Getting Around Bermuda
Bermuda may be easy to get to — after all, this mid-Atlantic archipelago is a quick flight from most East Coast gateways — but getting around isn’t as easy as you might expect, especially if you were planning on driving yourself in a rented convertible. That’s right: Rental cars are not permitted on Bermuda, so if you’d like your own wheels you’ll have to settle for two on a rented scooter. Once you master driving on the left-hand side of the road you’ll be set; otherwise, Bermuda’s buses and ferries are reliable and cover most of the island.
Elbow Beach Bermuda
From pristine pink sands to pastel houses in carefully preserved colonial towns; Bermuda is a cosmopolitan, exotic and above all well groomed destination.
The ocean is a constant feature of each day’s activity, even if you are simply gazing over the Atlantic azure or dining on that morning’s fresh catch. On the reefs around Bermuda’s 62 mile (100 kilometer) coastline lie over 400 shipwrecks, creating a fascinating underwater history of the island. The snorkelling and scuba diving are world class.
Visit and Explore Bermuda
Bermuda is a lovely place to visit. King’s Wharf, the port the Norwegian Breakaway stops at, is an exciting place for shore excursions during your cruise vacation.
Snorkel Park may be the most well-known of the options in King’s Wharf, as an amazing snorkeling beach with lots to offer. You enter this white sand beach through a limestone tunnel to find sunken cannons and other underwater treasures.