Bermuda, known for its vast shoreline and exquisite beaches, has much to offer in terms of unique outdoor activities. The tropical climate and crystal-clear ocean waters make Bermuda the perfect place for many different types of water activities, and Bermuda is the ultimate destination for many outdoors enthusiast. These are some of the most popular activities offered along the coasts of Bermuda.
Bermuda offers one of the most unique diving opportunities in the world--shipwreck dives. With over 300 wrecked ships lying on the ocean floor, divers can choose which ships they want to tour. Guided tours are available almost every day, and the cost varies depending on the company the dive is booked with.
Bermuda boasts over 400 square km of coral reefs. The vibrant Bermuda reefs are always healthy and filled with a variety of sea life. Different diving packages are available for beginner divers to expert divers, and even for children who want to learn what diving is all about.
Big Game Fishing
Big game fishing in Bermuda is an activity sure to get your adrenaline rushing. Fishing boats equipped with a captain and crew can be chartered for different lengths of time. The summer months provide great fishing with an abundance of white marlin and yellow tuna.
Swim With Dolphins
DolphinQuest, an organization that provides Bermuda tourists with dolphin encounters, offers multiple packages that allow individuals to swim and interact with dolphins (see Resources).
Bermuda is the home of many caves, some located almost 80 feet below the ground. The famous Crystal Caves are located between Castle Harbour and Harrington Sound. Tourists are invited to trek through these exquisite caves filled with stalagmites and stalactites.
Article Written By Savannah Groeneveld
Savannah Groeneveld has been passionately freelance writing for the past six years. Some of her articles have been published on auto.com, carsdirect.com, world66.com, eHow.com and in magazines such as Sunset and Architectural Digest. Groeneveld has a B.A. in Sociology from the University of California, Irvine. She received her M.A. in Education (Curriculum and Teaching) from Fresno Pacific University in 2008.