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Be a Tourist in Your Own Town: Sandys

If you don't live in Sandys, you might only know it for its cricket club that competes against the rival, St. George, every summer in Cup Match, but it has much more to offer.   1. Daniel’s Head Daniel’s Head is a beautiful and secluded beach at the west end of the island. Green turtles graze in the abundant sea grass here, and they are relatively docile compared to populations of turtles elsewhere on the island. They seem to have…


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Tourist in Your Own Town: Christmas Edition

  Festive outdoor events committed to COVID-19 safety protocols are jingling our bells right now over here at The Bermudian. In the spirit of staying on the Nice List, i.e., keeping your community safe and sound, we have rounded up…


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9 Relics from Life in Old Bermuda

Sometimes we get nostalgic for old Bermuda, for the peacefulness and tranquility of what daily life on our shores used to be like. When nostalgia strikes, only a walk down memory lane will suffice and with that, we give you…


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5 Ways to See Bermuda from a Different Perspective

As the corona virus pandemic continues, many Bermudians are canceling their usual holiday pilgrimages and the months without travel  are piling up. When you've remained stationary in a certain place long enough, you can begin to feel trapped. In Bermuda,…


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6 Questions Every Bermudian Has Been Asked

No matter where a Bermudian may travel to, the questions one receives from strangers are often the same. While it can get frustrating at times to dodge seemingly endless questions about the Bermuda Triangle, there is relief in knowing that…

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Bermuda’s Caves Reimagined

After breaking down the best Beaches, Forts, and Parks, we're exploring local cave habitats and giving the scoop on which is best and why.   Accessibility - Crystal Caves The most classic Bermuda cave, attracting visitors and locals alike. The story goes…