Explore the beautiful island of Bermuda with Disney Cruise Line

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This October, Disney Cruise Line will take cruisers to Bermuda for the first time with five- and six-night cruises on the Disney Magic, leaving from New York City. This tropical vacation destination has all kinds of exciting offerings for Disney Cruise Line guests.

Cruisers will be able to enjoy two days on the island, giving them the opportunity to experience the beaches, water sports and activities, world-class shopping, and various cultures Bermuda has to offer.

The Hidden Gems Exploration Adventure takes cruisers across the island to Tom Moore’s Jungle, a 12-acre reserve where you can jump from cliffs into clear blue waters and explore breathtaking caves. Then guests will visit one of the best snorkeling locations on the island to swim with tropical fish and a beautiful coral reef. The trip ends with a stop by a local family-owned ice cream parlor for a sweet treat.

Guests can also explore the islands well-known legend with the Bermuda Triangle Evening Cruise. This sailing under the stars aboard a 50-foot glass-bottom boat is accompanied by a history lesson on the Bermuda Triangle and provides a unique point of view on the beautiful ocean life below.

For those looking for an adventure in the ocean, the Rising Son Catamaran Swim and Snorkel Port Adventure gives guests a chance to get in the beautiful turquoise water, while the Pirate Sunset Glass-Bottom Cocktail Cruise is a different kind of adventure with pirate fun for the kids and cocktails for the adults.

If you prefer to keep the wildlife on the other side of the glass, the Bermuda Aquarium and Museum Zoo Cruise allows guests to encounter marine life, birds, mammals and more, while the Bermuda Family Fun – Aquarium and Zoo trip features a stop at the “Blue Echo” virtual reality experience.

For more information or to book your Disney Cruise Line Bermuda cruise, visit their official website.

Would you like to take a Disney Cruise to Bermuda? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Disney

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