From the land to the sea Bermuda has so many options for outdoor fun. Want to explore? Here are some of the best places to begin your Outdoor Adventures in Bermuda
KAYAK, Daniel’s Head Beaches Kayak enthusiasts can paddle to their hearts content along this scenic peninsular stretch of crystal blue shallows. Located in the West End, Daniel’s Head has nine beaches (which provide excellent snorkeling) spreading along the calm and tranquil coast. Take a tour and you will also have the opportunity to explore the Vixen Shipwreck, while you feed fish and scout for turtles. A variety of rentals and tours are available on site from Crystal Clear Kayaks. crystalclearkayaksbda.com
EXPLORE THE CAVES in Walsingham Nature Reserve. Although many caves are off-limits due to cave-conservation laws, there are a number within Tom Moore’s Jungle that can be explored with the Hidden Gems Eco-Adventure tours. You’ll not only get to explore the stunning natural beauty of this fascinating 12-acre reserve, where the famous Irish poet Thomas Moore found his muse under the calabash tree, but with Hidden Gems they’ll also take you swimming in the caves while you learn the about the history and science behind them. bermudahiddengems.com
RIDE HORSEBACK through the South Shore Parks.
Keep your camera close at hand as you trot over the sandy dunes and scenic trails of Bermuda’s treasured South Shore Parks. The stunning landscape stretches across miles of pink-sand beaches from Warwick Long Bay to the world-famous Horseshoe Bay. spicelandsriding.com
HAVE A JET SKI ADVENTURE in the East End. Adrenaline junkies can skim across glistening turquoise waters, weave through coral formations and sea gardens, and explore some of the oldest forts in Bermuda while cruising around the historic water-side town of St. George’s. On the top-rated Jet Ski’s tours offered by K.S. Watersports, you’ll also get to explore several inlets and coves around this UNESCO World Heritage Site, passing by many historic sites along the gorgeous coastline. kswatersports.com