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Explore Old Bermuda, Bermuda Arts and more!

Bermuda..just sooo relaxing. We have explored this island from one end to the other. It never gets old. The clean, clear, colors in nature and architecture is very refreshing. Wonderful beaches. Many B&B's and listings on Airbnb as well as small to large hotels.

These strange underwater pyramid structures at a depth of two thousand meters were identified with the help of a sonar. Studies of other structures like Yonaguni in modern day Japan have allowed scientists to determine that the two giant pyramids, apparently made of something like a thick glass, are really impressive - each of them is larger than the pyramid of Cheops in Egypt.

Munising Glass Bottom Boat Tours ......The Bermuda, a 150 foot wooden schooner foundered and sank in the spring of 1870 in Murray Bay on Grand Island. Her top deck is just 12 feet below the water’s surface where she has remained. Went on that tour!

Stroll Through the Bermuda Arboretum: A lush and lively 22-acre national park in the heart of Devonshire Parish, the Bermuda Arboretum is home to a collection of trees unique to the island, including the famed Bermuda Cedar.

Bermuda - has two lighthouses, Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse on the south-west and St. David’s Lighthouse on the north-east. Located on the eastern end of St. David’s Island, the lighthouse of the same name is over a 130 years old and sits on the highest point of this area of Bermuda, standing at a total height of 208 feet above the sea level.