Caribbean Tourism

BERMUDA: WHAT TO SEE AND DO

DINING:

Restaurants available - Local. Gourmet. Indian. Italian. French. Japanese. Chinese. Mexican. British. North American. Usual tipping practice is 15%.


NIGHTLIFE:

Entertainment available includes:

  • Dance Clubs.
  • Dinner/Dances.
  • Nightclubs.
  • Pubs.
  • Theaters.
  • Cinemas.
  • Live music.
  • Karaoke.

SHOPPING:

Locally produced items available include - Paintings. Bermuda cedarwood. Jewelry. Pottery. Hand-blown glass. Perfume. Bermuda is not a duty free port. However a wide range of luxury goods are available.

SIGHTSEEING:

  • The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo.
  • The Crystal Caves of Bermuda.
  • Bermuda Maritime Museum.
  • Fort St. Catherine.
  • Gibbs Hill Lighthouse.
  • Fort Scaur.
  • Town of St. George.
  • Bermuda Perfumery.
  • Somerset Bridge.
  • Camden.
  • Royal Naval Dockyard.
  • Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute.
  • Dolphin Quest.
  • City of Hamilton.
  • Bermuda National Trust Museums.
  • Carter House.
  • Bermuda Brewing Company.

SPORTS:

Activities:

  • Aerobics.
  • Ballroom dancing.
  • Bowling.
  • Bridge.
  • Chess.
  • Country & Western Dancing.
  • Deep sea fishing.
  • Golf.
  • Gym.
  • Horseback riding.
  • Jogging.
  • Scuba diving.
  • Squash.
  • Scrabble.
  • Tennis.
  • Walking.
  • Watersports.

Spectator sports:

  • Cricket.
  • Cycle Racing.
  • Hockey.
  • Motocross.
  • Power-boat racing.
  • Rugby.
  • Sailing Races.
  • Softball.
  • Soccer.
  • Volleyball.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

  • January 6: Princess to Princess 7.2 mile Running Race.
  • January 15 - March 2: Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts 2002.
  • January 18-20: Bermuda International Race Weekend.
  • January 26-February 3: Annual Regional Bridge Tournament.
  • January 31, February 1-3: Bermuda International Open Chess Tournament.
  • February 2-7: 4th Annual Seniors Golf Tournament.
  • February 7-12: 5th Annual Couples Tournament (Golf).
  • February 14: Spittal Pond Children’s Nature Walk.
  • February 15-18: Bermuda Rendezvous Bowling Tournament (ABC/WIBC Sanctioned).
  • March 4-10: 5th Annual Ladies Pro-Am Golf Classic.
  • March 7-10: CBC Mother/Daughter, Father/Son USTA Sanctioned Invitation Tournament (Tennis).
  • March 11-17: CBC Super Senior USTA Sanctioned Invitational Tournament (Tennis).
  • March 15&16: An Evening of Jazz.

TRANSPORTATION:

Driving is on the left hand side of the road. Rentals available include - motor scooters and pedal cycles. There are no cars for rent. Local services - Taxi. Bus. Mini-Bus Services. Ferry. Tours by taxi or bus available by arrangement. Sightseeing - per hour $30; By taxi meter per ml - first mile $4.80, each additional ml $1.68. 25% surcharge added between 2400 and 0600, Sundays and Public Holidays.


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