You’ll get to see Bermuda’s bigger picture on this island drive. From the port, you’ll head east to St George’s. Originally called New London, this pastel-coloured town was the island’s original capital and it’s now protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After a quick orientation of the town, you’ll U-turn west. The road you’ll take will shadow the coast, so you’ll catch glimpses of Bermuda’s world famous pink beaches and the coral reef that ghosts the shoreline. Your driver will put the handbrake on again when you get to Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, so you can get off the coach and take in the 360-degree views of the island. From here, you’ll move on to the Royal Naval Dockyard. This 200-year-old dock was once Britain’s largest naval base outside the UK. Today, though, you won’t just find boats here. There’s a craft market, glassworks and rum cake company within its historical walls.
The minimum age for this tour is 3 years old. Sadly, we're unable to accommodate the storage of wheelchairs or pushchairs.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.