Dating back to 1907, during a children's cricket match, two boys accidentally stumbled upon this natural wonder, Crystal ... More
Crystal & Fantasy Caves of Bermuda
Dating back to 1907, during a children's cricket match, two boys accidentally stumbled upon this natural wonder, Crystal & Fantasy Caves. Today, one can explore the extraordinary stalagmite and stalactite formations. A pontoon bridge allows hikers and tours to cross the subterranean pools of crystal clear waters that lie at the floor of the caves. Souvenirs are available in the gift shop.
I remember how beautiful the cave was, and I'm sure it hasn't changed much in 30 years. The guide pointed out, what many of shapes looked like in the stalagmites and stalactities....(I wasn't able to make them out) but, maybe this time I will, LOL. My husband and I will be going back in May for our 30th Wedding anniversary. I will let you all know, what our experience will be like this time.
Very beautiful, like being in a fantasy. Learned about how the caves form and how they were discovered. the water is so clear it's amazing.
I'm biased, only because the caves under the Grotto Bay hotel were just as nice, and you could swim in them and explore for free.
it was wonderful to see the breathtaking views of the crystal caves. My children enjoyed learning about the caves, and looking at the strange and interesting shapes. The tour guide gives you a lot of info on the history of the caves.
It was very nice, but kind of small. You walk down a step walkway to the cave that is full of stalactites and stalagmites surrounding a clear lake of 55 feet deep. You walk on a floating bridge through the caves because the water goes all the way to the ocean so the tide goes in and out. The cave is fairly small.
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