Bermuda is just 21 square miles, but there’s a lot packed into every inch. The best way to make the most of your time here is to take a few guided tours of the island, whether it’s exploring Tom Moore’s Jungle, gliding across the water on a glass-bottom kayak, getting a bird's-eye view in a Cessna 172 Skyhawk plane, or wandering the quaint alleys of the historic Town of St. George. Wherever your explorations lead, there are incredible sights around every corner.
400 Years of Fascinating History
For centuries, Bermuda has welcomed cultures from around the globe, straddled old worlds and new, and participated in some of history's most crucial moments. The result is a long and interesting story that continues to be told and celebrated today. Experience many parts of the story – from maritime heritage to British colonial traditions to colourful island customs – in Bermuda's historic churches, gardens, forts, estates, fashion, festivals and museums.
One Small Island, Many Paths to Paradise
Atlantic Ocean waters, pink-sand beaches and rocky coves connect with bays, parks, preserves, marshes, forests, gardens, caves and grottos, providing homes for a huge variety of flora and fauna. From 40-ton humpback whales to colourful lizards and rare birds, Bermuda is teeming with wildlife and natural wonders big and small. Consider this your guide to the island's natural attractions, whether you’re looking for major points of interest or secluded scenic hideaways.