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The St. George’s Foundation

The St. The St. George’s Foundation (Admiral’s Walk, 16 Water Street, St. George’s GE 05) — The Town of St. George presents a unique opportunity for people to learn about and to experience Bermuda’s culture, traditions and heritage. After nearly 400 years of continuous occupation St. George’s remains a “living town.” Since its founding, the […]

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Jobson’s Cove

Jobson’s Cove (Off South Road, Warwich Parish) — Jobson’s Cove may be tiny. But this sheltered cove, surrounded by steep, jagged rocks, is arguably one of the most visually stunning beaches in Bermuda.

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Sport fishing in Bermuda

Fishing – for those interested in sports fishing, there are various private charter outfits that will take visiting fishermen to the high seas outside of Bermuda, where (depending on the season), various types of fish can be caught – from Amberjack to Barracuda, Yellowfish Tuna, Blue Marlin, White Marlin, and Rainbow Runner. Such firms include […]

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Pomander Gate Tennis Club

Pomander Gate Tennis Club (21 Pomander Road, Paget Parish) — there are five hard courts available (four with lighting) at this scenic club located off Hamilton Harbour. Temporary membership is available for $35 per couple per week.  

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Fantasea Diving & Watersport

Fantasea Diving & Watersports (Dockyard Watersports Centre, Royal Navy Dockyard) — this is the only PADI diving center located at the historic Royal Naval Dockyard. Once a strategic Atlantic outpost for the British Navy, this now popular tourist destination is the ideal jumping off point to explore genuine shipwrecks, vibrant coral reefs, and secluded island […]

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Paget Marsh and Boardwalk

Paget Marsh and Boardwalk (Lovers Lane, Paget Parish) — This lush and leafy nature reserve, jointly administered by the Bermuda National Trust and Bermuda Audubon Society, is a unique green space of 25 acres of original Bermuda. The peat marsh has remained much the same since prior to the first settlers’ arrival – covered with […]