1# Rental Cars in Bermuda
Everyone dreams of visiting Bermuda — a tiny island surrounded by beautiful ocean and reefs, packed with so many tourist attractions and exciting sightseeing. We call it the Isle of Wonders (Just kidding, maybe we're not). Considering our small size, Bermuda is super easy to travel from one end to another in less than an hour, but if you are planning to visit the island to explore all that Bermuda has to offer, you'll probably want to give yourself more than a weekend to do so and look for a number of the transport options on the island including rental vehicles.
Bermuda is known as a prime location to lounge on its pink sand beaches such as Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay or swim in its stunning blue water. While the beach is excellent for rest & relaxation make sure you give yourself enough time to explore the island.
By renting a Renault Twizy through Current Vehicles, you can also visit exotic places on your own and fill your eyes with picturesque views as well as discover spots to pamper yourself in the spas and the duty-free shops. Below are the 12 best places that you can go to create your most unforgettable trip to Bermuda.
1. Crystal Caves
The Crystal Caves are located near to Castle Harbour and is considered as one of the largest and famous grottos on the island. You will be mesmerized by its dramatic crystal formations of stalactites and stalagmites as well as walking over the pontoon bridge that goes around Cahow Lake filled with crystal clear water.
Seeing those beautiful views will ultimately make you feel like you’re a natural born photographer with a desire to take photos in every corner and share with all of your friends.
2. Fantasy Cave
Just a small excursion from the Crystal Cave, you will be captivated by Fantasy Cave’s beauty. Witness its entire walls that are covered with frozen waterfall-like calcite mineral deposits as well as the chandelier like cluster formations at the ceilings.
Seeing each cave will take you to about 30 min each perhaps more than an hour if you want to tour both caves. There are bookable tours available that allow you to learn more about their formations, and history as well as have a walk through the jungle.
3. Swizzle Inn
Feeling hungry after enjoying the view of the famous caves, you can go to Bermuda’s renowned pub — the Swizzle Inn. It is just about a 3min walk from the main entrance and is also known as the original home of Bermuda’s national drink — the Rum Swizzle.
4. Colorful Flatt’s Village
Another beautiful place to check out while you are in Bermuda is the Colorful Flatts Village, Flatts has one of the most picturesque views as you come around the corner and has excellent restaurants and shopping locations
So don’t miss the chance to see the beautiful pastel-colored houses, the scenic fishing areas, the palm trees, the magnificent Harrington sound
5. Horseshoe Bay Beach
One of the most famous beach in Bermuda in the parish of Southampton. Horseshoe Bay's pink sand is breathtaking, and its ocean views and cliff faces are stunning. There is also a lifeguard station manned between 10 am to 6 pm on summer days. There's also a beachside cafe where you can dine. Horseshoe Bay Beach is open 24/7 and is free to access.
6. Unfinished Church
From the name itself, Unfinished Church was never completed due to numerous disagreements by the settlers in St. George who built this Gothic church during 1870’s. Located in the town of St George, on the Island of St Georges' so when you happen to stop by one spot in St. George, you should consider visiting Unfinished Church too for its incredible Gothic architecture and tranquil surroundings.
7. St. George's Town
Interested in the history of Bermuda? Then visiting this place should be on your bucket list. St. George Town is a World Heritage Site and has a lot of historical significance, it is said to be the place where the first human settlement in Bermuda began during 1609 when George Somers arrived along with his crew members on a ship. It is located at the eastern end of Bermuda and is perfect for you to wander along the narrow alleyways, you can also take a look at the quaint shops selling many different items including local artworks, and dine with a fantastic view of the harbor.
8. Royal Naval Dockyard
Breakaway from pink sand beaches and head on over (perhaps by Ferry) to the Royal Naval Dockyard. It is one of the more popular tourist spots that you shouldn’t miss when you are in Bermuda. Cruise ships regularly arrive during summer months, and it is the location of the base of the Royal Navy in the Western Atlantic Ocean. There are several attractions that you can visit when you are at the Royal Naval Dockyard especially for last minute souvenirs, shopping, and local artisan craft stores.
9. Elbow Beach
Looking for the pinkest sand in Bermuda? Well, don’t look further and go to Elbow Beach. It is an excellent option for people who don't like crowds. The beach is surrounded by the Elbow Beach hotel and the Coral Beach Club. It is a sandy beach in Paget parish in Bermuda and from the name itself, it has a gentle curve like an elbow and is also a brilliant spot for snorkeling.
10. Port Royal Golf Club
Port Royal Golf Club is located in the Southampton Parish, Southampton Golf Club and is a choice for vacationing celebrities and PGA greats with A total of 6,842 yards, it is sure to be Bermuda's longest greenway while having incredible ocean views but if your a beginner, you might want to try another course as Port Royal is quite challenging.
11. Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo
Located in Flatts Village, Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo is one of the world’s oldest aquariums and was established to enhance tourism and to inspire appreciation and care of island environments. It also offers visitors a variety of fun activities to do like guided snorkeling expeditions, animal feedings, animal story time and arts and crafts.
12. Warwick Long Bay Beach
Avoiding crowded beaches? Warwick Long Bay Beach is an ideal beach for families because it has an inner reef that safeguards small people and it is quiet and secluded compared to Horseshoe Bay. Horseshoe is a picture-perfect venue for its clear water and soft, pink sand. It also best for horseback riding and peaceful walks.
13. Tobacco Bay
Super fun beach club with a liquor license and food available, just a short distance from the cruise ship dock in St. George. You can also rent snorkeling equipment and start seeing a fascinating view of marine life and corals or jump off a cliff if your feeling brave.
14. National Museum of Bermuda
Located at the Royal Naval Dockyard, in Sandys Parish and previously known as Bermuda Maritime Museum. It showcases the maritime and island history of Bermuda. It also recounts Bermuda's naval heritage and how vital this was to Atlantic trading between the UK, Europe, Africa and the USA. There is also an interactive water program in the Keep pond where children and adults from 5 years old and above will have a chance to play with and swim alongside the Atlantic bottlenose dolphins living at the museum.
So what are you waiting for? Start creating your itinerary now and choose the places where you want to go, if you have any questions the team at Current Vehicles are happy to help you plan your journey!