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Bermuda Travel Guide

Bermuda Top Experiences

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Blushing Beaches

In only a few regions where tropical coral reefs flourish offshore do pink-sand beaches form. What makes Bermuda's sand pink is an amalgam of...

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Customs of the Country

Bermudians tend to be quite formal in attire as well as in personal interactions. Casual dress, including bathing suits, is acceptable at hotels...

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A Look Ahead at Bermuda Lodgings

Traveling to Bermuda in the near future? Be sure to keep an eye on a few of the highly anticipated headlines within the island’s local resort...

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Bermudian Architecture

The typical Bermudian building is built of limestone block, usually painted white or a pastel shade, with a prominent chimney and a tiered,...

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Bermuda Today

is tiny. Bermuda in all its glory is indeed little more than an easy-to-miss small dot on most world maps. Off the east coast of North Carolina...

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Top Reasons to Go to Bermuda

Beaches: Sand and Sea come together in beautiful pink and blue crescents. Island Culture: A rich heritage of British traditions with a calypso...

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What to See and Do

Bermuda is generally seen as a destination for honeymooners and baby boomers, but it's also a great place for families, with plenty of kid-friendly...

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Enjoy Salt Cod Fish and Potatoes

Bermudians love to eat, and on Sundays they never miss this traditional brunch dish. The custom dates back to the 18th century, when Bermuda...

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Quintessential Bermuda

Although it's only 650 miles east of the United States, Bermuda seems like a world apart. Feeling at home on this oh-so-friendly archipelago...

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Life in the Past Lane

You don't have to be here long to realize there's much more to Bermuda than sea, sand, and Rum Swizzles. As one of Britain's oldest colonies...

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Weddings and Honeymoons

Bermuda is a popular wedding destination because of its secluded pink beaches, easy access from the United States, well-established infrastructure...

Restaurants

The Dish on Local Dishes

Shark hash made of minced shark meat sautéed with spices may not sound too appetizing, but it's a popular Bermudian appetizer, usually served...

Restaurants

Where to Take Tea

When afternoon arrives, Bermuda, like Britain, pauses for tea. Usually, tea is served between 3 and 5, but teatime can mean anything from an...

Restaurants

Picnic Perfect

Ditch your proper place settings for a little sea breeze with that sandwich. With verdant open spaces sprinkled with shady poinciana trees...

Hotels

Bermuda's Cottage Colonies

Long before Bermuda's tourism heyday, when only British aristocrats, Hollywood stars, and blue bloods from America's East Coast could afford...

Nightlife

Gombey Dancers

The Gombey dancer is one of the island's most enduring and uniquely Bermudian cultural icons. The Gombey (pronounced gum -bay) tradition here...

Shopping

Bermuda Shorts in the Office

You may have heard of Bermuda's peculiar business fashion, and you may even have seen pictures of businessmen in shorts and long socks, but...

Shopping

Yo, Ho, Ho and a Bottle of Rum

One of the distinct pleasures of a visit to Bermuda is getting to sample a bit of island rum and rum-based products. Gosling's Black Seal Rum...

Sights

Slavery in Bermuda

Within a few years of the colony's founding, slavery had become a fact of life in Bermuda. As early as 1616, slaves—most of whom were "imported...

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Law and Order: Colonial Style

Back in Bermuda's early days, colonists convicted of offenses such as drunkenness, blasphemy, and slander would be locked in the stocks or forced...

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The Bermuda Triangle Demystified

Long before the myth of the Bermuda Triangle became legend, Bermuda had already earned a reputation as an enchanted island. It was nicknamed...

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The Bermuda Railway

The history of the Bermuda Railway—which operated on the island from 1931 to 1948—is as brief as the track is short. Bermuda's Public Works...

Sports & Activities

Wreck Diving

If you've heard the stories of the Bermuda Triangle, then you won't be surprised to hear that there are more than 20 ships wrecked off the island...

Sports & Activities

Good, Cheap Fun!

Bermuda is notoriously expensive, but if you've blown most of your inheritance getting here you needn't splash the rest of it on having a good...

Sports & Activities

Secrets from a Golf Pro

Golf courses elsewhere are often designed with the wind in mind—long downwind holes and short upwind holes. Not so in Bermuda, where the wind...

Sports & Activities

From Tee Time to Bed Time

If you stay in a hotel with its own golf course or one that has agreements with some of the golf clubs, it cuts out much of the planning you...

Sports & Activities

For Love of Cricket

The Oval and Lords are names of English cricket grounds that evoke memories of Britain long ago, a time of cucumber sandwiches and tea poured...

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World Cup

Bermuda's angling competitions attract top fishermen from all over the world. The Bermuda Blast tournament over the July 4 weekend coincides...

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