The Natural Wonder of Bermuda’s Crystal Caves
To see one of Bermuda’s most awe-inspiring natural attractions, you’ll have to go underground. The Crystal Caves, thought to be millions of years old, house dramatic formations and a clear ocean-fed lake. This awe-inspiring subterranean world has inspired everyone from Mark Twain to the creators of Fraggle Rock.
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Visiting the Crystal Caves
The Crystal Caves are open to the public every day, excluding some holidays. Guided tours are offered throughout the day.
Tips for your Trip:
- Sensible footwear is advisable; rubber-soled shoes are ideal.
- Air temperature inside the cave is 72 degrees year-round.
- Fiddlestix Gift Shop and Café Ole are also located on the property.
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