Headed To Bermuda? Add These 5 Things To Your Bucket List

Bermuda is definitely a place you will want to consider going.

Bermuda

The island is full of culture and they definitely know how to have a great time, too.

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If you have plans to visit, here's a list of things that you must add to your itinerary while there.

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Bermuda

Many people may not know Bermuda is home to a few caves that the public can visit.

Take a swim or get a massage in a cave

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The Grotto Bay Resort offers spa treatments inside the cave. Also, check out Crystal Caves, said to be millions of years old.

Hit up a Sunday Brunch

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Bermudians are big on their Sunday brunch. You can often find fun brunch “parties” at some of the island’s resorts. 

Snorkel or dive in some of the world’s best reefs

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Bermuda is home to some amazing reefs, and you can even get up close with adorable sea turtles.

Snorkel or dive in some of the world’s best reefs

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Book a private dive with the only Bermudian certified across the free dive, scuba, and rebreather streams— Weldon Wade. 

Try a Bermudian lobster or shark hash

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Fresh seafood options are endless, and you can also try dishes that are native to Bermuda.

Try a Bermudian lobster or shark hash

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Bermudian lobster is a must try when visiting, but can only be enjoyed from September 1 to March 31.

Check out one of the pink sand beaches

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 Pink sand beaches are mostly found on the island’s south shore, but you may find a few subtle pink beaches in other areas.

Check out one of the pink sand beaches

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The pink hue comes from tiny broken seashells that mix in with the often powdery white sand. 

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