Collected by Stephanie Dosch
Maritime Ln, Sandys MA01, Bermuda
Sea cucumbers, anemones, and colorful tropical fish, along with sunken cannons and antique anchors, make Snorkel Park Beach a popular site for snorkelers and families with kids. You could spend the entire day floating among parrot fish, angel...
Horseshoe Bay Cove, Bermuda
When you see a photo of a Bermuda beach, it is probably Horseshoe Bay. Loved by snorkelers, swimmers, and shutterbugs, Horseshoe Bay is backed by limestone cliffs and fronted by coral reefs and crystal clear water rushing up to meet a...
Church Bay, Bermuda
Nearby reefs and big boulders keep Bermuda’s beaches calm and colorful for snorkelers and swimmers. Both Tobacco Bay and Church Bay offer great snorkeling conditions along beautiful shorelines. With one in the east and the other in the west, you...
Jobson's Bay, Bermuda
Tufts of green shrubbery atop jagged boulders surround the crystal clear water at Jobson’s Cove on Bermuda’s South Shore. These limestone and lava boulders have created a shallow pool that is quite calm and excellent for snorkelers and families...
1 Maritime Ln, Bermuda
Complete your souvenir shopping and bring a taste of the islands home with you. Located at the Royal Naval Dockyard, the Bermuda Rom Cake Company resembles a charming Bermuda-style cottage. This machine shop turned micro-bakery shares space with...
Railway Trail, Southampton SN03, Bermuda
Grab the kids and take off on a walking or bicycling tour of Bermuda. A former NASA space shuttle tracking facility, Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve is now part of the Bermuda National Parks system. Its salt marsh habitat is home to birds and...
St George's, Bermuda
The first fortification to occupy this spot on the northern tip of Bermuda was built from wood in 1612; it was replaced just two years later by a stone structure. A UNESCO World Heritage site, this fort was rebuilt and expanded several more times...
5 Water Street, St.George, s, 5 Water St, Town of St. George, Bermuda
Owned by the Bermuda National Trust, the Tucker House museum in St. George is a tribute to the prominent family that lived there during the 1700s. Henry Tucker was president of the Governor’s Council and had connections to Colonial Williamsburg in...
8 Crystal Caves Road, Hamilton Parish CR 04, Bermuda
As stalactites drip from above and stalagmites rise from the floor, the caves found below the surface of Bermuda create an otherworldly wonder for kids. Discovered by two young boys in 1907, Crystal Cave has a 50-foot-deep subterranean lake full...
Front St, Bermuda
Hamilton is the center of the island. The biggest town, this is where locals come to eat, drink and shop. In a tax free haven, pick up some souvenirs! Dine at local restaurants like Port-o-Call, Pearl and Mad Hatters. And FYI, Bermudians love...
29 Church St, Hamilton, Bermuda
Constructed of Bermuda limestone, Scottish granite, and French stones, the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is a shining example of the melting pot that is Bermuda. This Anglican cathedral was designed in the tradition of grand European...
Queen St, St George's, Bermuda
If there’s one thing in Bermuda that’s worthy of a “must-see” status, it’s St. Peter’s. Intricate woodwork, exposed cedar beams, and a hand-carved altar – circa 1615 – are preserved inside the limestone walls and stately front doors of this...
56 Wellington Slip Rd St Georges GE 02, Bermuda
Standing strong and serene upon a carpet of soft green grass, the weathered surface of the Unfinished Church has withstood both Mother Nature and Father Time. The Gothic Revival structure is located at the eastern end of Bermuda in St. George,...
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