Bloomin’ Brilliant Holidays to Bermuda
This 54sqkm island in the North Atlantic promises its visitors turquoise waters, soft pink sand, luxurious accommodation and coral reefs and shipwrecks to keep snorkelers smiling. Is there any wonder Bermuda is a firm Caribbean favourite?
How’d you like to spend your time in Caribbean paradise? Maybe try out some of these;
- See whether you believe the Bermuda Triangle theories with a scuba or helmet diving amongst one of the many shipwrecks this island possess; great wreck dives worth exploring include the Cristobel Colon and the Constellation.
- Immerse yourself in the underground world of the Crystal Caves where magnificent crystal formations surround a clear subterranean lake, 55ft deep.
- With the warm sea breeze in your hair, gorgeous ocean views as a backdrop and challenging tees in abundance, golfing in Bermuda just makes sense.
- Visit during Spring and watch the exhilarating migration of over 10,000 humpback whales heading North to their favourite feeding grounds.
- Get your climbing shoes on and head up the 185 steps of Gibbs’ Hill Lighthouse, the tallest point on the island, for spectacular panoramic views.
- Take a mile-long afternoon stroll along the stunning South Shore and spot coral reefs and shipwrecks dotted along the coastline.
If a holiday on this incredible island is tickling your fancy, then get in touch today and our experienced travel consultants will use their resources and numerous suppliers to design the best trip possible for you!
Experience the playground of the rich and famous
Gazing out to clear turquoise waters with soft light-pink sand beneath your feet, you can only be stood in one place… Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda. Start your day watching a stunning sunrise atop one of the many rock formations surrounding the bay before heading on to the powder-soft sand for a day of sunbathing, sandcastle making and rum cocktail drinking. Regularly voted as one of the best beaches in the world, this Instagram favourite is an absolute must for any visit to Bermuda!
If historic charm is more your thing, then head to the Town of St. George. At more than 400 years old this historic town is one of the oldest British settlements in the New World and a designated UNESCO World Heritage site. Picturesque in nature, you’ll find quaint cottages, alleyways to meander along and notable architectural sites such as the 1612 St Peter’s Church, one of the oldest in the Western Hemisphere.
Have you thought about pairing a trip here with another island in the Caribbean? Or use it as a pause point before heading over to the USA?
Approx 7h 30m
When To Go
April to October are the island's warmest season; August to October is hurricane season however the country is out of the main zone.
November to March is a little cooler.