Bermuda island home of the pink sand beaches

Latoya Delbridge

Bermuda, the term itself is legendary and when we hear Bermuda our thoughts instantly drift to the mysterious devil's triangle located west of the great Atlantic ocean better known as the Bermuda Triangle. But we're venturing to a place famous for its pink sand beaches and interconnected small islands that will make you never want to go back home, the island of Bermuda.

Let's dive into some amazing spots to stay. As much as we want to camp out on the pink sand beaches, Bermuda offers some great selections to book. If you love a pool with a view, stay at Cambridge beaches resort and spa with exclusive packages suited for whatever budget you have. Breakfast is included, dine outdoors near the marina if you fancy, and pamper yourself with a European spa plus so much more. Want cozy and homey, book a private waterfront cottage home at Blue horizons guest house or four ways inn and cottage house, great for budget-friendly travel.

They offer vacation rentals for families and can accommodate large parties for special events. Inverurie Executive Suites, one of the five-star classic bed and breakfasts on the island is great for that homey leisure feel. And we can't forget the fancier folks, they have private islands for whoever wants one, so go crazy.

Get Your Fill of Food!

Bermuda is an island and with that comes the freshest seafood one could possibly get. You'd be crazy to get a simple steak and hamburger on this island. You can dine on the beach and hire a chef to cook all the freshest seafood you can eat. The chef cooks according to everyone's palette, even vegan cuisine, and recipes exclusive to the island found nowhere else.

Looking for ambiance and menus, Bermuda bistro at the beach offers delectable cuisine such as tiger shrimp with your choice of lemon pepper, Cajun, or honey garlic sauce. Lobster tail garnished with brown butter baked potatoes and veggies or try their bistro fish sandwich with lightly battered Mahi Mahi slaw on raisin bread with a side of fries. Want a insta worthy drink? try their mudslide, Pina colada, or famous dark n stormy cocktail.

Another great restaurant is the Frog & Onion pub. Dig into their flame-grilled rockfish char-grilled & served with coconut rice, local vegetables, and tropical fruit salsa, yum. try their fresh-made house apple crumb, deep-fried pickles, red onion rings, and frog nachos with Corn tortillas, 5 bean chili, shredded cheddar cheese, house-made salsa, sour cream add pit-smoked brisket or pulled pork. I absolutely love the name of this pub.

Another wonderful place to eat is the Mad Hatter Restaurant. Who doesn't love Alice and wonderland? Sit at a table full of mad people and enjoy some seafood chowder, Croque madam with Onion Bread Layered with Bechamel, Gruyere Cheese, and Topped Off With A Sunny Side Up Egg.

There are so many more hotspots to eat amazing food, even food trucks along the beach areas are popular, you simply don't want to miss anything.

Let's have some fun

Bermuda being an island offers amazing water sports and outdoor recreation. One of the very things tourists enjoy is golfing, game tournaments' and kayaking. Of course, there is so much more to do like spa treatments in serene caves and hiking breathtaking trails overlooking aqua blue waters.

Whatever you choose to do, you'll never grow bored on Bermuda island. The cheapest tickets to the island start at $286 according to Expedia, not bad right.

So pack your bags, don't forget the sunscreen, and take a flight to the island of Bermuda where the waters are blue and tranquil, the people are kind and the food is out of this world.

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