If a Caribbean escape is your idea of heaven, look no further than holidays in Bermuda.
This beautiful collection of islands will welcome you with their friendly nature, dreamy beaches and great activities for the whole family to enjoy. There’s rum, too!
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Located towards the east, the Crystal and Fantasy Caves are a great spot to visit on family holidays in Bermuda, while nearby the kids can also enjoy hiking the trails in Tom Moore’s Jungle, exploring the caves and lagoon in Blue Hole Park and visiting the Golden Mermaid statue.
Over on St George’s island, culture vultures have a host of attractions to choose from to help quench their thirst. The Unfinished Church is a great starting point and the 17th-century Fort St Catherine, on the island’s northern tip, provides a fascinating historical insight into Bermuda as a whole. It’s also right next to St Catherine’s Beach, so a great way to bribe the kids to put up with a morning of learning the local history.
In the centre, the capital Hamilton is the place to go for the pastel-coloured buildings which are a staple of Bermuda guide books. Bermuda Botanical Gardens and Bermuda National Gallery are also great places for a stroll around, and the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is ideal for kids to learn about marine life – they may even discover the secrets of the Bermuda Triangle.
And if beach holidays in Bermuda are what you’re after, there are plenty of options. Horseshoe Bay Beach is Bermuda’s most iconic and it also hosts the islands’ biggest beach party – Beach Fest – each July. Just along the coast from Horseshoe Bay, Warwick Long Bay provides a quieter alternative and Jobson’s Cove at the west end of the bay, is a great spot for swimming and snorkeling.
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