We’ll start off at Royal Naval Dockyard and we’ll make our way to the City of Hamilton for shopping. We’ll see different sights along the way such as the world’s smallest drawbridge – Somerset Bridge.
On our way back to Dockyard we’ll stop off at the famous Horseshoe Bay Beach for some fun in the sun.
Departure & Return Location
Royal Naval Dockyard
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Sightseeing Royal Naval Dockyard
One of Bermuda’s most popular destinations, the historic Royal Naval Dockyard anchors the West End. The Dockyard is home to a major cruise ship port and serves as a hub for sightseeing, shopping, dining, entertainment and an array of island experiences.
ShoppingCity of Hamilton
The City of Hamilton is not only the capital of Bermuda – it’s also the island’s beating heart. A picturesque harbour city graced with shops, museums, galleries and gardens, the city is also a hub for local and international businesses.
BeachHoreshoe Bay Beach
Named for its curving shape, popular Horseshoe Bay Beach flaunts Bermuda’s trademark crystal blue waters and pink sands. Why so pink? That rosy shade results from a blend of crushed coral, coral and calcium carbonate called red forminifera.