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Places to Discover: Spittal Pond
Our Bermuda

Places to Discover: Spittal Pond

Spittal Pond is Bermuda’s largest nature reserve and wildlife sanctuary, seen on contemporary maps of Bermuda as a reassuringly large green blob in Smith’s Parish. This stretch of land consists of a diverse range of habitats including a dramatic coastline, flora and fauna, brackish and freshwater ponds, a dairy farm, mangrove swamps, a spillover salt marsh flooded by the sea during storms, and extensive areas of woodlands. Of course, for families, it’s a scenic place to go for a reasonably…


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Virtual Tourist in Your Own Town: Bermuda’s Best Wrecks and Reefs

Explore Bermuda's most beautiful reefs and fascinating wrecks from the comfort of your living room. 1. Marie Celeste - South Shore</p> 2. Pollockshields - Elbow Beach, Bermuda</p> 3. Wreck Diving with Dr. Philippe Rouja and Conde Nast Traveler</p> 4. North…


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Bermuda’s Beaches Reimagined

Every Bermudian has their favourite beach, whether it be a secluded unnamed bay or a bustling, noisy shoreline but some beaches are better than others for very specific reasons. Here's our list of worthy beaches and why each should be…


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Vintage Visitors in Bermuda

Bermuda is another world, full of caves, ocean and forest to explore. From perching atop the lighthouse flagpole, to taking a leisurely bicycle ride around the island, we've compiled a gallery of Bermuda tourist scenes.          …


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Places to Discover: Fort Scaur

Located in the western parish of Sandys, Scaur Hill Fort and Park offer breathtaking views and lovely areas for exploring or picnicking. It’s an ideal place to visit on your way to or from Dockyard. Forts still have their uses…

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A Walk in Stokes Point

Mike, our friend Alison and I wander down a leafy lane and find Bermuda in blossom. The Surinam cherry flowers are out and the nasturtiums a blaze of orange and yellow. The path goes upward to a small clearing and…