Bermuda is a spelunker’s paradise. And sometimes you just want to explore. And so we have put together a list of Bermuda’s caves for you to seek.
A very important notice – If you do explore the caves in Bermuda please take sensible precautions – inform someone at the surface about your whereabouts and bring extra lights, food, and water with you.
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Explore the caves on your own:
This cave system was created over 30 million years ago and you’ll be amazed at its beauty. It’s by far the most visited cave on the island and for a good reason – wait until you see the beauty of the stalagmites and stalactites surrounding the bright blue water. With proper lighting, railings, and stairs you’ll be happy to see this cave to appreciate what the much deserved hype is about. The cave is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and guided tours head out every 20 minutes and the last groups leaves at 4:30 pm.
Crystal Caves Hours: 9:30 am -4:30 pm (7 days a week)
This is the sister cave to Crystal Caves. Tunnels in the underground lakes, which happen to be crystal clear, lead out to the ocean and you can see the entrances to these tunnels in Fantasy Caves. This is an experience for children and adults alike. The caves show off nature’s beauty and your tour guide will enhance the experience with their knowledge and history of the caves.
Each tour individually costs $22 or you can tour both for $30. Children 12 and under are $10 for one cave, $12 for both and children under 5 enter free. You can learn more on their website here – Crystal & Fantasy Caves.
Fantasy Caves Hours: 9:30 am -4:30 pm (7 days a week)
This cave has no admission fees and no guided tours so you are on your own here. Take precautions and bring a light. It has lost some of its beauty from vandalism but there’s still a lot to explore and you can make it a fun afternoon. So head over to Hamilton Parish on Henry’s Hill and look for the entrance to this cave. One entrance can be found in a large sinkhole on the hill. And then after exploring the cave you can explore Tom Moore’s Jungle nearby. The Swizzle Inn and Bailey’s Bay Ice Cream Parlour are also in the area for you to get some good food, rum swizzle, and ice cream.
Cathedral and Prospero’s Cave – Grotto Bay Beach Resort’s Cave Spa
These two caves are on the grounds of the Grotto Bay Beach Resort. One cave has been set aside as a unique spa experience that anyone can call ahead and book. Definitely a treat. The other cave is reserved for guests of the resort. There is a deep lake in both of the Grotto Bay caves, and as with most of the caves in Bermuda, something thrilling to do is have a swim in the clear but chilly water. It is an experience you have to enjoy if you are staying at the resort.