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Beaches of Bermuda

The pink-sand beaches of this island are unlike any others in the Caribbean. Most people think the color comes from broken shells and bits of coral, but it's...more

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Bermuda Maritime Museum, Sandys

Not just for nautical buffs and history majors, the Maritime Museum is a fascinating (honest!) collection of exhibits dedicated to Bermuda's social, nautical,...more

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Boating in Bermuda

One of the best ways to explore St. George's Castle Harbour is by renting a boat. Thirteen-foot Boston Whalers with Bimini tops are available at Blue Hole Water...more

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Botanical Gardens, Paget

Although the entire island could rightly be considered a botanical garden, this spectacular 36-acre property lets you see some of Bermuda's prettiest...more

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Fishing in Bermuda

Bermuda's prime big-game fishing season is April to November. That's when yellowfin tuna and blue marlin frequent its warm waters, along with barracuda,...more

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Golf in Bermuda

With nine golf courses scattered across its modest landmass, Bermuda has more greens per square mile than any other place in the world. The 18-hole par-three...more

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Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys

A fascinating remnant of Bermuda's role in the British–American conflict, this massive compound of 19th-century buildings on the tip of Bermuda's western...more

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Shipwreck Dives in Bermuda

As a navigational point for ships crossing the Atlantic to and from the New World, Bermuda was on the map for sailors in as early as the 16th century....more

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St. George's, St. George's

The historic town of St. George's, the landing site of English colonists shipwrecked en route to Virginia in 1609 and the oldest continuously occupied town of...more

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Verdmont House Museum, Smith's

This historic house-turned-museum is filled with an extensive and rare collection of antiques—most of which were amassed by John Dickinson, the wealthy...more

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