A world away is closer than you think. Bermuda is located in the North Atlantic Ocean about 600 nautical miles from the U.S. East Coast and just a 90-minute flight from New York City. Major East Coast hubs including Atlanta, Boston and Toronto can be reached in three hours or less, while nonstop service to London connects the island to the heart of the U.K., perfect for onward connections throughout Europe. Once you arrive, getting around is simple, too – the island is 21-square-miles, so no matter where you’re staying, you’re never far from the airport or major attractions. Explore by foot, bike, or rent an electric vehicle to zip around the island. Prefer to let someone else do the driving? Cabs, buses, and ferries are all readily available.
Whether you travel by air, by cruise ship, or by private vessel, you’ll need to complete your Bermuda Arrival Card prior to arrival. Here’s everything else you need to know about getting to Bermuda
Bermuda is easy and safe to navigate with plenty of options for getting around. Visitors can rent eco-friendly, electric vehicles, motorized scooters, and pedal or electric bicycles. Buses and ferries operate year-round, offering reliable transport and scenic views. And, cabs, private tour buses, and ride hailing services are there to get you and your group from point A to B.
View and download Bermuda maps, visitor guides, and brochures to help you plan your trip and navigate while on-island.
Bermuda's 21 square miles are packed with hidden gems, nooks and crannies, and new-to-you discoveries. Let us show you around.