Girls Getaway to Bermuda: A 4-Day Itinerary

From sunrise yoga to sunset cruises, this girls getaway itinerary promises to provide a trip full of unforgettable island experiences.

Escape to paradise with your girlfriends by your side as you all dive into crystal-clear waters, relax on pink-sand beaches, and savour delicious island food and drink. Bermuda is recognised as one of the safest and most welcoming island nations. It’s also an easy, short nonstop flight from the US east coast. Come experience why Bermuda is so alluring.

  • Friend Getaways,
  • Itineraries
Friends are splashing in the water on a beach.


Enjoy panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean at Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa on Bermuda’s West End. The recently renovated, cottage-style retreat offers four private beaches and three on-site restaurants, making it easy to relax in true island style.

On the East End, The Loren at Pink Beach is perched on a cliff above the ocean. This luxury property recently hosted the women of BRAVO’s Real Housewives. In addition to the striking modern design and breathtaking views, The Loren also boasts an on-site spa with four treatment rooms if the girls want to schedule some time for self-care and pampering.

Interior view of suite at The Loren


After settling in at your accommodation, rent an electric vehicle. Since standard cars aren’t available on the island, Bermuda’s electric microcars (which have two seats per vehicle) offer a safe and convenient way to explore the island at your own pace. Just don’t forget to drive on the left side of the road!

Day 1


Wake up in paradise and enjoy a slow morning. After a delicious breakfast beachside, soak up the sun, take a dip in the pool, and enjoy easing into island time. 

A few hours later, eat a casual lunch at the only sports bar in Bermuda’s West End, Boundary Sports Bar & Grille. For a menu featuring both Italian and Bermudian dishes, have lunch at Bella Vista Bar & Grill while dining greenside at the heart of the Port Royal Golf Course. 

Spend the afternoon  sunbathing on Bermuda’s most famous stretch of sand at Horseshoe Bay Beach. Sink your toes into the velvety pink sand and sip on Rum Swizzles and other cocktails from Horseshoe Bay Live & Concession. The concession also rents beach chairs and umbrellas. For a more active spin on your beach day, join the locals in a game of beach volleyball, seek out tropical fish with some snorkelling, or go for a walk to discover neighboring beaches and coves.

Two women friends walking along horseshoe bay.

Once everyone is feeling sun-kissed, it’s time to get ready for dinner. Looking for scenic al fresco dining and sunset views? At the nearby Blu Bar & Grill, located at the Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa, you can savour sushi, steak, or pasta while watching boats pass by on Bermuda’s Great Sound. Looking for a quiet place to catch up with the girls? In Smith’s Parrish, near The Loren, enjoy the cosy atmosphere of 10 South, where you can indulge in cocktails and seasonal cuisine.

Day 2


Kick off your day with a dive into Bermuda’s fascinating history and heritage. On the East End, Long Story Short offers popular walking and electric bike tours in the Town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The newest tour – History with a Twist – is a collaboration with Bermuda’s own Goslings Rum. Sip on signature craft cocktails while you explore 18-century buildings and unique historic sites.

Head to the nearby White Horse Pub & Restaurant for lunch, one of the oldest pubs in St. George’s. In addition to pizza and burgers, the menu also offers fresh seafood and steaks. Or close to St. Catherine’s Beach, discover the catch of the day at the St. Regis Bermuda Resort Bar or sip on one of the bar’s delicious cocktails. A gorgeous new luxury resort, the St. Regis is the perfect place for snapping photos and is sure to get some Instagram love.

Explore St. George’s with the girls and stop in at the Lili Bermuda Perfumery for island-inspired scents. This celebrated local perfumery also offers a workshop where you can learn about the science of perfume making and create your own signature fragrance.

A group of friends are posing outside of Lili Bermuda

Next, head back to Hamilton for a sunset mini cruise with UberVida. Cruise through Hamilton Harbour and Paradise Lakes to unwind after another day in paradise. It’s a great way to meet locals and other visitors, and there’s a DJ on board to set the scene.

Located on Front Street in the centre of Hamilton, find fresh-caught seafood and homemade pasta at Port O’ Call. Enjoy harbour views from the patio while sipping on a glass of wine from the award-winning wine list. 

Day 3


Start your day with a sense of calm and connection with a sunrise yoga session with Salt Yoga. Embrace the serenity as you all recharge your mind, body, and soul before taking on the day. 

There’s no better way to see the island than from the water. The girls will love taking in the beautiful scenery aboard New Wave Catamaran’s Sushi & Sail or Restless Native's Island Adventure. Choose from a selection of handmade sushi featuring fresh Bermuda fish and admire water views and stunning houses as you sail. Stop at islands like King’s Point or Gibbet’s Island for swimming, snorkelling, and more photo ops.

Restless Native Catamaran sailing on blue waters.

Sip on classic Bermudian cocktails and celebrate the local flavours of the island at The Birdcage. This roofop bar in the heart of Hamilton also offers music from local talent with a revolving lineup of artists performing. Fun fact: the “cage” was created in the 1960s by Bermuda’s first city engineer to protect police officers directing traffic.

Head to the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, affectionately known as the Pink Palace – it’s a picture perfect backdrop for the squad glam shots. Dine at Intrepid for an upscale dining experience. This steak, seafood, and raw bar offers modern twists on classic American dishes. For internationally inspired cuisine, Island Brasserie at Rosewood offers roasted chateaubriand, carved table-side, with a classic Crêpes Suzette flambéed with a touch of Bermuda's finest rum for dessert.

Day 4


Start the day by tapping into your natural side. Stroll the winding walking trails of scenic Spittal Pond Nature Reserve near The Loren. This peaceful oceanfront reserve is one of the island’s largest and most untouched natural spaces. Spot local wildlife including migrating birds plus local flora like Bermuda Cedar, olivewoods, and spice trees. . Seek out Portuguese Rock, thought to be the oldest evidence of humans on the island.

Spend the rest of the day beachside at John Smith’s Bay. Grab a casual, island-style lunch at BQ Beach Grill, which serves up beachy classics from land and sea. Then experience this popular local’s beach and soak up the sights and sounds of Bermuda’s incredible shores. The reefs make for great snorkelling, or you can spread out your beach towel on the long strip of pink sand and simply enjoy the sunshine.

A sunset view of Breezes at Cambridge Beaches

One of Bermuda’s favourite outdoor restaurants, Breezes at Cambridge Beaches is the perfect location to spend your last night on the island. Dine oceanside and choose from traditional favourites or vegan and gluten-free options. As you savour your final night, toast to friendship and good island times!


Consider travelling to Bermuda during Independence Day or Labour Day Weekend. During this time of year, you’ll find an exciting mix of weekly live entertainment and cultural signature events to enhance your island adventure.



Bermuda In Your Inbox

We want to make you excited to check your mail.
Stay in the loop on events, offers and what’s happening in Bermuda.