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BKU3 – Lighthouses, Pink Sands & Shopping Tour - August 22 10:00 AM

BKU3 – Lighthouses, Pink Sands & Shopping Tour - August 22 10:00 AM

Join a small group on a three-hour sightseeing trip around Bermuda's South Shore with photo stops at Somerset Bridge, Horseshoe Bay, Heydon Trust Chapel, and Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, plus shopping along Hamilton's famous Front Street. Among an intimate group of six explorers you'll travel in a minivan with a knowledgeable local guide across the tropical island of Bermuda. Along the way you'll see Heydon Trust Chapel, the smallest church on the island dating back to 1620. Cross Somerset Bridge, the world's smallest drawbridge where only sailboats can pass. Then enjoy sweeping views of Horseshoe Bay while standing at one of the island's most recognized beaches, admiring Bermuda's signature pink sands. A stop in front of Gibbs Hill Lighthouse offers panoramic views of one of the first lighthouses in the world built entirely of cast-iron. Your final stop in the capital city of Hamilton gives you 30 minutes' free time to shop among the pastel-hued colonial buildings of Front Street. This waterfront esplanade houses a host of high-end fashion boutiques, jewelry stores, and souvenir shops. The return route along Harbor Road leads you past upscale waterfront homes before reaching the pier.


  • South Shore: Enjoy a small-group sightseeing van ride, with photo stops at Heydon Trust Chapel, Somerset Bridge, and Horseshoe Bay.
  • Gibbs Hill Lighthouse: One of the world's first lighthouses built of cast-iron stands some 360 feet above sea level.
  • Hamilton: The pastel-hued facades of bustling Front Street serve all your shopping needs, with boutiques and souvenir shops galore.
  • Approx. 3 Hours
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