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- Where to Stay in Bermuda for Under $200 a Night The constant demand for more affordable places to stay in Bermuda is increasingly being met by local residents who are renting out rooms, attached apartments, separate cottages, or transforming their homes into B&Bs. These are perfect for visitors who seek something more private or unusual than a standard hotel.
- Camping Out Bermuda-Style Crowds of locals lounging under roadside tarpaulins, blasting their stereos and barbecuing four-course meals—no, it’s not squatters or a sudden outbreak of homelessness, just the start of camping season, Bermudian-style.
- Exploring Bermuda’s Railway Trail Stretching the length of the island, the Railway Trail provides a serene 20-mile artery through Bermuda’s parishes, safely away from trafficked thoroughfares. Try two of the best sections on foot or bicycle.
- Visiting Bermuda’s Royal Naval Dockyard Like the old town of St. George’s in the East End, the Royal Naval Dockyard on Bermuda’s western point is crucial to understanding what shaped the political and social history of Bermuda. It’s also loads of fun to visit.
- Bermuda’s Blue Hole Park and Walsingham Nature Reserve In Hamilton Parish, this property incorporates coast and forested land from Blue Hole Park to Tom Moore’s Jungle (as Walsingham Nature Reserve is commonly called). Learn about Tom Moore’s local legend and his calabash tree, the honeycomb of forest caves, and the amazing swimming grottoes and underwater caves.
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