A jewel of an island out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda is world-renowned for its incredible beaches, colonial sites, and fantastic outdoor activities on land and at sea.
This British Overseas Territory enjoys a robust tourist economy thanks to its many natural gifts and legendary place in the lore of both naval and pirate history.
Over 70,000 people happily make Bermuda their home, with St. George’s laying claim to the highest population at about 2,000, while the capital of Hamilton is even smaller. A treasure trove of caves (such as the famous Crystal Caves), coves like Horseshoe Bay Beach, and striking seaside strolls are distributed throughout the island. Historical points of interest include The Royal Naval Dockyard, St. Peter’s Church, the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, Fort St. Catherine, Scaur Hill Fort, Admiralty House Park, and Fort Hamilton. The old streets of St. George’s are also well-known as a unique way to learn the story of Bermuda’s history via the legends behind the street names.