Guide to Bermuda

Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory, and is one of the more formal  and sophisticated islands. It is located 1,000 miles north of the Caribbean and 700 miles off of the coast of the Carolinas. At just 21 square miles long, it has more churches and golf course per square mile than anywhere else in the world.

EAT

Try a “Dark & Stormy” and a “Rum Sizzle”.

Cafe Cairo for middle eastern fair and nightlife.

Try the Frog & Onion Pub in the Royal Naval Dockyard for English fare and native Mussel Pie.

Try specialty island foods: mussel pie, casava pie, codfish, conch, fish chowder and bean soup.

PLAY

Check out the Botanical Gardens.

See pink sand beaches in Horseshoe Bay.

Check out the view of Bermuda from the top of  Gibb’s Lighthouse, the oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world.

Happy hour at The Hamilton Fairmont Princess.

Take a day trip to the historic town of St. George. It is a World Heritage Site and is Bermuda’s first capital and town.

See Crystal and Fantasy Caves.

Check out the Royal Naval Dockyard. Home to shopping, restaurant, The Bermuda Rum Cake Factory, Arts & Crafts and naval museum.

Golf. Bermuda has more golf course per square mile than anywhere else in the world.

Visit Devil’s Hole, the very first attraction in Bermuda.

The Cellar is one of the most popular clubs on the island and is located in the wine cellar of the Fairmont.

Have a beach day: sun bathe, snorkel, swim, fish, boat, dive, jet ski, helmet dive or para sail.

Visit the Aquarium and zoo in Flatt’s Village.

Visit the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute.

Check out the architecture of the old churches and buildings. Some go back to the 1600′s.

Go shopping on Front Street.

Relax at the Three Graces Day Spa.

SLEEP

Fairmont Hamilton Princess

Fairmont Southampton

 

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