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Dive Bermuda

Our dive centre is strategically located on the picturesque “South Shore” and offers you access to a variety of both wreck and reef dive sites. Our modern dive shop, friendly staff and close proximity to great dive sites has made us a popular choice of many divers.

Hamilton , 441-295-9485

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Catamaran Cruise

The fun begins the moment you step aboard this spacious and comfortable catamaran. You can snorkel in the shallow waters of a secluded and picturesque cove, sunbathe in the roomy hammocks, or relax in the comfort of the interior cabin with its full amenities. You'll be entertained with stories about Bermuda's history, culture and geology and learn about the underwater world.

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Spicelands Riding Centre

We welcome visitors to the Island & locals to join us for a scenic horse back ride along the railway trail to the south shore beaches. Sit back, relax and enjoy the picturesque views. The trail ride is truly an experience not to be missed. No riding experience necessary, just a wish to experience the beauty of Bermuda on horse back. Our facility enjoys easy access to the railway trails which provide scenic, cross country riding to the beach and beach paths.

Warwick , 441-238-8212

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Jessie James Cruises

Unique All-in-One Snorkeling Shipwreck & Beach Fun Glassbottom Cruise. Snorkel three different locations Island-Beach/2 Shipwrecks/ Coral Reef-Sea Gardens. Glassbottom extra Shipwreck. 31' fun, comfortable boat only 16 people. Capt James won "Best of Best VIP Excellence Award 2006" for exemplary service to visitors. Very informative commentary on Bermudas' history and culture. www.jessiejames.bm

, 1-441-236-4804

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Bermuda Acquarium Museum & Zoo

The Natural History Museum traces Bermuda's geological formation and ecological development and highlights the island's role in the migration of Humpback Whales, pelagic fishes, marine turtles, and numerous species of birds.

Flatts Village , 441-293-2727

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Marquis Ranch Dockyard Horse & Carriage Ride

Climb aboard and enjoy a charming horse drawn carriage ride. Experience the views of old Bermuda and relax to the sounds of horse shoes while gazing out at our only lagoon...

Royal Naval Dockyard , 441-505-5575

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Fantasea Bermuda

Located at the ultra-casual 9 Beaches Hotel and Resort in Sandy’s Parish, the Fantasea Diving & Watersports Centre is your one-stop location for watersports equipment rentals and sales, SCUBA Diving, and Snuba ® ! We have everything you need to make the most of your vacation.

Hamilton , 441-236-1300

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Dolphin Experience

If you've ever dreamed of interacting with a dolphin, this is the experience you've been waiting for!

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Bermuda Sunset Sailaway

serenity of an evening cruise on the waters surrounding Bermuda.

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Windjammer Watersports

For the ultimate Watersports adventure, come join us on a personal watercraft safari. Our safari’s include a 75 min. guide tour which skims over open water and explodes exotic harbors and bays. Each tour is conducted with a maximum of four watercraft capable of carrying either one, two, or three passengers. So, whether you are a novice or seasoned rider, you’ll find this trip to be simply AWESOME!

Royal Naval Dockyard , 441-234-3082

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Blue Water Divers & Watersports

We're right on the beach! Experience the ultimate in effortless diving, using one of our "state-of-the-art" DPV'S. These underwater scooters allow you to swim like a Dolphin and get a new and exciting prospective on our underwater world. We visit the sites previously unreachable from shore. We also have the ability to visit multiple sites on the same dive. As featured in The Ultimate Bermuda Wreck Guide, the Pollockshields is easily accessible from our beach front shop. Explore tunnels, caverns and swim troughs on the way to the wreck with an experienced instructor. If wrecks aren't your thing, then some of the best reefs, as featured in the The Ultimate Bermuda Reef Guide are just a short swim away.

Southampton , 441-234-1034

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Hartley's Helmet Diving

Our helmet diving has been a part of Bermuda Tourism for over 56 years. Forget the Bermuda Triangle, the barred windows and lead boots! Shallow water helmet diving is the safest undersea adventure anyone can do, and yet everyone, even certified divers, finds exciting. Fun for the whole family. Take your helmet diving adventure on the sandy bottom in 10 feet of turquoise water, between coral reefs and waving sea fans will be the highlight of your Bermuda vacation.

, 441-234-2861

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The shipwreck snorkeling tour was great. We got to see 3 different shipwrecks and the water was very clear. Highly recommend it to anyone that loves snorkeling.

Jun 29, 2010
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Bermuda is a rich little oasis of pink-sand beaches and sparkling blue waters is simultaneously slightly British, slightly American, and very Bermudian. Whether you've come to unwind on Elbow Beach, shop among the pretty pastels and whites of historic Hamilton, or discover 400 years of history at Fort St. Catherine in St. George, you'll discover a pleasant mix of formal British culture dressed in a pair of Bermuda shorts.

Things to Do

Sit by the bustling waterfront and take in the capital scene in Hamilton or step back in time in St. George. Take a morning swim with the kids at sheltered Tobacco Bay or a sunset dip at Elbow Beach. The clear waters and starched white coves of Warwick Parish are made for scuba diving and snorkelling. Marvel at the subterranean beauty of Crystal Cave. Away from the beach, discover the Verdmont Museum, with its period furnishings, or walk along the Bermuda Railway Trail for a closer look at the island's exotic wildlife.


 Go for a bike ride -- On a rented bicycle, or maybe a moped built for two, explore Bermuda  from end to end. Start in St. George in the East End and go all the way to the Royal Naval Dockyard in the West End, or vice versa. You can do this in 1 day or stretch it out.

 Royal Naval Dockyard -- Around 1850, it was the most visible symbol in the mid-Atlantic of the Imperial power of the British Navy. After the turn of the millennium, it was majestically restored from a dilapidated ruin into a glowing memorial to another age and time.

 Walking down Bermuda's Pink Sand beaches -- The pink sand beaches are reason enough to come to Bermuda. Find your favorite cove (perhaps Whale Bay, Astwood Cove, or Jobson's Cove) and stroll aimlessly at dawn, at twilight, or whenever your fancy dictates.

 Gibbs Hill Lighthouse -- Climb the 185 steps of the oldest cast-iron lighthouse in the world for one of the greatest views of the Atlantic Ocean. Springtime visitors may be lucky enough to see migrating whales beyond the shore reefs.

Bermuda Shopping

All sorts of shops are clustered along Front Street in Hamilton. Under the atrium in The Emporium, you can browse boutiques and jewelry stores, or stroll the Royal Naval Dockyard area on Ireland Island for crafts and island pottery. You can watch local artisans at work at the Bermuda Arts Centre. Comparison shop at the Somers Wharf & Branch Stores along Water Street, for better prices than their Hamilton counterparts.

Designer clothing and accessories, from MaxMara to Louis Vuitton, tend to be sold at prices comparable to those in the United States, but without the sales tax. Crystal, china, watches, and jewelry are often less expensive here and sometimes even on par with American outlet-store prices. Perfume and cosmetics are often sold at discount prices, and there are bargains to be had on woolens and cashmeres in early spring, when stores' winter stocks must go.

Store Hours -- Stores in the City of Hamilton, St. George, and Somerset are generally open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5:30pm. When large liners are in port, stores sometimes stay open later, and are sometimes open on Sundays.

 

 

Nightlife and Entertainment

Many of Bermuda's bars and clubs hug the busy waterfront at Front Street in Hamilton, where Victorian-era balconies offer Atlantic views. The nightlife scene continues in the streets leading uphill from the harbor. Many hotels host steel-drum or calypso bands. The little port of St. George and adjoining St. David's Island are loaded with pubs.

Bermuda Restaurants and Bars

Bermuda embraces a wide swath of American and European cuisines, but fresh seafood is still the default  and best -- choice. Savor spiny lobster and wahoo steak in the elegant dining rooms of Sandys Parish or sink your teeth into shark hash and Bermudian rockfish in the restaurants along Hamilton's Front Street. 


 
 

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