Bermuda’s Official Travel Resource Book Now
St. George's & the East End

Walsingham Nature Reserve, aka "Tom Moore's Jungle"


Walk lush forest trails, swim in translucent blue waters and explore subterranean caves at this 12-acre reserve that is locally known as Tom Moore's Jungle, named for the Irish poet who favoured the area for writing. Along the trails you'll see mangroves, several bird species and natural swimming grottoes like the famous Blue Hole, part of Blue Hole Park, which is located within Walsingham Nature Reserve. Before leaving, pay a visit to Bermuda’s oldest restaurant, Tom Moore’s Tavern – housed in a 17th-century estate at the edge of the reserve.

Admission Price


TripAdvisor® Traveller Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

based on 129 reviews

Ang C | Apr 8, 2018

“Short hike ”

We'd definitely all recommend exploring this area. Can't beat natures wonders, with a mini 'jungle', caves (torches recommended!), beautiful blue water hole, a variety of fish to see and an area for...

Read all reviews on TripAdvisor » Write a review on TripAdvisor »

Location Map

As Mentioned In

Also Check Out

Blue Hole Park

Blue Hole Hill, Hamilton Parish

St. George's & the East End | Nature Reserves

Walk the trails of Blue Hole Park to find secluded caves and idyllic grottoes nestled into the area Bermudians call...

Learn More

Tom Moore's Tavern

7 Walsingham Ln., Hamilton Parish

St. George's & the East End | Restaurants

Nestled in a wooded grove near the water’s edge, Tom Moore’s Tavern serves upscale cuisine alongside a generous...

Learn More