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Took 2 of my girls here to check out the jumping. As most reviews say, it’s located across the street from the gas station before the causeway. When we went the parking lot had a tour van so spotting that helped me identify this was...More
My kids and I found this after visiting the crystal caves. If you take the brick path from the caves to the end it’s down the street across from Grotto Bay Beach. There is a place to jump off the cliff into the blue hole....More
We took a ferry from dock yard to st George . From ferry take a taxi to the blue hole($20). At park walk the trail to the hidden pond. The jumping spots are very slippery with clay bring water shoes. There is a dock and...More
Blue Hole Park (also known as Tom Moore's Jungle and Walsingham Nature Preserve) is a varied park with a lot of physical activities available for almost all ages. There's a great spot to cliff dive into the "blue hole", the trail is so well-worn its...More
We stayed across the street at Grotto Bay so were only a short walk to Blue Hole Park. It was so much more fun than we anticipated. Be sure to do your research and visit all of the caves besides the main Blue Hole. If...More
This place was awesome, we were looking for a place to cliff dive and a local told us this would be the safest place, and they were correct. There is a 15 foot cliff and probably a 25 foot cliff, i front flipped off of...More
This is by far the easiest and safest place to cliff jump in Bermuda. The water is crystal clear and brackish, not completely salty. It is a little bit of an adventure to find the hole once you enter Blue Hole park. Walk down the...More
We had read about this place online and are so glad it worked into our travel plans. It is located near The Swizzle Inn and Crystal/Fantasy Caves. When you're walking up the path to the Blue Hole don't miss the small hidden beach to your...More
I suspect it could be dangerous to swim in the caves but I did not explore any of them when I visited the park. You can swim in the Blue Hole itself - it is gorgeous. There is a wooden platform to leave your stuff and when... More
I suspect it could be dangerous to swim in the caves but I did not explore any of them when I visited the park. You can swim in the Blue Hole itself - it is gorgeous. There is a wooden platform to leave your stuff and when I visited there were a few people swimming and cliff jumping (about 20 feet).