Turquoise blue waters and deep blue skies, bright pastel houses topped with crisp white roofs, lush green forests and a rainbow of flowers. Ocean fresh seafood sizzling on the grill, tucked between thick slabs of fresh baked raisin bread, washed down with ice cold locally brewed craft beers. Fabled forts overlooking the vast ocean, narrow alleys leading through 400 year old cities, privateer hideouts from the 1800s. Bermuda is a cacophony of colors, flavors and history. Embrace the wonders of Bermuda on a weekend cycling & kayaking getaway with Pedalers.
Embrace Bermuda begins with some idyllic sea kayaking in Ely's Bay, where sea turtle congregate to graze on sea grass and the world's smallest drawbridge still operates today. The bikes come out for the rest of the adventure, cycling Bermuda from tip to tail, exploring half of the island each day. There are numerous historic forts, quiet neighborhoods and dramatic overlooks to break up the pedaling with photo stops. And some of the most bike friendly drivers you will encounter anywhere in the world.
Take a long weekend to get away from work and big city stress and Embrace Bermuda. Join Pedaler's founder, Tom Sheehan, on select dates in the fall or make new friends on one of our other scheduled trips. You can also pick your own date and invite your family and friends, private dates are available year round.
Bermuda was once home to British Privateers, praying on French ships.