Isn't that in Nassau? The OP is looking for Bermuda excursionsDay at the Atlantis Resort is a blast. That resort is incredible with so much to do. Sign up for specials from their website you can get a real good deal sometimes which allows you and your guests up to occupancy limit to have unlimited access.
Love St. George's! Old Bermuda. Check out Tobacco Bay whole you are there. Walk or mini bus from town square. Check in with visitor's center.I love their Crystal & Fantasy Caves, Masterworks museum, National Gallery Museum, and of course the beaches.
If you just want to wander aimlessly, you can take a ferry from King's Wharf to Hamilton and walk around. They have many shops and restaurants there. For a trip back in time, go to St. George's.
This is so true. We walked everywhere in Bermuda, took public transport- buses, ferries. Very easy. No worries.Honestly, Bermuda was such a safe and easy to navigate port that you should do whatever you want to on your own. We took the public ferry and public bus to the Fantasy Caves and had a great, uncrowded time. I am NOT a person that walks around my local city (Seattle) or uses their transportation. But I had no issues in Bermuda.
There are vans outside the dock that take you to the beach for a few dollars. There's some shops, a museum, and Dolphin swim facility right at the dock. There's also a cheap beach and mini golf.
One thing to note, though, that affected many of us. A lot of people in our cruise group couldn't use their credit and debit cards, dispite being told we would be able to. My MasterCard didn't work, but my Visa did. US cash is accepted all over, too.
To tag onto this, if anyone has little ones and you want to avoid the open ocean there is a small cove like area at Horseshoe. It is towards the right as you enter HB. There are even little carve outs/ ledges in some areas that can give a little natural shade in the afternoon. Its rockier over there, it isnt the smooth sandy beach, especially if you hang out near the edges to get the shade but the water is nice and shallow for little ones and it just feels more protected for those that might be hesitant of an open water like feeling.3. If we had to do it over again we would do Horseshoe Bay EVERY SINGLE DAY. IT IS AMAZING! Amazing! Even my youngest who is afraid of the ocean loved it!
One reason for this is your credit card institution's lock on the international use of the card, but - more frequently - it is because the network's fraud detection system has kicked in. This system is managed by the networks themselves, so it doesn't matter how many different Mastercards you have in your wallet. The usual workaround for international travel is to (1) carry cards from different networks - VISA, Mastercard, Amex, and even Discover, and (2) book and pay for everything you can online/beforehand.One thing to note, though, that affected many of us. A lot of people in our cruise group couldn't use their credit and debit cards, dispite being told we would be able to. My MasterCard didn't work, but my Visa did. US cash is accepted all over, too.