Added: Tessie Lesko - Date: 22.02.2022 02:12 - Views: 37292 - Clicks: 9644
As our British winter weather makes me want to snuggle under a blanket with a big cup of hot chocolate my mind keeps wandering back to an amazing few weeks spent on the beautiful isle of Bermuda. Bermuda is a little gem in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The little known private beaches and the way to spend an hour just watching dolphins play. Landing in Bermuda is a treat in itself, you fly in over the crystal clear turquoise water as it shimmers and sparkles in the sun.
But you can find the real magic just a little way off the beaten track. While the tourists flock to Horseshoe Bay, which has been voted the 8th best beach in the world, I have always preferred finding the quieter, lesser known beautiful spots.
I have been lucky enough to visit Bermuda a few times and my favourite beach was a little cove at the north point of the island called Tobacco Bay. BUT on my last visit my little bay was pipped to the post and a new little gem was found. This beach was my perfect little slice of paradise. Nothing but clear water, conversation and the baking Bermuda sun. To get to these pretty havens, take the bus to St George. Once off the bus they are about a ten minute walk uphill past the old ruined church, past a golf course and then you will round a corner to the view of Tobacco Bay.
One of my favourite Bermuda islands girls last summer was spent sitting watching beautiful dolphins play and show off. Of course you can pay a fair few dollars to partake in one of the trainer programmes or dolphin encounters, but you can also see them for a lot cheaper. I happened to be there over the lunch break from activities so got to chat to one of the trainers and hear all about the gorgeous mammals she works with every day, about their characters and quirks, all while watching them flip and play. Almost bang in the centre of the island sits Flatts village which is home to my bus stop, the Bermuda Aquarium and some of the most beautiful little boats you have ever seen!
The aquarium itself is most definitely worth a visit- there is a turtle pool before you even pay your entry fee and it is home to so many beautiful creatures. Just next to the aquarium is a bridge that sits over the entrance to Harrington Sound, a big lake like body of water.
Right beneath this bridge is where the currents from the ocean and the Sound meet, so you can literally see the tide change direction and everything that is in the water move with the current. So while waiting for your bus, which is by the turtle pool, you can lean over the bridge in the glorious Bermuda sunshine and watch all sorts swim by.
I have seen beautiful turquoise parrot fish, big hogfish, the prettiest angel fish and even a few big rays pass by. And if you happen to be in Bermuda over the summer try to get tickets to Cup Match, the annual cricket game between the two sides of the island. But these have been a few of my jewels, and my secret to discovering Bermuda is to venture just a little further away from the s of your guide book.
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