This trip pays special attention to Bermuda’s north coast. From Hamilton, you’ll follow a road to the Botanical Gardens. This conservation area spreads out for 36 acres and is home to rare orchids and leafy orchards. You’ll also see Camden on this part of the trip, which is Bermuda’s equivalent of Number 10, because it’s where the head of government lives. The first stop of the trip will be at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. More than 200 species of fish and 300 types of bird call this place home. From here, you’ll head to the Crystal Caves, where a staircase of 81 steps will take you down to a series of subterranean caves. Clusters of stalactites hang from the ceiling like natural chandeliers and, at the heart of it all, there’s a natural pool that’s more than 50 metres deep. The drive back to the ship will take you along the coast so you can catch a glimpse of Bermuda’s famous pink sand beaches and the barrier reef that buffers the island.
There are about 80 steps in the Crystal Caves.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.