Add These Activities To Your Next Bermuda Trip To Have The Perfect Day

 

 

 

 

Bermuda is one of the most unique places in the world that offers some experiences that nowhere else can. As well as being one of the most unique places in the world, it is one of the most beautiful with perfect sandy beaches and crystal clear waters as well as a rich history and a vibrant cultural scene. It is a British Overseas territory in the North Atlantic Ocean that consists of 181 islands. The capital of Bermuda is Hamilton that is the financial centre and main tourist destination that needs to be visited, which we will get to later. Bermuda is a prime place to go and relax on the pink sandy beaches or swim in the blue waters, but there is so much more to do that you don’t even realise. Make everyday epic in Bermuda by doing these activities, it will be the holiday of a lifetime.

 

 

 

 

Visit The Crystal And Fantasy Caves

The subterranean passageways and tunnels of the crystal and fantasy caves are a truly magical place that needs to be experienced once in your life. They remain some of the most awesome backcountry attractions in the islands that are a true natural beauty, one of many in Bermuda. They were carved and sculpted over more than 30 million years, you need to check out the pontoon walkways and quartz-caked stalactites. Visit this next spot for food.

 

 

 

 

Eat Some Fusion Food

You can’t go to Bermuda and not experience the sensational fusion foods that their restaurants are famous for. The islands best fusion food is at Mad Hatters that has some of the most ground-breaking foods in Bermuda with a mix of Thailand, Asian and The Caribbean kitchens to create a truly unique dining experience that your taste buds will savour. Get active with this next activity you have to try.

 

 

 

 

Play A Round Of Golf 

If you love golf, then you are going to love Bermuda and its sensational golf course that could make anyone fall in love with golf. It is one of the most coveted golfing destinations in the Atlantic with views overlooking the crystal clear ocean and bright green fairways. It also hosts the famous 16th short hole which is one of the best in the game of golf. If you’re going to the beach, then there’s only one beach to go to next.

 

 

 

 

Relax On Horseshoe Bay Beach

Horseshoe Bay Beach is the most iconic beach in all of the islands that you have probably seen more than once through photos as it is so picturesque. The shimmering sands of this beach never fail to amaze us that is nestled between two rugged boulders of volcanic rocks on the southern bends of Main Island. If you like History, then this next spot is the perfect day trip for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn About History At National Museum

Bermuda is etched in history, so it would be a crime not to finish with the National Museum on a day trip that will give you an idea of just how historic this island is. This attracts as many as 50,000 visitors each year who come to see the heritage centre that displays an array of jewellery recovered from shipwrecks as well as WWII memorabilia and tales. You have to take a trip to the capital next.

 

 

 

 

Get Energetic In Hamilton

Hamilton is the capital of Bermuda and is one of the smallest cities in the world, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in liveliness. It is located in the middle of Main Island which is the biggest of the 181 islands in Bermuda. Hamilton is the epicentre of cultural and economic life with incredible Gothic towers and buttresses as well as pubs and cuisines. You need to see some of their magnificent churches next.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wander The Churches

The churches in Bermuda are some of the most famous in the world with St.Peter’s Chruch the most famous on the island that attracts culture vultures and heritage lovers. This is a 400-year-old worshipping house that is the oldest Anglican church outside of Britain. You need to take a trip inside to experience the true beauty of this beautiful historic church. You should also visit the unfinished church in St.George’s.

 

 

 

 

Visit St.George’s

You will find St.George’s on the East End of the Island along the cobblestone streets that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the oldest English settlement in the New World that represents the site of the first settlers from 1612. The town is full of museums displaying the history of the town as well the magnificent Tobacco Bay Beach and the legendary unfinished church above it all. You need to go to this next place.

 

 

 

 

Check Out The Bermuda Triangle

When you think of Bermuda, you instantly think of the mysterious phenomenon that is the ‘Bermuda Triangle’ which is the site of hundreds of unsolved disappearances consisting of boats and planes for years. You can take a day trip to this location to get a closer look at what takes place beneath the waters of this area. A cruise with a glass-bottom floor will give you an incredible view. You’ll want to go to this next place immediately.

 

 

 

 

Experience Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo

Have a bit of fun at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo on a trip that will definitely leave you with a lasting impression. A 140,000-gallon fish tank is the main attraction at the aquarium that hosts over 200 species of fish and coral reef found in the surrounding waters of the island. There is an incredible display of wildlife in the zoo with over 300 reptiles and some mysterious-looking animals you may not be used to.

Your perfect day in Bermuda has now come to an end after experiencing all of these incredible activities that are the best the island has to offer. There is something for everyone in Bermuda which is why it is one of the best places in the world, not just for beauty.

Sources:  thedailybeast.com; mapio.net; cntraveler.com; golfadvisor.com; wanderingwagars.com; planetware.com; canadiangeographic.ca; trover.com; aarp.org;  history.com; gotobermuda.com.

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