About Bermuda

Bermudians are some of the most genuinely friendly and helpful people in the world. Mingle with locals at local restaurants & bars, Wednesday night Harbour nights on Front Street, Happy Hour Fridays at Hamilton Princess, or enjoy a cricket match at one of the local sports clubs.


Join us as we celebrate holidays unique to our island like the Bermuda Day parade or our annual Cup Match Classic. 

Bermuda offers an array of exquisite beaches of pink sand and turquoise water.  The sand contains pink flecks that are the remains of a tiny organism known as red foam. This combined with tiny particles of broken shells and bits of coral create the pink hue of Bermuda's beautiful beaches.


Lifeguards are stationed on some of the beaches during the summer; however, many are not and being aware of the undercurrents and never swimming alone are two good tips. There are some water activities with fabulous snorkeling and diving offered on the reefs off South Shore at the larger beaches.

A private picnic lunch or dinner at the beach is a popular option. The less private beaches often offer food and alcohol concessions.

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