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Winter in Bermuda

Dreaming of a breathtaking winter adventure?

Steal away to Bermuda, where the unexpected is the everyday and exploration is a way of life. In winter, stroll sandy pink shorelines and mysterious caves. Experience the flavours of Bermuda's globally inspired cuisine. Watch humpback whales splash in the turquoise surf. The winter escape of a lifetime starts now. See current flight schedules and check back monthly for updated information – flights will be added throughout the year.

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Escape to Bermuda: Winter Your Way

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A humpback whale breaches off Bermuda

Go Whale Watching

One of the best-kept secrets of the Atlantic Ocean is the population of humpback whales that migrate past Bermuda every winter. Find out how to spot them from land and sea during your winter excursion.

Cooper's Island Nature Reserve

Explore Cooper's Island

Rent a bicycle from Oleander Cycles in St. George’s, then pedal your way to Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve, a 12-acre refuge where you can explore hiking trails, spot seabirds and marvel at the hawksbill turtles that pop their heads up through its gin-clear waters. Get sweeping panoramas of the East End from the wildlife observation tower.

beach in bermuda

Beach Walks

Bermuda's famous beaches were made for exploring. See Bermuda's favourite beach walks and learn where to meander among rocky outcrops and sparkling pink sand, search for seaglass and more.

Port Royal Golf Course from above

Tee off at Port Royal

Start your day like a pro with 18 holes at Port Royal Golf Course, a sprawling 6,842-yard course that’s home to the Bermuda Championship. The PGA TOUR event will be played at the Robert Trent Jones-designed course through 2023. You can truly test your game here – if, of course, you can keep your eyes off its sweeping oceanfront vistas

Yoga pose alfresco at Grape Bay Beach

Beach Yoga

Align your chakras with a private yoga session overlooking the island’s stunning coastline. A certified instructor will meet you at a beautiful outdoor locale, and will lead you on your blissful Hatha or Vinyasa-style session. Namaste, indeed.

Luxe Picnic on the Beach

Grab a blanket, head to John Smith’s Bay and let the pros at Eettafel serve a luxurious picnic dinner on a private pink-sand beach. Dig into delicate apps and hearty mains (think tuna ceviche and beef short ribs) but make sure to leave room for dessert; decadent options like molten chocolate cake are a perfect way to end a peaceful day in paradise.

Family Adventures

A rocky outcrop on a serene pink sand beach

Horseback Riding on the Beach

Inspire a lifetime of family memories as you take in stunning coastal vistas and learn about the island while astride the majestic steeds of Watson Trail Rides. 

Crystal Caves, Bermuda

Kid-Approved Attractions

Much of Bermuda's allure lies in the natural beauty that permeates the island's 21 square miles. Inspire a sense of wonder in the little ones when you traverse the Crystal Caves and explore Tom Moore's Jungle.  Budding marine scientists will also love the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, a 41,000-square-foot discovery centre devoted to Bermuda’s vast marine ecosystem). Tip: Don’t miss an experience aboard Blue Echo, its virtual submersible that mimics a dive to a depth of 12,000 feet.

Exploring Dockyard

Bermuda's history is rich, fascinating and more intertwined with world history than you may know. Learn all about it at Royal Naval Dockyard as you discover opportunities for family fun.

Deep Dive: Adventures on the Railway Trail

No matter where you are on the island, this railroad-turned-pedestrian thoroughfare beckons you to go the distance.

Immerse Yourself in Bermuda: Tours & Excursions

Expert-led tours bring you face to face with the island's rich history, delectable flavours, glorious nature and irresistible cuisine.

Dishing on Bermuda: the Island's Can't-Miss Dining Scene

From fresh, island-grown fruit to local seafood, Bermudian cuisine is a surprising blend of cultural influences.

1 // Buttery Necklace, $175
With a pendant shaped like the roof of a traditional Bermuda buttery (so named since the structure kept dairy items cool before refrigeration), this elegant silver necklace from local designer Rebecca Little is perfect for any occasion on or off the island. 
& Partners, Par-La-Ville Road,  City of Hamilton

2 // Buccaneer Fudge, $8.95
A decadent blend of chocolate, cream, sugar, and butter – plus a healthy dose of rum – this sweet, albeit boozy, treat is the most popular variety of the Bermuda Fudge Company’s 21 flavours
Bermuda Fudge Company, Royal  Naval Dockyard

3 // Ceramic Tray, $198
Bermudiana is the island’s national flower, so it’s no wonder local artisan Barbara Finsness has captured their indigo essence for her latest Island Shop creation. Make a splash at your next dinner party with this elegant ceramic tray, which has several matching pieces when you’re ready to add to your collection. 
The Island Shop, City of Hamilton

4 // Nautilus Eau de Toilette, $95
Inspired by the sounds and scents of a Bermuda storm, the newest fragrance from Lili Bermuda is a crisp men’s eau-du-toilette with notes of verbena, bergamot and white musk.
Lili Bermuda, Front Street, City of Hamilton

5 // Apolis Tote Bag, $85  
Featuring the island’s nine parishes, this handsome carryall will forever remind you of your Bermuda vacation. It will also help you shop with a clear conscience: it’s made by mothers who receive Fair Trade wages and work in ethical conditions in Bangladesh. 
Atelerie, Reid Street, City of Hamilton

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