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Spring in Bermuda

From flowering freesias to seasonal delicacies, Bermuda’s springtime traditions are an integral part of its rich island culture. It's the prime season for enjoying natural beauty, island adventures and delicious food in an unforgettable setting.

Come discover a different kind of spring getaway to a place where island soul, British sophistication, an adventurous spirit and a hint of mystery join together for an experience you won't want to miss – all just two hours from the U.S. East Coast.

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April air temp 22ºC/72ºF, water temp 20ºC/68ºF, underwater visibility 175 ft. |  May air temp 24ºC/76ºF, water temp 23ºC/73ºF, underwater visibility 125 ft.

While it may be at a similar latitude to the U.S. state of North Carolina, Bermuda has mild springtime temps thanks to the Gulf Stream and plenty of sunshine – no need to pack a parka. For more insider tips on Bermuda's seasons, the Adventure Almanac offers insight into prime months for all of the island's cherished activities. Plus, check out tips on what to pack for your island excursion.

Bermuda's Springtime Allure

Out here, natural beauty and cultural traditions really come to life in spring. Check out seasonal food, natural thrills and more.

Spring Fun, Just Your Style


Bermuda is full of wild edible plants that make a huge variety of delicious dishes

Sample Wild Edibles

Experience living off the land as you walk along and sample delicious dishes made from native Bermudian plants during this tour of an area of the island where herbs and other edible plants grow. Immerse your senses in wild foliage while learning the health properties of – and the lore behind – Bermuda’s wild botanicals. 

Warwick Bay in Bermuda's South Shore

Explore the South Shore

Discover heavenly pink-sand beaches, limestone outcrops and impossibly turquoise waters along Bermuda's beloved South Shore. Connected by a network of trails you can run, hike or meander along, this stretch of coastline includes the famous Horseshoe Bay Beach, pristine Warwick Long Bay and other heavenly stretches of shore. It's a self-guided beach adventure you'll never forget.

The lights of Chancery Lane

Head up Chancery Lane

Start your evening on Chancery Lane, a whimsically lit, well-hidden alleyway just off Front Street. Once there, enjoy French delicacies like escargots and duck confit at Bolero, before tucking into Yours Truly, an unmarked speakeasy with an ever-changing menu of classic and craft cocktails. 


Breakfast at Pink Beach Club

With indulgent choices like eggs Benedict with kale and short ribs, fried eggs over lobster hash and brioche French toast with bananas Foster, choosing what you’ll have for breakfast at  this chic, beachfront restaurant at The Loren might be the hardest part of your day. 
Pose for yoga at Doe Bay in Devonshire

Do Yoga Outside

Experience downward-facing dog while floating on a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) with Lucky Elephant Wellness. You’ll paddle out into the surf, then sit, stand, stretch and try not to fall. Or, opt for a poolside or seaside session and breathe in the curative powers of the sea air as you overlook pink-sand beaches and the sparkling Atlantic Ocean.

Bonfire at John Smith's Bay

Looking for the quintessential Bermuda evening experience for your group? Then hire the professionals at Bermuda Bonfires, who will illuminate your night with glowing, roaring embers on the pink-sand beach of your choice. A great choice? John Smith's Bay, a long, flat stretch of sand on the East End. Add to the experience with fun extras like rose petals and tiki torches.


Get Lost in the Triangle

Uncover the mystery of sunken ships and fallen planes at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute. Kids will love the interactive exhibits, and all will love hearing the theories that surround the phenomenon. Book a ride on BUEI’s miniature Blue Train for a tour of Hamilton, Bermuda's capital.

Eco Tour by Electric Bike

A two-hour electric bike tour is an excellent way to effortlessly explore the island's many sights. See Bermuda’s wild Railway Trail, its nature reserves and its beaches. Your guide will offer interesting insights and can even arrange a Bermuda-style lunch.

Crystal Caves, Bermuda

Explore Crystal Caves

Discover the gems that tower beneath the surface, and see the awe in your children's eyes as they learn about how they formed and continue to grow with every drop of mineral-rich water that trickles through the ground. Fun fact: the Crystal Caves were discovered during a game of cricket.

Deep Spring Discounts

With deals like these, what are you waiting for?

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What to Bring Back

1 // Glass Plate, $175
Inspired by Bermuda’s turquoise ocean, this elegant glass plate is handmade by artisans at Dockyard Glassworks, a working West-End studio where you can watch them blow and roll hot molten glass from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday through Thursday. Coloured with natural minerals and bits of metal oxides, each plate is a one-of-a-kind work of art. (Bermuda Glassworks, Royal Naval Dockyard)

2 // Pink House Gin, $52.50
Launched in 2019 by Roy Fellowes, a Northern Irishman who’s lived in Bermuda for more than 30 years, this versatile pink gin is flavoured with island-inspired botanicals, including hibiscus, mint, blood orange and rose petals. Serve it on the rocks with a twist for a refreshing tipple. (Miles MarketCity of Hamilton)

3 // Cedar Earrings, $75
Made from sustainably sourced Bermuda cedar with gold mix wire fashioned to hint at the island’s triangle lore, these handsome earrings are a contemporary addition to any jewellery box. Searching for something masculine? Then look for Lemoncello’s cedar cufflinks, which feature maps of the island engraved on their face. (TABS, City of Hamilton)

4 // Sail Cloth Purse, $85
Made in St. George’s from recycled sail cloth and stitched together by some of Bermuda’s most accomplished sail crafters, this elegant purse will forever remind you of your time by the water. (Ocean Sails, Town of St. George)

5 // Oatbelievable Granola, $8.50
Handmade in Bermuda by husband-and-wife team Tyrone and Joanna Smith, this grab-and-go granola is made with organic, gluten-free oats and various combinations of dried fruit and nuts. (Lindo’s, Devonshire or Warwick)


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