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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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Blue Hole Park

Blue Hole Hill, Hamilton Parish

St. George's & the East End | Nature Reserves

Walk the trails of Blue Hole Park to find secluded caves and idyllic grottoes nestled into the area Bermudians call...

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Cooper's Island Nature Reserve

Cooper's Island Rd., St. George's

St. George's & the East End | Beaches | Nature Reserves

Explore 12 acres of pristine nature reserve to spot seabirds, giant land crabs and ancient Bermuda cedar trees on...

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Spittal Pond Nature Reserve

South Rd., Smith's

St. George's & the East End | Nature Reserves

Visit one of the island’s largest and most untouched open spaces to spot numerous resident and migrating birds, as...

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