Discover Bermuda’s history, sea life and military heritage in the island’s many museums, enjoy the architecture and parks of Hamilton and St. George, and more in our guide to Bermuda's 10 best topside experiences.
Bermuda is known as the 'Shipwreck Capital of the World'. Discover more than five centuries of nautical history beneath Bermuda’s crystal clear waters. At some sites, shipwrecks rest so close to one another that you can explore multiple ships in a single dive. Many people mistakenly believe our Island is part of the Caribbean. In fact, we rest hundreds of miles north of the Bahamas in an astoundingly beautiful stretch of the Atlantic, a mere 650 miles (1,046 kilometers) east of North Carolina. Flights from New York and other eastern US cities reach our shores in less than two hours and flights from the UK reach the Island in approximately seven hours.
Experience Confederate wrecks like the Mary Celestia and Montana, swim through dozens of dramatic archways and tunnels at sites like the haunting Cathedral, and much more with our interactive map of Bermuda's best dive sites.
Discover everything the shipwreck capital of the world has to offer with our exclusive Bermuda digital dive and travel guide. Explore Bermuda's top dive sites and underwater experiences as well as the island’s best dive operators, resorts and topside diversions. Finally, use the Plan Your Trip feature to get travel deals or book your dream Bermuda adventure.
There’s No better way to spice up A dive destination than by adding a new wreck. Wrecks attract throngs of marine life and divers, so it’s no surprise that operators in hot spots around the world go to great lengths to acquire, clean and sink interesting ships in their waters.
The Top 100 Gold List of operators, resorts, liveaboards, experiences (such as best wall, shore and artificial-reef sites), beach bars, topside attractions and more was determined on a “popularity contest” basis.