Twilight Bermuda Triangle Cruise
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See another side of Bermuda's nightlife on this entertaining cruise. Experience Bermuda at night on a fascinating journey on a glass bottom boat in the Bermuda Triangle that you'll never forget. Book now for a memorable nighttime excursion!
You'll set out on this nighttime King's Wharf cruise trip as stars shine brightly above you. As your tour guide entertains with his or her lively banter, you'll start to notice everything slowly growing darker. All of a sudden - complete darkness. And then the lights come on -- now the fun truly starts. The glass bottom boat illuminates the sea with its lights, and you'll get an up close and personal look at the fish and coral below you. You haven't experience nightlife like this before. There's a lot to see underwater, and your guide will identify the different creatures and structures throughout the tour.
Don't worry about disappearing on this Bermuda Triangle tour. The tour has a 100% return rate and your money will be refunded in the rare chance you disappear. Ready to experience Bermuda in a different light (or a lack thereof)? Join us today on this amazing glass bottom boat tour.
Optional Shore Excursions
Join Nick Pope & Jim Harold - Bermuda Island Drive by Mini-Bus - $129 per person
The breathtaking South shores drive offers stops for photo opportunities to view famous Horseshoe Bay and other pink sand beaches, pretty pastel colored houses with distinctive white roofs. A drive through quaint Somerset Village soon has you crossing over little Somerset Bridge, the smallest drawbridge in the world. Your tour then navigates the winding uphill drive to the base of Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, towering 120 feet above sea level, a great opportunity to photograph the 360 degree views of Bermuda.
You will stop to take in the sweeping view of John Smith’s Beach, one of Bermuda’s legendary pink hued beaches. Visit the historic Town of St. George's, the oldest continuously inhabited English town in the New World. The Town center provides a favorite photograph opportunity in the Stocks, aside the Ducking Stool and at the steps of St. Peter's Church, the oldest Anglican church of the Western Hemisphere. Re-joining your buses the route takes a coastline drive along the North Shore crossing over the Flatts Inlet, where the waters of Harrington Sound and the Atlantic Ocean merge to create swirling riptides that are visually spectacular. Arrive to famed Front Street, the busiest place on the island and life and soul of the lively capitol, City of Hamilton. Time allows for shopping and browsing in the boutique style shops and souvenir store-fronts lining Hamilton Harborfront.
Join Micah Hanks - Hidden Gems Exploration Adventure - $249 per person
TJoin this tour and travel across the island into Bermuda’s one and only Tom Moore’s Jungle, filled with caves to explore and swimming adventures to take part in. Majestic scenery awaits you as you enter this lush reserve filled with colorful native birds. Enjoy approximately 2 hours here to swim in the caves and marvel at your surroundings. Next, you’ll be treated to lunch at a local restaurant where you can enjoy a complimentary scoop of ice cream before heading to Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve where you’ll have the chance to put your toes in the “Bermudaful” pink sand. This is one of the island’s premier snorkeling locations and you’ll be given the opportunity to snorkel with tropical fish, see coral reefs or just relax on the beach.
Join Peter Robbins and Mike and Wendy Migliore - Caves and Waves - $129 per person
Explore the geological wonders and eerie formations in Crystal Caves and then spend hours relaxing at a series of beaches linked by footpaths and surrounded by a nature reserve.
After departing from the pier, you will enjoy a leisurely tender ride to St. George’s Island, the northernmost point of hook-shaped Bermuda. A short scenic drive will bring you to Crystal Caves, which were discovered in 1907 when a teenager tried to retrieve his cricket ball from a hole and found it led to a huge series of caverns.
You will have the opportunity to explore the wonders underground, which include a crystal-clear lake and a profusion of white stalactites eerily illuminated for added drama. Parts of the caves are accessed along a pontoon boardwalk that floats atop the lake, allowing a closer look at the geological formations underwater. As an alternative, you may remain above ground and meander the gardens and browse the gift shop.
Continuing on, you will soon arrive at the Clearwater Beach Triangle, a secluded wedge of undeveloped land on Bermuda’s eastern end. The triangle contains six interconnected beaches, an idyllic setting to enjoy hours relaxing in the sun, doing whatever you please.
You may take a refreshing swim in the shallow waters, observe the marine life while snorkeling or simply lie back in a lounge chair and enjoy the serenity.