Things To do in Bermuda
Quintessentially English, with a Bermudian twist. Many love the quiet, calm sophistication of Bermuda, which provides an enchanting contrast to the exuberant nature of the colourful Caribbean.
Bermuda is a 21-mile string of 138 coral islands, less than two miles wide. This collection of tiny, picturesque islands is compact and easy to get around - even by bicycle. At first glance, you’ll notice that Britain’s oldest colony has a distinctly English feel with traditional bobbies, sophisticated afternoon tea, iconic red telephone boxes and even areas named after Devonshire, Warwick and Southampton. But this captivating destination definitely has its own personality, with lots of wonderful things to offer. From the hidden treasures of St George, with its meandering lanes and pretty pastel houses to the vibrancy of Hamilton, the capital and thriving business epicentre. Absorb the natural beauty of Bermuda – lounge on the beautiful beaches, visit picturesque Spittal Pond Nature Reserve or embark on adventurous outdoor pursuits like kayaking and helmet diving.