Butterfield Nature Reserve

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Butterfield Nature Reserve is a thick forest of Bermuda Palmettos and also dotted by rare endemic Bermuda sedge. There is a trail that go around the forest, and if you are a nature lover, you can experience the amazing native plantation at the reserve. There is no admission at the reserves. The reserve is open to visitor during the day time only. From the Miles Market grocery store in Pembroke, it’s a short walk up the Pitt’s Bay Road.

Take a taxi or a bus (#4). You can plan a light lunch (like soup, snacks etc) at the Miles Market Cafe and then walk up to the reserve.

  • Phone: 1 441 236 6483
  • Address: Point Shares Road, Pembroke, Bermuda
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