Bermuda information

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Bermuda is a self-governing British overseas territory in the Atlantic Ocean north of the Caribbean, off the coast of North America east of North Carolina. It is one of the last remnants of the once vast British colonial empire in North America.

Bermuda is divided into nine parishes (from east to west):

  • St. George’s Parish – Encompassing the area around the historic Town of St. George as well as the island of St. David’s across its harbor.
  • Hamilton Parish – Location of Crystal Caves and Bermuda Aquarium and Zoo.
  • Smith’s Parish – Home to Flatts Village, Spittle Pond Nature Preserve and Devil’s Hole Aquarium.
  • Devonshire Parish – The quiet parish.
  • Pembroke Parish – Where the city of Hamilton is located.
  • Paget Parish – Numerous resorts, Elbow Beach, Bermuda Botanical Gardens and Paget Marsh for birdwatching.
  • Warwick Parish – Golf, horseback riding and the island’s best cliffs.
  • Southampton Parish – The best beaches and Gibbs Hill Lighthouse.
  • Sandys Parish – The Royal Naval Dockyard fortress and shops, but also Somerset Village, Fort Scaur, Gilbert Nature Reserve and some fine beaches.! – The comprehensive search site dedicated to information about business, visiting and living in the islands of Bermuda.  Are you seeking Bermuda Hotels,  Resorts or GuesthousesEntertainment and Restaurants?  OK, we have that.  Photos, Videos, Stories, Golf & Golfing Information, Museums, Personal Pages and More. See the Dolphins at Dockyard.  Hear live music from The Swizzle Inn!  Read up on tons of Bermuda Triangle information.   Find Bermuda churches or check out night life information. We help the world find Bermuda and Bermuda find the World!

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Whether you arrive on a cruise ship or jet-plane, Bermuda can be a very exciting or very relaxing vacation.  Most cruise ships these days are arriving at The Royal Naval Dockyard on the west end of the island.  Unfortunately, there are some issues recently regarding transportation to and from the Dockyard area – with both, buses and ferries, encountering problems in previous years with dealing with the amount of tourists arriving at the remotest part of the island.  There is so much to do in Dockyard, however, that this is not really a problem for many people.

Be sure to stop by The Bonefish Bar and Grill and say “Hi” to Irish, Gary or Phillip behind the bar.  Or… stop by The Frog and Onion Pub and say “Hi” to Mike or Brendan!  Or… check out the glass-blowing studio, clayworks, Clocktower Mall, Snorkel Park, Dolphin Quest or one of many other activities including snorkel/shipwreck/coral trips and moonlight cruises!

When you fly into Bermuda, you land on the east end of the island at the L. F. Wade International Airport.  You are then very close to the oldest town in Bermuda and the original Capital, St. Georges.

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