There is a common misconception about Bermuda that many believe. You may think the tiny territory of Bermuda is a jewel in the Caribbean, but the group of islands are actually located east of North America's North Carolina. This location makes Bermuda an easy trip from the South and the Northeast. If this came as a surprise, wait until you hear about all the things to see and do within the boundaries of this small British holding.
Covering just under 21 square mil ...
Covering just under 21 square miles, the islands of Bermuda are home to some 75 miles of coastline. From dramatic rocky outcroppings to world-famous pink sand beaches, the territory is considered a wonder to behold. Although people think of Bermuda as a single island, it's actually a collection of almost 180 separate islands connected by bridges. There are so many draws for this island paradise, not to mention the picturesque landscapes.
Planning your next vacation to Bermuda? You'll find that by the time you're done reading, your trip agenda will be full of much more than just beaches. Wildlife, culture and history are a plenty here, and you won't want to miss out on some of these excursions.
Most beaches are open to the public, but there are a few private beaches around Bermuda that quieter families or couples will ...
Most beaches are open to the public, but there are a few private beaches around Bermuda that quieter families or couples will enjoy. Most resorts offer guests their own private stretches of beach for a more relaxing experience.
Some of the most unusual wildlife is also found in Bermuda. Over 350 different bird species, 650 species of fish and other unique animals can be found on the islands. Dolphins, tree frogs and sea turtles are an exciting find for kids, as well as wildlife enthusiasts.
For the history buffs in your travel party, Bermuda is Great Britain's oldest colony. There are shipwrecks, colonial sites and plenty of historic activities to experience. The town of St. George is known for its old homes and churches. Hamilton was also incorporated in 1793 and has a bounty of antiquity for visitors to explore.
And of course, the water sports in Bermuda are supreme. Go boating in the Atlantic Ocean and catch some fish or watch for dolphins. Surfing is also wildly popular here, specifically around Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bouncer Beach or Tucker's Town and Castle Island. Landlubbers or green thumbs will enjoy Somers Garden, or the world-renown golf courses of Bermuda.
Fun fact! There is no sales tax in Bermuda, so shop away! With competitive pricing and amazing designers, there are several shopping locations across Bermuda. Check out Brown and Co Bermuda for jewelry heaven in Hamilton. Somer's Wharf is also known for being a picturesque waterfront shopping and dining area. Find stylish apparel, fab fashion, Bermuda made sea glass jewelry and souvenirs. When ...
Fun fact! There is no sales tax in Bermuda, so shop away! With competitive pricing and amazing designers, there are several shopping locations across Bermuda. Check out Brown and Co Bermuda for jewelry heaven in Hamilton. Somer's Wharf is also known for being a picturesque waterfront shopping and dining area. Find stylish apparel, fab fashion, Bermuda made sea glass jewelry and souvenirs. When your shopping bags are full and stomachs are empty, head to the Wharf Restaurant and Bar, which serves Bermuda specialty cuisines.
If you were planning on visiting Bermuda and thought you were heading south of Florida, check your map again! Bermuda is actually located East of the Carolinas, making most vacationers question their geography education.
There is so much history in Bermuda, you'll have to skip one day at the beach to get a glimpse of it. If you're a diver, see some of the 300 shipwrecks that have been ...
There is so much history in Bermuda, you'll have to skip one day at the beach to get a glimpse of it. If you're a diver, see some of the 300 shipwrecks that have been found in Bermuda's surrounding oceans. Dive the Mary Celeste, a Civil War-era steamer that sank in 1864.
Families will love the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo, recently renovated for an even more awesome experience. Walk through the zoo exhibits to see small birds and reptiles, as well as lemurs from Madagascar. Little ones can even enjoy the playground, which has a fun pirate ship, slides and sandbox.
Bermuda restaurants are never short on luxury, with incredible cuisines to satisfy everyone's taste buds. Kid-friendly options are also present, and they'll especially love Bailey's Ice Cream Parlour.
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