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Facts About Bermuda!

  • A bird watchers' paradise

    There are more than 200 species of birds that can be found in Bermuda. While there are many resident birds in the island, large numbers are migratory birds that migrate between the South and North America, and use Bermuda as a halting place. The Spittal Pond has a large bird sanctuary and one of the best bird watching locations in Bermuda.

  • The Golf Capital

    Bermuda has more golf courses than any other island in the world with seven golf courses covering 22 acres. Golfers have always been drawn to our island's gorgeous scenery, highly agreeable climate and sophisticated array of before and after activities. Conceived by some of the game's most renowned course designers, each offers a stunning array of challenges and spectacular ocean vistas.


  • Infamous soft pink beaches

    Bermuda is one of amazing beaches with long stretches of soft sandy powder pink beach. Bermuda offers an array of exquisite beaches of pink sand and turquoise water. The sand contains pink flecks that are the remains of a tiny organism known as red foam. And relaxing on our pink sand beaches will take you to another level of happiness.

  • Shipwrecks of Bermuda

    Bermuda has been widely recognized as the wreck capital of the Atlantic. The island has more shipwrecks per square mile than anywhere else in the world and is one of the few places where you can dive wrecks dating from the 1600s to 1997. Come enjoy snorkelers, scuba divers, and other seafaring at best wreck diving spots in the world.