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Tourist in Your Own Town: Warwick Parish

Who knew there was so much do to in Warwick Parish? For both visitors to the island and locals too, there's plenty of natural splendour to be found in Warwick - here are some of our favourites.   1. Astwood Park Astwood Park is one of the more “local” parks, compared to the more tourist-y areas like Horseshoe Bay nearby. The steep climb down to the actual beach makes it the perfect secluded romantic spot. The snorkelling off of south…


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5 Bermudian Sights You’ve Probably Never Seen, Even If You Live Here

This year, resolve to see more of Bermuda's natural wonders. Here are 5 things you've probably never seen in Bermuda but probably should.   Coral Spawn Every summer, our corals participate in a spectacular spawning event. These animals are attached…


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Field Notes: The Calabash Tree

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the December 1952 issue of The Bermudian. It appears here exactly as it did originally.    An interesting tree found growing in some of the old established gardens of…


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Bermuda Beasts: West Indian Topshell

Endemic to Bermuda, the West Indian Topshell is a large marine snail that lives on rocky shoreline on the South Shore and in the east end. This species is legally protected in Bermuda and should never be collected dead or…


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Swim in Bioluminescence this Summer

Missed out on the glow worms? Don’t worry, you can see amazing bioluminescence in Bermuda’s waters any evening this summer. An evening swim in Bermuda wouldn’t be complete without glittering bioluminescent algae. At nighttime in the warmer months, the algae…

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Edible Arrangements: Bermuda Flowers You Can Eat

Edible flowers add a beautiful aesthetic to any meal that makes them instantly Instagram worthy.   1. Nasturtium Both the leaves and petals of the nasturtium plant are packed with nutrition, containing high levels of vitamin C. This peppery flavour…