Cheap Bermuda Vacations
Your Bermuda vacation
Bermuda is a treasure-trove of private coves, picture-perfect beaches, coral reefs and rich cultural history. Find plenty of fun things to do on a budget Bermuda vacation. Hit the awe-inspiring Crystal Caves where hiking trails lead to spectacular views. Bailey's Bay is the scene for delicious eateries and laidback bars. For a break from the seaside, head to Devonshire Parish for pretty gardens, the 18th-century Palmetto House and Devonshire Marsh, for native animals galore.
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Best time to take a vacation to Bermuda
Best Time to Go
With its sub-tropical climate, Bermuda vacations are ideal anytime of the year. Temperatures are between the 60s and low 80s all year, with humidity off and on throughout. Those that want to avoid the hurricane season in Bermuda should hold off on travel to the island between June and November. The best hotel rates for Bermuda travel can be found during the off-season from December and March. The fall and summer are seasons best for a trip to the island for travelers interested in outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing, boating, or snorkeling.
Insider tips for Bermuda travel
When it is time to chow down, reserve a table at the Barracuda Grill in Pembroke Parish and enjoy the distinct island flavors and international cuisine.
St. George Golf Course
Golfing enthusiasts can tee off at the St. George Golf Course or Tuckers Point Golf Course.
If you want to do a little shopping, take stroll down Front Street for easy access to an array of fashion outlets.
Bermuda Railway Trail
Take a stroll down the historic Bermuda Railway Trail that covers St. George Town, City of Hamilton, and Pembroke Parish.
Bermuda's Horseshoe Bay Beach
Relax on the pink sand of Bermuda’s Horseshoe Bay Beach; this beach has small dining concessions and beach lodging.
The gorgeous town of St. George holds the distinction as the oldest surviving British town in the Americas. The street names are decidedly quaint from Old Maid's Lane to Featherbed Alley, and the atmosphere is suitably traditional. Easy to explore on foot, St. George is also home to well-priced restaurants to enjoy on your Bermuda travels.
Royal Naval Dockyard
Travel through Bermuda's naval history at this popular tourist spot. The docking port for the British Royal Navy until 1951, it is now home to a bevy of shops, eateries, pubs and the Bermuda Maritime Museum. Entrance to the Dockyard is free, while the museum will set you back just $10. The Clocktower Mall is a great place to shop for a bargain on your Bermuda vacation.
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
Head to the viewing platform for the ultimate photo op (admission costs a mere $2.50), and peruse the gift shop for charming knickknacks. If you're up for a meal with pretty views, the lighthouse also features a quaint restaurant where you can score breakfast and lunch for a reasonable price -- lunchtime pizzas cost around $12.
What's better than relaxing in the sun and breathing in the salt-tinged air on one of the most gorgeous beaches in the world? Southampton Parish has the best in Bermuda, with Horseshoe Bay Beach and South Shore Park Beach both jaw-droppingly gorgeous. These stretches of sand and sea wow with their jagged coastlines, rushing waves and shell-strewn sands. A must on your Bermuda travels.
City of Hamilton
Don't let the quaint-looking facade fool you – the capital is the buzzing hub of Bermuda. Home to the island's business district and shopping galore, you're bound to find something on sale. Not in the mood? Take a stroll along Front Street to snap pics of the pretty pastel Victorian storefronts. Then watching the boats drift by on the harbor-side wharf.