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Nature & Natural Wonders

One Small Island, Many Paths to Paradise

Atlantic Ocean waters, pink-sand beaches and rocky coves connect with bays, parks, preserves, marshes, forests, gardens, caves and grottos, providing homes for a huge variety of flora and fauna. From 40-ton humpback whales to colourful lizards and rare birds, Bermuda is teeming with wildlife and natural wonders big and small. Consider this your guide to the island's natural attractions, whether you’re looking for major points of interest or secluded scenic hideaways.

Nature & Natural Wonders Listings

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Admiralty House Park

Spanish Point Rd., Pembroke

Hamilton & Central Bermuda | Nature Reserves | Historic Buildings & Landmarks | Hiking & Walking

Find walking trails, ruins, underground tunnels and a secluded beach ringed with limestone cliffs at this small park...

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Gilbert Nature Reserve

29 Somerset Rd., Sandys

Royal Naval Dockyard & the West End | Nature Reserves | Historic Buildings & Landmarks

Explore five acres of unspoiled woodland near Somerset Village at the Gilbert Nature Reserve, home to some of Bermuda...

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National Museum of Bermuda

The Keep, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys

Royal Naval Dockyard & the West End | Museums | Wildlife & Animal Attractions | Historic Buildings & Landmarks | Historic Forts | Independent Meeting Venues

Explore more than 500 years of Bermuda’s history, from the settling of the island to its importance as a hub of...

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