National Geographic : 1966 Aug
Fort St. Catherine has guarded Bermuda for 3 centuries. Today, its cannons are fired only in fun-or in ceremony. Fun is our forte inBermuda.Have yourself a blast! Come stage a skirmish against enemy raiders at Fort St. Cath erine! Storm old Fort Scaur, for commanding views of the island! Capture (on film at least) One Gun Alley in 17th century St. George. Scheme about digging doubloons quaint villages, visit colonial manors. Down one hibiscus-bordered lane you'll find a Ducking Stool for "fe males of unbridled tongue." Tempta tion! At the end of every winding lane-adventure! Even getting around Bermuda is intriguing. You can go by bus, carriage, or fringe-topped taxi, by motor bike or bicycle. Bermuda's fascinating waters are skimmed by sight-seeing yacht. Or take a glass bottomed boat out to the coral reefs. Bermuda is more than sights to see. Bermuda is great golf, tennis, and sailing. Horseback riding and water skiing. Shopping with an inter national flavor. Above all, basking 108 challengingholes on 7 scenic courses. out of one of the 300 galleons on our reefs offshore. See a sample the golden Tucker Treasure-at the Aquarium. The sites and sounds of history are everywhere in Bermuda. You can hide out in a real pirate cove, roam on the most magnificent pearly-pink beaches in this hemisphere-and re laxing to your soul's content. A lark after dark. Long after One of our unique "coves-for-two." your gourmet dinner, you'll be danc ing to an island beat; watching (and trying) exciting calypso and limbo. Do come soon. Bermuda's selec tion of accommodations is wide. Luxury hotels and friendly inns. Cot tage colonies. Unique Bermuda guest houses. Ask your travel agent in the U.S . or Canada, or write Bermuda, 610 Fifth Avenue, New York 10020. 6 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 60602.