Although people visit Bermuda mainly to relax on its spectacular pink sand beaches, the island also offers a wealth of activities, both onshore and off. In fact, Bermuda's sports facilities are better than those on most Caribbean and Bahamian islands.
The most popular outdoor pursuits in Bermuda are tennis and golf, but sailing ranks high, too. If you hesitate to pick up a racket or golf club because you've neglected your game, fear not: Your Bermudian partner, on the court or on the links, would deem it quite improper to remark that your play was anything but superb. If a word of friendly criticism is ever offered, be assured that it will be as gentle as the island's ocean breezes.
Bermuda's waters are the clearest in the western Atlantic. Reefs, shipwrecks (many in such shallow water that they're even accessible to snorkelers), a variety of marine life and coral formations, and underwater grottoes make Bermuda ideal for scuba diving and snorkeling.
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