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7 Days in Bermuda with Air Canada Vacations
Bermuda is a beautiful, enchanting archipelago of over 181 tightly knit islands and islets, boasting welcoming pink-sand beaches, a charming local culture, and fascinating history. Air Canada Vacations has a complete selection of flights, resorts and activities so you can customize the perfect vacation. Here are our suggestions on how to enjoy seven days on this island paradise.
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    Day 1
    Hit the Beach and Have Some Fun
    For your first day on island, shake off the routine and do something really different—something you can only do on vacation. Go sailing or take a glass-bottom boat to a local reef. The calm, crystal-clear waters of Southampton Parish are perfect for kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. Or, if you know how to scuba dive, join a dive trip to one of the many shipwrecks that ring these islands.
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    Day 2
    Rest at Your Resort
    Now that you’ve settled into your vacation, treat yourself to a day of doing nothing at all. Sleep late, make an appointment at the spa and relax by the pool. If you really must go somewhere, try one of Bermuda’s gorgeous pink-sand beaches like Elbow Beach in Paget Parish or St. Catherine’s Bay in St. George Parish. They’re both beautiful and perfect for a lazy afternoon.
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    Day 3
    Explore Bermuda’s History
    Located just off the east coast of the United States, Bermuda played a key role in British/American relations throughout much of the 18th and 19th centuries. Start your day at St. George’s, on the eastern tip of the island. It is the oldest surviving town founded by the British in the New World, and today it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you can take a fascinating trip through time. In the afternoon, visit the Royal Naval Dockyard and the Bermuda Maritime Museum. On your way, stop at Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse, one of the oldest cast-iron lighthouses in the world, offering great views of the whole island.
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    Day 4
    Spend a Day in Town
    Front Street, which runs along the waterfront in Hamilton, Bermuda’s capital, has a charming selection of stores and makes the perfect place to shop for gifts or relax in a café watching the people on the street and the boats in the harbor. For lunch, find a local restaurant serving island classics like fish chowder and sweet potato pudding. Treat yourself to a traditional rum swizzle (rum and citrus juices), or a famous Dark n’ Stormy, made with local ginger beer and rum.
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    Day 5
    Take a Break in Nature
    Bermuda has many beautiful natural attractions, including a number of caves that pockmark the island. Some of the best are the Crystal and Fantasy Caves in Bailey Bay, where an experienced guide can take you on a walking tour to shimmering underground pools. Above ground, the Bermuda Railway Trail is a popular spot for hiking and biking. The historic, scenic path offers great scenery and the chance to spot local birds and other wildlife. For even more animals, head to the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo which houses more than 300 birds, reptiles and mammals, along with 200 species of fish. And families should try the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, which has great hands-on learning activities for kids.
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    Day 6
    Tee Time
    Whether you’re a novice or a pro, Bermuda has a golf course for you. The island has more courses per person than anywhere in the world. At the Bermuda Golf Academy & Driving Range, you can practice your swing on the 300-yard driving range, or putt on the 8-hole practice green. True to its name, the Ocean View Golf Course has the best sea views on the island, and it’s a 9-hole public course with a driving range, so it’s perfect for a quick game.
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    Day 7
    One Last Chance
    For your last day on the island, do something you love that will leave a lasting memory once you’ve arrived back home. Wake up early to watch the sunrise, take a windsurfing lesson, or kick back with a cocktail. There’s always one last thing you want to do. So do it, and end your vacation with something special and wonderful.