Just a short flight from the east coast of the US, our Bermuda destination wedding and honeymoon packages provide the opportunity for world-class scuba diving, gorgeous and romantic pink-sand beaches, all on an island with a historic British influence.
Relax with a romantic destination wedding or honeymoon in Bermuda
The minute you step off a plane and onto the soft shores of Bermuda, it’s quite apparent that you’re in for something extraordinary. From the perfectly pink beaches to its historic parishes filled with charming ruins and romantic B&Bs, the quaint charm of Bermuda is hard to miss.
Though the island seems like a continuous land mass, it is actually made up of 181 islands, islets, and rock formations. In other words, you are never far from the striking Atlantic waters, filled with more than five centuries of nautical history. You can expect excellent scuba diving through coral-crusted shipwrecks, or perhaps you’ll want to kayak below the bluffs into sea caves to appreciate both the beauty and history of these waters.
In town, there’s ample history and beauty to be found along the parishes’ cobbled streets. Bermuda’s prime and strategic location has made it a stronghold for forts and historic war sites, so British towns like St. George’s are dotted with architectural treasures — and prime lookouts for dramatic Bermuda destination wedding photos. If you’re looking for the ultimate in luxury, head to Tucker’s Town for its rejuvenating spas and natural beauty.
Before You Go: Need-to-know info
Entry requirements: Passport
Flight time: 2 hours from New York City; 9 1/2 hours from LA; 3 1/2 hours from Chicago; 6 hours from Dallas
Getting around: You can’t rent cars, but you can easily get around by taxi, bus, ferry, moped or bike
Entry requirements: Passport and return or onward ticket
Currency: Bermudian dollars (US dollars are also widely accepted)
When to Go: Bermuda at its best
Best weather: May to November. Year-round temperatures range from the mid-60s to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. October receives the most rain, though rainfall is fairly consistent throughout the year.
Best prices: November to March (other than Christmas and New Year’s); exact dates vary by hotel. Hurricane season swirls from June to November (September is the trickiest).
What to Do
Golf: Bermuda has more golf courses per square mile than any other country in the world. Best courses: Mid Ocean Club, Port Royal Golf Course and Riddell’s Bay Golf & Country Club.
Diving: They don’t call it “The Bermuda Triangle” for nothing. A fantasia of more than 400 wrecks awaits divers beneath the cerulean sea near Bermuda. Explore the Cristobal Colon, a 499-foot Spanish luxury liner that sunk in 1936, or dive a stacked wreck!
It’s pink!: Twenty-one miles of pink beaches encircle this otherwise green island. The coast takes on its powder-pink hue thanks to waves battering and breaking down tiny, calcified pink animals attached to the surrounding coral reef. Homes, buildings and churches are also painted in every shade of pink imaginable and are topped with white, rippled roofs, offering a brilliant contrast to the deep blue sky.