King's Wharf Island Tour Excursion Reviews
We had an overnight in Bermuda and spent the first afternoon exploring the Royal Naval Dockyard area, enjoying the local pubs and shops. The next morning, we did an island tour to Hamilton; this was on one of the "pink buses" and our driver/narrator had a great sense of humor and knowledge about this beautiful place. We drove across the world's smallest drawbridge, visited a lighthouse, then had an hour of free time in Hamilton. Bermuda was recovering from two direct hurricane "hits" and we were quite impressed with how they have recovered. Not being shoppers, the free time in Hamilton was uninteresting.
5 hour Bermuda Island Drive is a great way to see the island in one day. We even got more time to explore in St George. I even managed to get my passport stamped here in St George, happy. We visited beaches, another lighthouse, Hamilton and really got a feel for the island.
Informative of the island and culture. The ferry ride back was nice.
Bermuda is absolutely gorgeous and the locals are very friendly. On the second day, we took was the 5 hour city tour. This was great. Our driver and tour guide was very informative. I really enjoyed seeing the sites and hearing about the history of Bermuda. During ths we had the opportunity to walkaround St. George'shich was the one area we had not been too. We would not have been able too see the entire Island of Bermuda any other way.
The Island Tour is a lot of bang for the buck. It provides a great overview of Bermuda. The driver was professional and well-informed. It will help me decide on more specific areas to explore on return trips.