Bermuda is a British island territory in the North Atlantic Ocean known for its pink-sand beaches such as Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay. Its massive Royal Naval Dockyard complex combines modern attractions like the interactive Dolphin Quest with maritime history at the National Museum of Bermuda. The island has a distinctive blend of British and American culture, which can be found in the capital, Hamilton.
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One of the few pink sand beaches in the world, Horseshoe Bay in Bermuda is loved by locals and tourists alike for its beauty, soft sand, and calm water. A trip to the island of Bermuda is not complete without a stroll along the water’s edge at this world-class stretch of sand.
Located on a hilltop on the outskirts of Hamilton City, Fort Hamilton was originally built in the 1870s to protect Hamilton Harbor and defend the Western Royal Naval Dockyard.
This typical Victorian structure overlooks attractive landscaped gardens that were once a huge dry moat surrounding the fort. Today the gardens are home to a variety of tropical plantlife, birdlife, and other wildlife. There’s a narrow walking trail that leads all around the circular moat.
The setting of the fort offers spectacular views over Hamilton, especially when there are ships in port. Inside, there are a number of canons and ramparts standing guard over the harbor, despite never having been used. Long tunnels were originally dug out to serve as protected routes through which ammunition would be replenished.
Crystal and Fantasy Caves
Stalactite chandeliers, delicate crystal soda straws, and mirrored underground pools are only some of the remarkable features of Bermuda’s evocatively named Crystal and Fantasy Caves. The best part about these fairytale-esque attractions is how very real they are as one of Bermuda’s top natural attractions.
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