Bermuda Travel & Transport Guide

Getting There

The majority of visitors travel to Bermuda by air or cruise ship.


LF Wade International Airport is the only airport in Bermuda. It’s situated on the eastern side of the island in St George’s Parish, approximately 10 miles from Hamilton.

The only direct flights to Bermuda are from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Gateway cities include Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Halifax, Toronto, and London.


Most tourists now travel to Bermuda by cruise ship. Contracted ships depart from New York, Baltimore, and Boston. All sail to Kings Wharf or Heritage Wharf, the cruise ship docks at Royal Naval Dockyard.

Getting Around


The island has an excellent bus service. 11 routes cover all areas of the island. Fares are subsidised by the government and offer excellent value for money. Further savings can be made by purchasing a transportation pass.


Ferries connect Hamilton with Royal Naval Dockyard, St George (seasonal), Southampton, Sandys, Warwick, and Paget. There are 4 routes (Blue, Pink, Green and Orange). Journeys are scenic and often quicker than taking the bus.


There are around 600 taxis in Bermuda. All are metered and strictly regulated.


Car rentals are not permitted in Bermuda. Visitors wishing to travel independently using motorised transport can hire a scooter.

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