For the budget conscious travelers, the best time to book flights to Bermuda is during the spring months, between March and April. The peak tourist season is between April and October. During this season many events take place and island is alive with activity. Some of these activities include Bermuda International Race Week (May), Bermuda Billfish Release Cup (June), Bermuda Triple Crown (July), Bermuda Beach Tennis Tournament (August), and Cup Match (August). Between April and October prices soar sky high, so it’s recommended to make bookings several months in advance to enjoy deals on hotels and cheap flights to Bermuda.
Bermuda is served by L.F. Wade International Airport. The airport was formerly called Bermuda International Airport. Owned by Government of Bermuda, the airport is operated by Department of Airport Operations, Ministry of Tourism and Transport. Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Airlines provide Bermuda flights to destinations including Miami, Toronto, Atlanta, London and more.Places of interest in Bermuda
Bermuda in the north of the Caribbean is a British Overseas Territory, located off the east coast of the United States. The territory has much milder climate than the Caribbean islands, and is known for its pink sandy beaches and laid- back character. Bermuda offers some of the best wreck diving, snorkeling, fishing, sailing, hiking, biking and golfing options. The tiny island has got more golf courses per square kilometer than any other country in the world.Horseshoe Bay
A gorgeous crescent of pastel pink-hued sand and brilliant blue waves lapping at the shore, awaits you at Horseshoe Bay. It is the most famous and most photographed beach of Bermuda, well equipped with cafes, lifeguards, and equipment rental shops to facilitate the visitors.St. George
The historic St. George was the first permanent English settlement on the islands of Bermuda. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, England claimed Bermuda after the English ship Sea Venture ran aground here in 1609. The highlights of the town that holds firm to its colonial roots include the Old State House, King Square, St. Peter's Church, and Unfinished church.Bermuda Railway Trail
For the adventurous at heart, Bermuda Railway Trail is a must to do thing. This 29 km well-maintained walking and biking trail crosses cliffs, woods, beaches, and dunes and offers unparalleled chance to check out Bermuda’s varied scenery.