Climb to the top of Gibbs Hill Lighthouse for a surreal birds-eye view of the island, and an accompanying dose of local Bermudian history. On the way up, you'll climb 185 steps or eight flights of stairs!
For the third year in a row, Ariel Re has claimed title sponsorship for the annual high school and collegiate 7s tournament to be held in Bermuda on March 16-17, 2018. Ariel Re has been the title sponsor for the annual Bermuda 7s tournament since its inception in 2016.
For any rock climbing enthusiasts, Clarence Cove's cliff is a popular attraction on the beautiful Bermudian seaside. Try your skills above the water by climbing the limestone cliffs that lead to tunnels built by the British military in the 1850s. Set in Admiralty House Park, you can also explore the ruined mansion that used to exist on the land or simply walk along the beach and enjoy the views.
Former WWE wrestler and Smackdown champion John Layfield has stepped off the mat and onto the rugby pitch. In a partnership between the Bermuda Rugby Football Union and The Family Centre Bermuda, Layfield founded the Beyond Rugby Bermuda program, bringing after school homework academy structure, rugby training and family support services to the island's disadvantaged communities.
The University of Notre Dame officially announced their attendance at the 2018 Ariel Re Bermuda Intl 7s tournament next March. Set to play against teams like St. Joe's, Stony Brook and Kutztown, the Irish need to fight hard if they want to go home with the title.
Since the inception in 2016, the Bermuda 7s tournament has faced success after success with the ever expanding line-up of amazing teams from the United States and Bermuda.
In an effort to make 2018 the best year yet, the Bermuda Rugby Football Union invites collegiate men's and women's sides and high school boy and girls teams to travel to Bermuda for a chance to challenge other skilled international rugby teams.