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The Crystal Cave in Bermuda

A guide to the unexpected in Bermuda

The Bermuda Triangle isn’t the only trinity this island’s known for: sun, sea and sand are the main tourist draws. But there’s so much more to here than that. Bermuda has a rich culture to discover, made even more accessible thanks to British Airways’ brand-new daily flight


A British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda’s British, Caribbean, Portuguese and North American influences meld together to create a way of life that’s completely its own. From feuding fish sandwiches and sunken shipwrecks to sustainable initiatives and tours about Black resistance, here are the things you probably don’t know about Bermuda – but definitely should.

Horseshoe Bay in Bermuda

Serene Horseshoe Bay (Getty). Opening image: the Crystal Caves, formed millions of years ago

The Cambridge Beaches resort