Bermuda is one of the Caribbean’s most captivating islands for many reasons. It’s a nature, food, and history lover’s dream come true. A cruise from Bermuda is the perfect way to get to know the island’s wild beauty, incredible cuisine and many cultural sites. Arrive a few days before you set sail and hit some of Bermuda’s centuries-old British colonial landmarks, like the 19th-century Keep Fortress at the port’s Royal Naval Dockyard. Today, it’s home to the National Museum of Bermuda. Or visit Gibbs Hill Lighthouse in Southampton, the oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world and a great spot to take in panoramic views of Great Sound. No visit to Bermuda is complete without a beach day. Snorkel Park Beach and Black Bay Beach are fan-favorites because they’re so close to Royal Naval Dockyard. But if you don’t mind venturing out a little farther on a scooter or via shuttle, you should definitely visit the island’s iconic southern beaches before your vacation from Bermuda — like Horseshoe Bay Beach and Warwick Long Bay. They’re known for their pretty pink-sand shores.