We are asked all the time by visitors to recommend cool places
off the beaten path -- places that most tourists don't see.
This is one of those spots.
Admiralty House Park is where, this time of year, daring bathers
take a leap off some of Bermuda's natural limestone cliffs.
It always makes for a spectacular sight, captured here by our
photographer Kageaki Smith.
Cliff jumping is also quite dangerous, however. Earlier
this month a man was critically injured when he took a cliff
Danger aside, Admiralty House is a beautifully quaint park on
Bermuda's north shore in Pembroke, just a few minutes from the busy
streets of Hamilton. The water is incredibly calm when the
weather's good and can be the perfect place if you like to hit the
water without first having to hit the sand.