Located in the North Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda represents an intriguing blend of two distinct cultures; British and American. The capital city, Hamilton, is home to lively bars and restaurants and a distinctive culinary scene where the rum punch cocktail features heavily. Don’t miss The Royal Navy Dockyard complex - home to attractions like the interactive Dolphin Quest and the National Museum of Bermuda.


Discover the true essence of Bermuda, savour a rum punch accompanied by a fish sandwich while listening to live jazz and calypso at a beach-side bar.

Blissful Beaches

Southampton’s Horseshoe Bay Beach is the standout beach on Bermuda. With sweeping swathes of pastel-pink sand, lapped by aquamarine waves, it’s easy to see why. Nearby, is Warwick Long Bay – a half mile stretch of glorious sand ranks this beach as the island’s longest beach. And to the west of Warwick Long Bay lies Jobson’s Cove Beach, which is a great place for young families as jagged rocks encircle the cove creating a place of calm azure water for kids to play in.

Dining & Nightlife

Have breakfast at farm-to-table restaurant, Tribe Road Urban Eatery in the City of Hamilton, followed by High Tea at The Bermuda Perfumery in the town of St. George. Learn the delicate art of perfumery before dining on delicious scones and jam washed down with lashings of tea. End the day of culinary treats at the Fourways Inn, where fine dining is the speciality. Don’t miss the grilled spiny lobster. Fourways, located in the central parish of Paget, was built of native coral stone and cedar in 1727.

Natural Wonders

Explore Crystal Caves of Bermuda where jagged stalactites hang from the ceiling. Formed during the Ice Age and discovered in 1907 by two teenage Bermudan boys, the caves are a truly awe-inspiring site. The caves are now considered one of Bermuda’s most popular attractions. Don’t miss the nearby Blue Hole Park where secluded caves nestle inside Tom Moore’s Jungle. There is a network of tunnels connecting pools and caves in this 12-acre park. Go swimming in The Blue Hole – a large azure pool bordered by mangroves.

When to visit

Peak season is from April until October. Although technically classified as Hurricane Season, Bermuda sees fewer tropical storms than the Caribbean. December till March brings cooler temperatures.