Bermuda is a land of adventure, a land of plenty to do and see. Aside from its beaches, seascapes, and eye-catching structures, Bermuda offers many zany activities. Snorkeling and eco-tours are what Bermuda Blue Water Safari Tours does best. Daily snorkeling cruises leaving from Hamilton will take you to Somerset Bridge, the Royal Naval Dockyards and various other areas of reefs and shipwrecks. You will even be provided bait to hand-feed tropical fish. After snorkeling in the reefs, you will go to the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo to learn more about the native marine life.
Do you want to try your luck as a human kite? Then parasail around the Great Sound and North Shore area with Skyrider Bermuda Ltd. Skyrider takes a maximum of eight passengers into the Great Sound and the North Shore area for parasail rides. You will be launched and retrieved from the deck of Skyrider. Flying tandem is also an option.
Visit the Salem of Bermuda, check out Gibbet Island. Gibbet and Little Gibbet Islands lie just off Sandy's Parish. The two islands have a somewhat macabre past, but nonetheless a quite interesting one. Once the sites for burning witches at the stake and hanging criminals, the remnants of the instruments of execution can be viewed here. The twin islands are accessible only by boat. You can see the islands quite clearly from land, along the Railway Trail. With so many fun to do things in Bermuda, you'll take home a lifetime of adventure.
Cockrange Road & Graddock Road
Ireland Island South
Bermuda Chess Association, Chamber of Commerce
6 Verdmont Lane
29 The Lane
Harbour Rd, at Pomander Rd
South Shore Road
Gibbs Hill, Lighthouse Rd. (between South Rd. and Middle Rd.)
Lighthouse Offers Spectacular Views... read more
17 Church St
Home of Hamilton's Administrative Offices... read more
South of St. David's Island
Smallest Drawbridge in the World... read more