5 Great Reasons to Visit Bermuda in February

Love is in the air next month, and Bermuda is ready to welcome you and yours with incredible deals and exciting activities. Whether you’re after world-class golfing, dazzling theatre, or rich history, Bermuda comes alive in February – which just so happens to be one of the season’s most lovely, temperate times to visit.

Here are five great reasons to visit Bermuda in February.

1. Feel the Love Month (16 January to 3 March). Celebrate love in one of the world’s most romantic destinations – Bermuda. Feel the Love Month is loaded with special offers and romantic experiences.

· At the world-renowned Port Royal Golf Course, couples receive 50 percent off green fees on Mondays and Thursdays from 8.30 a.m. to noon.

· On Tuesdays from 1.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m., couples can sip on complimentary champagne and listen to jazz after a guided tour of the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.

· And on Fridays from 2.00 p.m. to 3.30 p.m., hop aboard a Love Cruise and explore Hamilton Harbour’s romantic hideaways while enjoying complimentary refreshments.

For a complete listing of events, download our Feel the Love Month brochure.

2. Spring Break (18 February to 24 February). Beach parties, contests, cruises, clubs – it’s all happening during Spring Break. And did we mention free event passes and discounted stays at Coco Reef Resorts, starting at $79.99? Come see why Bermuda is the perfect place to unwind with close friends. And who knows – maybe you’ll just meet that special someone as you sunbathe on one of our stunning beaches. Click here for complete details.

3. Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts (17 January to 26 February). Now in its 36th year, the Festival brings together artists from all over the globe to celebrate theatre, dance, and music. This year’s Festival will host the Jon Faddis Jazz Orchestra from New York; the South African play “Mother to Mother”; Oregon-based Imago Theatre’s production of “ZooZoo,” a family-friendly spectacle in which masked and costumed actors transform themselves into playful animals; and dozens of other performances. Check out the Festival’s website for a complete schedule

4. Visitor Golf Tournament (weekly). Bermuda is a golfer’s paradise, especially during the temperate winter months. Throughout February, Port Royal Golf Course and Ocean View Golf Course offer deals including reduced rates and prizes for tournament winners. Check out Port Royal’s and Ocean View’s websites for complete information. 

5. Old Town Tour & Historical Re-enactments (Every Wednesday and Saturday). Watch Bermuda’s history come to life by heading to King’s Square in historic St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site town. Take a guided tour through the charming town’s winding alleys, meet the town mayor, and witness the St. George’s Town Crier conducting an 18th-century trial in King’s Square.

And let’s not forget all the things that make Bermuda special year-round: pink sand beaches, world-class restaurants, restorative spas, and friendly, and welcoming locals.

Have you visited Bermuda in February? What’s the most romantic experience you had while visiting? 

Posted on 26 January, 2012 | Permalink

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