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Parks and Nature Reserves

With 21 square miles to work with, it is hard to imagine much of Bermuda that isn’t overdeveloped. In contrary, you will be pleasantly surprised to find many parks and nature reserves completely unspoiled and ready to be enjoyed.

Hidden Gems All-Inclusive Island Eco-Tours Bermuda

Hidden Gems All-Inclusive Island Eco-Tours Bermuda By Brigitta Wohlmuth Eco-Tourism was an untapped market in Bermuda, until three years ago. Over the last century, travellers from around the world have

Hidden Gems

Come along for a fun-filled day on tour with Hidden Gems of Bermuda Ltd. Our mission is to provide an experience of a lifetime exploring Bermuda’s best kept secrets. Travel with

Dolphin Quest Bermuda

Get happily lost in a Bermuda Triangle. Spend the day having fun swimming with our beautiful dolphins in their ocean water safe haven.  Within the old stone fortress now home

Abbott’s Cliff Park

The park located at the northern side of Harrington Sound covers an area of about 18 acres and separated into two parts. From the ground level when you look up,

Admiralty House Park and Clarence Cove

Admiralty House was once the home for admirals of the British Royal Navy. The hillside park boasts fantastic ocean views, shaded paths, wooded areas, and a tennis court. A meandering

Admiral’s Cave

Located in Hamilton Parish, Admiral's Cave is one of the largest dry caves in Bermuda.

Albuoy’s Point and Point Pleasant Park

Albouy's Point is a dock and the pick-up point for many of Bermudas water operators and fishing boats. Cruises also depart here in the summer months. There is a small

Arboretum Park

Arboretum Park has a collection of trees and shrubs from around the world. To reach the Arboretum catch bus number 3 from Hamilton or St.George.

Astwood Cove Beach and Park

Tucked away in a steep cliff, this lovely beach is so remote that it is rarely crowded. The park overlooking the gorgeous cove has picnic tables and restrooms. To get

Barr’s Bay Park

The waterfront Barr's Bay Park is located in Hamilton City of Bermuda overlooking the Hamilton Harbor. The scenic park has shaded trees and benches. You can view the harbor, and

Bermuda Botanical Gardens

The Botanical Gardens is 36 acres of trees, flowers and shrubs. Bermuda Botanical Gardens are also home to the Camden, the official residence of Bermuda's Premier, and the Masterworks Museum

Blue Hole Park

A 12 acre nature reserve located jus off Blue Hole Hill before the Causeway and opposite the Grotto Beach Resort Hotel.

Parks and Nature Reserves Rated by C. Dickinson Rating: 4.6

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