Last Updated: May 11, 2016
Bermuda Island Tours & More
This is a tour company in Bermuda run by Juanita Jones. She was a police officer earlier. She has been running her company for more than 20 years. She has two air-conditioned buses - a minibus with capacity of 15 and a larger bus for 30 passengers. Both are fitted with PA system and reclining seats. She runs group tours on per person rate.
Most tours are of 5 hours or 6.5 hours duration. Indicative rates are given after the tour descriptions.
Island Wrap Around Tour (5 or 6.5 hours)
The tour covers Royal Naval Dockyard along with its history narration, Heydon Trust Chapel in Sandys, Somerset Bridge which is the smallest drawbridge in the world, Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, photo stop at the Horseshoe Bay Beach, drive along the South shore beaches, visit the historic and UNESCO world heritage town of St. George, see the historic re-enactment of a punishment of 17th century where a wench would be dunked into water using a ducking stool, drive along the North Shore and view of Governor's House, visit Hamilton City, drive along the Harbor road and view of Hamilton City across the harbor. Additional attractions like Crystal Caves, Aquarium etc can be covered on request.
Crystal Caves, Shopping & Beach Tour (5 or 6.5 hours)
First you will visit Crystal and Fantasy caves in Hamilton Parish to see the great formations of stalactites and stalagmites, walk over the pontoon bridge laid over a crystal clear lake. You will then visit Hamilton City for a short tour and then go for shopping on Front Street (the main shopping street in Hamilton). Next you will visit the picturesque Horseshoe Bay Beach for a swim which has all facilities including cafe, concession stand, changing rooms, toilets etc.
You will visit the historic town of St George at the eastern end of the island. Attractions covered include:
King's Square, World Heritage Center, Bermuda Heritage Museum, Barbers Alley, Somers' Gardens, St. Peter's Church, St. George Post Office, replica of the historical ship Deliverance, The historical Globe Hotel building which now houses Bermuda National Trust Museum, Town Hall, Stiles House, State House, Bermuda Perfumery, Tucker House Museum, Unfinished Church, see the historical re-enactment of a wench on a ducking stool.
You will explore the history of slavery in Bermuda. Some of the places covered are:
Tucker House Museum in St. George, Pilot Darrell's Square in St. George, Commissioners House at the Royal Naval Dockyard, National Museum of Bermuda (erstwhile Bermuda Maritime Museum), Cobbs Hill Methodist Church - the oldest Methodist church in the island built by the slaves during their free hours and under moonlight, St. Peter's Church which is the oldest Anglican church in the western hemisphere where you can still see the slaves' graveyard.
Crystal Caves, Aquarium, Hamilton City and Ferry Tour (5 or 6.5 hours)
Visit the caves followed by visit to Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo (BAMZ). Then visit the Hamilton City for a short tour followed by shopping on Front Street. Finally get back by public Ferry. This is a daily tour (except Sunday).
Around the Island and Crystal Caves
This is a 6.5hour tour covering landmarks such as Royal Naval Dockyard, Heydon Trust Chapel, Somerset Bridge (the smallest drawbridge in the world), Gibbs Hill Lighthouse , Horseshoe Beach (picture stop), the historic St. George's Town, watch 17th century ducking stool re-enactment, Crystal Caves (entry fee separate), North Shore drive, short tour of Hamilton city.
Indicative Tours Costs & Exclusions
Tour prices do not include admission fees to the various attractions or cost of lunch or any snacks.
5-hour Tour Rate: $68 per person for groups of 7 or more, $450 flat rate for groups of 1 - 6 (no lunch break)
6.5-hour Tour Rate: $92 per person for groups of 7 or more, $568 flat rate for groups of 1-6 (includes lunch break)
Address: 8 Riddell's Bay Road, Warwick, Bermuda
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