4 great reasons to visit Bermuda with your family

With a warm and welcoming environment, year round good weather and a fine selection of child-friendly hotels, Bermuda makes an excellent choice for a family holiday at any time of year.  If Bermuda is somewhere you’re considering this year. here are four excellent reasons to help convince you to visit with your family.

Bermuda

Safe beaches

Bermuda’s powder pink beaches are just perfect for children of all ages. Playing beach games on sand that is soft and kind to young toes and paddling in the warm clear shallows is exactly what younger children want. For older, more adventurous kids, snorkelling the off-shore reefs that line the South Shore is fantastic and helps them get to know the local marine residents.

You’ll also find plenty of hotels and water sport centres offering activities including jet skiing, whaler boats, sea kayaking. All of these are activities the family can do together, creating shared memories to last a lifetime.

Lots to explore

Once you’ve enjoyed spending time on the beaches together there’s plenty more exploring to be done across the island. One of the best ways to do this, and burn off excess energy, is to hire bikes. Once in the saddle it’s easy to investigate the islands green interior, pristine colonial style villages and the old naval forts dotted around Bermuda’s coastline.

For a spectacular birds-eye view across the island a trip up to Gibbs Hill Lighthouse will reward you with sweeping vistas. Or head underground to discover sparkling crystal caves and deep mysterious pools of water that glisten with reflections of stunning rock formations.

Budding wildlife enthusiasts will find plenty of opportunities to make friends with the island’s wild inhabitants at Bermuda’s aquariums, zoos and nature reserves. If you’re lucky you may also spot a pod of migrating humpback whales during the Spring months. Bermuda forms part of their migratory route and upwards of 8,000 whales can pass it’s southern shores around February and April.

Easy to combine with a trip to the States

It’s very easy to fall in love with Bermuda and once there many don’t want to leave. But, if you can tear yourselves away, combining your holiday with a visit to the US is very easy to do.

Bermuda’s Atlantic location is close to the east coast of America which makes it extremely easy to hop on a short flight and create the ultimate holiday experience for your family.

Florida, home to Bush Gardens, Sea World, Universal Studios and Disney World, is a mere 2 and a half hour flight away. Whilst the bustle and excitement of New York City is reached in just over 2 hours. This opens a whole world of possibilities for extending your holiday with lots more family friendly experiences.

A warm welcome to younger visitors

Above all else Bermuda is renowned for the feeling of warmth and safety it exudes to all visitors. Bermudians are welcoming and always ready with a smile and friendly hello. If you’re ever out and about and need directions locals are more than ready to help.

Hotels will also go that extra mile to make sure you’re equipped with everything you need to keep the younger members of your party happy and entertained. Many offer baby sitting facilities, kids club with plenty of activities for all ages and menus specifically designed to cater for the discerning taste buds of younger visitors. Sure, you can get that all over the world, but here, they really seem to care just a little bit more.

Victoria Brenner is Director at The Couture Travel Company.

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