BKQ6 – Secluded Beach Escape Tour - August 22 9:30 AM
Beach like a local while relaxing along the quiet shores of Chaplin Bay on a four-hour seaside escape that includes a sightseeing island drive, complimentary watersports, and three hours of free time along Bermuda's South Shore. Settle into a mini-bus and listen along as your knowledgeable guide explains about the British island territory's maritime history, dating back to when the Royal Naval Dockyard was built in the early 1800s. You'll stop in a mini-mart for the chance to purchase your own drinks and snacks, as coolers are provided to store your supplies. Then follow a sandy trail that leads to the rocky, cliff-lined shores of Chaplin Bay. Tucked away from the crowds, this secluded strip of sand is a favorite among resident Bermudians. Lounge on a beach chair under a shared umbrella or splash around in the Atlantic Ocean surf. You are welcome to use kayaks, boogey boards, and paddle boards for offshore exploration. This beach day is one that lets you experience off-the-path Bermuda.
- Bermuda: Trace the Royal Naval Dockyard's history on a sightseeing bus drive and stop for beach snacks in a mini-mart.
- Chaplin Bay: Enjoy three hours of seaside bliss, with complimentary sunchair and umbrella, at a secluded beach favorited by locals.
- Island life: Go kayaking, boogey boarding or paddle boarding off the craggy coastline of Bermuda's picturesque South Shore.
- Approx. 4 Hours