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Discover three keys to Bermuda’s vibrant culture and original island style.
There are Bermuda shorts, of course. But local designers, jewellers and artists are collaborating to redefine island style in Bermuda.
Savour it all, from fresh local lobster and fish to rum-spiked drinks, cakes and chowders.
Be in-the-know with this quick guide to the island’s most commonly used self-coined words and phrases.
Bermuda welcomes the yachts from this round the world sailing race.
Get your party on, Carnival-style, at one of the island’s biggest summer celebrations.
Bermuda’s major annual events and festivals create a diverse lineup of celebrations happening all year long.
Make yourself at home exploring Bermuda’s cosy 21 miles. To get a lay of the land, take a closer look at the island’s three main regions.
Shop, dine and sightsee at Royal Naval Dockyard, then hit the pink-sand beach.
Discover the cosmopolitan capital and nearby beaches, parks, gardens and golf.
Explore British colonial history in St. George’s, see a jungle and tour caves.
With more than 300 shipwrecks along its reef-lined shores spanning almost four centuries, Bermuda was once known as the "Isle of Devils."
Thoughtful itineraries put together by Bermudians in-the-know will guide you to the island’s best spots.
Follow them step-by-step or mix and match the pieces to create your own.
When you visit, share your Bermuda photos using #Bermudaful and #GoToBermuda.
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