Bermuda: Things to Do
Once a refuge for pirates it has now become the place to be for vacationers. The appeal, crystal waters, fascinating activities for all ages and a holiday destination that combine tranquility and excitement. The weather, warm most of the year, the island opens its arms to all visitors and embraces them with a genuine old-fashioned friendliness and charm that is known for the Caribbean.
Perfect for all types of water sports, it caters to all level of skills and encourages even the timid to try at least one of the sports available.
You can dive to the bottom of the ocean to snorkel, and take in the phenomenon of the underwater world. An exhilarating vacation awaits the vacationer however he/she decides to enjoy this island; in quiet peace or being engulfed in the total island culture, either way it, will be a
vacation to remember.
Here you can obtain the experience the life of a cowboy, Caribbean style. Saddle up and take a leisurely trot on the beach at dusk, or go on a guided tour to the interior of the island. Whichever way chosen will be a fascinating experience.
Spicelands Riding Centre
The largest and most popular facility on the island
$60.00 U.S. per ride
Bermuda Riding for the Disabled Equestrian Centre: All rides are
supervised and are in enclosed area, catering to special needs persons.
- Experience necessary
- All rides are free - donations are welcomed.
- Ph: 441-238-7433
The sport of sports on the island and can be seen played at almost every sporting facility and within the community.
- Bermuda Cricket Board of Control
Another very popular sport that has the support of everyone on the island.
- Bermuda Football Association
Games are played throughout the entire year and the only difference(s) is/are the types of turfs on which they are played. There are three different leagues conducting the sport during the year. The Spring League is held on grass and I
one of the here leagues.
- Bermuda volleyball Association
- Ph: 441-291-1898
Wake up to the captivating sounds of birds or visit the
estuaries to view the diverse native and migrating guests. Three hundred and sixty species have been chronicled on the island. Take a leisurely walk through designated trails, or a boat ride through the mangrove and see these creatures in their natural habitat. Listen to them communicate; see them in their entire splendor as nature intended.
Bermuda Golf Academy:
This is a 320-yard driving range which features 40 practice bays and an 18-hold putting green.
- Bermuda Golf Academy
- Mid Ocean Club
Mid Ocean Club is ranked among the world's best 50 links:
- Ocean View Gold Course
- A nine-hole course
Ocean View Gold Course is a nine-hole course and the information to get intouch with them is shown above.
To set up a tee time at any one of these clubs, call 1-800-BERMUDA
Stroll the ocean floor with this helmet that protect you
from getting your head wet, and, in so doing you are able to breathe freely. A guided tour with an experienced person who is familiar with underwater walking, that would take your breath away.
Paddle on the beautiful crystal water and experience the thrill of a lifetime, as you get acquainted with the beauty of the sea. The lovely coral reefs that can be seen with no great effort through the clear water, getting acquainted with the little green turtles as they come up to say hi to those that come by to visit. You can hire a boat and venture into the waters. Whether you are experienced or not, you will enjoy this wonderful adventure.
All day charters or half day charters, what ever you heart desires is available for the fishing enthusiast. Many will agree that something is always biting. Throw in your one line and haul up a catch that will make you heart leap. White Marlins are around all year while the Blue Marlins come with the warm waters in May. Charters vary in prices and can bearranged through the following agencies:
- Bermuda Sports Fishing Association
- Ph: 441-295-2370
Be mesmerized by the spectacular underwater world, the various species of fish, the coral reef, and the wrecks that have come to call the Bermuda waters home. You can call the shipwreck Capital of the Atlantic and it is impossible not to be totally fascinated by the wonders of the 650 species of unique and breath-taking marine life that adorn the ocean floor.
Centuries of nautical history await the diving enthusiasts some 100 feet below on the ocean floor. One of the more popular sites is that of the 200 ft. schooner, The Constellation. Discover the wonder of the ocean as you visit with the numerous species of aquatic life that live in the waters of Bermuda. They are dives, which are available to experienced divers as well as beginners. Chart your course and get going to visit the adventure of a lifetime.