Top 10 Things To Do in Bermuda On A Cruise Vacation

Things To Do in Bermuda

Bermuda is an island only 21 miles long but offers beautiful scenery, a rich history and plenty to see and do. You are never further than one mile from the coast on this lovely island, and exploring all there is to do make for a great vacation. Here are ten of the best things to do in Bermuda.

  1. Your cruise will likely dock at Kings Wharf Bermuda, a beautiful port and part of the Royal Naval Dockyard. This dockyard offers visitors the largest maritime museum in Bermuda, which is steeped in tradition and history.
  2. The Bermuda aquarium is a world renowned place, offering visitors plenty of marine life and interesting facts. A great place for a day out with the entire family.
  3. St. David’s Battery is an old fort, built in the early 1900’s that sits atop a high peak to offer breathtaking views as well as allowing visitors to learn about the history of the island.
  4. Horseshoe Bay is the most popular of Bermuda’s many beaches. Come and relax on the famous Bermuda pink sand beaches, made pink by the coral in the sand. Lifeguards are on duty in the summer months offering a safe swimming opportunity in the pristine waters of the bay.
  5. Take to the links on one of the many golf courses that make Bermuda famous. Never has an island had as many courses to choose from as this tiny piece of heaven for those with a passion for the sport.
  6. One of the best things to do in Bermuda is to take in the waters surrounding it. Snorkel, scuba dive amongst the shipwrecks or just splash in the bays, the water is what makes Bermuda sparkle.
  7. For those more adventurous, why not take in a Bermuda Triangle Cruise? The mystery and riddle of this part of the ocean can be seen first-hand on smaller ships for a fun day outing.
  8. Gibbs Hill Lighthouse is a great thing to do in Bermuda. It is the oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world and offers impressive views of the island.
  9. Crystal Caves take you 120 feet below the ground to marvel at the natural lakes, tunnels and rock formations that make up this area below Hamilton.
  10. Cruises to Bermuda take you to a splendid island full of great shopping opportunities. Because of its rich British heritage you can buy British fine china, British foodstuffs and other interesting souvenirs of your trip.

This list is only a sampling of things to do in Bermuda. The island is a paradise for anyone who enjoys being outdoors, taking in sights, learning about other cultures and playing in the water. Skydive, take a tour, or just sit back and relax, Bermuda is waiting for you.