Top 5 Things To Do in Bermuda
There's never a shortage of experiences to take in while you're on the island of Bermuda. To help simplify your planning, we've created a list of some of our favorite things to do. Check them out below or come stay a while and create a list of your own. Bermuda is yours to explore when you stay at The Reefs.
Come see this lighthouse, 245 feet above sea level. It's the oldest cast-iron lighthouse in the entire world and was built in 1846. To see Bermuda from a whole new level, climb the lighthouse's 185 steps to the top. As you climb the steps to the top of the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, miniature exhibits along the way explain the history of Bermuda, awarding this attraction as a must-see!
Exploring If you're up for adventure (and not afraid of the dark), book a trip to visit some of Bermuda's famous caves. Crystal cave even has a pontoon across a 17 meters deep lake! The waters are crystal clear, allowing you to see straight down to the bottom floor and see underwater stalagmites. You can cover both caves in under an hour and a half!
If you're a nature lover, be sure to plan a trip to see this beauty of a park that is spread across 12 acres. This attraction has many paths and a trail for you to explore the beautiful vegetation, caves, grottos, and natural pools that are scattered throughout the park and reserve. Observe the crystal clear mangrove pond surrounded by trees or climb to the observation tower to go bird watching and enjoy Bermuda's wildlife.
4. Water Sports
If you're tired of lounging on the beach, hit the water for some fun and adventure. Snorkel Park is a popular place if you're looking to see bright and vibrant sea life in calm waters. If you're looking for faster paced fun, take a Jet Ski Safari tour to see the island of Bermuda in a whole new way! These guided jet ski tours run about 90 minutes long lead you through Ely's harbor and allow you some fun free time to zip around the water!
5. Horseshoe Bay Beach
The pink sand beach is stretched into the shape of horseshoe, making a beautiful sight against the turquoise Bermuda waters. A romantic spot, it was voted as a favorite Valentine's Day couples getaway by the American daily USA Today. This spot can't be missed for those who want to hit the beach with a great view and even go snorkeling in some of the clearest waters on the island!Read other posts