Golf and Spa in Bermuda


Trade white for pink and make sandcastles instead of snowballs this winter on the lush island of Bermuda. Located just under two hours from most major east coast U.S. cities, the mid-Atlantic gem is giving travel agents more than a few reasons to book their customers a vacation during Bermuda’s golf and spa season.

Golf and Spa Have you ever played golf in paradise? Now you can. Bermuda offers more golf per square mile than anywhere else in the world and all seven of its courses are renowned for both their beauty and challenge.

Bermuda is the perfect place to relax and features a wide selection of award-winning spas, each offering its own collection of indulgent massages and healing treatments. Rum swizzles are also available upon request.

Additionally, the first quarter of 2012 brings a full roster of creative events appealing to everyone from epicureans and romancers to party lovers both young and young at heart.

Feel the Love Month Love will bloom throughout Bermuda with a destination-wide experience in celebration of the island’s annual Feel the Love Month, taking place Jan. 16-March 3. Dedicated daily activities such as a love cruise, champagne and strawberries museum reception, salsa dancing nights and more will be available.

Spring Break 2012 This spring, the Bermuda Department of Tourism is giving students a chance to party during the weeks of Feb. 18-24, March 3-9 and March 10-17. Students are invited to enjoy accommodations at the Coco Reef Resort for only $79.99 per night or participate in a fitness program at participating hotels which entails two days of training/leisure and three days of international competition.

College Week Reunion Don’t let kids have all the fun. Designed to capture the youthful spirit and excitement of the island’s famed College Weeks from the 1960s and 1970s, Bermuda’s College Week Reunion will kick off Thursday, March 15 and conclude Sunday, March 18, with dedicated hotel packages starting at just $597.50 pp.

Rendezvous Activity Program Bermuda is highlighting more than 400 years of history this season with the Bermuda Rendezvous Activities program, which runs through March 31. Activities range from glass-blowing demonstrations to historic tours of the Royal Navy Dockyard in Hamilton and the town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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