‘You go to heaven if you want. I’d rather stay here in Bermuda.’ Mark Twain’s words have probably been uttered by a fair few visitors to Bermuda’s idyllic shores and this sub-tropical gem in the North Atlantic is still a hot spot for vacationers in search of something a bit special.
This vibrant island is one of the oldest British colonies and is packed with historic and natural treasures including the World Heritage Site of St George, Britain’s oldest surviving town in the New World; a spectacular coral reef full of brightly colored fish and fabulous diving and snorkelling spots; not to mention a fabulous, balmy climate which makes the island a perfect year-round destination.
On our 7-night self-guided walking tour you’ll follow gentle, traffic-free trails and stunning coastal paths, taking in the sugary pink sands, secret turquoise bays and pastel-colored villages of this beautiful island. You’ll experience an incredible diversity of flora and fauna as you explore; the Botanical Gardens were the inspiration for John Lennon’s Double Fantasy album while Spittal Pond is home to herons, egrets and flamingos. Be sure to look out for humpback whales too, basking in the warm waters of the Atlantic!
Your base for the week is the luxurious Coco Reef Hotel in Paget Parish which enjoys an enviable location on one of the South Shore’s most stunning beaches. The hotel offers a swimming pool, tennis court, panoramic ocean views and outstanding cuisine.
Experience this little piece of heaven for yourself on our Islands of Bermuda Walk.