As a first-time traveler to the island of Bermuda, you may be tempted to park yourself in a beach chair, dig your toes in the sand, and stay put for an entire week. Don’t get me wrong: this British Overseas Territory has certainly earned its reputation as a top vacation spot, with those pink sand beaches and clear turquoise waters beckoning. But after visiting my brother, who studied abroad there, in October 2011, I can attest to the fact that there is so much more to Bermuda beyond its eponymous shorts and world-class golf courses. From spelunking to glow worm hunting, here are six can’t-miss activities to add to your travel itinerary that will have you feeling more like a local.