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Explore the Enchanting Island of Bermuda with Cruise1st UK

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Located off the coast of North Carolina, Bermuda is an island nation unlike any other. Boasting a rich colonial history as well as immaculate sweeping
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King's Wharf (Royal Naval Dockyard), Bermuda
King's Wharf (Royal Naval Dockyard), Bermuda
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West End, Bermuda
West End, Bermuda
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Hamilton, Bermuda
Hamilton, Bermuda
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Saint George, Bermuda
Saint George, Bermuda
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Travel Tips for Bermuda

Set sail on a journey of a lifetime with Cruise1st UK to the breathtaking island of Bermuda. Known for its stunning pink sand beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and rich maritime history, Bermuda is a paradise waiting to be explored. Travelling by cruise offers the perfect blend of luxury and adventure, allowing you to enjoy unparalleled ocean views and first-class amenities while seamlessly transporting you to this idyllic destination.

Top Cruise Companies and Ships to Bermuda

Cruise1st UK partners with the most renowned cruise lines, ensuring a top-tier experience from start to finish. Some of the leading cruise companies and their magnificent ships that frequent Bermuda include:

  • Royal Caribbean International: Anthem of the Seas, Grandeur of the Seas
  • Norwegian Cruise Line: Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Joy
  • Carnival Cruise Line: Carnival Pride, Carnival Legend
  • Celebrity Cruises: Celebrity Summit, Celebrity Eclipse

These ships are equipped with world-class amenities, from gourmet dining and luxurious spas to exhilarating entertainment and activities for all ages, making your voyage to Bermuda as memorable as the destination itself.

Unique Activities to Do in Bermuda

Once you arrive in Bermuda, you’ll find a wealth of activities to immerse yourself in:

  • Relax on the Pink Sand Beaches: Visit Horseshoe Bay Beach and Elbow Beach to experience the unique pink sands and clear waters.
  • Explore Historic St. George’s: Wander through the UNESCO World Heritage Site with its charming cobblestone streets and historical landmarks.
  • Discover the Crystal and Fantasy Caves: Marvel at the stunning underground limestone formations and crystal-clear pools.
  • Snorkel and Dive: Bermuda’s reefs are home to an array of marine life and shipwrecks, perfect for underwater exploration.
  • Visit the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo: Learn about local wildlife and marine species in this family-friendly attraction.

Getting Around Bermuda and Tourist Traps to Avoid

Getting around Bermuda is easy with its efficient public transportation system, including buses and ferries. Alternatively, you can rent scooters or electric mini-cars for more flexibility. When exploring, keep these tips in mind to avoid common tourist traps:

  • Skip Expensive Taxis: Opt for public transport or rentals to save money.
  • Avoid High-Priced Souvenir Shops: Shop at local markets and smaller shops for more authentic and affordable mementos.
  • Steer Clear of Overpriced Restaurants: Seek out local eateries for delicious Bermudian cuisine at reasonable prices.

Cost of Food, Drinks, and Typical Tourist Items

Bermuda, being a remote island, can be somewhat pricey. Here’s what to expect:

  • Food: A meal at a mid-range restaurant can cost around £15-£30 per person. Local favourites like fish chowder and spiny lobster are must-tries.
  • Drinks: A beer typically costs around £5, while cocktails can be about £8-£12.
  • Souvenirs: Handcrafted items like Bermuda shorts, rum cakes, and local art make excellent souvenirs, typically ranging from £10 to £50.

Fun Facts and Good to Know About Bermuda

Before you go, here are some interesting facts and useful information about Bermuda:

  • Bermuda is not part of the Caribbean; it is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately 1,030 kilometres east of North Carolina, USA.
  • It’s famous for the mysterious Bermuda Triangle, an area of the Atlantic Ocean where ships and planes are said to have disappeared under unexplained circumstances.
  • The island enjoys a mild sub-tropical climate, with temperatures ranging from 15°C in winter to 30°C in summer.
  • Bermuda shorts, worn with knee-high socks and blazers, are the island’s iconic fashion statement.

Ready to embark on an unforgettable journey to Bermuda? Book your dream cruise with Cruise1st UK today and set sail for an adventure filled with beauty, history, and relaxation. Click here to explore our latest deals and packages!

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