You’ll fly into LF Wade International Airport (BDA). The airport, which began as a WWII airfield now has one terminal that accommodates almost a million people each year and supports aircraft or all sizes, including the 777s that land there regularly. It’s located on the eastern side of Bermuda, on St. David’s Island.
Immigration & Customs
All US Citizens need to carry a passport. And make sure you have your immigrations form with you when you return home. When arriving in Bermuda, you must complete a Customs Traveller Declaration (CTD) Form 98. Complete both sides of the form. Self-service kiosks are available to calculate any customs duty.
Getting to Your Hotel
CheapCaribbean.com has partnered Bermuda Triangle Tours as our premier transportation company in Bermuda. They’ll provide you with safe, comfortable and professional transportation, from the airport to your hotel and back. They’ll also provide transportation to any excursions booked through our site that you’d like to take while you’re in your destination.
It’s easy to find your Bermuda Triangle Tours team when you arrive at the airport. After you collect your luggage in the arrival hall, take the door on the left and you’ll see the Bermuda Triangle Tours desk. All drivers are fluent in English, friendly and knowledgeable about the culture, history and things to do while you’re there. By the end of your ride, you’ll have made a new friend. Vehicles are all clean, modern and reliable.
Bermuda Triangle Tours is also the official transportation rep for CheapCaribbean.com excursions when you book vacations to Bermuda on our site. The majority of our partner hotels have a Bermuda Triangle Tours desk in or near the lobby so they’re easy to find, should you need them. For this reason, we suggest that our guests do not rent cars while in the Caribbean or Mexico as traffic laws and road quality and street signs are not the same as they are in the US.
Getting Around Bermuda
Rental cars are not available in Bermuda, but getting around is easy to do. The most expensive way, but the easiest, is taking a taxi. You can book a taxi for an hour or two if you want to tour the island. Scooters are widely used by locals, so if you’re brave, rent on and zip around the island. Ferries and busses area also available, both being reliable and safe.