Cycle along the Bermuda Railway Trail and uncover Bermuda’s lesser-known sights on this guided, 3.5-hour bike tour. Head off the beaten path in search of the island’s hidden gems with a cycle along an old railway trail, which was used in the 1930 and ’40s by Bermuda Railway. Then, after your leisurely ride, head to the beach and cool off with a swim and complimentary soft drink.
Choose from a morning or afternoon departure, and then meet your guide at the Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda. Following a quick safety briefing, hop on your bike and set off to begin your tour. Bermuda has an average year-round temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius) and, with more than 22 miles (35 km) of bike-friendly roads; the island is a cyclists’ paradise.
Following the lead of your guide, you’ll ride along the old Bermuda Railway Trail for roughly 6 miles (9.5 km), uncovering a side of Bermuda that most visitors miss. Cruise along the relatively flat trails, which afford wonderful views of the island’s flora and fauna, as well as stunning seascapes.
If there’s time, hike up to either Fort Scaur or the 17th-century Mott family estate. Then, after your cycle ride, arrive at a beach, where you’ll unwind with a dip in the ocean and a refreshing soft drink. Your tour concludes back at the original departure point.