- Reclaimed by the Bermuda Biological Station for Research, Nonsuch Island has been returned to the state in which it existed in the 17th century. The island's fifteen acres consist of the same natural habitat, fauna and flora that the area's first settlers would have encountered. Every Thursday morning the staff of the research center guides a tour of the island, encountering the Bermuda environment and all its treasures. Space is limited and reservations are required. A picnic lunch is served on the return cruise. Tours do not operate during inclement weather.
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