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Visiting Bermuda in October: 4 Frighteningly Good Activities

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You’ll find that Bermuda in October is quieter than the other tourist months but the weather's still generally great and there’s still lots to explore and experience. From Halloween adventures in St George’s to the mysterious Bermuda triangle, here are four frighteningly good things you need to check out on the island during this month. 

  1. Be Spooked by Halloween Entertainment in St George’s  
  2. Take a Trip on The Bermuda Triangle Twilight Cruise
  3. Watch the PGA Grand Slam of Golf
  4. Enjoy Tasty Dishes at The Food Truck Festival


1. Be Spooked by Halloween Entertainment in St George’s  

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Every Halloween on the island, the history of Bermuda is brought to life right before your very eyes. The walking tour is a great way to experience the haunted history of St. George’s with the whole family. 

Off the beaten path, lit by a single lantern, your own storyteller embodies famous Bermudians. The tour transports you back through time with thrilling tales of days gone by. The tour is delightfully spooky and immersive, with plenty of laughs to be had along the way. 


2. Take a Trip on The Bermuda Triangle Twilight Cruise

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Looking for adventure? What about a guided tour to the mysterious Bermuda Triangle with the stars shining brightly overhead? The early sunsets you’ll experience when visiting Bermuda in October make it the perfect time to visit.

Listen to the captain delve into Bermuda’s plethora of history and forget the eerie nature of your destination. Watch civilizations of coral and native fish swim under the glass bottom of the boat as underwater lights illuminate the mysterious depths beneath you. 

The knowledgeable crew will tell you all about the marine life beneath, while you enjoy Bermuda's 'nightlife' from a completely different point of view. 

Bermuda isn’t all about frights in October, there are lots of delights to experience too...


3. Watch the PGA Grand Slam of Golf

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Bermuda is famous for its lush golfing greens, oceanic views and competitions. The PGA Grand Slam of Golf hosted at Port Royal golf course is truly a remarkable showcase of this. 

In 1979, it started as an 18-hole 1-day event and now has grown to a 2-day 36-hole annual showdown with a prize of over $1,000,000. The winner of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf is crowned the Champion of Champions. 

With viewers from more than 100 countries watching this event live on television, it’s an unmissable event if you’re visiting Bermuda in October. With typically beautiful weather, the event attracts fans from all over the world. There’s lots of fun to be had walking the course and following the pros.

If you’re feeling inspired, there’s plenty of high-quality golf courses in Bermuda available to work on your swing.


4. Enjoy Tasty Dishes at The Food Truck Festival

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The Food Truck Festival is an annual event where pop-up vendors bring the very best of Bermuda's food culture and traditions.

Bermudians and visitors gather, enjoying diverse dishes and comforting home favorites. They welcome back some popular vendors who have attended each and every year, but also invite additional festival first-timers that will make the experience more exciting.

You can celebrate Bermuda’s renowned fish sandwiches, snowballs and homemade lemonade on Front Street in Hamilton. There’s no better way to sample the culinary delights of the island. 

These are just some of the activities you can get involved in on the island. October is wonderful and filled with adventure and history, but there’s something to experience all year round. 

Food, Fun and Family: What Else Can I Experience in Bermuda?

Whether you’re here in October or any other time of the year, you’ll never run out of things to do. The best part of the island is that there’s never a bad time to touch down. 

From the inviting climate and delicious food to events that bring the whole of Bermuda together, you can start planning your next visit with the help of our 12-month guide.

Download your copy now using the link below.

12 Months In Bermuda Guide CTA