Travel: Bermuda

Jet Skiing at the Bermuda Triangle

Start your adventure by jet skiing your way onto the famous Bermuda Triangle. Take a leap off to the open waters in the mysterious spot that made Bermuda famed. Aside from the chance to explore the fabled waters, you can do other activities like feeding the local schools of fish that resides in the area.

Make your own Custom Scent

The historic City of St. George is UNESCO world heritage site and was settled in 1692. St George is one of the island’s precious gems and the oldest English community in the island chain. Amid the town’s many legendary sites is Lili Bermuda. It’s an old-world perfumery where each bottle sold is still filled by hand. If you wanted to bring out the hidden scientist in you and wanted to craft your own customized scent, the head perfumer will gladly help you create your own.

Visit the Turtles From a Paddle Board

Truly, it won’t complete the trip to Bermuda if one will not take a dip into those crystal clear waters. Another must experience is to see the swimming sea turtles. Exploring some of the area’s more isolated beaches and get your muscle stretch above the water by taking a stand up paddleboard tour.

Explore the Historic with Bike Tour

Bermuda island chain is rich in history when pirate lore is the topic. To get the vibe of the island, the bike tour is one of the best ways. Ride into your bike and proceed to the tour and cruise along the Bermuda Railway Trail. This trail is an unused national rail project that’s been shown as one of the world’s most appealing recreational trails. Head your way after to Fort Scaur, where you’ll see awesome views of the bay.

Watch at America’s Cup

Bermuda’s Great Sound played host to the 2017 America’s Cup which is the earliest international sailing race in the world. Go ahead and make your way to the Royal Naval Dockyard to see the best sailors of our time racing the fastest boats in the sea for the prestigious award. America’s Cup Village will run a number of concerts,  entertainment by Bermuda’s local cultural artists and a host of Bermuda’s famous seafood.


Sunset Watching from the Water

If you can’t get in on America’s Cup action you can still have some seafaring adventure. Every Friday evening, you can catch favorable yacht cruises aboard the UberVida, a 70-foot-long catamaran which provides its service for special events like celebratory sailing. You can enjoy the view of the sunset while drinking your favorite cocktails and some hip sways.


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