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Cheap flights from Bermuda

The island nation of Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory located in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is situated just off the east coast of North America, about 1,030 kilometres from the nearest land mass: Cape Hatteras in the United States of America. Bermuda occupies a total area of 53.2 square kilometres, and its small capital Hamilton has one of the smallest population in any capital city. Nicknamed the "Jewel of the Atlantic", and with Bermuda's pink sand beaches, tropical climate, historic sites, and wonderful people, it really comes as no surprise that it has been voted several times as the "Best Island in the Caribbean/Atlantic" according to Condé Nast Traveler readers.

Where to go

National Museum of Bermuda - The National Museum of Bermuda or BMM is the largest museum in the country. Situated in the grounds of the fortress keep of the former Royal Naval Dockyard in Sandys Parish, BMM relates the history of Bermuda through many exhibits. Included on display is a two-storey History of Bermuda mural by Bermudian artist Graham Foster, and the display Bermuda's Defense Heritage.

Crystal and Fantasy Caves - The two separate Crystal and Fantasy Caves are among the top attractions in Bermuda, both of which can be found in Hamilton Parish. Crystal Cave is Bermuda’s most famous subterranean caverns and is about 500 metres long and 62 metres deep. Inside is magical: look up and you'll find pristine white stalactites covered with crystallised soda straws; look down and you'll find yourself gazing into a crystal clear underground lake with spectacular formations in over 50 feet deep, but appearing to be just inches beneath the surface. In the Fantasy Cave is even more pristine water, and walls covered with calcite mineral deposits that look like frozen waterfalls. Make sure to listen to your experienced guide to learn more about the history and geology of the caves, making them even more fascinating!

Spittal Pond Nature Reserve - Bermuda's largest wildlife sanctuary is the Spittal Pond Nature Reserve. It lies over an area of 60 acres, surrounding the third largest pond in Bermuda.

Due to Bermuda's close proximity to most eastern U.S. airports, it takes less than two hours of flight time to travel from Bermuda to the United States of America. Visit the capital Washington, D.C. and take your pick from its endless choices of tourist attractions: the non-profit Experience Music Project Museum, the exhibits of Chihuly Garden and Glass, the saved animals housed in Woodland Park Zoo, the combined zoo and aquarium Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, the Hands On Children's Museum, and so much more.

The only direct long haul destination from Bermuda is to London in England, United Kingdom. Witness the admirable patience and determination of the Queen's Guard in Buckingham Palace. The Changing of the Guard occurs every day and is one of the most anticipated sights of tourists at the Palace. If you're into comedy, go to the London Dungeon and catch one of their hilarious recreations of various gory and macabre historical events.

How to get out

The sole airport serving Bermuda is L.F. Wade International Airport, located in the parish of St. George's. The airport offers direct flights to Toronto, Miami, New York, London, Atlanta, and Boston, with seasonal flights to Newark, Philadelphia, Charlotte, and Washington. Airlines serving the airport are Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, US Airways, and Westjet. Omni Air International handles charter flights to Phoenix and Denver.

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