Tobacco Bay Beach Bermuda

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Photography by Langré

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There’s no place on earth like this little slice of heaven, otherwise known as Tobacco Bay Beach in Bermuda. It’s really small but it’s totally worth the 10 minute hike, past The Unfinished Church and through the bush from St. George’s Town to the beach. It’s a quiet and serene walk with only one road leading in and out. Along the way you’ll see tiny green and purple lizards, rolling hills of high grass and trees. It’s the perfect walk that opens up on top of a hill looking down to pristine waters with large gorgeous rocks jetting out of the water. On our last day in Bermuda, when it finally stopped raining and the sun was shinning, Alicia and I spent a good hour frolicking around on the rocks and enjoying the water and sea life. Tobacco Bay is a great place to snorkel but you don’t even need gear, the water is so clear you can look right in and see the scores of tiny fish and sea creatures.

If you get the chance don’t miss this little spot right next to the bar at Tobacco Bay. You can just almost miss the little wooden diving board with water so shallow you can walk out into the rocks to explore.

xx

Monroe



2 responses to “Tobacco Bay Beach Bermuda”

  1. Jenna says:

    You look FUCKING AMAZING. These photos are so magical–I’m so jealous.

    xx
    scarlettandgiselle.blogspot.com

    • monroesteele says:

      Wow thank you so much darling! I appreciate that. I had an amazing photographer and well, Bermuda is just gorgeous!

      xx
      Monroe

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