Tucker's Point
Kingston House B&B
Aunt Nea's Inn
Wade's Garden Inn
Greenbank Guest House and Cottages
Edgehill Manor Guest House
St Helier Bed & Breakfast
Granaway Guest House & Cottages
Oxford House
Robin's Nest
Greene's Guest House
Sound View Cottage
Blue Horizons Guest House
Little Pomander Guest House
Burch's Guest Apartments
Valley Cottages & Apartments
Grape Bay Cottages
Inverurie Executive Suites
Salt Kettle Guest House
Tuckers Point Club Golf Villas
The Paraquet
Azura Bermuda
Cavendish Heights Suites
Windsong Guest Apartments
Watford Studios
Clear View Suites & Villas

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Bermuda Travel Tips | What you need to know before you go!

Are you planning a trip to the island of Bermuda? Whether you're visiting on your own or as part of a cruise, here are some essential tips you need to know before you go!

✔️ #1 Bermuda is Expensive
✔️ #2 Official Currency
✔️ #3 Driving on Bermuda
✔️ #4 No Franchises (Almost!)
✔️ #5 Take the Bus
✔️ #6 Take the Ferry
✔️ #7 Taxi Tips
✔️ #8 Tourist Attractions
✔️ #9 Beach Info

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Bermuda Maritime Museum, Bermuda Railway Trail, Crystal and Fantasy Caves, Gibb's Hill Lighthouse, Hamilton, Horseshoe Bay, Royal Naval Dockyard, St George's Island Forts, St. George's, St. Peter's Church, The Bermuda Aquarium, Wreck Diving

Best Bermuda hotels 2020: YOUR Top 10 hotels in Bermuda

What are the best Bermuda hotels in 2020? Travelers review and rate the hotels on various travel websites, and we compiled the data to rank them. Check the most popular and the best rated hotels el Bermuda!

Hotels in rating:
1. Royal Palms Hotel
2. Rosedon Hotel
3.The Loren at Pink Beach
4. Pompano Beach Club
5. The Reefs
6. Cambridge Beaches
7.Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, a Fairmont Managed Hotel
8. Rosewood Bermuda
9. Newstead Belmont Hills Hotel
10. Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa

Hotels and resorts that was close to TOP 10:
Fourways Inn
Fairmont Southampton - Beach, Spa & Golf Resort
Coco Reef Resort Bermuda
Elbow Beach, Bermuda
Clairfont Apartments
Willowbank Resort
The St. George's Club
Dawkin's Manor
The Sandpiper
Brightside Guest Apartments
Syl-den Apartments
Kingston House B&B
Greenbank Guest House and Cottages
Aunt Nea's Inn
Wade's Garden Inn
Edgehill Manor Guest House
St Helier Bed & Breakfast
Granaway Guest House & Cottages
Oxford House
Robin's Nest
Greene's Guest House
Sound View Cottage
Blue Horizons Guest House
Little Pomander Guest House
Grape Bay Cottages
Valley Cottages & Apartments
Inverurie Executive Suites
Tuckers Point Club Golf Villas
The Paraquet
Cavendish Heights Suites
Watford Studios
Windsong Guest Apartments
Salt Kettle Guest House
Clear View Suites & Villas
Valley Cottages & Apartments
Azura Bermuda
Robins Nest Guest Apartments
Bermuda Connections Apartments

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10 Things to Do in Bermuda | Condé Nast Traveler

The 35th America’s Cup starts this weekend and many are flocking to Bermuda to watch the international sailing teams race their yachts around the islands. However, there are plenty of reasons to stay well after the festivities close. From cliff jumping into bright blue waters to taking in the views of the archipelago from the Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse, here are ten must-dos while in Bermuda.

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From indulging in traditional dishes to horseback riding on the beach, the activities never end when exploring Bermuda. Come visit and see everything we have to offer:

The Complete Hidden Gems: Bermuda

Good things come in small packages – and nowhere is that more true than the islands of Bermuda. That’s right, the “islands.” Most visitors think Bermuda is just one island, but it’s more than 120 of them. Watch the full video of Peter's Hidden Gems: Bermuda, as he uncovers places and experiences that even the locals don't know about. From spicy Bermudian cuisine to off-the-beaten path islands with rare inhabitants, this is a Bermuda you haven't see before.

Bermuda is world famous for its pink sand beaches, but for the real experience you have to get off the shore and into the water. One of the best ways to see the island is by small boat. Bermuda is covered with small and large coves, harbours and beaches. Maneuvering around the water is easy by water. You’ll get a firsthand look at the 4,500 marine organisms that make Bermuda home. Being on the water is also the best way to explore the island’s sunken history. The islands are surrounded by five centuries’ worth of shipwrecks. One wreck you don’t want to miss is the HMS Vixen, which you can visit by Jet Ski. You’ll also want to explore the caves of the Admiralty House Cliffs, some of which you can only enter from the water. There are also more than 150 inland caves, such as the subterranean limestone wonderland of the Grotto Bay Beach Resort.

The islands of Bermuda are linked with bridges and causeways, making it seem like one big island. But beyond the beaten path, there are pristine spots like Nonsuch Island, a wildlife sanctuary, accessible only by boat – and you need permission to dock here. Small groups can see and learn about seabirds and the chicks in their nests. Nonsuch’s most special inhabitant is the Cahow, a rare seabird that is the emblem of Bermuda. The bird was thought extinct by 1620, but 330 years later the Cahow was found living on Nonsuch Island. Over the last 70 years, conservationists have worked to bring the number of Cahows from 14 to well over 100.

On land, rent a scooter to see the island up-close-and-personal. Head to the Bermuda Pefumery, where owner/perfumer Isabelle Ramsay Brackstone creates one-of-a-kind scents. She uses Bermuda’s flowers and trees as inspiration. Another unique Bermuda product can be found at Chartwell Apiaries, where beekeeper Randolph Furber keeps about 100 hives. A visit here is a master class in the art of honey production.

You’re going to find a lot of fine dining in Bermuda. But you can also get out and eat like a local. For authentic Bermuda food, come to the Fish Hut in Hamilton, known for its BIG fish sandwich. The island also has a national obsession with fish chowder, which you can try at the Black Horse Tavern. Made with sherry peppers, rockfish and black rum, it’s a delicious combination.

The Royal Naval Cemetary (aka the Glade) has memorials for those who died while serving the British military in Bermuda. The gravestones here go into detail about the person’s life and death – a great look at Bermuda’s history. For even more history, go to church – Bermuda has more churches per capita than any other nation in the world and each one has its own special story. In Warwick Parish, pay a visit to Cobbs Hill Methodist Church, built by slaves and free blacks back in the 1820s.

Watch the full video of Peter's Hidden Gems: Bermuda, as he uncovers places and experiences that even the locals don't know about. From spicy Bermudian cuisine to off-the-beaten path islands with rare inhabitants, this is a Bermuda you haven't see before.

11 Places More Mysterious Than Bermuda Triangle

It’s one of the most terrifyingly fascinating places on our planet. Ships and planes simply vanish, radios and compasses just stop working, and some even say they’ve spotted UFOs there. And it's not the one and only Bermuda Triangle. There are at least 11 other mysterious places. So what are they, and how do they form?

Ivan T. Sanderson, a writer, a biologist, and a huge fan of the paranormal and inexplicable, traveled a lot and recorded his experiences. What caught his attention the most was where the strangest unexplained things kept happening. That is, disappearing ships and whatnot. He was able to map 12 of these places scattered all over the world. But the weird thing is, 6 of them lie almost perfectly in line above the Equator, and the same goes for the 6 below it...

The Bermuda Triangle 1:11
The Algerian Megaliths 2:14
Mohenjo-Daro 3:02
The Dragon’s Triangle 3:44
The Hamakulia Volcano 4:30
Easter Island 4:59
The South Atlantic Anomaly 5:44
Great Zimbabwe 6:20
The Wharton Basin 6:53
The Loyalty Islands 7:27
The North and South Poles 8:06

Theories about these Vile Vortices:
- Ley lines 8:52
- Giant puzzle 9:32
- A lot of geologic activity 10:04

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- Besides the paranormal theories of wormholes to another dimension and gates to the underworld, the Bermuda Triangle is really foggy due to methane gas that sometimes makes it impossible for travelers to see, thus making navigation a little tricky too.
- The Algerian Megaliths are an architectural anomaly, showing just how advanced these people were for a time when we didn’t have the technology to help us build stable constructions.
- Mohenjo-Daro in Pakistan goes way back to the Indus Valley Civilization in 2500 BCE. Like in Algeria, this society was, for some reason, surprisingly advanced when it came to building and urban planning.
- Heading further east along the same northern line, we arrive in Japan, where the Dragon’s Triangle, also called the Devil’s Sea, is located. The most astonishing thing about this Vile Vortex is that there’s an underwater city dubbed Japan’s Atlantis.
- Located in the Ring of Fire, the next Vile Vortex is the Hamakulia Volcano in Hawaii. Locals treat it with utmost respect as the volcano is believed to have a mysterious power.
- Now let’s head south of the Equator to one of the most isolated places on this planet: Easter Island in Polynesia. This is where you can find nearly 900 Moai statues created by the Rapa Nui people.
- The South Atlantic Anomaly is a part of Earth where natural radiation flows out of control.
- Another impressive megalith, this time in Zimbabwe. It was once home to around 20,000 people… but it’s now a ghost town.
- Poor Australia has Vile Vortices on both sides. Heading over to the east, there’s the Loyalty Islands. A lot of strange whirlpools were found on this patch of the South Pacific as well as plenty of geologic activity.
- The North and South Poles are on opposite ends of the planet, but they’ve got two things in common: ice and odd disappearances.

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TOP 5 hotels with 5* in Bermuda:

1. Hamilton Princess & Beach Club A Fairmont Managed Hotel
76 Pitts Bay Road, Hamilton City, HM08 Hamilton, Bermuda

2. The Loren at Pink Beach
116 South Road Smith, HS 01 Tuckerʼs Town, Bermuda

3. Pompano Beach Club
36 Pompano Beach RD, Southampton, SB03 Southampton, Bermuda

4. The Reefs Resort and Club
56 South Shore Rd, Southampton Parish, SN 02 Southampton, Bermuda

5. Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa
27 Harbour Road, Paget Parish, PG 02 Mount Pleasant, Bermuda

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10 Things Not to Do in Bermuda

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Bermuda is an archipelago of 138 islands that are covered in pink, sandy beaches; specialty shopping; world-class cuisine; and beautiful golf courses. You might be eager to visit it, but take into account these 10 things NOT to do in Bermuda.

1. Don’t Try to Rent a Car
If you’re hoping you’ll be able to rent a car to zip around one of the islands, you’ll be out of luck. Bermudan law makes it illegal to operate a car without a Bermudan driver’s license.

2. Don’t Rent a Motorbike
If it’s your first time on one of these scooters, you might want to think it twice. Many local bus and taxi operators tend to exceed the speed limits on the roads, and they often switch lanes without any warning.

3. Don’t Forget to Try a Swizzle

This tasty concoction is made with Gosling’s Black Seal rum, Gosling’s Gold rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, grenadine, and Angostura bitters. A swizzle is then spun rapidly between your hands and inside the cocktail to give it a thick layer of frost.

4. Don’t Visit the Pink Sand Beaches

One of the most talked about attractions in Bermuda is its pink sand beaches. If you want to enjoy some peace and quiet on a less-hectic coastline, check out the quiet beach on Warwick Long Bay located on Bermuda’s South Shore instead.

5. Don’t Visit on a Tight Budget
You really shouldn’t expect to receive a discount on anything in Bermuda. Since everything has to be imported in, it’s all marked up to insanely high prices.

6. Don’t Touch the Portuguese Man of War
It’s known to float above the surface of the water. Below their purple bladders, they have polyps which contain long tentacles ranging from 30-150 feet long. They can inject venom, and in some cases, it can be fatal.

7. Don’t Stop by Royal Navy Dockyard
Adjacent to the cruise port, this area is full of expensive restaurants and pricey shops. However, if you travel just a few miles more, you’ll find more shops and restaurants that have decent prices.

8. Don’t Book a Budget Hotel
Many people advise visitors to stay at a bed and breakfast instead. The accommodations will be much cheaper, and if you’re traveling with a large group, a B&B will be less expensive per person.

9. Don’t Stay Off the Beaten Path
The islands are so spread out that it’s difficult to make your way from one end to the other. Far from the central locations, many buses stop infrequently, and a lot of the routes end around 7 PM every night. After that, there would only be expensive taxis.

10. Don’t Be Afraid of Sharks
There’s really no need to fear them. The two most common, Galapagos and Dusky sharks, don’t come very close to the shore. And, they’re relatively harmless. Bermuda is known for having a low amount of shark attacks.

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10 Best Family Resorts in Bermuda

Bermuda is known for its pink-sand beaches and rocky coves. For fun and relaxation, this place must be part of your family vacation bucket list.

Whether you want to explore an oceanside trail or visit amazing art museums or go on history tours, you will never run out of enjoyment in this destination.

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The beauty of having friends around the world is that they become your private tour guides. ;) I had the pleasure to visit these two beauties last October 2017 in the hopes to beat my best friend Samantha and her husband at our Halloween Costume Competition. I think we dominated that night because everyone wanted to take a picture with Yoda.

Now here are 8 places you should visit in Bermuda:
1) Admiralty House Park
2) Fort Hamilton
3) Southlands Beach
4) Southlands Estate
5) Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
6) St. Georges (unfinished church)
7) Grape Bay
8) Dockyard

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BERMUDA BEACHES: MUST VISIT | Where to go in Bermuda

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We spent 48 hours in Bermuda and made the best out of our short stay there.

We were in Bermuda in the middle of February (winter!!) and these are the beaches that we were able to visit in our short time there! In my opinion they are world class and you must make time to see these best beaches in Bermuda. I’m sure there are more i could add to the list but unfortunately we did not have enough. I hope this video helps if you are looking for ideas on where to go or what beaches to explore while in Bermuda.

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Best Time to Visit Bermuda for Vacation

The best time to travel to Bermuda depends on avoiding the cooler winter months and rain in late summer and most of the fall.

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Bermuda weather is often attractive on this island paradise -- not too hot, not too cold. Located just 650 miles east of North Carolina, Bermuda shares the same seasons as the United States but with much milder seasonal changes.

Just as the winter months are the coldest in the U.S., they are also coldest in Bermuda. But Bermuda's average winter low is only in the low 60s Fahrenheit.

Winter sea temperatures in the mid-60s are too cold for swimming. But the weather is still mild enough for the many tourist attractions on land that Bermuda has to offer.

There's nothing like a mild winter day to enjoy strolling the cobbled streets of historic St. George, visiting centuries-old churches or touring the working lighthouses.

The average daily high temperature is in the upper 60s Fahrenheit from January through March and in the 70s in April and May.

While August is the warmest month and a favorite time for tourists to enjoy the pristine beaches, it is still a pleasant 86 degrees. Warm enough to bask in the sun, yet not too hot to enjoy being outside.

June, July, and August are the most popular months for tourists to hit the beaches of Bermuda and enjoy snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, or simply savoring the sun.

Average high temperatures stay in the mid-80s during September, then drop into the 70s from October through December.

Sea temperatures reach the low 80s in July through September, making those months ideal for swimming and lying on the beach.

Summer is the most popular time to visit Bermuda, but it also is a time for more rainfall.

The island has rain about 15 days each month give or take a few. The low point for total rain is May, which makes it the ideal month for Bermuda's famous beaches and golf courses.

The amount of rain averages less than five inches a month throughout the year. It starts to climb in June and hits a high of more than six inches in October during the peak of the Caribbean hurricane season. It drops back down to normal levels in November.

Bermuda's Best Beaches

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The beaches of Bermuda have many different personalities. This video showcases the many ways to enjoy the beaches of Bermuda. Veteran Bermudian cliff jumper Andrew Kirkpatrick gives us the rundown:

1) Horseshoe Bay is the premiere beach of Bermuda. Go here to see and be seen.
2) Admiralty House Park and Clarence Cove are where the locals play. Cliff jumping and picnics are all-time staples.
3) At Coopers Island you can be among nature in secluded romance and pass the time on the many walking trails.
4) Sea Glass is a telling name for this beach. Go here to see the natural glass from the salt water ocean wash up on this beautiful beach in Somerset.
5) Tobacco Bay is the ultimate party beach. It offers music, drinks and dancing around-the-clock for every type of traveler!



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