Your Bermuda vacation
Bermuda offers a colorful getaway: pink sand beaches, brilliant blue waters and long green fairways. While it's only about 650 miles off North Carolina, Bermuda still retains many British traditions, like afternoon tea, which add a sophisticated vibe to island life. Here are some vacation tips to help you enjoy your Bermuda vacation.
Bermuda Vacation Packages
Bermuda’s access to ParadiseThe exquisite Pink Beach club, voted as one of the Top Ten Caribbean region resorts in the 2001 and 2005 Conde Nast Readers' awards, is an excellent place to sample some of Bermuda's most beautiful beaches and natural splendor. The Pink... More
Cliffside resort in an unparalleled Bermuda setting The Reefs, welcoming guests since 1947, offers the best of Bermudian hospitality in a setting of unparalleled beauty. The pink-and-white buildings of the cliffside resort, set amid a palm tree-dotted slope brightened by... More
Calm, tropical relaxation in Bermuda above a pink-sand beachA relaxing getaway doesn't get much more idyllic than the Grotto Bay Beach Resort, overlooking the blue Atlantic waters and a pink-sand beach. The resort, comprised of 11 "cottages," features extensive landscaped... More
Quiet but elegant Bermuda beach resort Coco Reef Bermuda, less than 15 minutes from downtown Hamilton, offers all the appeal of famous Elbow Beach nearby but in a more private setting. A gorgeous new atrium lobby is the centerpiece of this hotel, which offers rooms... More
Lap of luxury in a beautiful beachside Bermuda resort Fairmont Southampton, spread across a 100-acre estate overlooking Ocean Bay, delivers timeless luxury, gorgeous views, and countless recreational activities. Some $60 million in renovations refreshed the high-level... More
“Pink Palace” on the edge of Hamilton harbor Old-world style permeates this hotel, set among palm trees and tropical gardens on the edge of Hamilton harbor. The hotel, known to locals as "The Pink Palace," opened its doors on Jan. 1, 1885. Rooms in the original... More
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Best of the new at luxury resort on Hamilton Harbor The ultra-modern, glassed-in lobby with a view of Hamilton Harbor provides the first sign of the luxury and class that await guests at this full-service resort. The spa resort, right on the harbor, combines traditional... More
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Classic elegance in a new package at Tucker’s Point Gorgeous new Tucker's Point Hotel and Spa, opened in 2009, caters to the sophisticated traveler. Elegant fabrics and décor hark back to an earlier era, but guests also enjoy all of today's modern conveniences.... More
Intimate luxury hotel on Elbow Beach with pool and spaThis idyllic, intimate luxury resort, just seven minutes from Hamilton, features 98 guest rooms and suites amid 50 acres of landscaped gardens. All rooms offer either garden or ocean views. Guests relax on a private... More
Small, friendly lodging near Hamilton and St. George Guests enjoy beautiful Atlantic Ocean views from their room or the pool deck at this intimate cliff-side resort near Hamilton and St. George. The friendly, family-run venue, just minutes from the nearest beach, offers... More
Best time to take a vacation to Bermuda
Best Time to Go
Bermuda is blessed with a mild climate through the year, so a trip to Bermuda can be made anytime. The summer season lasts from April to October—the perfect time for swimming, diving, and snorkeling because the water and air temperatures are just right for these activities. This time of the year also witnesses more variety in entertainment and a livelier atmosphere, when the cruise ships come in bringing along huge crowds of travelers. At the same time, it must be noted that midsummer is hot and humid and the possibility of a hurricane cannot be completely ruled out. The winter season lasts from November to March when it is cold and chilly and most suitable for other activities like hiking, sightseeing, or playing tennis and golf. Bermuda travel costs are definitely lower at this time, and you’ll find the island less inhabited as well.
Insider tips for Bermuda travel
Sample the popular Bermudian holiday specialty like the cassava pie at local bakeries.
Elbow Beach Hotel
Lido at the Elbow Beach Hotel offers splendid food right on the shoreline.
The Southampton Fairmont’s Waterlot Inn has had a reputation for excellent steak for more than 300 years.
Henry VIII's Restaurant and Bar
Try the Seafood Crepes at Henry VIII’s Restaurant & Bar.
Flannagan’s is the one and only Irish pub on Bermuda, combining classic Irish sensibilities to local seafood.
The beautiful sun-kissed beaches of Bermuda are an irresistible attraction for tourists who findrelaxation the most popular “activity”. Despite its small size, there are a number of amazing things and places to see.With so much to explore and discover in Bermuda, you might find yourself chartering a small boat to an uninhabited island and pretending you’re the king or queen of the land off the coast of St. George’s. Or, if you’re interested in a much more active Bermuda vacation, scuba dive or snorkel in and around the beautiful North Rock Coral Reef and spy a mysterious sunken ship.
St. George’s is the oldest settlement inhabited by the British, and it still exudes an extraordinary old world charm.
The Bermuda Aquarium has a colorful and exotic coral reef which is home to hundreds of reptiles, birds, mammals, and fish, making it a major attraction.
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
The Gibbs Hill Lighthouse offers breathtaking views of Bermuda and the ocean all around, there are up to 180 steps leading to the observation deck—it is the oldest cast-iron structure of its kind.
Over 90 forts left from the British colonization still stand for guided tours including Fort St. Catherine, Alexandra Battery, Gates Fort, and Fort Hamilton.
Horseshoe Bay Beach
Horseshoe Bay Beach is arguably the most beautiful beach on the island, offering warm waters, snorkeling, and thrilling watersports.
Shelly Bay is a huge hit with families because of the shallow waters, making one big natural playground for kids.
Tobacco Bay is another warm water beach in the vicinity of Fort St. Catherine, where beachgoers can rent sporting equipment and hangout at the snack bar.
Cristobal Colon Diving
The Cristobal Colon diving site is where amateur and expert divers can discover the Spanish ship lying underwater.
The Royal Naval Dockyard or King’s Wharf is a place where travelers to Bermuda can check out the ships, dive at Snorkel Beach, or watch a beautiful sunset.
St. George Golf Course
The golf courses on Bermuda offer serene links for golfers of all ages at St. George Golf Course and Tucker’s Point Club.
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