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Cathedral Cave
Cathedral Cave
Caves in Bermuda were first discovered during the early colonization in 1600s. It is heard that Sir George Somers who came ashore after his ship Sea Venture got wrecked near Bermuda’s shore in 1609, was the first to discover the Prospero’s Cave, located on Grotto Bay Beach Resorts Property, and now our Natura Spa. 

Underground lakes and inspiring stalactites and stalagmites can be found in caves all throughout Bermuda. With the Cathedral Cave only steps from your room, you can unleash the casual spelunker in you or opt for the full adrenaline rush and take a dive in. Reaching depths of up to 30ft in some areas, the cool crystal clear water is nothing short of rejuvenating. Open daily from 9am to 5pm daily.

Take a guided tour through the underground Crystal and Fantasy Caves that have great formations of stalactites and stalagmites. Crystal Cave also has a lake with crystal clear water up to 17 meters deep. You can not do cave swimming here though. The guided tour of each cave takes about 30 minutes and is located within a 5-minute walk from the Resort. Open daily from 9am to 5pm except for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Good Friday. 

Blue Hole Park
Blue Hole Park

This 1.25 acre tract of woodland forms part of the much larger wilderness area of Walsingham commonly known as “Tom Moore’s Jungle”. Walking trails wind through lush forest,  pinnacle rock formations and cave systems, making this an exciting area for exploring. The terrain is challenging in places but well worth the effort.

The Walsingham area includes Bermuda’s oldest geological formation, with very hard ‘karst’ rock and irregular topography. This made it impossible for quarrying and unsuitable for farming. As a result, much of Bermuda’s rarest native and endemic flora survives here undisturbed, including rare native and endemic ferns.

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