Discover Bermuda


Bermuda is a world of its own. Crystal-clear waters house an ecosystem of coral reefs and marine life, among which a series of shipwrecks lay waiting to be explored. Pink beaches line the shores with gentle waves and limestone rocks that have created private coves for wanderers to discover. Sitting in the Northern Atlantic Ocean, this 21-square-mile group of islands enjoys mild seasons and a year-round moderate climate, hovering between lows of 18°C in the winter and highs of 30°C in the summer.

The island is built with sustainability in mind. The white rooftops are not just visually appealing, they are designed to collect rainwater in a tank for residents to use. Efforts to protect the ocean and the surrounding reefs are also at the forefront of sustainability efforts in Bermuda.

The island is easily accessible with daily flights from London Heathrow, and a surprising flight time of 7 hours to paradise. Now is the time to find yourself in Bermuda.

Holiday in Bermuda With These Recommended Flight-Inclusive Trips

4* Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa

With warm breezes, first-class amenities and breathtaking sunsets, The Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort and Spa is uniquely situated overlooking Hamilton Harbour.

Why we love this hotel…
Lovely, spacious rooms and suites
Infinity pool with a generous surrounding sunbathing deck
Two restaurants including Blu – a Bermuda Gold award-winning restaurant
Two tennis courts
Complimentary private water taxi
Bermuda’s only resort-and-championship-golf experience

** One FREE Round of Golf Per Person **

7 Nights Room Only
From £1,365pp
Includes flights with British Airways

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4* Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa

You’ll find this gorgeous retreat amongst a luscious tropical estate, offering a plethora of naturally beautiful attractions, including woodland preserves and intriguing caves. Stretched along Bailey’s Bay and offering two private beaches, Grotto Bay feels like an exotic escape.

Why we love this hotel…
Ocean view rooms
Three restaurants
Freshwater pool and outdoor Jacuzzi
Dive centre & water sports facilities
Natura Cave Spa
All-Inclusive option – available at an extra charge

** A Lush Escape with Two Private Beaches **

7 Nights Room Only
From £1,549pp
Includes flights with British Airways

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5* Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

Steeped in tradition and Bermuda history, this gorgeous resort is located on the western end of Bermuda. You’ll find it hidden along the sugary sands of remote Mangrove Bay, offering stunning views and close proximity to the charming village of Somerset.

Why we love this hotel…
A treasured destination for oceanfront escapes since 1916
Cottage accommodations with waterfront views
Four secluded private beaches & two private coves
Infinity-edge swimming pool
Lovely choice of restaurants & bars
10,000-square-foot Ocean Spa
All-Inclusive option – available at an extra charge

** SAVE up to £650pp **

7 Nights Room Only
From £1,649pp
Includes flights with British Airways

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10 Night New York City & Bermuda Twin-Centre Holidays

A hugely popular choice for holidaymakers is combining several days in the Big Apple for sightseeing and nightlife before spending a week on the gorgeous island of Bermuda for beach fun, sun and relaxation.

What you could enjoy on this trip…
Discover Bermuda’s hidden coves and pink-sand beaches
Find yourself a waterfront spot for dining
Enjoy paddleboarding, snorkelling and kitesurfing
Cycle the Railway Trail
Explore New York’s Central Park
Check out the NYC views from Top of the Rock

** Various Accommodation Options Available **

3-Star Option From £1,978pp
4-Star Option From £2,578pp
5-Star Option From £2,998pp
Includes flights with British Airways

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Find Your Adventure in Bermuda

There’s a wealth of experiences in store for you to uncover when you holiday in Bermuda. We’ve selected what we think you’ll love most.

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Bermuda’s beaches are renowned for their pink sand, crystal-clear waters, and stunning natural beauty. The island offers a range of beaches to suit all preferences, from secluded coves to bustling stretches of sand. Horseshoe Bay Beach is one of the most famous and popular beaches on the island, with its stunning pink sands, gentle surf, and picturesque rock formations. Elbow Beach is another popular choice, offering a mile-long stretch of pink sand, clear waters, and a range of water sports activities. Visitors can also explore the island’s secluded beaches, such as Warwick Long Bay, with its turquoise waters and dramatic rock formations.

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Diving & Snorkelling

Snorkelling and diving in Bermuda are two unforgettable experiences, as the island boasts some of the clearest waters in the world and a rich variety of sea life. The crystal-clear waters around Bermuda are home to a wide range of coral reefs, shipwrecks, and marine creatures, including colourful fish, sea turtles, and even dolphins. The island’s underwater world provides a stunning backdrop for snorkellers and divers of all levels, whether exploring shallow reefs or diving to deeper wrecks. The best places to dive include North Rock, The Blue Hole, Cathedral, The Montana and The South Shore. The south is ideal for beginners as largely sheltered from ocean currents.

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Hiking & Biking

With its rolling hills, lush vegetation, and coastal views, Bermuda offers a range of trails and routes that cater to hikers and cyclists of all levels. Popular hiking trails include the Railway Trail, a scenic 18-mile trail that spans the length of the island and offers stunning views of the coastline and nature reserves. Cyclists can enjoy the island’s quiet roads, scenic routes, and off-road trails, such as the South Shore Park Trail, which offers breathtaking views of the island’s pink sandy beaches and turquoise waters. Located on the southeastern tip of Bermuda, Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve offers visitors a mix of coastal trails and secluded beaches.

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Tennis & Golf

With its mild climate and lush landscapes, the island offers some of the world’s most beautiful and challenging golf courses and a wealth of tennis courts. Bermuda has seven golf courses, ranging from beginner to championship level, designed by renowned architects, such as Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Port Royal Golf Course, home to the Bermuda Championship on the PGA Tour in November. Tennis enthusiasts can play on one of the many public and private courts, including the Bermuda Lawn Tennis Association, which hosts an annual professional tournament. Additionally, visitors can enjoy clinics, lessons, and tournaments held throughout the year.

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Top 5 Reasons For Visiting Bermuda

Bermuda is a paradise for holidaymakers seeking a unique blend of natural beauty, history, and outdoor adventure. With its stunning pink-sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and year-round mild climate, Bermuda offers visitors a wide range of activities to explore. From whale watching and golfing to diving and cycling, the island provides an array of experiences for visitors of all ages and interests.

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Visiting Bermuda Throughout the Year…

  • The spring season is an ideal time for outdoor activities, such as hiking and cycling, as the island’s flora and fauna are in full bloom with temperatures in the low to mid 20°Cs. With the absence of large crowds, visitors can fully enjoy Bermuda’s natural beauty and explore its stunning parks and nature reserves. Additionally, springtime in Bermuda is known for whale watching, as humpback whales migrate through the waters around the island
  • Summer in Bermuda is the perfect time to indulge in water sports like snorkelling, scuba diving, paddleboarding, and sailing. The island’s warm waters are home to an abundance of marine life, including colourful fish, sea turtles, and even shipwrecks, providing endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. Temperatures in the summer months average between 28-30°C during the daytime. The summer season in Bermuda is also known for its lively cultural events and festivals, such as the Bermuda Carnival, Cup Match cricket tournament, and Harbour Nights, a weekly street festival that features local vendors, street performers, and live music
  • Bermuda’s autumn season sees temperatures at around the high 20°Cs. It’s a great time for exploring the island’s historic sites and landmarks, such as St. George’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Royal Naval Dockyard, and the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute
  • Temperatures are around the low 20°Cs during the winter months. Now is the perfect time for birdwatching, as the island is home to a wide variety of bird species, including the Bermuda Petrel, a rare bird that is only found on the island. Visitors can also enjoy the island’s off-season discounts and special packages, making it a great time to indulge in spa treatments, shopping, and fine dining

Get Lost in Paradise

Bermuda is an island like no other. This is what 21-square-miles of breathtaking beauty, blended cultures, and a hint of mystery looks like. On this island, there is something for everyone and surprises around every corner.

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