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Bermuda

How to get to Bermuda:

We offer nonstop service from New York (JFK) and Boston (BOS) every day of the week from May through September and connecting service from dozens of other JetBlue cities. Sunday and Friday service is not offered Janurary through April. 

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What to do in Bermuda

Bermuda is an island full of natural beauty.

What We Love about Bermuda

Bermuda is an island full of natural beauty. Once you land on the island, you can easily see why it is touted as one of the world's most favored travel destinations--beautiful beaches, magnificent caves, golf courses with great views, and generous people. Before embarking on your Bermuda getaway, check out our crewmembers tips.

Before you go!

Region & Time Zone: Mid Atlantic, Atlantic Time Zone (GMT -4)
Passport Required: Yes
Languages Spoken: English
Power: Standard US plug
Currency: Bermuda Dollar and the US Dollar is widely accepted
Transportation: The island-wide bus is a convenient way to get around
Immigration preclearance: US citizens can go through US immigration and customs at Bermuda airport
Once you land on the island, you can easily see why it is touted as one of the world's most favored travel destinations--beautiful beaches, magnificent caves, golf courses with great views, and generous people.
Bermuda's legendary pink sand is what makes the island's beaches some of the most popular in the world.

Pink Sand

Kick start your trip to Bermuda with a splash at the beach. Bermuda's legendary pink sand is what makes the island's beaches some of the most popular in the world. Dip your toes into the sand and enjoy the beautiful view of pink sand against turquoise water along the shoreline.

Bermudian Rooftops

Bermuda is known for its colorful houses with white-roofs. These white roofs serve functional purposes. Since Bermuda's wells only yield brackish or salt water, Bermudians collect rainwater by paving grooves into their roofs in order to funnel water into underground tanks. The white cement wash compound of the roofs not only sanitizes the rainwater but also keeps the houses cooler.
Bermudians collect rainwater by paving grooves into their roofs in order to funnel water into underground tanks
Gombey is a unique performance of intricate handmade costumes, dance, and rhythmic drumming.

Gombey

Gombey dancing is a unique performance of colorful costumes, dances, stories and rhythmic drumming. Gombey dancing is a reflection of the island's blended culture-- African, West Indian, English and Native American. During cultural festivities or on special days such as Boxing Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day, Gombey troupes will perform in most of Bermuda's main streets. Different Gombey troupes will also meet up for "dance-offs" to show off their best moves. If you hear drumming, you know the party has started. Join the Gombey celebration and feel the pulse of Bermudian culture.

Gosling's

Bermuda has a long history of rum that started back in 1806 when James Gosling set out from England for America and ended up in St. George's, Bermuda after 91 desperate days at sea. That's how Gosling's settled on the island and started formulating rum. Gosling's rum eventually became known as Black Seal Rum, which is a crucial ingredient in the Dark 'N Stormy cocktail. The uniqueness of this cocktail is that it is trademarked by Gosling's. So next time you're drinking a Dark 'N Stormy, a blend of ginger beer and rum-- make sure that what you're drinking is Gosling's.
Bermuda has a long history of rum that started back in 1806 when James Gosling set out from England for America and ended up in St. George's, Bermuda after 91 desperate days at sea.