A sheltered cove of turquoise water on Bermuda's south shore.

Tips for Visiting Bermuda with Kids

Being a kid in Bermuda is like stepping into Fantasia or Alice in Wonderland, with plenty of weird animals, sunshine-packed days, real-life forts, and bubblegum-colored buses. Bermuda also makes it pretty easy to entertain children with beach trips, interactive heritage centers, aquariums, zoos, parades, and festivals—to name just a few.

Interior of the Kauai Grill at St. Regis resort in Princeville.

Where to Eat in Princeville, Kaua‘i

Princeville has a nice selection of restaurants to suit a range of budgets. Types of food available are classic American fare and other usual suspects with a unique island twist; even the supermarket deli offerings are a tasty option perfect for a day at the beach.

Traditional dishes can be found at Odoriko. Photo © David Recordon, licensed Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike.

Waikiki’s Asian Restaurants

Waikiki’s Asian restaurants feature a variety of Japanese, Chinese, and Thai cuisines for a range of budgets and dining styles from casual to elegant. You’ll also find a nice selection of truly traditional dishes.

Olive trees on a hillside in Turkey.

Turkish Olives and Olive Oil

In 2013, Turkey became the fifth-largest olive oil producer in the world. Turkish olives are so different—and prized so highly for the oil they make—than those cultivated in the rest of Europe because of the sandy soil in which the trees grow, the prevalence of a sea breeze, and the sheer variety of the fruits.