Very informative tour guide. Enjoyed a tour of the entire island, with stops for photos whenever you asked. Nice stop in St. George's. Excellent driver. Minibus was well designed for wheelchair access.
BERMUDA ISLAND DRIVE BY MINI-BUS. ShoreEx Tip: If you are booking the Bermuda Island Drive, make sure you select the one by Mini-Bus. The roads in Bermuda are narrow and the tour by motor coach (while it sounds more comfortable) is very limited on where they can take you and where you can stop. In the mini-bus, it is easy for them to pull over to the side of the road and get everyone off/on the van in a few minute for a photo stop. The big buses can’t stop in St. Georges either. This tour takes you from one end of the island at the dockyards to the other end of the island in St. George. You get a taste of everything Bermuda has to offer. But just a small taste. There were multiple photo stops, but the longer stops were in St. George, Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, and Hamilton. Great sightseeing 4 out of 5 stars.
Saw all of Bermuda. Guide was a retired corrections office and provided a lot of useful information on the island's history. Well paced and we had a brief stop in Hamilton and 40 minutes in St. George arriving in time to see the dunking ceremony.
St. George is just amazing!!! Water color just takes your breath away. So much packed into a small area!!!
5 hrs. mini bus tour. was able to bring my mobility scooter. the guide just had so much information. we were able to stop in several places, take photos, or go to the bathroom, if needed. there was also a lunch stop and time to watch the dunking of a lady who was gossiping with other women. lol!
Winsome was a no-show. We were able to call the owner and he was in Costa Rica for his son's wedding. He "thought" he had us covered. We ended up in a small taxi (six of us!) but our driver/guide Helen Dill made up for everything! Same price as Winsome.
The Bus driver was friendly. Possible knows everyone on the island .LOL. The bus was comfortable and had AC. But don't take the sits that are in the front your screw you neck up. The sights were nice and Stop at Lighthouse and St. George and ended in Hamilton. Driver have us pass for ferry back to the ship. There is only one ferry and it goes every hour. It packed and don't wait for the last minute to get on it or you going to be waiting another hour. I was in Bermuda 35 years ago. A lot had change and extended. Shops for the most part are upscale like in Nassau and other places. Bargains could be found but few. Have to check what on sale. Bermuda dollars are much less them USD. So watch your change if you pay for USD make sure you get back USD change.
Exceptional island tour which included out of the way sights that were beautiful. My sister compared it to Hawaii and loved Bermuda more but most of that was due to the awesome guide who showed us her beloved island.
Nice trip around the island by minibus that gives you the highlights and is easy going. We were not given much time to shop or get food and beverages as it was a Sunday. Thankfully there was a food festival in Hamilton and we got a hotdog and a beer.
Bus driver was very friendly and informative. Did stop at a few places including lighthouse, St George and Hamilton. We had 45 minutes of free time in St George to shop, sightsee or get a bite to eat. In Hamilton, we had as much time as we wanted to see the city since we were given ferry tickets to return to Kings Wharf.
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