Golf, diving, dolphins, delicious food, warm weather, beaches of baby pink: Bermuda is a destination like no other…
Bizarre business attire aside (the chaps really do wear Bermuda shorts, shirts, ties and blazers to do business here), it’s easy to see why this stunning island nation in the Atlantic Ocean is a popular holiday destination.
Myth and intrigue surround the Bermuda Triangle, which has been repeatedly debunked as hokum in recent years, but there’s no mystery about the lure of the island itself. Glorious beaches, caves, mangroves, woodland and coral reefs… And those are just the natural attractions. Manmade highlights include naval dockyards, pristine golf courses, historic forts, lighthouses, and welcoming villages – not to mention the shipwreck dive sites created by human error.
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Direct flights to Bermuda are available from London, with an average flight time of six-and-a-half hours, with connecting Bermuda flights taking off from other UK airports.
With great year-round weather and a lively line-up of annual events, it’s always a good time to book flights to Bermuda.
Idyllic Bermuda is not the easiest place to fly to from the UK, but there are limited air services available.
The only flights from Europe are the daily, non-stop British Airways services from London’s Gatwick airport, which take around seven-and-a-half hours to reach Bermuda.
Otherwise, the only real option is to fly to the USA or Canada on connecting flights through New York with American Airlines and Delta, via Boston with American or through Toronto with Air Canada. The extra journey adds at least five hours to any journey and may involve an overnight stay in the States.
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Flights to Bermuda from UK airports land at L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA) in the east of Bermuda. And as it’s a small island – it takes less than an hour to travel the length of it by road – getting to your hotel from the airport won’t take long.
To make the journey, a hotel shuttle service can be a good choice. It might not be the cheapest option, but it may prove better value that a taxi and will be a lot more convenient than the public buses.
If you do want to hop aboard a local bus with luggage, services run frequently from the airport to various island destinations, costing up to five Bermudian dollars per one-way journey (about £3.50).
A taxi ride between the airport and the capital, Hamilton, for example, costs $35 (about £25).
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Here’s an extra tip from TravelSupermarket: the Bermudian dollar is pegged, or fixed, to the US dollar, which means they have the same value. You can use USD almost anywhere in Bermuda too.
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Historic grandeur greets visitors booking hotels around the old towns of St George’s and St David’s, in the east of Bermuda.
In the south, in areas such as Elbow Beach, Southampton Beach, Warwick Long Bay and Horseshoe Bay, ocean-side hotels treat guests to spectacular sea views.
And in the west, yet more sensational stretches of sand lure holidaymakers to the tip of Bermuda and the wonderfully named Ireland Island.
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