Fora Favorites: Our Bermuda Travel Guide

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  • Bermuda

  • Beaches

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  • Food & Wine

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Fora’s Take

Lined with pastel houses and picture-perfect pink sand beaches, Bermuda packs a lot of charm into the tiny island. Read on to discover a few of our favorite local spots.

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Where to stay in Bermuda

The St. Regis Bermuda Resort

A glamorous, elegant stay perfect for five-star pampering and luxe amenities.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

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Rosewood Bermuda

Refined resort in Bermuda featuring an array of water activities, epicurean experiences and a traditional Rosewood Spa with a menu of wellness offerings.

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  • Breakfast daily.

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Azura Bermuda

Private oceanfront cove that translates the vibes and colors of the sea directly into its spacious suites.

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Greatest hits in Bermuda

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St. George and Hamilton are the island’s main cities. Hamilton was created on a grid system and is easy to navigate. The much-older St. George is filled with streets that wind and curve in various angles (part of its appeal). Start in St. George’s town center for local restaurants (as well as the western hemisphere’s oldest church), and make your way east for views overlooking the town.

Visit Horseshoe Bay for the island’s famous pink beaches (go early to avoid the crowds) and Jobson’s Cove for a charming nook of a beach tucked away between rocks. Cooper’s Nature Island Reserve is an excellent option for a beach still relatively untouched by tourists (even in high season).

Where to eat & drink in Bermuda

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Breezes: One of the best restaurants to watch the sunset on the island.

Devil’s Isle: Excellent farm-to-table restaurant in a destination where farm-to-table is no small feat. 

Pink Beach Club: Open air setting on the beach with locally sourced ingredients. Make a reservation in advance for prime seating.

Port O Call: Hamilton staple serving steaks and seafood.

Swizzle Inn: Top-notch dive bar in the cleanest way possible. Famous for their signature Rum Swizzle, a cocktail that packs a punch.

Wahoo’s: Local dig known for its Bermuda Fish Chowder.

What to see & do in Bermuda

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While the Crystal & Fantasy Caves are typically the most talked about caves on the island, you can also visit Tom Moore’s Jungle for a more intimate experience. 

Living Reefs Foundation: Take a coral reef gardening workshop and support local conservation efforts in the world’s most northernly coral reef system.

Railway Trail National Park: Particularly good (and easy) hiking location for sunset views. Give yourself ~1 hour to walk the full park comfortably.

Best shopping in Bermuda

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Atelerie: A dreamy concept shop that blends style and thoughtful design. Find carefully curated apparel, jewelry, home goods and more. 

Della Valle Sandals: Handcrafted sandals made from Italian leather. On most days, you’ll find the designer Vincenzo Della Valle working onsite in the shop, and you can choose a design for custom fitting. 

Long Story Short (St. George’s): Whimsical store that features a selection of gifts and books that highlight Black and female authors, artisans and entrepreneurs. Kristen, the owner, also offers history and culture tours.

TABS: A colorful and curated collection of classic Bermudian brands, including the Bermudian short staple. 

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