- 5-hour sightseeing tour of St George's
- Visit Tucker's Town, Spittal Pond, Palm Groves Garden and more
- Learn about the island of Bermuda from your knowledgeable guide
- Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off
What You Can Expect
Your first stop is Tucker's Town, a section of the island named after one of the first governors of Bermuda. This former farming and fishing community is now Bermuda's 'Billionaire's Row', an affluent area chock full of luxe mansions and estates.
Continue to Spittal Pond, Bermuda's largest nature reserve and the epicenter of its excellent birdwatching. Flamingoes, egrets, teals and herons all frequent the wetlands here. Listen as your guide talks about the ecosystem and efforts to protect the wildlife here before moving on to Palm Groves Garden.
Palm Groves Garden is an 18-acre (7-hectare) garden full of lush plant life like palm and coconut trees. Stroll through the gardens in the shade of the magnificent trees and hear more about the diverse plant and animal life here from your guide.
Choose to upgrade your tour with visits to the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo to see more wildlife or to the Crystal Caves to explore an underground lake.
When your 4-hour tour has concluded, return to your St George's hotel for drop-off.
The side trip in Bermuda was very interesting. Ken, our tour guide was very gracious and showed us many sights.... even some above and beyond the regular itinerary. The seven of us had our our private van and we were able to ask questions. Bermuda is very pretty, with beautiful oceans, and bays. He was very prompt and courteous.
Kenneth Simons was our tour guide in St.George, Bermuda. He was professional, friendly, a perfect gentleman and very knowledgeable about his country. He recommended a wonderful restaurant for lunch and drove us back close to the ship. Our group would recommend him to travelers.
Lois S USA
Loved to caves. And, Oscar, our guide an "onion", was wonderful!
This tour was very informative because the taxi driver who drove us around had extensive knowledge of Bermuda. However, it took us a while to realize that the taxi drive around the island WAS the tour. We thought he was taking us TO a tour, not that we were already on it.
Viator's tour operator, Bermuda Triangle Tours, failed to show up for the tour. They left us standing at the port where our cruise ship docked. After waiting for 25 minutes in 50-mile-an-hour wind and rain we figured there was no hope they would fulfill their obligation. They had previously failed to respond to our e-mail request to confirm the exact pick up location and time and had failed to answer the telephone call placed by Viator at our request. Viator was forced to leave a phone mail message which, we presume, was similarly ignored. Try this tour at your own risk.