Within the depths of Tom Moore's Jungle, you'll find the unassuming Subway Cave hidden from sight. It might take a little navigating to find this cave as there are no signs pointing you in the right direction, though with a little exploring (or the assistance of a guide), you may be fortunate enough to stumble upon it. While many of the stalactites might look like regular rocks, inside they shimmer brilliantly. You can see this on the ends of some of the rock formations where pieces have been damaged over the years. While tours used to go through this cave, it is now a public cavern that anyone can walk through. Unfortunately, some of the rock formations have been damaged over the years by people back in the day bringing in open flames, but they are starting to repair themselves. Nowadays, be sure to bring a flashlight and have fun exploring!
Walsingham Cave, located inside Tom Moore's Jungle in Hamilton Parish, provides an incredible experience of swimming inside a cave! It is a partially drowned cavern that we were able to swim inside to view the interesting rock formations. Make sure to pack your bathing suit and your water shoes as some of the rocks can be quite sharp on your way into the water. Once you're swimming around, you are fine - the bottom of the cave is extremely deep. As we swam inside the cave, we saw one huge rock that looked exactly like a bear! The cave water was a little bit chilly, but we got used to the temperature once we started swimming around. If you're able, bring an underwater flashlight with you to view the rocks with some more light. Quite a bit of light flows into the cave itself, so you'll have no problem seeing inside the cave. A tour guide from Hidden Gems Bermuda took us to the cave, otherwise you'll have to explore Tom Moore's Jungle to find it!