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Now that you have done so much research on your area and know all about the great activities to do and places for tourists to see, you will write a 3-5 day itinerary for a traveler visiting your area.


If you need another copy of the report template you can download Tourism Report Template.

You will be expected to write a two page double-spaced paper with the following content:

  1. Before you begin writing this section, review the feedback you were given on your previous sections of the report. Use that feedback to supplement your work in the rest of the activities below.
  2. Decide who the itinerary will be focused for i.e. families, honeymooners, adventurous travelers etc.
  3. Choose at least 2 activities per day (recreation, entertainment or both) to include in your itinerary. Make sure you include top tourist attractions.
  4. Write a 3-5 day itinerary, suggesting to travelers how they could spend their time while visiting. Describe the activities in detail. See the example below.
  5. List the resources you used to obtain the information at the bottom of your itinerary.
  6. After you complete this section of the report template, submit your document in the Tourism Report: Itinerary assignment box.

Review 5 Days of Fun in Bermuda: A Family Itinerary as an example for your Tourism report section.

Day 1

Explore the natural world. Captivate the kids with a day of nature that takes you underground and under the sea – and to one of Bermuda’s favorite ice cream shops.


The Bermuda Aquarium is home to more than 200 species of sea life. Get up close and personal with more than 200 species of indigenous fish in ocean and reef environments at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. The centerpiece of the aquarium is the 140,000-gallon North Rock exhibit, a re-creation of Bermuda’s coral reefs. Get to know creatures from the Caribbean, Australia, Asia, Madagascar and the Galapagos at the Natural History Museum. Grab a bite at the snack bar and search for the free-roaming peacock.


One of Bermuda’s most impressive natural attractions is underground at Crystal Caves, one of the largest cave systems on the island. Walk the pontoon bridge across underground Cahow Lake, a 55-foot-deep crystal-clear lake, and gaze at the stalactites and stalagmites that have formed over 30 million years.

Nearby you will find the very popular Swizzle Inn and, if you’re in need of a cool treat, the ice cream at Bailey’s Bay Ice Cream Parlor across the street is delicious.

Day 2

Get your feet wet. Get to know one of the island’s most well-known attractions: the Royal Naval Dockyard. Then, check off a bucket-list item and swim with the dolphins in the afternoon.


Once a strategic naval base, Bermuda’s Royal Naval Dockyard is now a complex of shops, restaurants, markets and museums. Stop by to climb the ramparts, watch boats in the harbor, eat savory fish ‘n chips at the famous Frog & Onion Pub, and go snorkeling at Snorkel Park Beach.


Kids can interact with dolphins at Dolphin Quest. Your family will be inspired by the interactive experience at Dolphin Quest. You’ll get to touch, play and swim with bottlenose dolphins while learning about the vital role humans play in conserving their marine home. It’s an experience to remember.

Day 3

A day at the beach. No doubt about it – Bermuda’s beaches are second to none. Horseshoe Bay Beach has beach rentals and a fabulous shallow water swimming area at Port Royal Cove. Gibbs’ Hill Lighthouse is the taller of Bermuda’s two lighthouses and offers some of the best views on the island.


Once you set foot on Horseshoe Bay Beach, you’ll realize why it’s the island’s most celebrated beach. The long, sweeping crescent of pink sand makes it a popular choice any time of year. The nearby Beach House offers snacks, rentals and changing facilities.


Built in 1846, the Gibbs’ Hill Lighthouse is one of the oldest cast iron lighthouses in the world. Enjoy dinner at the Dining Room, located at the base of the lighthouse, then climb the 185 steps to the top for a panoramic view of the island and a perfect vantage point for watching the sunset. Don’t worry – there are resting stops and several interesting exhibits along the way.

Day 4

Historic attractions in the town of St. George. Fort St. Catherine began its life as a wooden fort in 1612. Today, it’s an impressive stone structure and a fun place to take the kids. In St. George’s, don’t miss a photo op at the old pillory in King’s Square.


Although a fortification has stood at St. Catherine’s Point since the early 1600s, the present-day Fort St. Catherine dates from the 19th century. Check out the historic weaponry and the museum showcasing artefacts of British military operations. A five-minute walk away is Tobacco Bay Beach, notable for the unusual limestone formations off the shoreline and phenomenal snorkeling.


As the oldest surviving English settlement of the New World, the Town of St. George is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage site. Check out some of its most-visited sites such as the Tucker House, the Unfinished Church and the Old Rectory. There are shops and restaurants to explore and grab dinner.

Day 5

The deep sea and the harbor city. The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute is a fun way to spend a few hours, especially if it’s raining or too hot for the little ones. Later on, you’ll explore Front Street, one of Bermuda’s most bustling tourist districts.


Explore the wonders of the ocean at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute in Hamilton. See an impressive shell collection, explore the Shipwreck Gallery and take a simulated deep-sea diving vessel to 12,000 feet below the surface of the ocean.


City of Hamilton’s popular Front Street has multiple shops and restaurants to explore for your final few hours on the island. Depending on the time of year, there are also lively evening events for the whole family. Don’t forget to take a photo of the pastel-colored storefronts. Tip: You can hop a ferry to other parts of the island from here – a fun way to say see Bermuda from water.