Things to do in Bermuda include wandering the capital of Hamilton and the Unesco world heritage town of St George, discovering the numerous natural attractions including the spectacular Crystal Caves, and – of course – relaxing on a famous pink sand beach.
Much of what goes on in Bermuda takes place in the capital of Hamilton, whether it’s politics, shopping or nightlife. Take a stroll down Front Street, a harbourfront road lined with pastel-coloured Victorian buildings, or take a horse-and-carriage ride along the picturesque waterfront. Then when it’s time to eat you’ll be spoilt for choice, as more than half of Bermuda’s restaurants are found in town.
In the rest of the country, you can wander quaint towns – from pastoral Somerset Village to Flatts Village with its Bermuda Railway Museum, as well as the sublime Royal Naval Dockyard which has been transformed into an attraction full of shops, restaurants and things to do.
Explore a wealth of marine attractions, from hanging stalactites in seawater filled Crystal Cove near Blue Hole Park, the Bermuda Aquarium, and snorkeling in Church Bay. Meanwhile, some of Bermuda’s finest beaches lie along the South Shore (including Warwick Long Bay) and Horseshoe Bay is where you’ll find a beautiful crescent of pink sand.
Take long walks amidst formal gardens, lawns and plant collections in the Botanical Gardens and Camden, the official residence of Bermuda’s Premier; and spot birds in the wetlands of Walsingham Nature Reserve and Spital Pond Nature Reserve.