Private Jet to Bermuda
Windsor Jet Management is a global leader in private jet flights all over the world, including the US, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and all of Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean Islands. With a vast fleet of private jets, Windsor Jet is on call and ready to fly you via jet charter to Bermuda.
The British Overseas Territory of Bermuda sits about 600 miles east of the North Carolina coast in the North Atlantic Ocean. The island which is rich in history as well as natural beauty is known as the home to one of the oldest continuously occupied English settlements. The island enjoys a remarkably high standard of living and quality of life through its insurance and tourism industries; the latter of which is the most famous throughout the world and the main reason why many people continue to visit there. Fly by private jet from New York to the tropical island with the British accent.
Sun Drenched Beaches In Water Color Hues
Most visitors come to Bermuda to indulge in the recreational activities associated with the island’s most prominent feature which is its coast line. Two of the most famous Bermuda beaches are Horseshoe Bay Beach and Warwick Long Bay Beach. Its famous pink sands that contrast the island’s characteristic, aquamarine waters are not the only reasons for visiting Horseshoe Bay Beach; this popular, family friendly spot in Southampton Parish also has full amenities like equipment rental, a lifeguard and restaurant. Swimmers and snorkelers generally enjoy Warwick Long Bay near South Shore Park due to its calm waters and abundant marine life.
Historic And Cultural Attractions
Bermuda’s links to European colonialism and its Atlantic Ocean location are the foundations of its cultural attractions. For instance, soon after the founding of the town of St. George by the Virginia Company in 1612, St. Peter’s Anglican church was built, and the historic structure is now visited as a World Heritage Site. The island’s maritime heritage is on display at the Gibb Hill Lighthouse in Cross Bay and the Royal Naval Dockyard on Ireland Island. History buffs can explore the island’s military past at Fort St. Catherine on the north eastern corner of St. George’s Island. The fort was used by local militia and British military personnel throughout its history and was still operational until the 20th century. Additionally, the cultural heritage and beauty of Bermuda is on display at the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art located within the Bermuda Botanical Gardens.
Ocean View Golf Courses
Bermuda’s famous golf courses feature lush greens, swaying palm trees and stunning panoramic views of the coast. The course at Port Royal allows visitors to shop for new gear at their proessional golf shop after playing a round, and the four star Turtle Hill Golf club has won numerous awards for its par three course. Both clubs are in Bermuda’s Southampton area.
Please The Palate At Bermuda’s Dining Establishments
Known for its cuisine that reflects its oceanic location and the ethnic cultures that have touched its shores, Bermuda offers a wide array of dining options for the adventuresome palate. For example, the Ascot restaurant in Hamilton creates amazing seafoof dishes and strives to source other menu items locally for a fresh, flavorful approach to dining. The Mad Hatters restaurant also in Hamilton features one of a kind, gourmet creations prepared by English, Thai and North American chefs.
Bermuda which is often grouped with the Caribbean Islands has a vibe all its own that is both laid back and conservative at the same time. Dotted with world class lodgings, golf courses and dining venues of all types that are set amidst the backdrop of the ocean Bermuda has become a classic vacation option for many seasoned travelers.
Airports Near Bermuda
1) L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA/TXKF) – Hamilton, Bermuda – 18 kilometers from Bermuda
2) Bermuda Nas Airport (NWU) – Bermuda Nas, Bermuda – 18 kilometers from Bermuda