The Holidays in Bermuda
The warm, safe winter getaway you crave awaits in Bermuda. Seasonal food and festivities make it the perfect home-away-from-home for the holidays. Watch Christmas sunrise on a pink-sand beach, savour a rich slice of rum cake with loved ones and marvel at thousands of twinkling lights adorning palm trees and sailboats. Do the holidays a little differently this year – all it takes is a quick flight.
For the latest travel protocols see our Guide for Bermuda-Bound Travellers.
From handmade perfume to pink-sand ornaments, tackle your list with these uniquely Bermudian gift ideas.
Learn more about island traditions like Christmas on the beach with Bermuda's Holiday Celebration Guide.
Fall & Winter Inspiration
Escape the everyday and get lost in Bermuda. From exploring sunken shipwrecks to hiking on a secluded beach, a beautiful climate and tons of activities mean it’s easy to turn your holiday into an island adventure. Discover how to spend the holidays in Bermuda.
Coral reefs teeming with marine life, labyrinthine underwater caves and inshore grottos, plus hundreds of shipwrecks – Bermuda conjures up a diver’s dreamscape. Don those flippers and prepare for mystery and adventure.
Some beach days, you just feel like lounging on a secluded stretch of sand away from the crowds. These spots have got you covered.
Spiny Lobster Season kicks off September 1 and lasts through March. You’ll find this island favourite in restaurants all over Bermuda – and once you taste it, you’ll know why.
Whether you are visiting us on island or planning your next trip and looking for items to inspire, we’ve curated a list of merchants who offer some of our favourite things and provide international shipping.
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Year-round sunshine, bright blue skies, and warm ocean breezes: Bermuda is blessed with a moderate climate and comfortable conditions.
Find vacation packages tailor-made to your interests, or book an extra night and save (like you needed an excuse to stay a little longer).
Located just a 90-minute flight from New York and two to three hours from other major US East Coast cities, Bermuda is closer than you’d think: you could be having lunch on the beach!