Bermuda is a cruising destination filled with luxuries and tropical delights.
Get away from the stresses of everyday life with a Bermuda vacation filled with long days on the beach, nights full of laughter and revelry, and some of the finest links in the golfing world. You can explore the Crystal Caves, limestone caves that will knock your socks off, or enjoy a day in the diverse Bermuda Aquarium. Botanical gardens, scuba adventures and afternoon tea; you can make your cruises to Bermuda as relaxing or active as you please. Happiness awaits you.
Things to Do on a Cruise to Bermuda
Posh and polished Bermuda is different from most other island nations, due to its stately demeanor. Bermuda is the oldest continually populated British settlement in the world. It also is known for having more golf courses per acre than any other place on Earth, and of course the famous Bermuda shorts! Highlighted below are some of our favorite things to do when cruising to Bermuda:
Practice your swing. The island is known for having some of the world’s best golf courses, used for professional tournaments where famous golfers like Adam Scott, Bubba Watson and Tiger Woods have teed off.
St. George retains the charm of its earliest days in the 1600s. Many of the buildings are original, including the Old Rectory and the Old State House. You may even happen upon a costumed actor to tell you about life in early Bermuda.
Spend a day at the famous Horseshoe Bay Beach. This beach has a lifeguard on duty all summer long and is surrounded by turquoise and cerulean waters.
Though no longer a military dockyard, the Royal Naval Dockyard is filled with amusements. This complex is a great spot to do some shopping for some of Bermuda’s local art. You’ll find local artisans selling their wares, rent a boat, or a snorkel in the water park.
Go underground to see the Crystal and Fantasy Caves in Bermuda. These massive underground caves were discovered by two young cricket players 1907.
Visit the oldest Anglican Church in continuous use, St. Peters, which was built in 1620. Inside you’ll find an altar carved in 1615 by Bermuda’s first governor and a throne that is believed to have been salvaged from a shipwreck.
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