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5 More Places In Bermuda You’ve Probably Never Been To, Even If You’re A Local

How many of these perhaps lesser known local attractions have you visited?   Admiral’s Cave, Hamilton Parish This cave is so named because a British admiral was known to use troops to excavate and send cave formations back to the UK as souvenirs. Luckily, Bermudians are more conscious of cave conservation nowadays, but the name has stuck. Caves are very stable environments and can provide refuge for animals and plants once thought extinct. In addition, caves contain more endemic species…


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7 Things You Should Know about Spittal Pond

At 64-acres, Spittal Pond Nature Reserve is the largest national park on the island. It is co-owned by the Bermuda National Trust and the Bermuda Government and features rocky coastline, a large brackish pond, several freshwater ponds, marsh and woodland.…


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Into the Ocean Church Bay

Named after the picturesque St. Anne’s Church on the other side of the road, compact Church Bay is our best public beach for snorkelling, thanks to the potboilers of the reef which even at high tide are well within reach…


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The Definitive Guide to Snorkeling In Bermuda

If you're planning on spending time beneath the surface this summer, make sure you're prepared with our guide to snorkeling. Exploring the rocks, reefs and coves that house some of Bermuda's most colorful sea-life will be all the better if…


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Vintage Scenes of Bermudian Life

From preparing our classic Bermuda grass for planting, to relaxing under the shade of trees at Flatts Inlet, this photo gallery showcases the scenes from the lives of locals.                

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Make the Most Out of Your Visit to Cooper’s Island

Cooper’s Island was only connected to St. David’s Island in 1944, when U.S. military activities on island caused it to be developed into a base. At this time, Cooper’s Islands was closed to the public and fifteen ammunition storage bunkers…