Bermuda

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Bermuda - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • Beaches

    Bermuda's south-shore beaches are more scenic than those on the north side, with fine, pinkish sand and limestone dunes topped with summer flowers...

  • Bicycling

    The best and sometimes only way to explore Bermuda's nooks and crannies—its little hidden coves and 18th-century tribe roads—is by bicycle or...

  • Bird-Watching

    Forty species of warblers have been spotted in Bermuda, especially in the casuarina trees along the south shore and West End. Other omnipresent...

  • Boating

    Bermuda is gorgeous by land, but you should take to the water to fully appreciate its beauty. You can either rent your own boat or charter one...

  • Cricket

    Cricket is one of the favorite pastimes on this sports-mad island, a fact that was seen with the national celebrations that followed Bermuda...

  • Fishing

    Bermuda's proximity to the deep ocean makes it one of the best places in the world for deep-sea fishing. Many of the International Fishing...

  • Golf

    Golf is an important facet of sporting life in Bermuda, where golf courses make up nearly 17% of the island's 21.6 square miles. The scenery...

  • Helmet Diving

    A different, less technical type of diving popular in Bermuda is helmet diving, offered between April and mid-November. Although helmet-diving...

  • Horseback Riding

    Because most of the land on Bermuda is residential, opportunities for riding through the countryside are few. The chief exception is South Shore...

  • Rugby

    Bermuda's rugby season runs from September to April. World Rugby Classic. The World Rugby Classic, in early to mid-November, brings erstwhile...

  • Running and Walking

    Top runners flock to the island in January for the Bermuda International Race Weekend, which includes a marathon and 10-km races. Many of the...

  • Sailing and Yachting

    Bermuda has a worldwide reputation as a yacht-racing center. The sight of the racing fleet, with brightly colored spinnakers flying, is striking...

  • Scuba Diving

    Bermuda has all the ingredients for classic scuba diving—reefs, wrecks, underwater caves, a variety of coral and marine life, and clear, warm...

  • Snorkeling

    The clarity of the water, the stunning array of coral reefs, and the shallow resting places of several wrecks make snorkeling in the waters...

  • Soccer

    Football (soccer) season runs from September through April in Bermuda. One of Bermuda's two national sports, football is massively popular among...

  • Squash

    Bermuda Squash & Racquets Association. The club makes its four courts available to nonmembers between 10 am and 10 pm by reservation,...

  • Tennis

    Bermuda has one tennis court for every 600 residents, a ratio that even the most tennis-crazed countries would find difficult to match. Many...

  • Whale-Watching

    During March and April the majestic humpback whales pass Bermuda as they migrate north to summer feeding grounds. Watching these giant animals...

  • Yoga

    Bermuda caught the yoga bug from its North American neighbors in the late '90s, and has since embraced the fad, especially within the local...