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Hello, BermudaFall!

Abundant sunshine and warm sea breezes linger longer in Bermuda. For you, that means summer doesn't really have to end just yet. These stunning shores promise a flawless fall getaway, from perfect beach days and outdoor adventures to alfresco dining and island-style holiday traditions. Discover your BermudaFall, just a two-hour flight from the U.S. East Coast. To plan the perfect fall escape, check out the latest Bermuda traveller info, see protocols and current flight schedules. Check back monthly for updated information – flights will be added throughout the year.

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Thanks to the Gulf Stream, warmth and sunshine linger longer out here in fall. Average air temperatures range between 80 and 85 fahrenheit (27-29 degrees celsius) in September and October, and only slightly cool off in November and December. And with a low likelihood of rainfall, fall offers the perfect climate for outdoor activities like hiking, boating, beachcombing and experiencing the holidays, Bermuda-style.

Fall Fun, Just Your Style

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Walk, Jog or Bike the Railway Trail

Rent a bike or lace up your sneakers and head to a stretch of the Bermuda Railway Trail, which runs from end to end. Pass through lush wilderness and take in dramatic vistas of the coastline, farms and cottages along the way. Recharge your batteries at one of the many local eateries near the trail.

Get Immersed in Nature

Experience some of the island's most pristine spots with a customised excursion through Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve, Turtle Beach and Long Bay and explore these once-off-limits conservation areas. Climb to the top of the observation tower for sweeping ocean views and to spot wildlife like the Bermuda longtail, and stop for a swizzle at Gombey's.

Forage for edible wild herbs and plants in Bermuda
Bermuda's Botanical Bounty

Join a foraging tour alongside naturalist Doreen Williams-James, whose Wild Herbs and Plants excursion uncovers Bermuda’s edible plants. When you’re done, stay for a picnic lunch of vegan specialties on Turtle Bay, where you’ll enjoy grilled vegetable sandwiches with pesto and wild spinach, raw aloe brownies and allspice iced tea.

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Rent an Electric Hummer

Start your day by renting a miniature Hummer, a scaled-down electric version of the popular American SUV, available at Rugged Rentals in St. George’s. Once you’re behind the wheel, make a beeline for the Pink Beach Club at The Loren, a chic seaside restaurant where you can eat lobster hash and short ribs Benedict.

Charter a Luxury Boat

Getting out on the water here is a must, so why not do it in style by chartering a luxury sailboat or yacht through one of the island's charter boat companies? Spend the day cruising the coastline aboard the Azalea, a luxury catamaran available through True Bermuda Charters.

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Curate a Luxe Picnic

With its mild climate, radiant sunshine and astonishing natural scenery, Bermuda is perfect for alfresco dining. Opt for a picnic on a pink-sand beach, atop a dramatic coastal cliff or wherever the sunset drives you. Let luxury picnic provider Eettafel serve up a tantalizing spread that's as photogenic as your surroundings.

Have a Custom Bonfire

There's nothing like an evening spent beside a glowing bonfire, with your toes in the sand and the ocean lapping nearby. Let Bermuda Bonfires create this quintessential Bermuda experience for you at the beach – or other open outdoor spot – of your choice. Bonus: the experience is completely customisable.

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Hire a Chef

It's the ultimate splurge: hiring one of the island's greatest culinary talents to create a gorgeous, bespoke dinnertime spread for you and your crew to savour. The available cuisine Bermuda's personal chefs can create ranges from BBQ and seafood to fully vegan fare.

On & Around the Water

Thanks to the Gulf Stream, Bermuda and its surrounding waters remain pleasantly warm well into the fall months, lending itself to the island's enduring love affair with all things aquatic. Here are the top ways to experience Bermuda's marine culture.

Seasonal Eats

With such a voluminous natural bounty from the land and the water, Bermuda is home to a blossoming food scene that comes to life in fall, when spiny lobster season draws locals to the surf and pleasantly warm temperatures invite you to experience every meal al fresco.

Experience the Holidays in Bermuda

Dreaming of a pink Christmas? From uniquely Bermudian traditions to gifts you'll only find out here, see why there's no place like Bermuda for the holidays.

Experience Black Golfers Week

World-renowned golf – and great conversations about making the sport more inclusive – are in store during the inaugural Bermuda Black Golfers Week, taking place Oct. 28-31.

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Shopping: What to Bring Back

1 // Sea Fan Pendant, $50 Destined for explorers, beachcombers and mermaids, this colourful statement piece is handmade from cruelty-free coral that’s found and never harvested. (La Garza Boutique & Design Studio, Bridge Street, Town of St. George; shop online here.)

2 // Outerbridge’s Original Sherry Pepper, $7.95 Not just for Bermuda fish chowder, this versatile seasoning and Bermuda pantry staple features 17 herbs and spices. It adds a kick to soups, stews and the occasional Bloody Mary. (Bermuda Duty Free, L.F. Wade International Airport; also available online.) 

3 // Bermuda Rockpool Bowl, from $85 The island’s natural tide pools are recreated through a stunning mix of stoneware clay and salt-glazed porcelain by master ceramicist Jon Faulkner. (Jon Faulkner Gallery, Royal Naval Dockyard)

4 // Bermuda-Born Leather Bags, from $49 Designed in Bermuda and made in Portugal by skilled leather craftspeople, these timeless bags in island hues will transport you to Bermuda along your daily commute. (FH Boutique, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club)


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