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Bermuda is a British overseas territory in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is located approximately 650 miles east of North Carolina and consists of around 138 islands and islets. The largest and most populous island is simply called “Bermuda”.

The capital city of Bermuda is Hamilton, and its currency is the Bermudian dollar. Bermuda is known for its pink sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and warm climate. Despite its small size, Bermuda has a rich history, fascinating culture, and boasts a robust economy. Its economy is largely based on tourism, offshore finance, and reinsurance.

Bermuda’s government is modeled on the British parliamentary system, with a Governor appointed by the British monarch and a two-chamber parliament. Bermuda is also famous for the Bermuda Triangle, an area of the North Atlantic Ocean where several ships and planes have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

Most cruise ships dock at the Royal Naval Dockyard which is a massive dockyard with plenty of shopping and eateries within the confines. There are also other activities to do within the dockyard such as an escape room, a man-made beach, a museum, putt-putt, and more. 

There is also a ferry that comes to the Royal Naval Dockyard that will take you to Hamilton. This is known as the “Blue Route”. There’s also a ferry that will take you to St. George’s. You will also find plenty of taxi’s ready to take you anywhere you want to go.

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Things to do in Bermuda

There are plenty of things to do in Bermuda that will keep you entertained throughout your stay. If you’re a beach lover, then Bermuda won’t disappoint you. You can visit Horseshoe Bay Beach, which is considered one of the most picturesque beaches on the island. For adventure seekers, there is scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and even parasailing.

The island has a fascinating history that you can explore by visiting the UNESCO World Heritage site, St. George’s Town. You can also take a walk down the Capital city of Hamilton where you can shop, dine and visit the Bermuda National Gallery. Lastly, Bermuda’s food scene is something to experience with its own unique style of food that blends Caribbean and British influences such as fish chowder, fish sandwich, and Rum Swizzle.

  1. Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
  2. Carter House
  3. Clearwater Beach
  4. Crystal Caves
  5. Dolphin Quest
  6. Fort Hamilton
  7. Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
  8. Harbour Nights*
  9. Heydon Trust Chapel
  10. Horseshoe Bay Beach
  11. Lost at Sea Memorial
  12. Lovers Lake
  13. National Museum of Bermuda
  14. Shelly Bay Beach
  15. Snorkel Park Beach
  16. Somerset Bridge
  17. St. Davids Lighthouse
  18. The Cut Bridge
  19. Tobacco Bay Beach
  20. Turtle Bay Beach


*Harbour Nights takes place every Wednesday in the summer in the city of Hamilton.

Eating in Bermuda

The food scene in Bermuda is diverse and heavily influenced by Caribbean, British, and American cuisine. Traditional dishes include fish chowder, codfish breakfast, and Bermuda fish sandwich. Many restaurants use locally sourced ingredients such as fish, vegetables, and fruits. The island also has a thriving rum culture, with many bars and restaurants offering a variety of rum-infused drinks.

There are many high-end restaurants in Bermuda, offering everything from Japanese and Italian to French and British cuisine. These can be found in hotels or in standalone locations. Mid-range restaurants and cafes are also plentiful in areas like Hamilton and St. George’s. In addition, there are many casual dining options, including beach bars and food trucks. Visitors can also try traditional afternoon tea at some of the island’s luxury hotels.

It is important to note that restaurants in Bermuda can be expensive due to the high cost of importing food and ingredients. However, the quality of the cuisine and the stunning views from many restaurant locations make it a worthwhile investment for foodies and travelers alike.

Hamilton & Central Parishes

  1. 1609 Bar – Caribbean
  2. Angelo’s Bistro – Italian
  3. Ascots – European
  4. Astwood Arms – British
  5. Barracuda Grill – Seafood
  6. Beau Rivage – French
  7. Bermuda Bistro at the Beach – Lively
  8. Bistro J – French
  9. Blu Bar & Grill – Eclectic
  10. Bolera Brasserie – French
  11. Bouchee – French
  12. Bulli.Social – American
  13. Buzz – Cafe
  14. Cafe Coco – Caribbean
  15. Coconut Rock & Yashi Sushi Bar – Eclectic
  16. Crown & Anchor – Eclectic
  17. Dangelini’s Cafe – Cafe
  18. Devil’s Isle Cafe – European
  19. Flanagan’s Irish Pub – Irish
  20. Fourways Restaurant & Inn – European
  21. Harbourfront – International
  22. Harry’s – Steakhouse
  23. Hog Penny Pub – British
  24. House of India – Indian
  25. Jamaican Grill – Jamaican
  26. La Trattoria – Italian
  27. Lido Restaurant – Mediterranean
  28. Little Venice – Italian
  29. Lobster Pot & Boat House – Seafood
  30. L’Oriental – Asian
  31. Mad Hatters – European
  32. Marcus – Caribbean
  33. Mediterra – Mediterranean
  34. Mickey’s Beach Bistro – Seafood
  35. Port O’ Call – Seafood
  36. Portofino – Italian
  37. Rosa’s – Mexican
  38. Ruby Murrys – Indian
  39. Seaside Grill – Caribbean
  40. Spring Garden Restaurant – Caribbean
  41. Streetwize – British
  42. The Cottage Cafe & Bistro – Cafe
  43. The Docksider Pub & Restaurant – British
  44. The Pickled Onion – Caribbean
  45. The Red Carpet – European
  46. The Terrace – Caribbean
  47. Utopia – Contemporary
  48. Victoria Grill – American

St. George's & Eastern Parishes

  1. Blackbeard’s Hideout – Caribbean
  2. Carriage House – British
  3. Landfall Restaurant – Caribbean
  4. Mama Angies – Cafe
  5. North Rock Brewing Company – British
  6. Pizza House – Pizza
  7. Rustico Restaurant & Pizzeria – Italian
  8. Specialty Inn – Casual
  9. Swizzle Inn – Casual
  10. Tempest Bistro – French
  11. The Island Brasserie – Steakhouse
  12. The Point – Caribbean
  13. Tom Moore’s Tavern – Historical
  14. Victoire Cafe – Cafe
  15. Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio – Seafood
  16. White Horse Pub – Caribbean
  17. Yo Cherry – Fast Food

The Dockyard & Western Parishes

  1. Bacci – Italian
  2. Bone Fish Bar & Grill – Lively
  3. Breezes – Caribbean
  4. Coconuts – Caribbean
  5. Dockyard Pastry Shop – French
  6. Frog & Onion Pub – British
  7. Gulfstream – Seafood
  8. Henry VIII Restaurant – British
  9. Newport, a Gastropub – British
  10. Ocean Club – Seafood
  11. Somerset Country Squire – British
  12. The Burger at Wickets – American
  13. The Dining Room – European
  14. Waterlot Inn – Intimate

Bermuda Ferry (Blue Route)

The Hamilton Ferry Blue Route in Bermuda is a water transportation system that operates between the capital city of Hamilton and various destinations across the island. This route includes stops at popular tourist attractions such as the historic Dockyard, the town of Somerset, and St. George’s. The ferries operate daily from early morning until late evening, with departures every 30 minutes during peak times. The journey time between Hamilton and the Dockyard is approximately 20 minutes, with additional travel times varying depending on the destination. The ferries are equipped with comfortable seating, air conditioning, and refreshment services. The Hamilton Ferry Blue Route is a convenient and scenic way to explore Bermuda, offering visitors a unique perspective of the island’s picturesque landscapes and crystal-clear waters.

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