Popular Foraging Tours​

experts in the field with

Doreen Williams-James


Learn about wild healing herbs and plants that exist in Bermuda and the benefits of such herbs and plants. 

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Wild Edible
Tasting Tours

On our edible foraging tours you will learn which wild healing herbs and plants you can eat as well as their harvest season.

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We offer incredible observation tours. Explore & expand your knowledge of the plants & herbs that can be found out here.

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Connect with the earth and become one. After foraging with us, enjoy a delectable taster prepared from your forage. 

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As an operator of a wheelchair-able van, it was natural to curate a carefully designed pushchair or wheelchair friendly tour.

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on demand

Ultimate Private Foraging excursions

This is a private version of either our foraging or observation tours, which we can customise for your group. Most popular amongst couples!

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We are based in St. George, Bermuda. All programs meet on site, not at our office. Pre-registration is required.

Directions for all tours and classes are provided by email three days before the tour. In case of any changes, we will contact you 3 hours in advance.

Foraging is searching for wild food resources. It affects an animal’s fitness because it plays an important role in an animal’s ability to survive and reproduce. Foraging theory is a branch of behavioral ecology that studies the foraging behavior of animals in response to the environment where the animal lives.

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The tasting & observation tours takes place at Bermuda’s Nature Reserves where it is not permissible to forage and lasts 1.5 hours. On the tasting and observation, we meet and taste edibles but don’t actually gather them. There is also no cooking demo and there is only one restaurant option.

The foraging tour takes place in locations where foraging is permissible and lasts three hours. The foraging tour includes a cooking demo/tasting and several restaurant options.

We can’t always announce where we’re going sooner than a few days before because often, we don’t know. Like a snorkeling trip, we go where the conditions are best. If it threatens to rain, we may go someplace else.

Our tours run rain or shine, so be sure to check the weather and dress to be comfortable outside.

We can always find and enjoy at least a dozen edible wild foods even in rain and strong winds. In the event of severe weather (thunderstorms, etc), we may cancel a tour give registrants the option to reschedule or receive a full refund. If rain and temperatures below 40 degrees are predicted, registrants may request a refund up to 24 hours before the tour.

Yes! Our 3-hour tour includes a cooking demo, tasting, and a chance to enjoy your finds in a free appetizer at one of several local restaurants. Our stroll also includes a “find dining” option.

We allow children of all ages to attend — and children under 5 are free — with the following three requirements:

• you are responsible for keeping a careful eye on your child throughout the tour.

• you must make it very clear to your child that they must not taste anything unless specifically instructed to do so.

• on public tours, caregivers must take children out of earshot if they are crying or otherwise disruptive to the group.

Please also note that, while not strenuous, most of our walks are not suitable for strollers.

Dogs are not permitted on our public tours but are welcome, with notice, on our private tours. If you are bringing a dog on a private tour, you must let us know in advance.

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