Back in July, the Disney Parks Blog had some ideas for things to do in Bermuda, and with the first visit just a few days away, they’re sharing even more ways to experience the new port.
Book the Horseshoe Bay Beach Transfer Port Adventure and spend the day on the pink-sand beaches of the South Shore or visit some local pubs during the Dockyard Brewery Tour and Tasting. Bermuda culture and cuisine features influences from Britain, America, and the West Indies.
You can see how some of the locals live on the Famous Homes and Hideaways Cruise or watch the cliff divers in Admiralty Park during the Hidden Gems Exploration Adventure. You can even try cliff diving yourself.
Explore stalactites and underground saltwater pools during the Crystal Caves and Pink Flamingos adventure or check out St. Peter’s Church, the oldest Anglican Church outside of the British Isles, on the Bermuda Island Drive. The church features an altar carved by Bermuda’s first governor in 1615.
Swim the shallow waters and explore the coral reefs of Bermuda in the Snorkel Park Beach adventure or visit the oldest remaining cast-iron lighthouse in the world on the Scenic South Shore adventure. The Gibbs Hills Lighthouse was built in 1846.
Walk down the cobblestone streets and admire the British Colonial architecture on the Haunted History Tour of St. George’s or enjoy a round of golf at the Belmont Hills Golf Club.
Each of the 5-night sailings offer two days to explore Bermuda and this year’s 6-night sailing will give guests an additional day in Bermuda, so there will be plenty of time to make the most of the tropical island.
The Disney Magic sails out of New York City for its Bermuda cruises:
- 2018 5-night cruises to Bermuda: October 4, 19, 24, 19
- 2018 6-night cruise to Bermuda: October 13
- 2019 5-night cruises to Bermuda: September 25, October 12, 17
For more information about a Disney Cruise Line vacation to Bermuda, visit Dreams Unlimited Travel.
Source: Disney Parks Blog