OK, let’s get this out of the way first: I am fully a proponent of travel being about culture and experience and cuisine and life and learning how other people live. But I’m also a proponent of seeking and sharing the beauty of a place. On Instagram in particular.
From the icing-capped colored homes, to the beaches boasting a shade of blue that exists there alone, to sunsets that color the sky in hues so striking you’d question whether they were real—once Bermuda beckons, you may spend the rest of your days answering its call.
Bermuda has long been known for its pink sand and postcard perfection, but the 21-square-mile isle has never had more experiences worth traveling for.
Bermuda has long been known for its beaches (especially the pink sand ones—but more on that later) and for playing host to old people, but the little isle has big things going on and there’s really nothing geriatric about it.