Bermuda Attractions

St. George’s Cruise Port

4.5 star rating: Recommended 16 Reviews

On the far northeastern tip of Bermuda, St. George’s cruise port is in the Town of St. George, once the island’s capital. In fact, the Town of St. George is ...  Read more

Horseshoe Bay

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Is Horseshoe Bay Bermuda’s loveliest beach? Lots of people think so, locals and visitors alike, and it’s one of the island’s beach hot spots for water sports, ...  Read more

Royal Naval Dockyard

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Who knew history could be so beautiful and so much fun! The Royal Naval Dockyard is one of Bermuda’s top visitor destinations. Located in Sandy’s Parish on ...  Read more

Bermuda Aquarium, Natural History Museum and Zoo

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Fuchsia-pink flamingoes are the highlight at the on-site zoo, but it’s the fish that win all the accolades at Bermuda’s well-regarded Aquarium, one of the ...  Read more

Crystal and Fantasy Caves

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Bermuda is renowned for its underground network of caves, but the floodlit stalactites and stalagmites are especially eerie in the subterranean world of the ...  Read more

Cooper's Island Nature Reserve

Part of the Bermuda National Parks system, the Cooper's Island Nature Reserve consists of an area that once housed a U.S. military base and a NASA space ...  Read more

Dolphin Quest Bermuda

Flanked by the historic limestone naval buildings of Bermuda’s former dockyard, Dolphin Quest’s friendly, captivity-born dolphins leap into the air and chatter ...  Read more

Gibb's Hill Lighthouse

Bermuda boasts two lighthouses, but the one at Gibb’s Hill is the most notable, the first of only a few in the world to be made from cast iron. Standing 108m ...  Read more


As the capital of Bermuda, Hamilton is both a main financial center in the Caribbean and an alluring spot for tourists thanks to its pastel-colored buildings ...  Read more

Palm Groves Garden (Gibbons Garden)

Palm Groves Garden is a privately owned garden in Bermuda. Luckily for travelers to Bermuda, the Gibbons family that owns the garden open it up to visitors. ...  Read more

Spittal Pond Nature Reserve

Spittal Pond Nature Reserve is the largest nature reserve in Bermuda and an important one. It covers 59 acres and over 500 species of birds, including ...  Read more

St David’s Head

St David’s Head is located on the most eastern part of St David’s Island and is known as the home of St David’s Battery, which was used during the early 20th ...  Read more

St George's

St George’s is a city in Bermuda that is a UNESCO World Heritage site thanks to its colonial buildings that have changed very little in the past 100 years. St ...  Read more

Walsingham Nature Reserve

Walsingham Nature Reserve is located on the eastern side of Bermuda by Castle Harbour. Though smaller than nearby Spittal Pond Nature Reserve, Walsingham ...  Read more

Warwick Long Bay Beach

Warwick Long Bay Beach is a serene part of Bermuda that stretches along half a mile of coastline on the island's southern coast. The location gets a pleasant ...  Read more

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