Things to Do in Bermuda

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Things to Do in Bermuda

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  • gfuller666
    Laurel, MD50 contributions
    The gorgeous Blue Lagoon at Blue Hole Park is definitely worth a few hours out of your vacation time in Bermuda ; It's only 5 minutes away from the Grotto Bay Resort. It is a terrific spot for a leisurely swim or an opportunity to try jumping in from several ledges surrounding this delightful swimming hole. BTW, It;s Free !
    Written September 1, 2021
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  • gmckim
    Moncton, Canada11 contributions
    Beautiful beach, swimming with turtles. Highly recommend to get the best of Bermuda beach without heavy crowds!
    Written October 22, 2019
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  • NuGum
    Woodbridge, NJ6 contributions
    Local's turned us on to this wonderful little piece of heaven! You do have to walk but its worth every moment. Highly recommend going if your looking for off the beaten path. Awesome snorkeling and swimming a short walk from Clearwater Beach snorkel see turtles or you can use the facilities Coopers doesn't have any. Don't forget to grab a fish sandwich from Gombeys.
    Written March 5, 2020
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  • Bermudaman
    Waynesboro, VA480 contributions
    We always visit the aquarium when we visit Bermuda. It’s a very pleasant and educational way to spend a few hours perhaps on your way out to visit St. George’s. This time the aquarium was in excellent condition. During our last visit - Dec. 2021 - the exhibits were in poor condition probably due to Covid related budget cuts. . Since then, they have cleaned all the tanks and added inhabitants. Now they sparkle and were great fun to watch. It is well worth the trip.
    Written March 23, 2022
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  • Bermygirl
    15 contributions
    On top of the hill at JS's Bay is a place many may not know about but it has the BEST FOOD IN BERMUDA!!! You cannot buy a better casual meal than those served by the owner who consistently serves great food at reasonable prices. The servings are generous ; steak 'n cheese and grilled chicken and yes, the burgers are all outstanding! As a local I'm happy to patronize someone who actually leaves you feeling like you want to return again and again!
    Written August 23, 2021
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  • Lisa N
    Philadelphia, PA9 contributions
    We walked there from The Reefs hotel. It was a 15 minute walk. The beach was clean. There was a restroom and a casual restaurant.
    Written April 27, 2022
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  • shelleyg0924
    Milford, MI1 contribution
    Trainers were very knowledgeable, friendly and answered all our questions. Swam with a total of 5 dolphins. We learned so much and had an amazing experience! Highly recommend!
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • eawnyc
    New York368 contributions
    A well marked trail with informative markers that provide insight into the flora and fauna. The views of the south side of the island are incredible. Places to sit and observe. Some rock climbing if you'd like.
    Written March 20, 2022
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  • Mark R
    Boston, MA101 contributions
    Renting mountain bikes and rail trail is a way to get out and really see the island taking time to stop and just see the views. A cruiser or mountain bike is best for the trail. The maps we used were not up to date and had the trail poorly marked or not updated with new completed sections. The trail has signage some you can only see as you pass it. Cars we’re tolerate of us on the road even on hill climbs and construction zones.
    The trail is now complete with bridges from South Hampton parish up to Hamilton parish. We rode the other way from south Hampton out to the Dockyard. Stopped at Woody’s for lunch on Boaz. A few places were interrupted and we just rode the roadway instead . When we do it again we will stay on the south Hampton to Hamilton parish part of the trail. That section has bridges over the water and connected for longer segments.
    Written April 10, 2022
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  • Al C
    London, UK69 contributions
    Quite why tobacco bay isn’t higher rated as a place to visit I don’t know. Beautiful spot, has a great shack by the beach selling decent food and drinks, as well as hiring out beach gear. Everything you need for a good day out. One down side is it’s not the easiest to get to. A decent 15 minute walk from St George’s, or better still get a twizy or cab. Snorkelling is brilliant.

    Added bonus not far from Fort St Catherine, or better still and if you want a bit of adventure go to the abandoned Fort Albert. Ps disclaimer you cross that bridge at your own risk!
    Written October 3, 2021
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  • Martin R
    Gurnee, IL552 contributions
    The location is on the water with limited parking but lots of restaurants near by.
    Most of us really enjoyed the experience but our 5- year old grandson was frightened with the simulation of going underwater and my wife felt claustrophobic. Fortunately, there was a door to exit.
    Nevertheless, the rest of us liked the exhibit.
    Written October 24, 2021
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  • Jackthecat1
    Hamilton, NJ7 contributions
    A very nice small art gallery in the Clocktower Mall at the Royal Naval Dockyard near where the cruise ships moor. We couldn't resist buying an attractive sailboat print from Lisa-Anne. It is a very worthwhile place to stop by in Bermuda.
    Written November 7, 2021
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  • Natalie N
    3 contributions
    I booked a tour to Crystal Cave through NCL cruises. It was an awesome experience. Our tour guide was super knowledgable about the caves. We had time to take great photos and the guide answered a lot of our questions.
    Written April 18, 2022
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  • Maggi713
    Baltimore, MD11,446 contributions
    Located in the old Cooperage Building, the Bermuda Craft Market is where you will finds authentic Bermuda products. There are dozens of artists, artisans, and other vendors selling an impressive array of goods, including banana-leaf dolls, books, handmade candles, handmade soaps, ceramics, china, sea glass, toys, note cards, prints, clothing, honey, jams, jellies, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, spices, and so much more.
    Written January 29, 2020
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  • William D
    Charleston, SC51 contributions
    Much here to shop, eat, drink, and gawk over. The famed Gosling's Rum shop is located toward the west end.
    Written March 12, 2020
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