Above ground, Bermuda is well known for its perfectly kept golf greens, lush gardens and stately homes, yet beneath the surface Bermuda offers an entire world of exploration. Rosewood Tucker's Point is partnering with Hidden Gems of Bermuda Ltd. to invite adventurous guests on an "insiders" tour of Bermuda. Three unique tours take explorers from the beautiful cave systems of the island to historical sights such as St. David's Lighthouse and Fort Hamilton. Guests will have the option to choose specific tours, or reserve all three to explore more of Bermuda. Participants will receive a Rosewood Tucker's Point backpack with a boxed lunch, as well as snorkel gear, safety helmet and flashlight to use during the excursion.
Monday - Tom Moore's Jungle & Blue Hole Hill
Discover the unique Bermuda landscape which encompasses verdant lush jungles, dense forests, and crystal blue lagoons, like the beautiful Blue Hole Hill. The highlight of this expedition includes a guided descent into one of the most intricate caving systems with formations dating back more than 600,000 years.
Wednesday - St. David's Lighthouse & Cooper Island
The bird’s eye view from the top of the St. David’s Lighthouse is a one of a kind experience, all guests should have during their Bermudian journey. Guests will also be able to take a swim just off the coast of nearby Cooper’s Island, a coral reef atoll, where they will encounter tropical fish and discover one of the best snorkeling spots in the world.
Friday - The Southlands Estate & Fort Hamilton
Guests will travel to the verdant Southlands Estate in Warwick Parish to see historical Bermudian homes and garden pools set amidst a dense forest. Guests will also learn about the history of Bermuda’s 90 military fortifications during a visit to Fort Hamilton. Originally built on the outskirts of Hamilton Parish to protect this vital harbor, it now offers spectacular views of the city amidst beautiful gardens.