Bermuda Bike &áBeach Tour

 
This is a great combination tour to explore the nature at the western end of Bermuda, go past some historical sites and natural landscapes, get narrative information from the guide and then return for a cool off swim by a beachside. 
 
The tour starts from the dockyard. So the cruise ship passengers have an advantage with the starting location. Initially you will be transferred to a beach venue by a shuttle boat. Along the way you will witness the beautiful rural scenes from the boat and the guide will explain the places that you pass by. 
 
 
 
Once you reach the beachside venue in Somerset (in Sandys parish), you will be given a 21-speed mountain bike and a helmet. The guide will then lead you through the famous Railway Trail at a leisure speed. This is the western part of the trail with excellent scenic views. 
 
The guide will stop at several places showing you historical landmarks, beautiful landscapes, water-view areas and sprawling estates. He will also narrate a lot of background information of the landmarks. You will visit the Fort Scaur which was built by the British in 1870s to safeguard the Royal Naval Dockyard. You will also visit the 17th century Mott Family estate and many other interesting landmarks. 
 
The bike ride will be for about 5 to 8 miles and mostly on flat terrain. Once you return to the beach venue, you can enjoy a cool off swim. The tour also includes complimentary beverages. 
 
Tour Info 
1) This is a group tour. The total tour duration is about 3.5 hours. The tour leaves daily from Island Tour Center located adjacent to the Dockyard Watersports Center. 
 
2) Tour includes a professional guide, boat cruise with narrated commentary, mountain bike with helmet, bottled water, soft drinks etc. You should carry your own towel. 
 
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Contact Info for Tour 
Island Tour Center (located at the Royal Naval Dockyard in Sandys). 
Phone: (441) 236-1300; Email: [email protected] 
 
 
 
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