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An Insider’s Tour of Bermuda
Judy Perl, of Judy Perl Worldwide, has designed an itinerary that is packed with local favorites so you can go behind the scenes in Bermuda, and experience this unique island from an insider's perspective. You'll experience the enthralling mix of old and new, from quaint, 400-year-old colonial-era towns to chic, modern dining from one of the world's most lauded international chefs. Discover the deep roots of traditional island culture as you delve into vibrant art museums, and take an eye-opening guided adventure through underground lakes, stately forts, and lush plantation gardens. Read on for the complete itinerary, and don't forget to check our guide for in-depth details about the trip's top attractions.
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    Day 1
    Explore Hamilton and Nearby Parishes
    After arriving, settle into your hotel before exploring in and around Hamilton, Bermuda's capital. Take a taxi to the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art—nestled among botanical gardens. Museum founder Tom Butterfield will give you a behind-the-scenes tour that includes works by the likes of O'Keeffe and Wyeth. Afterwards, head to Art Mel's Spicy Dicy, a walk-up counter renowned for its fish sandwiches. From there, get dropped off at Front Street and stroll along the harbor before hopping a ferry to the Royal Naval Dockyard, taking in the stunning views on your way. End with dinner at Marcus', the signature restaurant from celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson at the Hamilton Princess Resort & Beach Club.
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    Day 2
    Discover Bermuda’s Hidden Gems
    When you embark on a Hidden Gems Tour with Ashley Harris, you join a behind-the-scenes adventure through Bermuda’s most scenic and historic sites, starting with the island’s only jungle, where you descend underground to explore a network of caves. Then a stop at Fort Hamilton gives you the opportunity to walk through the historic British garrison before continuing to the Southlands, a sprawling estate turned park where you can relax along garden pools and see the island's largest banyan grove. After the tour, a stop at The Swizzle in Warwick (there’s also a Swizzle Inn in Bailey’s Bay) lets you unwind with a Rum Swizzle—the sweet, fruity, and potent cocktail is Bermuda's national drink.
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    Day 3
    Step Into History
    Start the day with a tour of St. George's. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, settled in 1612, where you can visit Fort St. Catherine and St. Peter's Church, Their Majesties Chappell, the oldest Anglican church in the Western hemisphere. A stop at the Bermuda Perfumery lets you create a custom fragrance under the guidance of Master Perfumer Isabelle Ramsay-Brackstone. For lunch, Wahoo's serves famous locally caught fish items such as Wahoo nuggets and rockfish Picasso in the heart of town, along with panoramic views of the harbor. Then it's off to St. David's Island to see the iconic St. David's Lighthouse, which has helped guide ships along Bermuda's treacherous reefs since 1879.