Many people may not know Bermuda is home to a few caves that the public can visit.
The Grotto Bay Resort offers spa treatments inside the cave. Also, check out Crystal Caves, said to be millions of years old.
Bermudians are big on their Sunday brunch. You can often find fun brunch “parties” at some of the island’s resorts.
Bermuda is home to some amazing reefs, and you can even get up close with adorable sea turtles.
Book a private dive with the only Bermudian certified across the free dive, scuba, and rebreather streams— Weldon Wade.
Fresh seafood options are endless, and you can also try dishes that are native to Bermuda.
Bermudian lobster is a must try when visiting, but can only be enjoyed from September 1 to March 31.
Pink sand beaches are mostly found on the island’s south shore, but you may find a few subtle pink beaches in other areas.
The pink hue comes from tiny broken seashells that mix in with the often powdery white sand.