Enjoy this Bermuda holiday, taking in the best of this Atlantic island, with white beaches, fascinating history and dazzling shipwrecks. From your relaxing hotel base, you can explore Bermuda – admiring the weathered stone of the Unfinished Church, snorkelling with colourful fish around one of the many shipwrecks on the reef and cooking up a local codfish breakfast with a local family. Stroll along the curved sands of Horseshoe Bay, feel the breeze on your face and watch the sunset into the Atlantic Ocean.
This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements; please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.
Depart the UK from your chosen airport. On arrival in Bermuda, you will be met at the airport and driven to your hotel, checking in for 8 nights.
With a British history stretching back for centuries, this volcanic island is home to white-washed lighthouses, pristine beaches, and a wonderful climate, with sunny days and cool, ocean breezes. You’ve got seven full days to relax and enjoy Bermuda.
We’ve included a few day tours to make the most of your time in Bermuda. On Day 3, you’ll be picked up in the morning and head to a local’s house, where you’ll be learning to make a classic Bermudan breakfast. Chat with your friendly host, while you put together a codfish and potatoes breakfast with banana, avocado butter sauce, eggs, and sautéed onions. It’s a great way to learn about local culture and tuck into a delicious dish.
On Day 6, you’ll head off on a half-day tour of the island. There are so many spots to explore – learn about the naval history of the island at the Royal Naval Dockyard, see the smallest chapel on the island and stroll along a pink sand beach. See the Governor’s Mansion on the north coast and finish in the capital of Hamilton, where you can admire the limestone buildings and colourful shops.
After breakfast, you’ll be driven back to the airport for your flight home.
Bermuda is often mistakenly considered to be in the Caribbean but being so much further north means it does not have a specific rainy season. There is enough rainfall each month to keep the island lush and green but the Gulf Stream keeps the island warm and frost-free, despite its location in the north Atlantic Ocean. The climate is sub-tropical, with mild winters and hot summers, with high humidity between May and October. Hurricanes don’t usually reach this far north but if they do make landfall it’s between June and September.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests, and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you.