The pink sands and turquoise waters lure travelers to Bermuda, where balmy days and Gulf Stream breezes provide a comfortable environment to do all the things we love. Paradise is calling. Come see for yourself.
Charter a boat, drop anchor and snorkel. Or kayak along the coastline, for views of pastel cottages and dramatic cliffs. And in the evening there is nothing as romantic as slowly cruising under starry skies.
If it's a scenic stroll you are looking for, the Bermuda Railway Trail National Park spans the island end-to-end, winding from striking rocky coastlines to breathtaking backcountry greenery, tucked away right in the heart of Bermuda.
For the adventurous, Crystal Caves is one of the largest and famous caves in the island. With its dramatic formations of stalactites and stalagmites, the view of the sight is just awesome.
Golf is always on the agenda, too. Bermuda, with its seven championship courses, is simply one of our favorite places to play and stay.
Arrive in Bermuda Leisurely afternoon to enjoy the island on your own Savor dinner either on property or at a local favorite. Bermuda boasts restaurants to suit any taste. Explore Bermuda’s charming bars and pubs or one of several dance clubs for those who prefer more exotic nightlife.
See the Sights Guided tour of the island. View the harbor city of Hamilton and the historic town of St. George on foot or bike through the historic parishes with stops at must-visit attractions. Explore on your own. You may want to enjoy a ferry ride or head down to the charming streets of Hamilton to shop. After a few restful hours at your hotel, take a horse-drawn carriage ride to a romantic dinner.
Adventure on Land Enjoy a half day hike along the beautiful Bermuda Railway Trail, a journey sprinkled with island history and rich flora-filled landscapes. Head to Flatts Village for a visit to The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. Continue traveling east for a tour of Bermuda's incredible Crystal Caves and a stop at the popular Swizzle Inn.
Adventure at Sea Set sail on your own private sailboat to enjoy swimming and snorkeling or charter a boat to enjoy a day of fishing. A picnic basket filled with your favorite delicacies and beverages make for a day in paradise. Return to your hotel and enjoy dinner on your own.
A Little Golf / A Little Spa Choose from three top championship courses or wash your cares away at one of Bermuda's many luxury spas. With deep massages and renewing facials, you'll look and feel refreshed and ready for another exhilarating night to explore so much more. •Port Royal Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones design and home to the PGA Grand Slam Championship. Port Royal Golf Club, combining undulating terrain, lush greenery and dramatic ocean side cliffs, is open to the public and boasts one of the most difficult and beautiful par 3s in the world. •Tucker’s Point Club is a dramatically re-designed championship golf course crafted by Roger Rulewich. Tucker’s Point Golf Club boasts dramatic views as well as re-contoured fairways and bunkers and can be played by guests of Tucker’s Point Hotel & Spa. •Mid Ocean Club at Tucker’s Town, features a 1921 design by Charles Blair Macdonald and Seth Raynor. The Mid Ocean Club is a private club with a championship 18-hole golf course, guest rooms, full-service clubhouse, tennis courts and beaches. The 71 par course emphasizes the long game with six par 4s over 400 yards.