A cruise to Bermuda could be just what you need to get away from stress and enjoy a few days enjoying the sun, sand, and beautiful waters. Many cruises to Bermuda include a variety of shore excursions and activities that will give you a chance to experience the local culture, discover nature at its finest, and learn about the island’s history. Here are some of our favorite excursions in Bermuda:
Guided Snorkeling Adventure
You’ll find several tour operators offering guided snorkeling adventures where you can explore the coral reefs and discover more than 300 shipwrecks around the island. The Atlantic is one of the best oceans for deep diving adventures so you won’t want to miss the chance to see exotic fish, beautiful coral reefs, and other marine life up close.
Swimming With the Dolphins
There are just too many water activities to choose from around Bermuda and you won’t want to miss the chance to swim with the dolphins. You can head off on a half-day or full-day of swimming and excursions to learn more about these friendly marine mammals, watch them swim over and around you, and play together in the clear waters.
Crystal Caves Discovery Tour
Don’t miss the chance to ride a glass-bottom boat around the caves of the island to discover the magic of the rock formations and nature at its best. You can travel below sea level to explore the caverns and see the stalactite and stalagmite formations up close.
Guided Island Tour
If it’s your first time visiting Bermuda, head off on a guided island tour to see the historic village lining the coast, visit the Royal Navy Dockyard, and walk over the world’s smallest drawbridge. You can learn about the history of the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse and travel across the cobble stone streets to enjoy the island like a local.
When you’re heading to the Mexican Riviera on a cruise, make sure you’re choosing a ship that has dedicated space for relaxation and pool time. Only a few cruise lines have gone above and beyond to create unique pool experiences for their guests so you could be enjoying poolside drinks, a few hours of sunbathing, and even live music on the pool deck. If pool-time is a must on your next cruise, make sure to check out these three spectacular pools.
When you’re heading off to Cozumel or other destinations around Central America, you’ll want to spend some time at the South Beach Pool and Forest Aquaventure aboard the MSC Seaside ship. The ship promises plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy the sunshine as you take in views of the Caribbean Sea. The South Beach Pool is designed in front of a tower of rooms, just like a Miami high-rise. You can take in views of the ocean while you relax in the shimmering blue pool or relax on one of the white beach loungers on the pool deck. For family-fun, make sure to head to the the Forest Aquaventure, which is a themed outdoor waterpark, complete with water slides that run off and back on to the ship.
Disney Wonder by Disney Cruise
In addition to the adults-only Quiet Cove Pool, the cruise ship has three themed pools the whole family can enjoy. Goofy’s Pool is where kids and parents can enjoy some water activities together. The AquaLab is home to water slides for younger kids and The Quiet Cove Pool offers some private relaxation with soothing lights and a spa-like ambiance on board.
Princess Cruises Ruby Princess
The Ruby Princess was designed with relaxation and exhilaration in mind. The adults-only Sanctuary is designed with private pool experiences for couples, the perfect place to destress and get away from it all. You can also enjoy movie screenings under the stars on the pool deck and luxury amenities throughout the ship.