How to enjoy the island like a visitor. 




Where to Stay
The St. Regis Bermuda Resort, 34 Coot Pond Road, St. Catherine’s Beach, St. George’s
Bermuda’s newest resort is the oceanfront escape of the highest caliber.

Where to Eat
Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio
You can’t go wrong with Chef Alfred’s award-winning fish chowder or wahoo tacos.

White Horse Pub & Restaurant
Dine waterside at Bermuda’s oldest pub! The beer-battered fish and chips and the buttery blackened wahoo are pub favourites and totally worth it.

Mama Angie’s Coffee Shop
For an authentic fish sandwich, head to Mama Angie’s. But it’s a good idea to call ahead: If they don’t get the fish they want from a fisherman they trust, they don’t make the sandwich that day.

BruMae Gourmet
A boutique Italian market serving quality meats, cheeses, pastas, breads and homemade pastries. Don’t leave without ordering one of their authentic Italian coffees.

What to Drink
Gates Bay Bloody Mary at The St. Regis Bermuda Resort, St. George’s
It was a bartender at The St. Regis New York’s King Cole Bar who invented the Bloody Mary and since then the tomato and vodka-based cocktail has been a signature of the hotel brand, with each location creating their own special interpretation of the original. Bermuda’s was created in partnership with Gosling’s Rum and is named after the beach on which the hotel is located.

What to Do
Private Tour of St. George’s with Kristin White
Learn about the old town with Kristin White, who marries her love for St. George’s with her prolific knowledge of Bermuda’s history. Kristin will take you through the winding back alleys that paved the way for the island’s social and economic history in what was Bermuda’s first capital. Visit for more information and to book.

Immerse Yourself in Bermuda’s Natural World with Marine Experts
Learn about Bermuda’s biodiversity from the island’s leading experts from the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS). After a tour of the facility, you’ll board BIOS’s boat for a journey to Cooper’s Island where you’ll hike the coastal park to a nearby reef where you’ll dive in and learn about the coral reefs. It goes without saying that this is a once-in-a-lifetime educational adventure.




Where to Stay
The Ledgelets Cottage Collective, 6 Ledgelets Drive, Sandys
Beautifully decorated and with fully equipped kitchens, the cottages at The Ledgelets are ideal for families seeking rest and relaxation in the west end. Visit to book.

Where to Eat
Woody’s, 1 Boaz Island, Somerset
Home of this year’s best fish sandwich, Woody’s is one of the island’s only restaurants that you can arrive at by boat.

Breezes at Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa, 30 King’s Point Road, Sandys
Dine beachside by candlelight! Try the Mango-BBQ Chicken with locally sourced honey-roasted carrots and root vegetable gratin.

De Island Shack, 56 Somerset Road, Somerset
Featuring a wide variety of homemade baked goods, milkshakes, smoothies, and more, De Island Shack is the ideal place to go to beat the heat

What to Drink
Rising Son II Champagne Sunset Sail
Climb aboard the Rising Son II catamaran, Bermuda’s best party boat, for a sunset champagne cruise around the Great Sound. Visit to book.

What to Do
Bermuda Shipwreck Snorkel
Explore a real shipwreck while taking in the vibrancy of Bermuda’s coral reefs on this adventure suitable for all ages. Visit to book.