This tour will leave from the historic Royal Naval Dockyard, you will see all the magnificent buildings, the Mall, Craft Market, and Art Centre. You can check them all out on your way back form the tour. Don't forget the Bermuda Rum cake Factory as well as Clayworks.  There is a lot of history which your driver will tell you about Royal Naval Dockyard. From there it is on to St. James Church, Springfield gardens, and the Heydon Trust.

Through the generosity of the Trustees of the Heydon Trust, the public is welcome to roam and enjoy the unrestricted areas of this rual open space. Pretty walking trails of mown grass cross the property. The picturesque Heydon Chapel is thought, by some, to be the building shown on the Norwood Survey in 1616.  Formerly a residence, you can still see the old oven in the little room behind the altar.

Then off to Scaur Hill Fort. The next stop is Somerset Bridge, the world's smallest drawbridge. There you will get to see your driver feed the fish which are ready to entertain you. Then it's on to Gibb's Hill Lighthouse. Standing almost 362 feet above sea level, the views are outstanding.

Don't forget to bring your camera. There are 185 stairs to climb if you want. You will never forget the views. Then it's off to Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda's most famous beach and voted one of the top 10 beaches in the world. After that a nice leisurely drive back to Dockyard where you can shop and enjoy all that the Royal Naval Dockyard has to offer.

This tour is 3 hours long

Also our visitors can do their own itinerary with the driver.  Special tours are available from your cruise ship, hotel, guest house or private residence.  Just give us a call at 441-296-2121 and we will sure be able to accommodate any of your request.
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