Cheap flights to Bermuda
Flights to Bermuda
Reasons To Visit Bermuda
Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory situated off the east coast of the United States. While the island itself is relatively small, there are a number of fascinating things to see and do around Bermuda whether it’s the cultural attractions of St. George or some of the stunning scenic areas around the island. If you visit Bermuda you must check out the beautiful old town of St. George, a UNESCO world heritage site known for its winding alleyways and charming architecture. Any visit to Bermuda would not be complete without seeing its incredibly beautiful beaches whether it’s a popular family beach or a secluded private retreat you are after. Those who like to stay fit and active may consider taking a tour of some of the many forts around the island, while Bermuda is also known for its many world-class golf courses.
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Arriving In Bermuda
L. F. Wade International Airport is the only airport in Bermuda situated just over 10 km from the capital Hamilton. The airport handles a few long-haul routes including flights from New York and London, so travelers in the UAE will be able to make the journey to Bermuda with only a single transfer. However, if you are looking to travel from the UAE to Bermuda directly you will not be able to do so at this point in time.
L. F. Wade International Airport is housed within a single passenger terminal and offers all of the essential amenities and facilities you would need including a couple of restaurants and cafés as well as duty-free shopping. In addition to this, there is an airport lounge on site and you can also connect to the free Wi-Fi network to access the web. When you have arrived in Bermuda it is possible to find public buses if you are on a budget, although you may simply prefer to hail down a taxi to get to your destination directly.
Bermuda Travel Information
UAE nationals looking to travel to Bermuda will be able to stay for up to three months without a visa, although you will have to transit through the UK first. If you will not be doing this you are best off speaking with your local authorities to make sure you have the correct arrangements in place. In Bermuda the weather is warm all year round, with the hottest period falling between July and September when you can expect average highs of around 29 degrees. The currency used in Bermuda is the Bermudian dollar, although you will find that the US dollar is accepted in some establishments.
* This information is correct as of December 2017
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