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    Treana Armstrong
    31 Dec 2021
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    Bermuda was great. I have visited on two occasions, once via a cruise ship and then again with a flight. The short time spent via the cruise port prompted me to want to return for a longer time. The Pink sand beach is truly beautiful not only just the sand but then marine life in the sea. Bermuda is full of rich history and all of the people were so friendly. We went to a lot of local spots and felt like we just belonged. Since most items are imported onto the island things are a bit more costly so expect to pay a little higher than normal prices for things but it is so well worth it. BETA TEST

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    JazzyG
    23 Aug 2020
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    Traveling during Covid was surprisingly a safe experience.
    You will need a negative Covid pre-departure test to enter. The test will need to be uploaded and approved which costs $75. Once you arrive on the island you will go through customs and then have your second Covid test taken while at the airport. You are required to quarantine until you receive the negative test results which are no later than 24 hours.

    After I received my results I was free and clear to roam the island. Masks are mandatory when entering into any establishment. I feel Bermuda took great measures to protect the residents as well as the visitors. You are required to test every four days that you are on the island.

    While on the island I rented a Twizzy which is an electric vehicle for transportation. The beach was amazing. Social distancing was practiced. The weather was 85° and sunny the entire time. I practically burnt from not leaving the beach LOL. I was able to relax , and even got to finish my book Awkward black girl by Issa Rae. I also participated in water activities and tours.

    The food is great as all the local fish is fresh. Swizzle inn, Flannagans, and Bonefish grill, Snowwys are some local favorites. Don’t forget to get the signature breakfast on Sunday which is codfish and potatoes. Most of the hotels are closed now but should be reopening closer to the end of the year. Best bet is to stay in an Airbnb.

    Overall traveling while black I felt safe. The residents are very welcoming and helpful if you get lost. Remember to drive on the left side. Take lots of pictures, drink a glass of swizzle, and get the best souvenirs at Uniquely Yours which is located in town (Hamilton). Hope to return soon!

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    bennieboom
    08 May 2020
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    Bermuda is a great place for family travel with kids. We stayed at the Fairmont Southampton Hotel and it was and liked that there had activities at the resort for kids to participate in during the day. Although the hotel is not right by the beach, as it is up on a hill, it is close to the hotel and the hotel has a shuttle that goes to and from the beach all day. This was a very relaxing trip, even with three kids. Bermuda has some of the most beautiful beaches, including the world’s famous Horseshoebay. I don’t know about the summer, but we went in the spring and I loved how the beaches were not crowded. Definitely a place to go if you want to relax.

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    royallyjas
    20 Jan 2020
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    I’m all about Cruise Life! Last summer, I visited Bermuda on Norwegian Cruise Line. Our ship left from New York City, was seven days long, and named “Norwegian Escape.” I liked going on a cruise because everything’s planned out for you. We were in Bermuda for three days total. Booking my excursions through the cruise line, here’s where I went: 1) Snorkel Park Beach – This beach offered scuba gear, paddle boarding, and more. So, you’re never bored. I enjoyed the clear ocean water and bar. 2) Clearwater Beach – This beach was even better than Snorkel Park Beach. This beach included beach chairs, umbrellas, and a free lunch. The sand didn’t have rocks in it either. 3) Shopping – So many stores! You’ll have fun shopping wherever you choose. In addition, you can always score WiFi at restaurants.

    Pricing: Balcony Room was $1,692 per person. Snorkel Park Beach was $49. Clearwater Beach was $175 for the day. Learn more >> https://www.ncl.com/shore-excursions/search?destination=Bermuda+Cruises&port=WRF&sort=searchFeatured&sortOrder=asc&perPage=12&startingRecord=0

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    vladymeer
    13 Jan 2020
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    Me and my fiancé needed a beach vacation. Real “Bea cation” We wanted somewhere that was sunny, relaxing, had beautiful beaches, was a short flight from New York. We chose the Fairmount Southampton Hotel because it, had access to their private beach, had several on site restaurants, a free shuttle service to and from their beach and restaurants and also a free ferry service into Hamilton. Bermuda is a beautiful island with wonderful black folks all over the island, everyone speaks English, which makes it easy to talk to people and ask how to get around. Don’t need to convert your cash, US dollars accepted. Best things to do is visit the beaches in Bermuda they have so many. Hard to get to them all but worth trying. If your looking for a perfect peaceful trip on the different beaches Bermuda is the place to be.

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    ClutchQueen
    08 Oct 2019
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    Bermuda did not disappoint. My girls and I definitely could have spent more time in Bermuda because although the island is small, there’s lots to see and do. So the highlights for us were spending the day at Horseshoe Bay Beach which was breathtaking and relaxing. We did not have people trying to sale us stuff on the beach and we did not have to walk far to grab a cocktail or fruity frozen drink. We also enjoyed our tour of the Crystal Caves. It was a cool experience that was enjoyable even for those with mobility issues. It was only 83 steps down but there’s a railing the entire length of the steps. But there’s also a steep heel that was easier walking up than walking down. Our driving tour of the island also did not disappoint. We booked through Winsome tours, it was really nice learning about the history of the beautiful country while taking in some of the bright colors and lush greenery during our private tour. Our tour guide even recommended we try the Bermuda Fish Sandwich at Anchor Bar (located in the Dock Yard) and it was delicious. Lastly, the nightlife … we heard from locals that the best spot for a Monday night was Snorkel Park Beach and they weren’t wrong. That’s also in Dock Yard. The main party/bar scene is in Hamilton on Front Street but that was 45 min. from where we were staying and we heard it was pretty dead on Monday nights. Snorkel Park Beach had a mix of locals and tourist but the DJ was lit. He played a mix of hip hop, r&B and pop. And people were not just posted on the wall, most were actually dancing. Before we went to the club, we stopped by Bone Fish Bar to pregame … good drinks and music there as well. Overall, Bermuda is beautiful with lots to enjoy. Happy Traveling!

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    iamfaithleya
    26 Aug 2019
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    Bermuda has become a second home to me due to my boyfriend being a local. Obsessed with island culture, I always try to make it out to experience the Caribbean nightlife. My two top bars are Calico Jacks set in Dockyard and the Birdcage located downtown. Calico’s being a pirate ship makes it so fun and unique, it also has an inflatable slide and a plank to jump into the crystal blue waters below. Birdcage recently opened in Spring 2019, and is located on the top floor serving bay views, great music and craft cocktails. As for nightclubs, Snorkel Park is the place to be on Monday nights, featuring a large dance floor, beach-side location, and several bars. Snorkel is at the west end of the island but if you’re looking for downtown options, I recommend the nightclub Cosmo and the following bars: Dog House, Cairo, Astwood Arms, The Terrace and Pickled Onion. A few last good-to-knows are US dollars are accepted everywhere, rarely will there be entry fees and drinks range $10-15.

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    TravelQueenAleisha
    02 Aug 2019
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    There is no shortage of AMAZINGNESS in Bermuda. I honestly don’t want to pick one thing that was my favorite but if I must, it would be learning more about the African Diaspora Trail. WE have SO much history in Bermuda it’s insane. We ventured away from the parish of Hamilton and headed to St. George for this experience. I was given the option to book a walking tour, or on bikes. I chose Bikes! So as our guide took us to amazing stops coupled with the history or our ancestors, we made memories. The weather was pretty amazing in February, too! So fly into Hamilton of course, but don’t sleep on the Parish of St. George. I suggest taking the buses to St. Georges, a taxi would be outrageous

    *You have to ride the ferry, it’s generally a short fide from hotel, to the “downtown” area of Hamilton, but- it’s a cool experience.

    *The Dockyard- We actually got rained on this day but this area is super cute. It’s literally a dockyard with shops, small bites to eat, museums and more. This is an amazing spot for pictures.
    *One thing that we didn’t get to do was attend a Fete, which is a Caribbean themed party. make sure to ask the locals about any Fetes scheduled during your visit, they will be delighted to share

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    Jacoria
    21 Jun 2019
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    Bermuda is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. However, it also is EXTREMELY expensive. So bring your bag, you will need it! A group of 26 of us went during Hero’s Weekend, and had an absolute ball. Amazing Jerk Chicken and Fish Sandwiches. Don’t forget to try a. Dark & Stormy anD the infamous Rum Swizzle!

    We stayed in a compound near the Dockyard at Prince Alfred Terrance (opposite of the airport). We had a private dock in our backyard, with amazing views.

    No taxi we took was under $60 so be prepared. Gas is $9/gallon which is why taxis are so expensive. Everything closes early if there are no cruise ships on the island that day as tourism forces business in Bermuda especially near the dockyard.

    If you attend during Hero’s Weekend you MUST attend, Raft Up, Juve, and Play Mas. All are expensive so buy your tickets when they are released.

    Additionally, if you can, ride the ferry it’s only $7 each way or hop on the bus. There are no rideshare on the Island.

    We did a lot in 6 days from caves, to African tours, parties, private boat rides, and so much more. This is a must visit island full of diversity, but most importantly successful black people. Book your flight and accommodations, but make sure your coins are in order!

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    Alison
    05 May 2019
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    My favorite hotel in Bermuda is the Grotto Bay Beach Resort, right by the airport. I am obsessed with beautiful beaches, and gorgeous crystal clear water, so this review will be mainly based on that. Bermuda is known for its dramatic coast lines and stunning clear water. The island is full of limestone, which creates stunning rock formations on the beaches, and dots the island with caves complete with natural pools, stalactites and stalagmites. My favorite beach on the island is Horseshoe Bay Beach, which is no surprise because it is rated one of the best beaches in the world. It has a very large expanse of pink sand, tall hills and limestone cliffs that give way to some of the most amazing views I’ve ever seen in my life. Because a cruise ship made port on the island, the beach was quite crowded. However I like a lively atmosphere, so I didn’t mind that. You have to try the onion rings from the beach restaurant, since Bermuda is famous for it’s onions.
    Another gorgeous beach with crystal clear water is Tobacco Bay. There are stunning rock formations throughout its shore, with lots of fish. This beach is quite close to St. George, which is a charming historical town with colorful architecture.
    Blue Hole is a hidden gem of the island, and is a 5min wall from our hotel. It is a natural pool formed into a huge limestone sinkhole. The water is an electric hue of neon blue that will take your breath away. We also found several caves during our walk to the Blue Hole that we explored.
    Bermuda has some of the most beautiful architecture of any tropical island I have visited; the houses and buildings are so colorful and have tons of character. The only thing I wasn’t crazy about, was that everything was quite expensive. Other than that I love Bermuda!

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    Cowens7100
    14 Apr 2019
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    I went to Bermuda with my sisters back in July 2016. Bermuda is really a small but everyone is really friendly! It was really weird hearing British accents at first but it was cool at the same time. I would say most hotels her are outdated and expensive. We visited a few churches while here and it was an amazing experience. My favorite beach was Horseshoe Bay. The water was so pretty and blue!

    Definitely would recommend traveling here!

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    Sasha
    10 Mar 2019
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    Bermuda is a beautiful island. It’s small and peaceful. The island caters to tourist as it welcomes cruise ships every week. However, once the ships sail the city shuts down since its not catering to any crowd.

    The island is small and easy to get around butttttt they do not rent cars to tourist. You can rent a bike but if you do not know how to ride do not bother. The raids are very dangerous. Tourist often get into road accidents so be careful. Besides that you can get around o the bus or taxis.

    The food is expensive! Catering to Europeans, the food is expensive everywhere you go.not a lot of local dishes except a fish sandwich. The fish is very fish and tasty but besides that, the food isn’t that great.

    The beaches are beautiful. Not matter where you go you will enjoy true beach. To get a panoramic view of the island, go to Gibbs.

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    agoode
    26 Nov 2018
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    I love Bermuda! If you want to completely relax, this is the country to do it! Locals: the people are really nice and friendly. Beaches: Visit Horseshoe Bay! I went in late June and it was a nice, relaxing vibe. Not overcrowded at all. If want some good photos, climb the rocks. The view is beautiful!
    I recommend doing the 2-hour tour around Bermuda. My tour guide was amazing! My yacht tour was informative. That way, I was able to see the ocean life (because of the glass floor) and enjoy some great views and rum! Also, explore downtown if want some nightlife and want to shop.

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    05 Oct 2018
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    Bermuda is a small, but it can pack a good punch if you know what you want to do. For us we always seek out things surrounding the ocean, so if that is what you want to do then it is the place for you!

    For our trip I planned in days of adventure and days to relax. Since I picked things to do I figured I would focus on just that…things to do.

    Here are a few things we did while there.

    Jay and I rented a Boston Whaler from a great company and toured the St. Georges area of the island. He was the ‘Captain’ to my ‘Skipper’! We set out to Castle Island/Castle Point Nature Preserve which is one of the most beautiful locations I think I have ever experienced for seclusion and relaxation. I packed us a lunch and some beers, set anchor and snorkeled, ate, and enjoyed the small beach with the most beautiful pink sand.

    On another day we did our very first real scuba dive! The company that we used was great and took us down for a tour of a ship wreck. Unfortunately, I cannot remember the name of the ship we saw.

    We also went fishing with another great company. It was my first time, and I really enjoyed the experience of what it was like to fish and eat my catch! Trust me it was amazing and I highly recommend you do it at least once. The deck hand on the boat cleaned and filleted the fish we caught for us to take home.

    If you are looking for a day at the beach and a great place to snorkel check out Church Bay. It is secluded and made us feel like it was our very own private beach for the day. Another great beach is Horseshoe Bay, it is feels like endless sand and ocean, and is breathtaking!

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    27 Sep 2018
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    Bermuda was a great weekend away for relaxation. My trip was during the winter so the weather wasn’t ideal for an island getaway, but 60 degrees sure beat NYS 30 degree tempartures. We stayed at the Fairmont and enjoyed all it had to offer including its private beach. Adventure wise it was fun walking to the lighthouse and exploring the town by foot. We found a local restaurant and the food was to die for. I suggest taking more that a weekend here as there is much we didn’t get to see, and also go during summer or spring months.

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    Yannasan
    18 Sep 2018
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    Fun island with several gorgeous beaches with lovely pink sand, particularly Horseshoe Bay. There is also a rich history on Bermuda, I had the opportunity to the Royal Navy Dockyard and Fort Scaur, and not only was it quite telling of their history but also quite picturesque.
    I had the good fortune to stay at the Princess, Fairmont and if you are a golf enthusiast this is the spot for you. The course was amazing.

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    Greg
    05 Jul 2018
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    Bermuda was one of the most beautiful islands I ever visited. It’s very expensive out there when it comes to food and where you stay. I went to the beautiful Horseshoe Bay Beach where it has pink sand. The water was clear crystal blue. It was a event called Raft-Up that I went as well, where they take a big group of ppl on a big boat with food, drinks and music to Shell Bay Beach. We met with other boats to enjoy the festivities. Ended up going to the Crystal Cave also. It was one beautiful sight. The food was delicious. I recommend people to go there.

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    26 Jun 2018
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    Stayed at the Hamilton Princess resort— very close to everything. Rented the twizy electric cars for 3 days and this was ideal for exploring the entire island! Charging ports for the cars are all over the island and at the Hamilton Princess. Locals are nice, but can be snooty ( British culture) Horseshoe Bay is gorgeous and you can find secluded beaches off beaten paths. Highly recommend renting a boston whaler boat from Tucker’s Point to explore the bay and shipwrecks. Not much nightlife, food and drinks are pricey, can find fun bars in town at night. Really enjoyed our stay!

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    07 Jun 2018
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    Bermuda is hands downs one of my favorite islands! It’s just expensive! The resorts and hotels can be over 350$ a night! A great option is to get an Airbnb and share the cost with friends! You also can’t rent a car here only scooters and they drive on the opposite of the road so if you’re not comfortable with that … don’t rent lol

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    TheSelfCareSisters
    05 Jun 2018
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    When it’s J-DAY (Jarica’s Day), we travel! My birthday is in July and the place we decided to go was Bermuda. We connected with @LIVBermuda (on IG) who is one of the years most anticipated party experiences. There were packages priced between $500-800 for excursions and events that could be placed on a payment plans. My flight with Southwest Airlines from New Orleans was $365 RT. Through LIV Bermuda we were able to glide the waves with a Yacht Party and surrounding several other yachts. Bermuda was breath taking, from the pink-sand beaches to historic forts. The island is very eclectic in culture and rich in vibrancy. Bermuda is located near the Gulf Stream, it’s temperature year round, so expect weather that’s never too hot nor too cold. Also, everything from food to lodging is on the expensive side in Bermuda. For those who may love golf, Bermuda is considered one of the most accomplished and coveted golfing destinations in the Atlantic. Elbow beach is one of the beaches that we spent time at, which was a very peaceful. Another adventure we engaged in was going underground at the Crystal & Fantasy Caves. This was the most beautiful part of the trip for me. It is definitely a picturesque environment. Overall, Bermuda was a great place to be for my birthday and opportunity for peace and rest.

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    14 Apr 2018
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    I looooooved Bermuda. Now yes it’s super expensive there, but Airbnb along with splitting the grocery bill saved everything. We also took got a 3 day bus pass from the post office and it was very cheap, easy, and clean, it also transferred for the ferry with no extra fee. The people there are so friendly made everything so much easier.
    The Crystal Caves are a must see, a different experience and you learn so much, great tour. Directly across the street is the famed Swizzle Inn so stop and eat after your cave tour. Up the road from there, if you know how to swim, check out Blue Hole Park. It’s a little path through some forestry then you find the most beautiful and bluest …Pond…Per say. Deep enough to jump off a cliff into if you’re not scared, and freely swim around in.
    Horseshoe Bay (pink sands beach) is the more touristy ​beach but still a must see, it’s a little crowded but still enough space to enjoy yourself. The water has such a pure, beautiful, color. If you want to snorkel, (we bought our own at home and packed them), Tobacco Bay beach is the place for it. This was the best beach to me, bar, music, volleyball, views, we never wanted to leave. When sunset hit… Amazing.
    Take the ferry to the cruise port, it was ok, nice for gift shops and food. Then from there the ferry will also take you to Hamilton, which was my favorite place in Bermuda. This is the more historical part, shops, colonial buildings, great food. Visit the churches, especially the unfinished church, you can no longer go inside it, but still very worth it to visit.
    Find a fight sale, go to Bermuda, you’ll love it.

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    SheisNayilah
    06 Apr 2018
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    Imagine seeing different shades of crystal blue water everywhere while docking in Kings Wharf, Bermuda. Seriously the water is so majestically blue it looks unreal!!I visited Bermuda plenty of times while performing on a cruise ship. In my opinion that’s the best way to travel without breaking your bank. Especially with a country like Bermuda that is generally known to be expensive. Although I was abroad working , a lot of the passengers I met agreed that they saved so much money cruising. (Check out cruisewatch.com or http://www.travelwithsham.com/ for great cruise deals. Travel With Sham is a black owned business and the owner/travel agent has great travel tips.)
    Snorkel Park Beach is an ideal place to go to during the day if you’re into snorkeling. They have Snorkel tours for about $39. At night this establishment transforms into a club on the beach. It’s literally a scene straight out of Jay Z’s “Fiesta” video. “After the show is the after the party”. Literally after my shows I was at Snorkel Park! If you’re into Hip-Hop/Reggae/Dance Hall/Soca, this is where it’s at; and you’ll get to party with a few of the locals and a young hip crowd. I believe Mon and Thurs are the club nights. Let me tell you, I got my ENTIRE LIFE!

    The National museum of Bermuda is next door to Snorkel, if you’re interested in learning the history of the island. Personally I didn’t want to spend $15 to walk around a museum.

    Horseshoe Bay is picturesque and touristy. This beach is known for its pink sand! To be honest when you first see the sand it doesn’t look pink but after staring at it for sometime you’ll notice the pink color in the sand. You’ll get to see and experience the beauty of Bermuda’s cool crystal clear blue water. *sighs* (nirvana) It’s usually really crowded like all popular beaches but I do recommend going there. A shuttle cab from King’s Wharf to Horseshoe is about $7 a person and the travel time is about 15-20min.

    I also got the chance to visit Hamilton the capital city of Bermuda. The water taxi from King’s Wharf to Hamilton is about $5. Hamilton has a lot of shops and great restaurants. Their night life is deemed to be exciting but I got a mild dose of it, so I can’t give much of a review on that.

    Your Bermuda trip isn’t complete without trying their signature Rum Swizzle!!!! So get your Swizzle on!

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