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When your cruise ship docks in Bermuda, spend your time soaking up the sun with this Elbow Beach Resort Day Pass. Explore the half mile (.8km) of characteristic Bermudian pink sand beach at your leisure. Escape the cruise ship crowds and unwind on the provided beach chair, seeking shade under a beach umbrella for a midday nap. Access to the private club's restrooms and showers is included.

Highlights

  • Day pass to Elbow Beach Resort
  • Spend your time in Bermuda relaxing on a private pink sand beach
  • Lounge chair, umbrella and bottled water included
  • Access to restrooms and shower facilities
  • Pass valid 9:30am to 5pm

What You Can Expect

Bermuda Shore Excursion: Elbow Beach Resort Day Pass

Elbow Beach

Once your cruise ship docks in Bermuda's port, disembark and make your way to the Elbow Beach Resort. Taxis are easily found just outside the port; the resort is a short ride from both the Hamilton and King's Wharf ports. 

Your day pass to the Elbow Beach Resort is valid between the hours of 9:30am and 5pm. Once you arrive at the resort, check in and you will be provided with a lounge chair, umbrella and bottle of water. How you spend your day is up to you. Go walking on the stretch of pink sandy beach, swim in the aqua waters or just lounge on your comfortable beach chair. Take a nap in the shade of the umbrella or people watch from behind your dark sunglasses. 

If you get hungry, amble over to Mickey's, the only beachside bistro on the island. Purchase lunch and tropical drinks to enjoy while watching the waves lap the shore. 

Access to the club's restrooms and showers are included.

It is suggested to return to your ship 1.5 hours before its departure time.

Customer Reviews

stuart f

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Wonderful!!!
The beach was so beautiful and the staff at the beach were very helpful

Evelyn F

1 star rating: I do not recommend this May 2016

The day was rainy and overcast, so there weren't many people on the beach. However, the attendant made us sit at the back of the beach area even though there were no hotel guests on the beach. We were definitely made to feel like second rate customers.
I think we would have been just as well off going to a public beach and saving the money we spent.

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