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Discover the fascinating Caribbean visiting Bermuda with this holiday package. Explore Bermuda Island, an archipelago of 7 main islands and about 170 additional islets and rocks, situated east of Cape Hatteras (North Carolina, U.S.). The island is famous for its pink sand beaches, the historic town of St. George and its fortifications, which together were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy this package for 5 days. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Flight in and out of Bermuda Island
  • 5 nights Hotel in Bermuda Island

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Dream vacations enjoying the fantastic beaches of Florida`s States and Bermuda!. Combine a pleasat stay in Miami (well known for its beaches, such as Miami Beach and South Beach, as well as endless shopping opportunities) , and after that, catch a flight to Bermuda Island (famous for its pink sand beaches, the historic town of St. George and its fortifications, which together were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Flight into Miami and out of Bermuda Island
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Miami
  • Flight from Miami and Bermuda Island
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Bermuda Island

6 nights from $2,069*
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A cosmopolitan city full of entertainment and Sandy beaches from USA and The Caribean. Visit New York (world-class museums, amazing food and unforgettable views-there`s always something new and exciting to discover there!). Then fly to Bermuda Island (The island is famous for its pink sand beaches, the historic town of St. George and its fortifications, which together were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Flight into New York City and out od Bermuda Islands
  • Hotel for 3 nights in New York City
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Bermuda Islands

6 nights from $1,993*
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Experience the unforgettable rhythms of New York and Florida plus the idyllic Bermuda! . Start in The Big Apple; New York City (one of the world's largest entertainment capitals ; with world-class museums, amazing food and shows); - where there is always something new and thrilling to discover. After that, catch a flight to Bermuda Island (famous for its pink sand beaches, the historic town of St. George and its fortifications, which together were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site). Finally, fly to Miami (well known for its beaches, such as Miami Beach and South Beach, as well as endless shopping opportunities). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Flight into New York City and out of Miami
  • Hotel for 3 nights in New York City
  • Flight from New York City to Bermuda
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Bermuda Island
  • Flight from Bermuda Island to Miami
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Miami

9 nights from $2,275*
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What is Bermuda known for?

The Island of Bermuda is famous for its pink sand beaches, aquamarine waters, and the historic town of St. George founded in 1612, its fortifications were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The island is filled with hidden secrets and surprises and plenty of activities on land and the water. There are British, African, Portuguese, North American, and West Indian influences mixed throughout the island with measures 20 miles in length by 2 miles in width at its widest point. There is a rich cultural heritage on the island with a decent show of urbanity with a bounty of museums, galleries, restaurants, and shops. Bermuda is one of the world’s top diving destinations with snorkeling, and diving opportunities over the vibrant coral reefs, the waters here are teeming with marine life. Bermuda has beautiful beaches, nature reserves, and pristine outdoor spaces to explore and seek nature and adventure. The beautiful island is filled with history, culture, a naval past, and some magnificent architecture Bermuda is Britain’s oldest British Overseas Territory, administered independently as a country. Stay in historic oceanfront resorts, quaint cottages on the hillsides, and many other idyllic accommodations.

What are the best places to visit in Bermuda?

Bermuda Island's capital, is Saint George’s town situated on the southern coast of St George’s Island, northern Bermuda. This town was established in 1612 by colonists in the service of the Virginia Company of London, the capital is known for its British architecture including St. Peter’s Church, which is the oldest surviving Anglican church in continuous use outside the British Isles and the State House built in 1619, these buildings and other historic structures were collectively designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. St. George’s town is bursting with beauty and history found in its quirky churches, narrow lanes, and charming, colorful, colonial buildings. More notable landmarks include the Tucker House Museum, King’s Square, and Fort St. Catherine.

When is the best time to visit Bermuda?

Visiting the beautiful island of Bermuda is best done during the summer months with temperatures in the mid-80s F from mid-April and lasting through November. The summer features high humidity, but there are plenty of ways to enjoy the weather, on the beach, in the water, and other fun activities. Winter temperatures hover around 60-70 F and the evenings drop into the mid to high 50s F, February is the coldest month. There is a low season (in Bermuda that brings some cooler temperatures and some windy and rainy days. This time of year the prices are lower when booking hotels and other accommodations, compared to the soaring prices of the high season (end of March or beginning of April). Peak season runs from June to August when prices are high, but the weather is the best this time of year with bright sunny days. Late spring (April-May) is a wonderful time of year to visit Bermuda with warm weather that allows visitors to enjoy the outdoors and perfect beach weather.

How many days should I spend in Bermuda?

We recommend 7-10 days based on what you want to see and do. We offer flexible vacation packages so you can select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities. We suggest a minimum of 3 nights in larger cities.

What is the best way to get around Rwanda?

There are no rental cars available in Bermuda, they are banned by the Bermudian government due to the small size of the island which has a population of 65,000. Here are the most feasible ways to get around the island are by taxi, buses, ferries, mopeds, scooters, and electric cars. Renting scooters and mopeds is a fun way to zip from pink beach to pink beach, there is an emerging market of electric mini cars, and you can rent bicycles to cycle around the island. Electric bicycles are a great alternative to scooters in downtown Hamilton. Taxis are very expensive but can be one of the best ways to see the island, with drivers happy to drive you or schedule an hour or two long tours of the island with a fixed rate of around $50 an hour. The standard rate for a taxi is around $4.80 for the taxi, $1.68 for each additional mile with a $1 charge per piece of luggage.

Renting mopeds, scooters, and electric mini cards are easily done on the island with plenty of rental opportunities and at an affordable rate. Motorcycles, scooters, and bikes allow you access to the winding, narrow streets of the island's townships.

Twizy is a two-seat electric vehicle that can reach up to 50 miles on a single charge, these compact vehicles are becoming increasingly popular for visitors.

Buses on the island are pastel pink and blue in color, a staple means of transportation for the locals, and a convenient way for visitors to get around. There are 11 bus routes on the island, that connect the downtown Central Terminal on Washington St in Hamilton to the west and east ends of the island, in Somerset and St George’s. Bus tickets cost around $3.50-$5 or passes are also available.

You can hop on a ferry ride to see the island from the water. There are four ferry routes around Bermuda, starting from the central ferry terminal on Front St in downtown Hamilton. These ferries connect Hamilton to Rockaway, Dockyard, and Salt Kettle with other stops on the route. There is a connecting service from Dockyard to St George’s.

Hitch is Bermuda’s rideshare service, it uses a similar platform to Uber and Lyft but relies on the existing taxi drivers on the island.

Ferries connect Hamilton to Rockaway, Dockyard, and Salt Kettle, with other stops en route, and there's a connecting service from Dockyard to St George's. Depending on the time of day, this can also be a quicker way to reach the far ends of the island than traveling by road. If you’re worried about windswept hair, head for the covered portions of the boat and you’ll arrive looking as fresh as when you boarded. Unlike the bus, the ferry doesn’t accept change, so you’ll have to use your Transportation Pass or visit the terminal before boarding to purchase a ticket or token, using cash or a card.

Bermuda taxi drivers also double as tour guides for visitors to the island. If you form a quick bond with your driver from the airport, you might end up using the same driver for your entire stay. There are several taxi companies and rides are metered at government rates. Taxis can be in short supply at busy times, so make a booking for your trip to the airport when you depart.

What is the currency of Bermuda?

The official currency of Bermuda is the Bermudian dollar, with a one-to-one ratio to the US Dollar, Bermudian dollars and US dollars are interchangeable on the island. There are exchange desks found in the airport and at banks. ATMs can be found on the island in Saint George Town.

Tipping is at your discretion and greatly appreciated, cash is usually preferred, tip drivers around US$10 a day, trekking porters US$2.

Do people speak English in Bermuda?

The official language spoken in Bermuda is Bermudian English, but some Portuguese is also spoken. Many people speak English, especially in the service industry at hotels and restaurants. Most of the inhabitants have a good comprehension of the English language. We recommend you get a good English-Portuguese guidebook and learn common phrases such as hello, goodbye, please, thank you, and numbers 1-10.

What are the best vacation packages to Bermuda?

Bermuda Island Escape (5 nights)

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Includes: Flight in and out of Bermuda Island, 5 nights Hotel in Bermuda Island

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Miami and Bermuda Island by Air (6 nights)

Dream vacations enjoying the fantastic beaches of Florida`s States and Bermuda!. Combine a pleasat stay in Miami (well known for its beaches, such as Miami Beach and South Beach, as well as endless shopping opportunities) , and after that, catch a flight to Bermuda Island (famous for its pink sand beaches, the historic town of St. George and its fortifications, which together were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site).

Includes: Flight in and out of Bermuda Island, 5 nights Hotel in Bermuda Island


New York City and Bermuda Island by Air (6 nights)

A cosmopolitan city full of entertainment and Sandy beaches from USA and The Caribean. Visit New York (world-class museums, amazing food and unforgettable views-there`s always something new and exciting to discover there!). Then fly to Bermuda Island (The island is famous for its pink sand beaches, the historic town of St. George and its fortifications, which together were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site).

Includes: Flight in and out of Bermuda Island, 5 nights Hotel in Bermuda Island


New York City - Bermuda Island - Miami by Air (9 nights)

Experience the unforgettable rhythms of New York and Florida plus the idyllic Bermuda! . Start in The Big Apple; New York City (one of the world's largest entertainment capitals ; with world-class museums, amazing food and shows); - where there is always something new and thrilling to discover. After that, catch a flight to Bermuda Island (famous for its pink sand beaches, the historic town of St. George and its fortifications, which together were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site). Finally, fly to Miami (well known for its beaches, such as Miami Beach and South Beach, as well as endless shopping opportunities).

Includes: Flight in and out of Bermuda Island, 5 nights Hotel in Bermuda Island


Can I combine a vacation package for Bermuda with other countries?

Yes, you can combine with: USA