Beautiful quaint island town. Tobacco Bay was great for snorkeling! We took the ferry from the Dockyard which was a nice ride (about 20 mins) and walked downtown. Can’t wait to go back!
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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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This island is so beautiful and easy to get around! The weather is great, people are friendly and the food is delicious! I enjoy myself every time I visit!😊
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.
Tobacco Bay near St George was a lovely spot to catch some sun and swim. Very calm and clear water that is protected by rocky outcroppings on the open sea side of the bay. A small vendors stand was there for food and drinks and bath changing area available on site. No need to go back to the ship in wet swimsuit. The taxi drivers prefer that you didn't.
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