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How to have an awesome Bermuda family vacation...

Thousands of families come to Bermuda every year for once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and from the moment you step onto Bermuda’s shores, your children will make memories to last forever. While there are many places around the world where you can swim… Read more

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Travel guide to Bermuda: explore the Parishes

Saturday, 26th August 2017

Bermuda, Things to do,

How to have an awesome family vacation on Bermuda

Bermuda is made up of nine parishes, each with its own unique attractions and highlights. To ensure you experience a sampling of all of Bermuda’s offerings, consider exploring each parish. Here’s our guide to Bermuda, from east to west.  … Read more

Best beaches on Bermuda

Monday, 10th July 2017

Beaches, Bermuda,

Warwick Long Bay Bermuda | Bermuda vacation

Off to Bermuda? We’ve rounded up the must-visit beaches. From warm ocean waves to powdery stretches of sand, Bermuda’s beach scene is punctuated by beautiful resorts, delicious eats, and gorgeous views. If the plethora of stunning shorelines leaves you wondering where to… Read more

4 days in Bermuda: crystal caves, maritime history & pedal power

Thursday, 20th April 2017

Bermuda, Things to do, Travel Guide, Family Excursions, Land Sports, Watersports,

St. George Bermuda

There are hundreds of reasons to visit Bermuda, from the balmy climate, to the picture postcard beaches and rich maritime history. Located only 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina, Bermuda is a short plane trip away from many… Read more

The Wondering Dreamer’s top things to do on Bermuda

Tuesday, 28th February 2017

Bermuda, Things to do,

Instagram

Planning a vacation to Bermuda? You’re in luck as today one of our favourite travel bloggers (and Bermuda resident), Jess Meyrick AKA The Wondering Dreamer, shares her top things to do on Bermuda… Having recently moved to officially ‘bloggers paradise’, I have… Read more

The Town of St. George’s: Four Centuries to Explore by Kristin White

Friday, 2nd September 2016

Arts + Culture, Bermuda, History,

In 1609, nine ships set sail from England. Their destination: the new colony in Jamestown, Virginia. A hurricane separated the ships and one ended up in Bermuda, shipwrecked on the island’s eastern shores. All 150 passengers survived and spent 10… Read more

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