Spend a fun-filled family day discovering the exotic animals and natural wonders of Bermuda. Kick off your tour with a one-hour scenic drive through the small narrow inlet of the Harrington Sound. The ever-changing picturesque scenes are filled with long stretches of crescent-shaped pink beaches, and single-storied, pastel-colored homes with masonry walls and wooden shutters. Many of Bermuda’s buildings are inspired by contemporary architecture from England, the Caribbean and North America, but its houses from earlier periods take after the pattern and style of the British colonial farmhouse. Prepare to step into one of the world’s oldest aquariums set in the picturesque Flatts Village. Here, you’ll see more than 200 species of fish and marine invertebrates, and more than 300 birds, reptiles, and mammals like chattering cockatoos, tiny sea horses, and pink flamingos. After seeing the breathtaking beauty above ground, descend below to see stunning natural formations of limestone stalactites and stalagmites at Crystal Cave, which is also called “Bermuda’s True Hidden Treasures.” Stone figures hang from the cave ceilings as chandelier clusters and crystallized poles. As you explore the cave, you’ll also see its azure blue pools, and it's incredibly clear lake.
• Scenic drive: Enjoy the gorgeous coastal views of the barrier reef and pink sandy beaches of the South Shore.
• Bermuda Aquarium Museum Zoo: View various exhibits and several species of animals like live corals, sharks, marine turtles, harbor seals, and pink flamingoes.
• Crystal Caves: See the unique formations of stalactites and stalagmites hanging from the cave’s roof in varying formations, and view its crystal-clear lake.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Sun protection
• Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Comfortable walking shoes
• Light and casual clothing
• An adult must accompany participants 16 years of age and under.
• Weekend departures now are round-trip and begin shipside and end shipside.
• Guests climb more than 160 steps to get in and out of the cave.
• Guests should be comfortable and capable to climb steps in succession.
• Buses cannot accommodate any types of wheelchair.
• Guests walk 200 yards at Bermuda Aquarium Museum.
• Guests walk 100 yards at Crystal Caves.
• Guests with mobility issues should not select this tour.
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.