Activities

Golf Courses

Port Royal Golf Course: Home of the Grand Slam of Golf for many years and located out in Southampton.  25-30 minutes’ drive from downtown.
Phone: (441) 234-0974
Website:http://www.portroyalgolfcourse.com/

Mid Ocean: Prestigious course with famous members such as Michael Bloomberg.  Located in Hamilton Parish, 20 minutes’ drive from downtown.
Phone: (441) 293-0330
Website: http://www.themidoceanclub.com/#1st

Belmont: Shorter but still a challenging course.  Located in Paget and a 10 minutes’ drive from downtown.
Phone: (441) 236-6060
Website:http://www.newsteadbelmonthills.com/en/Belmont-Hills-Golf-Course

Turtle Hill Golf Club:  18 hole par 3 course located at the Fairmont Southampton hotel and home to the Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship each year.  Located in Southampton Parish and about a 25-30 minutes’ drive from downtown.
Phone: (441) 239-6952
Website:http://www.fairmont.com/southampton-bermuda/golf/

Ocean View:  9 hole course.  The closest to downtown Hamilton at only a 5-10 minutes’ drive.
Phone: (441) 295-9092
Website:http://www.oceanviewgolfclub.com/

Boat & Jetski Rentals

KS Watersports: Three locations on the island, including the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club.
Phone: (441) 232-4155 – Hamilton
(441) 238-4155 – Dockyard
(441) 297-4155 – St. George’s
Website: http://www.kswatersports.com/

Centralized booking center: Offers all watersports available in Bermuda
Phone: (441) 236-1300
Website: https://www.islandtourcentre.com/

Must See Activities

Horseshoe Bay Beach: One of the world best beaches.  Shaped of course like a horseshoe.  Located in Southampton.

Gibbs Hill Light House: See the entire Island from above.
Website: http://www.bermudalighthouse.com

Crystal Caves:  See Bermuda from underground.  Cave ceilings adorned with rare chandelier clusters and delicate crystallized soda straws. Located in Hamilton Parish.
Website: http://www.caves.bm/

Royal Naval Dockyard:  Where all the larger cruise ships dock while visiting Bermuda.  Many tourist attractions (land and on water) and with a few restaurant options to choose from.
Website: http://dockyardbermuda.com/

Admiralty Park:  Located just next to the hockey rink.  Cliff jumping and caves to walk through.  There is also a small beach to swim out from.

Website: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g147257-d2248727-Reviews-Admiralty_House_Park-Hamilton_Pembroke_Parish_Bermuda.html

St George’s: A quaint village located past the airport.  It has a few restaurants on the water and some neat shops to browse through for souvenirs.
Website: http://www.explorestgeorges.com/