A Glistening Fantasy Land Just Beneath the Surface
It was a sunny, cloudless day in 1907 when Edgar Hollis and Carl Gibbons set out for a rousing game of cricket. When one of the boys batted the ball into a mysterious hole, they went to retrieve it, only to realize they’d discovered something that left them speechless. Bermuda’s Crystal and Fantasy Caves are perhaps the most stunning natural attraction on the island. Stretching hundreds of feet below the surface, the caves are adorned with breathtaking stalactite and soda straw formations that glisten in the subterranean glow. More impressive still is the underground lake, which you’ll cross on your guided tour of the caves. Nervous about swimming? Don’t worry, none is required. You’ll be seated snugly on a pontoon, ferried along by friendly and expert staff as you gaze down through the crystalline water to the tranquil lakebed fifty-five feet below.
Address: 8 Crystal Caves Road, Hamilton Parish, Bermuda Blue Hole Hill, BermudaRead other posts