The romantic Bermudan air is truly intoxicating. Rated as one of the world's top wedding, honeymoon and romantic destinations, there certainly isn't going to be a dearth of romantic things to do on the island.
Feel the power of flowers, visit the Botanical Gardens. This 35-acre landscaped park is one of Bermuda's major attractions. Hundreds of clearly identified flowers, shrubs, and trees line the pathways. Attractions include collections of hibiscus and subtropical fruit, an aviary, banyan trees, and even a garden for the blind. On the Tuesday and Friday tours, participants stop in at Camden, the official residence of Bermuda's premier for a look around.
For a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride, head to the Terceira's Stables. Horse-drawn carriages were the primary form of transportation on the island up to the mid-1940s. Today, this charming mode of transport is used mainly to take visitors on tours through the city of Hamilton. Terceira's drivers bring their steeds to Front Street near the cruise ship docks to offer guided tours that visit the many churches and the historic sites. Arrangements can be made for private evening rides.
Spend a leisurely day with your loved on a secluded beach, check out Church Bay Beach. A bit off the beaten path, this beach is located on the southwestern point of the Bermuda coast. Its advantageous position blocks the bay from some of the rougher ocean surf. As a result, the waters remain calm, allowing for excellent snorkeling.
Yes, Bermuda is just oozing with romantic things to do; you won't have any problems filling the days of your romantic Bermuda getaway.
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