Bermuda: Suggested Itinerary

Heaven on Earth

Day 1: Known for more than just being the sight of the famous Bermuda triangle. It’s only a mere 21 square miles, but there’s still many things to keep you occupied. Take a taxi to Church Bay for a spot of snorkelling. After that, you’ll find plenty of places to get an authentic Bermudan lunch. After lunch spend some time at Horseshoe Bay and enjoy the numerous beach amenities and enjoy a slow pace in paradise.

Day 2: Get up early and get down to the harbour to embark upon a Glass-bottom Sightseeing tour around the ocean, there really is no better way to experience aquatic life. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, hire a motor boat and take things at your own pace. Take some time to visit Spittal Pond nature reserve, offering over sixty acres of trails and great for the birdwatcher in you. Make sure you stop by Fort Hamilton, an ancient fort that affords some spectacular views of Hamilton and its harbour.

Day 3: If you’re feeling adventurous and daring, you might be interested to know you can take part in what is known as Triangle Diving in Hamilton. Of course you won’t be on your own, which is just as well considering the area’s mirky reputation for catastrophe, though you should be quite safe in the hands of the experts. Whilst you’re in Hamilton, make sure you visit St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, the oldest church in Hamilton and a true religious landmark. Finish the day by visiting Blue Hole Park, a tranquil place and widely regarded by tourists as a must-see.

Day 4: If you’ve got some spare time on your hands, there are numerous golf resorts dotted around the island. To get some classy souvenirs, pop by Bermuda Craft Market for those last-minute gifts. Also Crystal & Fantasy caves in Hamilton Parish is a great place to keep the kids happy.