Overview Bermuda

Visiting Bermuda

If you topped Britain’s historic forts, parliaments, and cathedrals with blue skies, sprinkled them with pink sand, and surrounded them with tropical flora, you’d have a little piece of Bermuda. On this fair territory of the United Kingdom, 600 miles off the United States’ eastern seaboard, visitors can swim in secluded coves or explore the island’s famous cave systems and then return to civilization in time for afternoon tea. Bermuda offers the best of two very wonderful worlds.... Read More If you topped Britain’s historic forts, parliaments, and cathedrals with blue skies, sprinkled them with pink sand, and surrounded them with tropical flora, you’d have a little piece of Bermuda. On this fair territory of the United Kingdom, 600 miles off the United States’ eastern seaboard, visitors can swim in secluded coves or explore the island’s famous cave systems and then return to civilization in time for afternoon tea. Bermuda offers the best of two very wonderful worlds.    Close

Stories and Tips Bermuda

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Exploring from St. George's

Written by Cantin2 on 18 Sep, 2008

Exploring from St. George’s – Day 1Over the past few years, St. George’s has evolved into a lovely port – unfortunately most of the newer ships are too large to enter that harbor through the very narrow channel – you have to give up quality…Read More


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Ports of Call for Norwegian Dawn

Written by mikro on 25 Jul, 2007

The ship arrived in Nassau, Bahamas at 8pm, seven hours late. All shore excursions were canceled which resulted in many disappointed and angry guests. The usual shops were closed, the Straw Market had a few vendors waiting for the ship before the rats came out at…Read More


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Bermuda Days Fly By

Written by MaggieG on 30 Jun, 2005

We arrived in Bermuda on Tuesday morning. Our ship was berthed right in downtown St. George – and we bought a 3-day bus/water taxi pass ($23 each) to get around. The bus system is excellent and runs frequently. Pink poles indicate bus stops…Read More


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General information

Written by mconrad1600 on 28 Mar, 2004

I stayed at the Royal Sonesta Hotel -- a great place to stay. It is right on the ocean with many activities daily for all members of the family. There are three beach areas (one beach is accessible by shuttle, which the…Read More


Bermuda Cruise

Written by beentravelin on 24 May, 2008

Just returned from Bermuda. Sailed on NCL. We left from Charleston SC. The ship is a little dated, but that didn't detract from all the fun being had. This was mostly an older persons cruise (50 to 60), but us younger…Read More


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Bermuda cruise

Written by lwoodie on 30 Nov, 2003

Bermuda, heralded as a gem of the Atlantic. Mike and I went to check it out in April of 2003 and came away a little jilted. Our cruise aboard Carnival’s Legend (a SPECTACULAR SHIP) left out of Baltimore, which was . . .…Read More


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Royal Caribbean Cruise to Bermuda

Written by katshadow on 08 Feb, 2003

Royal Caribbean has a cruise that sails from New York. With all the added security, we didn’t have a problem with New York and, better yet, discovered Royal Caribbean provided bus transportation from our county in PA to the pier in New York. We…Read More


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Cruise to Bermuda

Written by anchoredarch on 22 Dec, 2005

I would not go back on this cruise line again. I have been on one other cruise and it was way better than this one. Plus, other people who cruise on a regular basis agreed with us. The food was just OK, and the service is not…Read More


Lighthouse Lookout

Written by BETTYBOO on 15 Apr, 2003

Be sure and check out the lighthouse near Hamilton, where you can actually go up to the top and catch the most amazing view of Bermuda!…Read More


Land of my Fathers

Written by Elizabeth Ard on 17 Apr, 2011

My great-grandfather, Harry North, was a native Bermudian, member of colonial Parliament, + gentleman farmer. He once owned the land that this resort sits on. He gave it to the government in the 30s/40s, to be a nature reserve, and later they sold it to…Read More


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