Exploring Walsingham Nature Reserve & Blue Hole Park
Bermuda is just one of the few spots in the world where you can enjoy subterranean caves and grottos, pristine blue-water mangrove ponds and sub-tropical forests like this.
- Beyond the Beach,
- Natural Wonders
Bermuda's Walsingham Nature Reserve is a true island original. This 12-acre natural wonderland in Hamilton Parish is known locally as Tom Moore's Jungle, named for the celebrated Irish poet who wrote some of his best-known works here while sitting under a calabash tree. Walking along the woodland trails, under a dense canopy of trees and lush vegetation, you may indeed feel that you're exploring a jungle paradise.
BLUE POOLS & GROTTOS
Throughout the reserve, a network of walking trails will lead you to many stunning natural attractions, including Blue Hole Park, home to the deep, crystal-clear mangrove pond for which it is named. Here you'll also discover Causeway Cave, a deep-water grotto fed by the tides of Castle Harbour and a favourite spot for swimming, snorkelling and rock climbing.