St. George's, Bermuda Cruise Port

4.2 out of 5

About St. George's, Bermuda

Find peace in Bermuda. No neon signs, billboards, or rental cars spoil its beauty. Bask on pink sands and watch blue waters rife with tropical fish. Rent a sailboat and glide by the world's northernmost coral reef. Enjoy over 100 tennis courts and more golf courses per square mile than anywhere else. As Twain said, "You go to heaven if you want. I'd rather stay in Bermuda." No doubt you'll agree.

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St. Geo is a lovely walk-around port. Small shops, decent eateries. The Carriage House was wonderful for dinner (overnight in port). Keep in mind that this is at the less commercial end of the island. If you are looking for a lot of action, take a bus to Hamilton.


The "must see"s are the beautiful beaches with crytal clear water of different shades of blue, soft sand, amazing rock formations, and tropical fish that you can swim with and see with a snorkel and mask. Seeing the pastel homes and colorful flowers everywhere is impossible to miss. Didn't check out the restaurants on the island (enjoyed the food on the ship, which was already paid for). We did really enjoy the Crystal Caves/Fantasy Caves with its incredible stalactites and stalagmites and pretty garden.

Visited: Jun 10, 2007

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The private beaches. Renting a small boat to go to small Islands. Dockyard for a 2 hour visit the dolphins and the snorkel park and the Clock Tower Mall. Take the ferry there and the bus back. That way you see the Island from the water and by land. Short stop in Hamilton. If you like to shop. St Georges of course nice small town.

Visited: Apr 29, 2007

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St. George is okay but rent a scooter and head over to Hamilton. St. George has St. Catherine's beach and Tobacco Bay but Horseshoe Beach was one of the most beautiful and clean beaches I have ever seen and I've seen a lot of them.

Visited: Jun 18, 2006

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Fort st. Catherine haunted excrusion was great!! disappointed that St. David Lighthouse was closed for season. Not much to do with the street festival. (on first visit, much more) - loved the addition of live actors portraying people of importance to Bermuda History - White Horse Salon food was really good, however the Hideaway resturant was not an enjoyable visit (ambiance, food, decor, etc - the waiter was very nice though)

Visited: Sep 16, 2007

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