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Celebrating the Holidays in Bermuda

Tourism in Bermuda is slower during the winter months, but even a “slow” month sees the island packed with visitors. If you’ll be with us during the Christmas holidays, here are a few tips to help you make the most of your stay.

1 | Expats and visitors tend to congregate on the pristine pink sands of Elbow Beach the morning of December 25 to join in fellowship and celebrate with music, food, and drink (and by “drink,” we mean wine, of course).

2 | Throughout the Commonwealth, December 26 is Boxing Day. Though many businesses on the island will be closed, you’ll still want to get out and about long enough to see the troupes of colorfully clad Gombeys dance their way along the island’s main streets.

3 | On the evening of December 31, Kings Square, which lies at the center of St. George’s, will host its annual New Years Eve celebration. Partygoers will be entertained by live bands, fireworks, and the famous “onion dropping.” Food and drink will be available for purchase.

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