Bermuda

Although not in the Caribbean, we have put Bermuda in this section as this is where you will find it in most tour operators brochures.

Disappear to Bermuda, where the only mystery is why you’d ever want to be found.

Walk along the island’s legendary beaches, where blushing pink sands meet crystal-clear turquoise waters. And it’s no wonder the island is a hotspot for outdoor adventure – whether you’re cliff jumping at Royal Admiralty Park, biking on the scenic Old Railway Trail, or descending into an ancient limestone cave.

Bermuda is famous as a world-class diving venue year-round. The crystal-clear waters make the underwater realm of colourful coral and sunken ships every bit as accessible as the land above it.

Discovered in 1609 by a crew of castaways, Bermuda is rich with history, including the Town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where winding cobblestone streets and historic sites take travellers back in time.

After some time on the water, indulge in the island’s booming food and drink scene, where innovative chefs and mixologists put fresh spins on classics such as fish chowder and the Dark ‘n Stormy ® , Bermuda’s signature cocktail.

It’s all closer than you think: Bermuda lies 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina and is easily reached in seven hours on a direct BA flight from the UK or in 90 minutes from New York for a very unique twin centre holiday. Get in on the mystery at GoToBermuda.co.uk

For more advice and information about accommodation, flights and availability please contact Embarque Travel 01759 301613 or email gill@embarquetravel.co.uk

Photo of Gibbs Hill Lighthouse courtesy of Bermuda Tourism Authority.