Dreaming of a breathtaking winter adventure?
Steal away to Bermuda, where the unexpected is the everyday. In winter, natural wonders like sandy pink shorelines and mysterious caves invite your footsteps, while the island's historic towns welcome you with original art, shopping, dining and entertainment. Scroll to start planning your island escape.
Escape to Bermuda: Winter Your Way
One of the best-kept secrets of the Atlantic Ocean is the population of humpback whales that migrate past Bermuda every winter. Find out how to spot them from land and sea during your winter excursion.
Once a railroad connecting the entire island, Bermuda's Railway Trail now offers cyclists, hikers and leisurely walkers a different perspective on the island – the perfect winter activity.
Bermuda's famous beaches were made for exploring. See Bermuda's favourite beach walks and learn where to meander among rocky outcrops and sparkling pink sand, search for seaglass and more.
Enticing High-End Boutiques
Shop the deluxe boutiques of City of Hamilton to get your fill of retail therapy. Adorn your feet with a pair of bejewelled, custom-made sandals fitted by Capri native Vincenzo Della Valle.
A uniquely Bermuda experience: learn about the art of perfumery while you concoct a unique, island essence-infused scent of your own over the course of this fascinating workshop.
Horseback Riding on the Beach
Inspire a lifetime of family memories as you take in stunning coastal vistas and learn about the island while astride the majestic steeds of Moran Meadows Bermuda Horse Trail Rides.
Bermuda's history is rich, fascinating and more intertwined with world history than you may know. Learn all about it at Royal Naval Dockyard as you discover opportunities for family fun.
Deep Dive: Adventures on the Railway Trail
No matter where you are on the island, this railroad-turned-pedestrian thoroughfare beckons you to go the distance.
Immerse Yourself in Bermuda: Tours & Excursions
Expert-led tours bring you face to face with the island's rich history, glorious nature and irresistible cuisine.
Dishing on Bermuda: the Island's Can't-Miss Dining Scene
From fresh, island-grown fruit to local seafood, Bermudian cuisine is a surprising blend of cultural influences.
What to Bring Back
1 // Beach Blues Bar Soap, $10
Handmade in Bermuda from a blend of seawater, shea butter, and coconut and olive oils, this moisturising formula is fragrant with frangipani blossoms and fresh melon.
Salt Spray Soap Co., Water Street, St. George’s
2 // Bermuda Sweater, $140
Equal parts cozy and stylish, this sporty, cotton-blend sweater is the perfect weight for Bermuda’s mild winter and for layering back home.
Atelerie, Reid Street, Hamilton
3 // Passion Fields Bermuda Honey, from $15
Harvested from more than 100 hives from Somerset to St. George’s, Bermuda honey makes for a really sweet gift. The island’s many flowering trees keep the bees busy.
Wadson's Farm, Lukes Pond Road, Southampton
4 // Barnacle Cluster Ring, $570
Renowned for her pink-sand jewellery, Alexandra Mosher offers a fine collection that captures the textures of the island and its surrounding waters. Available in 14k yellow, white or rose gold.
Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery, Front Street, Hamilton
5 // Canvas Mini Tote, $25
Your inner mermaid will thank you for taking home this fun pouch, one of many whimsical pieces designed by jewellery boutique owner Joanna Stapff.
1609 Design, Old Cellar Lane, Hamilton
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