Cheap Flights to Bermuda


Also referred to as Somer Isles, the island of Bermuda is a British Territory that is located hundreds of miles away from any nearest landmass. Given the location and the fact that the country is home to some of the finest beaches in the world, Bermuda is not a place for travelers interested in a low-cost vacation. However, if you have set aside a modest budget, the rewards of spending a week on this beautiful island are definitely worth it.

The capital city of Hamilton is the island’s main tourist destination, and although lodging and food costs can get quite high, the sights of the dark blue sea from pink sand beaches are absolutely breath taking. Bermuda is the epitome of every tropical paradise, and one place every vacationer deserves to go!

Flights to Bermuda

L.F. Wade International (previously known as Bermuda International) is the island’s only airport, and it transports an estimated 1+ million domestic and foreign passengers each year. Located in St. George’s parish, L.F. Wade features two designated terminals, one for passengers, and the other for cargo transport. Despite its relatively small air traffic, the airport is capable of accommodating the Airbus A380 and Boeing 777-200 aircrafts.

Bermuda is the epitome of laid-back island culture. The island is small, and while there are three official airports on the island, only one is used by the public. L.F. Wade International, previously known as Bermuda International, is the island's only public use airport. Each year, around one million passengers use the airport to travel to or from the island.

The airport is located in St. George's parish, around ten miles from the island's hotel district. The trip from the airport takes around 30 minutes by automobile or 45 minutes by bus. Hotel shuttles, taxis, and rental cars are all popular options.

L.F. Wade features one terminal for passengers and another for cargo. Despite the relatively small air traffic, the airport can accommodate the largest passenger jets like Airbus' A380 and Boeing's 777-200 aircraft. There are many amenities including duty-free shopping, authentic dining experiences, bars, and lounges with free WiFi access.

Tourists from the United States can book flights to Bermuda through Delta, American Airlines, US Airways, United, and jetBlue, while international passengers can choose from British Airways or Air Canada.

What to Do in Bermuda

Each of Bermuda’s nine parishes has exciting attractions, so feel free to visit all or a few of them during your stay. The Crystal Caves, Bermuda Aquarium and Zoo are located in Hamilton Parish, while Spittle Pond Nature Reserve and Flatts Village can be found in Smiths. Golfers and fans of horseback riding will find everything they need in Warwick, and thousands of beach lovers flock in droves to the waters of Southampton each year.

Cheap travel tips

Always book flights to Bermuda at least one month in advance to get the best deals on airfare and hotel/resort rates; large apartment rentals are recommended for groups. Motorbike rentals are a much cheaper and more efficient mode of transportation than the island’s taxi and public bus service. The cost is lower for multi-day rentals ($35 per day for 4-day reservations).

The food at most Bermuda restaurants is expensive, but North Rock Brewing Co. and Specialty Inn have reasonable rates on tasty dishes! The Bermudian Dollar is the official currency, although the U.S. dollar can be used everywhere given its equal value. English is the primary spoken language as well.

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