Bermuda Travel Guide

  • Fast ferry from the ship 2011
    Fast ferry from the ship 2011
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  • Ferry from the ship 2011
    Ferry from the ship 2011
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    Ferry gangway 2011
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Bermuda Highlights

  • Pro
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    dlandt says…

     Very nice people, very unique island 

  • Con
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    Lady-Charisma says…

     Unpredictable rain, extremely narrow roads, and rather expensive costs for everything. 

  • In a nutshell
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    maitEifion says…

     Fishing, Snorkeling, Boating, Drinking in that order 

Map of Bermuda



Flatt's Village




Harrington Hundreds


Spittal Pond


Saint George's Island


Saint David's Island



See all 23 Hamilton Tips
  • Snorkeling

    Hamilton Things to Do

    There is a whole day snorkeling excursion that includes food and rental equipment. Bermuda has some of the best reefs in the world, while on the tour you feel like you own the ship, this really is one of those unforgettable experiences.

  • Royal Palms Hotel

    Hamilton Hotels

    24 Rosemont Ave, Hamilton, HM06, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round

    Hamilton Transportation

    Bus transportation is one of the three most used methods of traveling to Hamilton and all around the island. The color of Bermuda's buses is so unsual you cannot fail to notice them!! They are Pink and Blue!! Even though we did not use the bus to travel to Hamilton, it is very obvious that many people, both locals and tourists, do.There is a fairly...


Flatt's Village

  • Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BAMZ)

    Flatt's Village Things to Do

    I went to the aquarium the first time I came to Bermuda, and we went back in 1995 and again in 2004. This is one good way to see native animals and sea life. The aquarium is right on multiple bus routes (either the 10 or 11 from Hamilton) and after you visit, you can continue on to St. George.Open daily, except Christmas Day, 9 am to 5 pm. Last...

  • Museum of BAMZ

    Flatt's Village Things to Do

    The Museum of the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo was just added recently. I hadn't seen it before. It was very interesting and had displays on how the coral rock was quarried and how roof tiles are made from it, the blight that killed the Bermuda cedar and the introduction of invasive species are crowding out the native and endemic plants and...

  • Pink School Bus

    Flatt's Village Local Customs

    If you ride the local buses around 3-4 o'clock, you will see that Bermuda uses these buses as school buses. Some runs are only for school children (who wear uniforms) but most are just regular buses.Almost every time we've stopped in Flatts Village, we've seen school kids getting on the bus.I was amused to see that the kids at one stop were larking...



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  • Sandy's Rectory (Bridge House)

    Somerset Off The Beaten Path

    Next to the Somerset Bridge is Sandy's Rectory which was built about 1740 by Chief Justice John Tucker. The historical record says: "Tradition has it that artisans were brought from England. A fanlight above the folding doors between the two parlours is said to have been copied from the embroidered design of Miss Kitty Tucker's petticoat, the...

  • Cambridge Beaches

    Somerset Hotels

    30 Kings Point Road, MA 02, Sandys, Bermuda, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

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Spittal Pond

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  • Getting there

    Spittal Pond Warnings and Dangers

    The bus routes (Bus: 1) near here only have a bus about every 45 minutes at the end of the afternoon, so watch your time.Follow steep Knapton Hill Road west to South Road, turning at the sign for Spittal Pond

  • Guided Tour

    Spittal Pond Things to Do

    We went to Spittal Pond for the 1 pm Friday tour. We saw Jeffrey's Hole, a cave named for an escaped slave who supposedly hid out here for several weeks with his girl friend bringing him food. We could look down from the bluffs to see parrot fish swimming below.We saw plants such as Palmetto: formerly used as thatch for roofs, baskets, hats, and...

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Saint George's Island

  • Tobacco Bay Park

    Saint George's Island Things to Do

    Just a short hike over the hill from the center of town. Bring your swimsuit and snorkel mask. I was here in november and the consession stand was closed and there was no lifeguard ( I did not need either). Summertime may be different. Well protected lagoon and clear water.

  • The Unfinished Church

    Saint George's Island Things to Do

    This Beautiful Gothic Ruin is just a short walk from the center of town. After you have a look here continue on up over the hill and have a swim at Tobacco Bay Park

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Saint David's Island

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    by grandmaR Updated Jan 23, 2012

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    Although there are several docks for cruise ships, there's only one airport. So if you are coming by plane, you will be coming in to BDA which is 560 miles east of Cape Hattaras. The airport can support aircraft of all sizes up to and including the A380

    The first facility was built between 1941 and 1943 as a joint US Army Air Forces (USAAF)/Royal Air Force (RAF) base named Kindley Field. At the end of World War II, the RAF left Bermuda. The field, by then hosting civil as well as military aircraft, was operated by the United States Air Force as Kindley Air Force Base until 1970, when it was transferred to the United States Navy. The Navy operated it as US Naval Air Station, Bermuda until 1995, when it was transferred to the Bermuda Government’s Ministry of Tourism and Transport. In 1963, I arrived on a propeller driven plane - not a jet. And in 1995, when we flew in I think it was still partly a Naval Air Station.

    Now, flights on many major airlines arrive in Bermuda from Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Miami, Toronto, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Halifax and London

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