Robin's Paradise – Bermuda Private Tours
4/1/2022 - 11/30/2022
Robin's Paradise – Bermuda Private Tours

Welcome to Robin’s Paradise – private half-day tours of the East End of Bermuda. We specialize in offering unique private guided excursions to some of the islands most unique and least visited places. Step off the beaten track and explore the places that visitors seldom get to see. Learn about the origins of island life as you make memories that will last a lifetime.

•All tours are 3 Hours in Length and are for 1-3 people (including children)
•Sturdy shoes (Not flip flops) are a must for all activities
•All tours leave from the Public Ferry Dock in St. Georges


Exclusive Private 3 Hour Guided Sightseeing Tour of Old Bermuda buildings beaches and back waters in St. Georges Parish & Bailey’s Bay. Escape the ordinary as you step back in time on this unique driving and walking tour of some of Bermuda’s oldest and least visited military forts and landmarks. Explore the island’s sub-tropical paradise along the old railway trail for glimpses of wildlife and breathtaking scenery. Sites visited include: The Deliverance, Somers Garden, Gates Fort, The Unfinished Church, Ferry Point Park & Railway Trail, Blue Hole Grotto & Caves & Coney Island Nature Reserve.


Exclusive Private 3 Hour Guided Tour of Eight Historic Fortifications in St. Georges Parish. Natural Surroundings, breath-taking views and fascinating architecture at every turn. You don’t have to be a history buff to enjoy this unique driving & walking tour of Royal Military & Civil War Blockade Runner sites! Locations Visited Include: Gates Fort, Alexandra Battery, Fort St. Catherine, Fort William, Fort George, Martello Tower, Burnt Point Fort, and Ferry Island Fort.


Exclusive Private 3 Hour Guided Walking Tour of St. David’s & Cooper’s Island Nature Trails, Beaches & Forts. Get swept away on rustic coastal trails and surround yourself with Bermuda’s unspoiled beauty as you hike to Fort Popple and the Cooper’s Island Wildlife Observation Tower. Other Sites Visited: St. David’s Battery, Carter House, & Long Bay Beach (optional swim).

Robin Trimingham is a Bermudian author, artist, videographer and podcaster. In addition to being a weekly columnist for The Royal Gazette, she is the author of "Under the Calabash Tree - The History of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club" and "The History of the Bermuda Mechanics Beneficial Association". She is also the co-author of "The Third Journey - Making the Most of Your Life After Work" and a unique series of Bermuda videos which can be viewed on YouTube.

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