Infinite lying on the beach can bother anyone, and then will want to diversify your vacation. We’ll show you how to have fun in Bermuda is not quite standard methods.
Start at the top in Bermuda
To truly feel that you are in the heart of the Atlantic Ocean, go to Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse. This is where the best views of the entire archipelago of 55 square kilometers. The world’s oldest cast iron lighthouse began working in 1846 to reduce the number of wrecks scattered along the bottom of the ocean near Bermuda.
Dive to the bottom of the ocean in Bermuda
This clean blue underwater world full of colorful fish and beautiful coral reefs that are so often the cause of shipwrecks. Among divers is very popular diving to sunken ships (about 300), but it’s fun more appropriate professionals. However, you do not need to be an experienced diver to enjoy this spectacle – some of them sank in shallow water, so swimming with snorkel and mask, you can not get less pleasure. In addition, to the reefs and fish swarms can easily get close to the shore Tobacco Bay.
Watch the whales and fireflies in Bermuda
Although whales and fireflies may well be seen from the shore, a boat excursion will provide you with a much more vivid impression. March and April – the best months to observe the humpback whales (at the time they make an annual migration from the warm southern waters), whereas the mating ritual of fireflies flickering lasts from May to October.
Take a walk on the seabed in Bermuda
“Hartley Marine Walk” – a unique and unforgettable cruise that will impress an experienced diver and cynical teenager. Have you ever seen a wild angel fish swims through a hoop? Then Greg Hartley will introduce you to the fish Diana, who knows how to do it. You can also find hogfish Charles, redfish Jack and many others. All this is possible with the help of a specially designed helmet that allows you to walk on the seabed without oxygen tank and other equipment for diving.
Visit entertaining history lesson in Bermuda
Nowhere lessons are never so exciting as the historic town of St. George, which, together with its fortifications, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the Royal Plaza from May to September arrange historical setting. Funny representation headed by the herald tells the story of how, in the eighteenth century girls (there is a bit of sexism) punished for constant gossip and grumbling at her husband: they dipped into the cold waters of the harbor.
Pay attention to the Church of St. Peter in Bermuda
Several broad steps – and you are in the oldest Anglican church in the Western Hemisphere with a refreshing pine interior. Pays homage to, because this church here for 400 years, and remember that you are likely to step on the bones of people long dead, once buried under the foundation. Herself Queen Elizabeth II visited this place on the day of its sixtieth anniversary and awarded the title of the temple, “Her Majesty the Church.”
Witness the traditional dance events in Bermuda
You hear them before you see the. Drumbeat, shrill whistles, and finally, an outburst of colorful rags, feathers and intricate gestures. These masquerades with folk dance ensembles are a tradition, passed on from generation to generation since the dark days of slavery.
Visit the night markets in Bermuda
Market night – seasonal entertainment in St. George, Hamilton and Dokyarde for tourists and locals alike. Counters loaded products of local artisans and creations by local artists inspired by the beauty surrounding them in these places. Everywhere the music plays, the children run with their faces painted, and very often there are local dancers Gombe (their appearance, dance and music is a mixture of African, Indian, Caribbean and British cultures).
Go down into the underground cave in Bermuda
Fantastic Crystal Caves were discovered more than half a century ago, two boys, who were searching for a lost cricket ball. Stalactites, stalagmites and underground lakes make these places are especially intriguing and exciting.
Look at the remains of the past at the Maritime Museum in Bermuda
The Royal Naval Dockyard provides offers many attractions, including the Maritime Museum. Exhibition “House of Bondage” is part of the UNESCO Special Project, and other exhibitions and marine artifacts offer a glimpse into the history of this place.
Go to the pub in Bermuda
Founded in 1932 by a roadside eatery «Swizzle Inn» decorated with graffiti and a fun bunch of random business cards. House unofficial national cocktail «Rum Swizzle» also serves the best nachos (mexican hot spicy snack) on the islands.
Finally, relax on the beach in Bermuda
Of course, no visit to Bermuda would not be complete without a stay at the beach, especially after a tiring visit all the above proposed measures.Soft sandy beaches – the main attraction of these places. Horseshoe Bay (Bay horseshoe-shaped) with lifeguards and all the beach facilities – the best choice for swimming and great entertainment.