Monday March 25
Pre-registration mandatory, extra fees apply
Minimum 25, maximum 60
Meet in lobby 08:00, departure at 08:30 – 11:30
Meet in lobby 11:30, departure at 12:00 – 15:00
Join us for a trip to the northernmost coral reef in the world. Relax on deck while our crew provides an informative commentary about the island and the fascinating undersea ecosystem. After an approximately 45-minute cruise, you will find yourself moored in a magical blue oasis bordered by fringe reef. Here, you will be given a mask, snorkel, fins, buoyancy vest or flotation noodle and instruction on how you may best enjoy the undersea paradise. Immerse yourself in crystal clear waters under the watchful eye of our instructors and explore the great expanses of pristine reef. Following snorkeling we hoist the sails and enjoy a relaxing sail home.
Boat, bike and beach excursion $150 USD (3.5 hours)
Minimum 15, maximum 16
Meet in lobby 08:30, departure at 09:00 – 12:30 SOLD OUT
Meet in lobby 12:30, departure at 13:00 – 16:30 SOLD OUT
First, enjoy sight-seeing the rural West End on your boat shuttle to Somerset Island. Here you will be provided a 21 speed Trek Mountain Bike and a bike helmet. After receiving instruction on riding and safety, you will begin your guided cycle tour along the original and famous Bermuda Railway Trail. During the bike ride, your guide will stop at various points of interest along the 3 – 5 miles of mostly flat trail to provide informative commentary. You will enjoy spectacular scenery along the trail, including historic Fort Scaur, and the sprawling 17th century Mott Family estate. After your ride, cool off with a refreshing swim at the beach. Helmets, bottled water & beach towels are provided. Cyclists are advised to wear good sneakers and lightweight clothing over a bathing suit.
Cruise and kayak eco adventure $150 USD (3.5 hours)
Minimum 15, maximum 24
Meet in lobby 08:30, departure at 09:00 – 12:30
Meet in lobby 12:30, departure at 13:00 – 16:30
Explore Bermuda’s rural West-End above and below the ocean’s surface during this distinctive double-seat kayak tour! Once you reach our calm water beach site by boat, you will receive instruction on kayaking and safety, and will be issued a life-jacket and a stable sit-on-top double kayak. On this fully guided and narrated shoreline tour, you will enjoy views of rocky coastlines, uninhabited islands and beaches. Along the way, your guide will point out coastline creatures such as Bermuda longtails and various crustaceans. Following your tour, you will have the opportunity to relax and swim at the beach before cruising back to the hotel.
A taste of Bermuda rum cruise & culinary treats $135 USD (1.5 hours)
Minimum 20, maximum 80
Meet in lobby 14:00, departure at 14:30 – 16:00
Explore Bermuda rum, history, culture and ritual on this 90-minute fun cruise guaranteed to put you in the Bermuda “Spirit.” Learn about the rich history of Bermuda, local traditions and the story behind Gosling’s, Bermuda’s oldest business. Sample a local liqueur and three different local rums, and taste how some premium aged rum is rivaling Cognac. Watch as we prepare Bermuda’s national drink, the Dark ’n Stormy, and discover the true secrets of the Bermuda Rum Swizzle. Gosling’s Rum is one of Bermuda’s only exports, and by far the most popular. Delicious delectables freshly-prepared by the Fairmont culinary team are included for snacking. For persons 18 years of age or older.
Famous homes and hideaways $110 USD (2 hours)
Minimum 25, maximum 50
Meet in lobby 13:00, departure at 13:30 – 15:30
This tour will give you a wealth of well-researched historical facts as well as lots of humorous personal stories about the island. Cruise along the shoreline to view charming colonial homes, painted in pastel colours, that are steeped in history and sneak a peek at “Millionaire’s Row”, one of Bermuda’s most exclusive neighborhoods. See the homes of the rich and famous – such as movie-stars Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones; playwright Eugene O’Neal, whose daughter was married to Charlie Chaplin; and illustrator William Denslow, most famous for his work on the “Wizard of Oz”. Learn more about the island’s past and present, flora and fauna.
Homes & gardens tour $140 USD (3 hours)
Minimum 10, maximum 24
Meet in lobby 14:00, departure at 14:15 – 16:30
This tour will take you through some of Bermuda’s oldest homes and gardens – rich in Bermudian history and culture! Your tour begins with drive along Bermuda’s winding Harbor Road, which runs along the coast of the Great Sound and Hamilton Harbor. Various stops typically include Waterville Estate, home of the Bermuda National Trust and the Bermuda Botanical Gardens that are home to more than 1,000 varieties of plant life, transported in 18th and 19th centuries by seafarers. The historic Verdmont Museum is architecturally one of the most fascinating old houses in Bermuda. It has remained virtually unchanged for nearly 300 years and has never enjoyed electrical power.
Walking tour with photographer and naturalist $110 USD (3 hours)
Minimum 12, maximum 24
Meet in lobby 09:00, departure at 09:15 – 12:15
This tour is a great opportunity to see, learn and capture a wide variety of Bermudian architecture, flora and fauna, landscape and beach shots. Enjoy panoramic views of Bermuda’s dazzling South Shore, home to the island’s most beautiful beaches and other interesting historic sites. You will take home fantastic photos with the aid of a professional photographer and learn a lot about Bermuda’s natural environment and history at the same time.
St. Georges & the East end tour $180 USD (4 hours)
Minimum 10 people
Meet in lobby 10:15, departure at 10:30 – 14:30 SOLD OUT
Settled in 1612, St. George’s is a UNESCO Heritage Site and the oldest continuously occupied town of English origin in the New World. It provides a magical old-world walking tour experience to all who explore its winding lanes and enter buildings largely untouched by the passing centuries and is a great opportunity to learn about Bermuda’s culture, history and heritage. Included on the tour is a stop at Bermuda’s Crystal Caves where you will enjoy a safely-guided tour down into the depths 120 feet below to view a spectacular undersea cavern with crystal clear sea water that raises and lowers with the daily tides.
Island wonders tour with lunch $250 USD (6 hours)
Minimum 10 people
Meet in lobby 09:00, departure at 09:15 – 12:15 SOLD OUT
This is a fun outing geared especially for families. Your first stop will be at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo where you can interact with many different natural wildlife facets that reside on the island. Next we’re off to the fabulous Crystal Caves for a guided tour that descends 120 feet down a paved trail to an underground ocean consisting of subterranean lakes, caves and caverns. A delicious lunch at a local restaurant is included.