Begin your full-day island tour at the Dockyard in Sandy’s Parish. Your guide will provide you with a boxed lunch that you are free to eat any time throughout the day.
Board the coach and begin the one-hour drive to Walsingham Nature Reserve (also known as Tom Moore’s Jungle) and Blue Hole Park. Your local guide will lead you into the depths of the caves at Blue Hole Park (flashlights and ponchos provided). You’ll have the opportunity to go for a swim in the natural pools inside the caves, while you admire the otherworldly scenery.
The day continues at St David’s Battery, a viewpoint in St George’s Parish at the eastern most point of the island. The headland is home to a 17th-century fort and boasts sweeping views of the surrounding islands and Atlantic Ocean.
Next, make your way to Cooper’s Island, one of Bermuda’s renowned snorkeling spots. A mask and snorkel is provided, so you can jump in and explore life under-the-sea! Keep your eyes peeled for tropical fish and marine life as you swim above the colorful coral reef. Or, opt out of snorkeling and relax and take in the sunshine and scenery on the beach.
End your day with a scoop of ice cream from a beloved local favorite, Bailey’s Bay Ice Cream Parlour before driving back to the starting point.