The next time you head out on vacation you should consider a trip to Bermuda. Bermuda, located in the North Atlantic Ocean, is a prime vacation destination because of the many delightful spots to visit and other things to do in Bermuda.
One of the top attractions in Bermuda, or as it is sometimes called Somers Isles, is the beach. There are literally endless different beaches to choose from on the island. You could, for example, head to the always popular Horeseshoe Bay Beach to enjoy snorkeling and swimming. You could go to Warwick Long Bay Beach to work on your tan and relax in the sand. If you enjoy people watching and water sports on your trip to the must see beaches than Elbow Beach is for you. There are additional Bermuda activities involving the water as well. One of the most famous of these places for visitors easily found on the map is the Crystal & Fantasy Caves, a series of subterranean lakes perfect for exploring. Another option for you, if you are looking for the perfect photo opportunity, is to head to Gibb's Hill Lighthouse. The lighthouse offers the most breathtaking views to be found in all of Bermuda.
Every tourist coming to Bermuda for the first time should schedule a time for Bermuda excursions to one of the area's interesting museums. One of best museums for those interested in learning more about the rich history of Bermuda is the National Museum of Bermuda. You could also plan Bermuda tours of Fort St. Catherine, a historic fort turned museum. Those interested in the seafaring history of Bermuda can't go wrong with a trip to the Royal Naval Dockyard to learn more about maritime history. After spending a relaxing day at the museum, you'll want to be sure to head to Front Street to get a bite to eat and also purchase goods made by local crafts people.
From the stunning gardens at Par-la-Ville Park to the numerous animals to be found at the Bermuda Aquarium, endless delights await you when you travel to Bermuda.