Culture

Our Bermuda

6 Kinds of Pain You’ve Experienced if You’re Bermudian
Our Bermuda

6 Kinds of Pain You’ve Experienced if You’re Bermudian

You can't be Bermudian if you haven't experienced at least some of these things: 1. Casuarina Cones This is 10x worse than stepping on a piece of Lego! All too often a relaxing barefoot day at the beach is thwarted by accidentally stepping on one of the dry, spiky cones. Casuarinas are often a coastal tree, and drop many of their cones near the beach – and it’s even worse if you’re barefoot on a flat surface and come in to…


Our Bermuda

The Newport Bermuda Race’s 53rd Anniversary!

Every other year in June, the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club docks are filled with sailboats arriving from Newport, Rhode Island after completing the Newport Bermuda Race. In it's  53rd year, more than 160 boats will make the 635-mile journey across…


Our Bermuda

5 Vintage Photos of Tall Ships

Tall Ships have always been a beautiful sight in Bermuda's harbours. Here are five vintage photos of these impressive boats that you're sure to love.      


Our Bermuda

11 Things to Know about Walsingham Before You Go

Walsingham Nature Reserve, or "Tom Moore's Jungle" as it's lovingly known, takes about two hours to explore. While some parts of the park demand sturdy shoes and light climbing, the views, lush vegetation and biodiversity make an afternoon spent in…


Our Bermuda

Around The Sound: Exploring the Distinctive Waters of Harrington Sound

Although Harrington Sound is a place of great scenic beauty, it is also unique from a biological and geological point of view. We Explore its distinctive waters, wildlife and surroundings. At first glance, Harrington Sound on a small tourist map…

Our Bermuda

5 Iconic Shipwrecks You Should Know About

Bermuda is well-known in the nautical community for its treacherous reef line; a minefield of coral reefs sinking ships since the early seventeenth century. Take a deeper dive into five of the most identifiable shipwrecks that Bermuda's waters have to…