Our Must-Do List of Things to Do in Bermuda

Bermuda honeymoons

We’re back with the rest of our top 10 can’t miss activities and places to visit in Bermuda on a tropical honeymoon or destination wedding weekend.  If you missed the first half of our list, be sure to check it out here.  And to round out our favorites from a recent trip to Bermuda, be sure not to skip these fabulous vacation finds!

6. Watch America’s Cup Boats Train at Dockyard: Did you know that the America’s Cup race is in Bermuda in 2017? That means the teams have already moved in and are gearing up for their big day. You can catch the boats training in the harbor if you’re lucky, so head to Dock Yard for a full day of shopping, sight seeing, lunching and you might even spot a little friendly competition out on the waters.

bermuda golf

7. Golf at Tucker’s Point: Bermuda is home to seven golf courses, more per capita then any other county in the world, and has even been host to events like the PGA Grand Slam. If golf is your speed, I suggest splurging on a day at Tuckers Point Golf Course and you might just tee off next to a former president or Hollywood starlet enjoying a low-key day off.

8. Enjoy fresh Wahoo at Wahoo’s Bistro: Fresh fish is abundant in Bermuda and one of their local favorites is Wahoo. During your travels, take a pit stop to Wahoo’s Bistro for lunch on the water and their Wahoo fish tacos, you won’t find fresher fish anywhere out there.

Rosewood Tucker's Point

9. Tuck in to Rosewood Tucker’s Point: A 200-acre property filled with lush forests, beautiful beaches, gorgeous golf, and four swimming pools is a sprawling luxury resort fit for a queen. Rosewood Tucker’s Point sits in the ultra posh part of the island, Tucker’s Town, where celebs from around the world hide out and enjoy the view. The hotel has a beautiful British charm, large rooms in every category, and a world-class spa that includes one of only four Silver TAG showers in the world. Check in and you may never want to leave.

rosewood bermuda

10. Put your toes in the Pink Sand: Bermuda is famous for its pink sand beaches so we couldn’t possibly send you there without plenty of fun in the sun and sand. Gorgeous beaches are all around the island, many private in front of your hotel or beach club (the beach at Elbow Beach Hotel is top-notch), or head to one of the public beaches like the lesser-known but stunning Clear Water Beach Park.

No matter how you choose to spend your time in Bermuda, the island, the people, and amazing places, beaches and caves will not disappoint!

{Top Image: Courtesy of Bermuda Tourism, Bottom Three Images: Rosewood Tucker’s Point}

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