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Tobacco Bay Beach

Tobacco Bay Beach (St. George’s Parish) — Tobacco Bay Beach earned its name when survivors of the Sea Venture discovered tobacco growing here. Now, the key thing to notice is the unusual limestone formations off the shoreline, a haven for parrotfish and sergeant majors. This most popular beach in St. George’s parish offers equipment rentals […]

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Warwick Long Bay

Warwick Long Bay (Off South Road, Warwick Parish) — Warwick Long Bay boasts an .8 km (.5 mile) stretch of sand against a backdrop of scrubland and coastal grasses. Just offshore, a jagged coral island floats above the water. There are also public restrooms here.

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W.E.R. Joell Tennis Stadium

W.E.R. Joell Tennis Stadium (Cedar Avenue, Pembroke Parish) – despite the name, this is actually a tennis center where both visitors and locals can play their own tennis matches. There are three clay and five Plexicushion courts here. Charges to play are $12 per hour for adults, $8 per hour for juniors (5-18 years). Playing […]

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West Whale Bay Beach

West Whale Bay Beach (Off Whale Bay Road, Southampton Parish) — West Whale Bay Beach has a fitting name, because in April you may see humpback whales migrating north to their summer feeding grounds. The large grassy area behind the beach is an ideal spot to enjoy a stunning ocean sunset. Locals frequently use West […]

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Shipwreck Diving

Shipwreck Diving: The waters around Bermuda are well known and very popular due to the hundreds of sunken ships that can be explored along the ocean floor, immortalized by the 1977 diving film “The Deep”. Although most of these remains can be explored by certified divers through organized and guided dives, divers must have a […]

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Crystal & Fantasy Caves

Crystal & Fantasy Caves (8 Crystal Caves Road, Hamilton Parish) – this is Bermuda’s top visitor attraction for some very spectacular reasons. Deep, clear underground pools of azure blue water. Incredible formations of every size and shape imaginable. Cave ceilings adorned with rare chandelier clusters and delicate crystallized soda straws. Each cave is uniquely beautiful […]

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Caves at Grotto Bay Beach Resort

Caves at Grotto Bay Beach Resort (11 Blue Hold Road, Bailey’s Bay, Hamilton Parish) — Hidden beneath Grotto Bay Beach Resort’s beautifully landscaped gardens lies Prospero’s Cave, featuring a particularly gorgeous underground lake and Cathedral Cave. The resort organizes regular “cave crawls” for interested guests.  

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Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI)(40 Crow Land, Pembroke Parish) — Explore two floors of interactive exhibits, great for all ages! Discover treasure, artifacts and valuable relics of historical importance; see one of the finest exhibits on ocean mollusks in existence today; investigate the mysteries surrounding the Bermuda Triangle; learn about the ‘Titanic’ then and now; […]

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Galería de la Sociedad de Artes de las Bermudas

Bermuda Society of Arts Gallery (17 Church Street, Hamilton) — With art exhibitions that change every three weeks, the Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) boasts four gallery spaces that feature the work of both local and overseas artists. Artists exhibiting at BSoA hail from a broad spectrum of social and professional backgrounds and walks of […]

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Bermuda Reef Explorer

Bermuda Reef Explorer (48 Par-la-Ville Road, Pembroke Parish) — ‘Reef Explorer’, 68′ double-decker motor yacht with glass bottom (capacity 120). Available for evening tours, glass bottom tours and glass bottom snorkel tours. Operates March through December. For more info, go to: https://bermudareefexplorer.com/