Expert Travel Advice to Bermuda

Top Answers To Bermuda Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Great time of year to visit! Moderate spring-like temps, sunny days, and very little humidity. Also, hurricane season is still a few months off. Have fun!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Your best bet is to check with the local taxi companies. They might be able to provide infant seats. Here are some contacts/numbers: Bermuda Industrial Union Taxi Coop (+011-441-292-4476); BTA (+011-441-296-2121); Bermuda Taxi Radio Cabs (+011-441-295-4141); Sandy's Taxi Co. (+011-441-234-2344). Can't guarantee what you'll actually get once you're on the ground, but this should at least give you some peace of mind. Separately, you might want to check with your hotel concierge for their recommendations for the best local taxi companies.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    It depends on your interests and the people traveling with you (any children in the group?). Elbow Beach is a must-see, the Bermuda Aquarium is wonderful, especially for children, and The Royal Naval Dockyard and Gibbs Hill Lighthouse are great attractions for a historical perspective on the island.
  • Alistair answered:
    There are loads of tour offerings for exploring Bermuda, from organized excursions to guided walking tours to Segway-propelled adventures. The following link offers some more detail about some of these different options: http://www.bermuda.com/things-to-do/tours--wildlife.aspx. Myself, I'd go the self-guided route, including the ever-popular one of renting a motor scooter and exploring at your own pace. Bermuda also has an extensive rehabilitated rail-trail that stretches almost the entire width of the island. Rent a bike from a local shop like Eve's in either Paget or Hamilton and enjoy the freedom of two wheels. (More useful on the Bermuda Railway Trail can be found here: http://www.bermudarailway.net.) Another useful recommendation is to pick up a copy the tourist board's "Bermuda East to West" for some helpful info on places to see and ways to get around. The visitor information bureaus in towns like Hamilton and St. George also schedule free walking tours, including one with Hamilton's town crier! Check out this link for loads more ideas about free things to see and do on Bermuda, including the best local sightseeing and places to shop, dance, dine, party, and more! http://www.bermuda4u.com/Attractions/free-sightseeing.html

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