Traveling to a new place is always so much fun, but can be a little intimidating when you don’t know anything about the destination! Our best of Bermuda list is exactly what you need to pinpoint all of the perfect spots that you just have to see when visiting this beautiful island!
Walsingham Nature Reserve, aka Tom Moore’s Jungle
This 12-acre natural gem will leave you speechless! From its lush tropical forest to the unspoiled mangrove ponds and amazing underground Crystal Caves, this nature reserve brings travelers from all over the world! Many locals refer to the area as Tom Moore’s Jungle, who was an Irish poet that spent a lot of time there in the 1800s. It’s full of natural wonders that you don’t want to pass up!
Admiralty House Park
The water is almost always calm, making the beach perfect for families. For those wanting a little more adventure, you can take part in cliff jumping from old smugglers’ caves and cliffs ranging from 10-35 feet. These cliffs provide a little more thrill than those at the Blue Hole.
Bailey’s Ice Cream Bermuda
Located just across the way from the Crystal Caves, this little ice cream shop has some of the most delicious and unique flavors. You know it’s a crowd favorite when even the locals go there!
The West End, Bermuda
World’s Smallest Drawbridge: Somerset Bridge
It’s worth the long drive! Unlike most bridges that you go to see, this one’s better to see up close to really appreciate it! It’s the world’s smallest working drawbridge, at 32-inches, that dates back to the early 1600s. It doesn’t take long to cross, so try not to miss it.
Visit the Royal Naval Dockyard
This old dockyard is filled with ancient buildings and picturesque spots. Enjoy an afternoon strolling through the art galleries, small local shops and more history than you can imagine.
St. George, Bermuda
There’s nothing sweeter than the pure aroma of island life in Bermuda. Thanks to perfumery owner, Isabelle Ramsay-Brackstone, you can bring Bermuda home with you in a bottle! Take a tour of the meticulous process at the historic Stewart Hall and see how the lovely fragrances are handmade every day using locally sourced scents. When you’re thinking of the best of Bermuda, this is definitely a spot you have to hit!
Bermuda Craft Market
Explore some beautifully hand-crafted items made by over 60 local artisans at the craft market. It’s the perfect place to find some unique products of Bermuda, and is a one stop shop for handmade souvenirs!