I've just spent 10 amazing days exploring Bermuda. Not a cheap destination but costs can be controlled with a few tips and techniques.
I've written a comprehensive travel report which includes lots of photos, history, sights, transportation, visa requirements, eating out, accommodation and so much more.
You can view the report here:
If you require any additional information, please contact me.
Hi there, I'm not finding much lodging as of yet. We'd like a quiet place on the beach, but don't want to spend a fortune. Private house or resort that's not too 'resorty'. But I guess it would ideally be near to restaurants and other things to do, as we know that we may have temps that are chilly for the beach, and there aren't cars to rent. Are there golf carts, by the way? How best to get around w little kids? First time to Bermuda. Any advice greatly appreciated. Thank you!
I am considering a 5-6 day stay at Greenbank Cottages. The cottages are near Salt Kettle. the manager has been very helpful but I wonder if someone on the forum can help with a couple of questions. My basic concern is how convenient the Salt Kettle area is for getting around as a tourist... probably without a scooter. Ferry to Hamilton is often recommended as quite scenic? I could then ferry back or take a return taxi. But I also will want to visit the south shore beaches. Is there a semi direct…
Just a few posts back, cycling was recommended for getting around the island. Does anyone have recommendations about where to rent bicycles? On arrival close to the airport? Or around Hamilton or Saint-George?
Thank you for any tips / information.
Hello! preferably a young professional, late 20s, female, nice, and not too messy. I'm looking for someone to share a room with for a Norwegian cruise docking in new york city (im from philadelphia, pa, USA) leaving MAY 31 – JUN 07, 2015 Sun – Sun. please email me if interested email@example.com
It's true - there are no car rentals on Bermuda! So how does one get around?
Ferries and scooters or riding with a friend if you know someone who lives on the island! Ferries are cheap, some are $2.50-4 one way depending on which part of the island you're going to. Scooters average $60-50 per day but be careful, it's one way lanes on the island and narrow with many turns!
Think before you rent a scooter if you're comfortable riding. It is recommended you have ridden a motorcycle or a scooter…