Along with pink sands and green golf courses, these subterranean grottoes are among Bermuda's iconic sites. First discovered in 1907 by the same family who still owns them, the caverns have spectacular crystal formations, crystalline pools, and underground waterways. Guided tours of the Crystal Cave, which measures more than 1,600 feet long and more than 200 feet deep, explain the differences between stalagmites and stalactites as well as the science behind the impressive underwater formations. A visit to the adjacent Fantasy Cave, which is deeper still, is included in the ticket price.
Discovered in 1907, these subterranean grottoes are filled with spectacular crystal formations, crystalline pools and underground waterways. Guided tours of the Crystal Caves, which are more than 500 meters long (1,600 feet long) and 62 meters deep (203 feet deep), explore the otherworldly landscape of stalagmites and stalactites. The adjacent Fantasy Caves, which are deeper still, are included in the entrance fee.