Travel & Leisure: 25 Best Things To Do

May 11, 2024 | 1 Comment

From Jet Skiing across turquoise waters to relaxing in a cave spa, this Atlantic island offers more than pink-sand beaches, according to a story in the Travel and Leisure.

The story said, “Located about 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina, Bermuda is known for its pink-sand beaches and immaculate golf courses. The Atlantic island offers mild year-round temperatures and an abundance of blue skies, while gentle trade winds temper the summer heat and create some of the world’s best sailing conditions.

“A Bermuda vacation offers no shortage of unforgettable sights and activities, from exploring historic forts to snorkeling among vibrant reefs and even indulging in spa treatments in a cave. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or your significant other, discover the best things to do in Bermuda.

Grab a Twizy and hit the south shore.

“Bermuda is well known for its moped culture, but there’s another fun way for visitors to explore the island: by renting a Twizy. Standing for “twin” and “easy,” the two-seater electric Twizy is designed by Renault’s Formula One racing team and can travel up to 50 miles on a single charge. But don’t worry if you plan to cruise all day. You can power up at your hotel or various “Oasis Points” around the island.

Explore the Crystal Caves.

“Bermuda’s spectacular scenery doesn’t stop at the beaches. Go on an underground guided tour to discover the otherworldly beauty of Crystal Caves, located in Hamilton Parish. Formed during the ice age and discovered in the early 1900s, this fascinating subterranean world features dramatic limestone formations [hanging stalactites and protruding stalagmites] surrounding a deep, crystal-clear lake. Celebrated author Mark Twain is said to have been the first tourist to descend into the Crystal Caves in 1908. The caves also inspired Jim Henson’s beloved 1980s series, Fraggle Rock.”

Read the full story here on the Travel and Leisure website.

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  1. PA says:

    Several years ago the Department of Tourism no longer offered for our visitors an evening of Intrernational Balroom Dancing at the Pembroke Princess Hotel every Tuesday evenings from 8 pm until.
    The evening was free.
    There was a sign posted at the arrival terminal at the Airport.
    Upwards of 250 visitors came from hotels all over the island to join in .
    We often had repeat visitors, some extended their vacations to the following week.
    We were provided with a top of the line sound system .
    The music was strict tempo ballroom with a full variety from Latin Samba to the Viennese Waltz and many of the tunes favorites our visitors remembered from their Prom . One couple from Australia put on a stunning exhibition.
    Unfortunately it all came to an end shall I say due to in short , interference.

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