Nonsuch Island is closed to public access
NO TOURS OFFERED JANUARY, FEBRUARY, JULY or AUGUST.
Tours conducted by our department are prioritized for school-age and educational groups. Contact us to make arrangements for a school visit.
Tours for the general public are offered by our affiliate charity, the Bermuda Zoological Society. See details below
Anyone landing on the island without permission will be subject to prosecution.
Boats CANNOT tie up to the docks or be brought up on the beach. However, boats may anchor offshore to snorkel around the wreck and reefs on the north side of the island, which usually have a good variety of reef fish.
NO FISHING allowed.
Why is access to Nonsuch Island restricted?
Due to the sensitivity of the restored habitats and critically endangered species on Nonsuch Island, access is strictly controlled.
Bermuda Zoological Society WILD Encounters: NONSUCH ISLAND TOUR
Enjoy a journey aboard RV Endurance to the unparalleled island of Nonsuch. Tour the island to learn of its history and the restoration work that have created this incredible Nature Reserve. If conditions allow there may be an opportunity to see one of the rarest seabirds in the world - the Bermuda Cahow.
Dates and Times:
**No tours are currently scheduled for June 2019.**
Next available tours could potentially be in September, but no dates have been set at this time. (May 2019)
To inquire about tour dates in September 2019 or beyond, please contact Jeremy Madeiros at firstname.lastname@example.org or (441) 505 0042.