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The 8 Greatest Places to Visit in Bermuda

Written by Bermudiana Beach

04 | 06 | 19

Dream Destination  |  
6 minute read

Visitors come from all over the world to experience the natural beauty and fascinating culture that Bermuda has to offer. From pink sand beaches to historic landmarks, there’s something for everyone. Here are the very best places to visit in Bermuda.

  1. Royal Naval Dockyard
  2. Jobson’s Cove Beach
  3. Tom Moore’s Jungle
  4. The Crystal Caves
  5. Mary Celestia
  6. Port Royal Golf Course
  7. Botanical Gardens
  8. Fort St. Catherine

1. Royal Naval Dockyard

The Royal Naval Dockyard is one of Bermuda’s most popular attractions. Featuring the Bermuda Maritime Museum, the Dockyard is a hub of shopping, dining, entertainment and sightseeing experiences. Enjoy a historical walking tour and find out more about the Dockyard’s history as a strategic base during conflicts. Visit their official site for upcoming events at the Dockyard. 

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2. Jobson’s Cove Beach

Hidden among the steep, jagged cliffs that encircle a cove is the stunning Jobson’s Cove Beach. Although small, it’s a hidden gem that usually doesn’t attract large crowds, like some of the tourist favorites. Enjoy the calm waters of the lagoon, snorkel with tropical fish or just relax on the pink sand.

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3. Tom Moore’s Jungle

Known by locals as Tom Moore’s Jungle, the Walsingham Nature Reserve is a beautiful, vibrant space for you to explore. Swim in turquoise waters and see native bird species as you walk through the stunning mangroves. Make sure to stop at Tom Moore’s Tavern, named after the Irish poet that loved the area, for a bite to eat. Book a reservation and enjoy fine dining. 

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4. The Crystal Caves

Head underground and explore Bermuda’s dramatic cave systems. Visitors to the Crystal Caves begin their tour in beautiful gardens before descending into the stunning caves. The highlight is passing over the floating bridge that sits on a translucent lake. Look up and see the incredible white limestone stalagmites that decorate the cave ceiling.

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5. Mary Celestia

Bermuda’s treacherous reefs and deceptive waters have caused many ships to run into trouble. The Isle of Devils earned its name because of the estimated 300 vessels that have sunk in its waters. The clear water and sunken ships provide breathtaking diving and snorkelling opportunities. The Mary Celestia is just one of the eerily beautiful wrecks you’re able to get a closer look at.

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6. Port Royal Golf Course

Tee off at the beautiful Port Royal Golf Course and enjoy championship-level holes. The course offers incredible views as you play, especially at the infamous 16th hole. Here, you’ll hit across the ocean as you aim for the green that’s sitting on a coastal peninsula. Head back to the clubhouse and enjoy a drink at the restaurant and lounge.

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7. Botanical Gardens

Created in 1898, the Botanical Gardens are a tranquil and colorful way to spend a day. There are over 36 acres of lush foliage and tropical flowers to discover and enjoy. Walk among the native trees and enjoy the sensory garden before exploring Camden House, home to the Museum of Art.

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8. Fort St. Catherine

Located at the northeastern coast of St. George’s Island, this fort is a must-see for all history lovers. Constructed in 1614, the exhibits give visitors an insight into what life was like in the fort hundreds of years ago. The many towers and ramparts also offer stunning views of the coastline and the crystal clear waters.

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Planning a Trip to Bermuda?

Whether it’s your first visit or you just can’t stop coming back, make sure to plan your trip accordingly. There are three regions to visit in Bermuda so you’ll need to think about transportation.

It’s also important to check the weather conditions when visiting. You’ll usually find the locals enjoying blue skies and bright sunshine, but seasonal changes can lead to strong winds. It’s also not uncommon for one side of Bermuda to be enjoying the sun, while the other shelters from heavy rains.

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There’s so much to see, do and experience in Bermuda. You might not have time to fit everything into a busy schedule so a repeat visit or two might be needed. If you’re looking for your own slice of paradise, then it could be time to look at real-estate opportunities.

Because of the geographical layout of the islands, you’ll need to utilize bus, bike and boat to get around. It’s useful to have a general idea of the different transport links so you aren’t overwhelmed when you arrive.

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