Unforgettable Spring Tours in Bermuda

Experience the beauty of springtime in Bermuda with memorable tours on land and sea. Whether you explore by bike, boat, plane, or tuk tuk, you’re bound to have an unforgettable island adventure.

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Aerial view from a plane.

Bermuda’s idyllic spring weather makes this season ideal for touring and exploring the island. Average high temperatures in spring range from 72 to 76 degrees Fahrenheit (22-24 degrees Celsius), with plenty of sunshine.

Just a short flight from the U.S. east coast, Bermuda makes it easy to find a spring getaway full of rich culture, nature, and island adventure. Here are some of the best tours for springtime.

Admire Sky-High Views of Bermuda 

Explore the stunning archipelago of Bermuda from new heights with Blue Sky Flights. These intimate tours give you gorgeous views from the cockpit of a small plane – you’ll enjoy a wide panorama that you can’t get on a commercial flight. 

Fly over classic locations like the famous South Shore beaches, Paradise Lakes, and back over Hamilton and Flatt’s Inlet. Be sure to bring a camera for once-in-a-lifetime photo ops. Flights take place 9 a.m. to sunset, 7 days a week and are by appointment only. 

See Iconic Landmarks on a Tuk Tuk Tour

Book a tuk tuk (rickshaw) tour with Tuk Tuk Tours and discover hidden gems in a unique way. These three-wheeled vehicles wind through the narrow streets of Bermuda offering an up-close view of the rich history and photo-worthy sights.

The Island Tour makes stops at popular spots and at special hideaways beloved by locals. For those wanting to see the beauty of the island, the Bermuda Triangle Tour stops at tucked away beaches perfect for soaking up the sun and relaxing to the sound of the waves. The tuk tuks are open-air and can accommodate up to 4 passengers. Tours can range from 2 hours to a full day, depending on the itinerary, and can be customised to suit the interest and preferences of the passengers.

A group are sitting in a tuk tuk tour.

Sip Cocktails & Soak Up History with Long Story Short

Step foot into Long Story Short on the East End and you’ll find books by women of color, eco-friendly gifts, and other custom goods. Owner, award-winning Bermudian blogger, and entrepreneur Kristin White, not only perfectly curates the shelves of the store but also offers popular walking and electric bike tours that celebrate the island’s history. Her new tour, History with a Twist, allows guests to sip on signature craft cocktails at each site while discovering the history of the 18th century buildings in St. George. 

When visiting in April, guests can book a tour around the only-in-Bermuda Peppercorn Ceremony in St. George’s King’s Square. This ceremony includes a parade full of officials and dignitaries in formal dress, military music, and a classic Town Crier bellowing introductions. It’ll give you a fascinating glimpse back in time.

Spot Gentle Giants on a Whale Watching Tour

In March and April, majestic humpback whales pass through the waters off Bermuda as they migrate north to feeding grounds in Canada, Greenland, and Iceland. West Whale Bay Park overlooks the open Atlantic from Bermuda’s southwest coast, providing an ideal vantage point for both whale spotting and watching ocean sunsets. 

For the ultimate experience, try catching a glimpse of these gentle giants from the water – Island Tour Centre offers whale-watching tours in March and April. 

A whale is swimming in the water.

Blend Biking & Swimming with Social Cycles

Social Cycles reflects the warm, hospitable people of Bermuda. Based on their name, Social Cycles, their belief is that cycling should be fun, and they hope to cultivate the love of riding in others. Become one with nature and get immersed in the history of Bermuda on the Pedal & Dip e-bike tour. 

The ride feels effortless as the e-bike will boost the pedal power. Starting at UNESCO World Heritage site of St. George and ending at Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve for a swim, this 1.5-hour tour combines beautiful views with an easy paced ride.

Appreciate the Island’s Art Scene with Self-Guided Tours

Immerse yourself in Bermuda’s rich art scene with a self-guided tour. Explore the exhibits at BSoA (Bermuda Society of the Arts) at your own pace. You’ll find a mix of art in various forms, from modern watercolors to photography capturing dramatic island landscapes. BSoA is closed Sundays and public holidays but open Monday-Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Also in the City of Hamilton, tour the collections of the Bermuda National Gallery, which was voted Best Museum in the 2022 Best of Bermuda Awards. Admission is free and the museum is open five days a week.



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