Mark Twain once said, “You can go to heaven if you want to. I’d rather stay in Bermuda.” And upon arrival on the island it’s easy to see why. The picturesque paradise boasts nearly 75 miles of impeccable coastline surrounded by sparkling turquoise waters. The sophisticated British overseas territory is as rich in culture as it is in natural beauty—with a whole lot of pink.


Getting Ashore

Ships dock at Heritage Wharf in an area known as the Royal Naval Dockyard or the West End.

Fast Fact

Bermuda has no rivers or freshwater lakes, so drinking water is derived mostly from rainwater. Please use sparingly.

Port Shopping

With a variety of upscale stores and one-of-a-kind boutiques, Bermuda offers pure retail bliss.


Royal Naval Dockyard

One of Bermuda’s most visited sites, the dockyard is home to various local artisans, exhibitions, restaurants, and boutiques. It is also home to Bermuda Fun Golf and the National Museum of Bermuda.



The colonial town is the business hub with boutiques, specialty shops, historic buildings, churches, museums, galleries, and gardens.


St. George’s

The original capital is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit historic forts, homes, and the Western Hemisphere’s oldest Anglican church.


Horseshoe Bay Beach

Sit back, relax, and take in the beauty of the long, sweeping crescent of pink sand at this famous beach.

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Cruise the Bermuda Triangle aboard a glass-bottomed boat. Under starry skies, enjoy the sudden illumination as the flood-lit ocean floor reveals the true treasures of the deep.

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Royal Naval Dockyard, Hamilton, and St. George's.

A variety of upscale stores, one-of-a-kind boutiques, souvenir shops, and retail centers.

Bermudian dollars and US dollars are accepted interchangeably.

Did You Know?

Bermuda is not one continuous landmass, but instead a collection of 181 different islets and small islands.