Bermuda’s pink sands and blue waters coupled with its rich history make this a great tourist destination for nearly everyone. From Horseshoe Bay, the Royal Navy Dockyard, and Tobacco Bay, the island will not disappoint. Let us help get you and your family there with a private charter jet to Bermuda.
Arrive in style to your destination with a private charter jet to Bermuda. You will not only fly in a luxurious aircraft surrounded by the utmost professionals in the industry, you can rest easy knowing that your safety is first and foremost.
Fly into L.F. Wade International Airport located in St. George’s Parish. This airport features a new passenger terminal that was just opened in December 2020. This state-of-the-art terminal features a putting green and nature trail for passengers while they wait for their flights. Guests also have the option to store baggage while they shower, shop, or dine at the airport.
A Brief History of Bermuda
Founded in the early 1500s, Bermuda was not settled until 1609, after a British shipwreck that was headed for Jamestown, Virginia. In 1707, the islands were established as part of the British Crown Colony. Since then, it has become known as the oldest remaining British colony.
During your charter flight to Bermuda, there are several places you will want to make sure to add to your itinerary. Horseshoe Bay, for example. This popular tourist spot is located on the south coast of the island in the Southampton Parish. Horseshoe Bay houses the former US Naval Operating Base on part of a peninsula now called Morgan’s Point. This is the perfect place for family time or for exploring caves. You might also just take a stroll down the beach to enjoy the trademark pink sands and crystal blue waters.
Royal Navy Dockyard
The Royal Naval Dockyard is also a famous tourist destination. Located on the West End, this was the principal base of the Royal Navy for more than 150 years. Today you can visit the National Museum of Bermuda, the Clocktower Shopping Mall, or the Royal Naval Cemetery.
Snorkeling is a favorite of Tobacco Bay. As one of Bermuda’s national parks, this beach is known for its beautiful underwater colorful reefs that can be enjoyed by snorkeling. It also has a history going back to 1775, when Bermudians stole gunpowder from the British Magazine, transported it to Tobacco Bay, and shipped it to America.
Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse
Standing at 354 feet above sea level and built-in 1844, Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse was the first lighthouse in the world to be made completely of cast-iron. The 1904 Fresnel optic lens revolved on steel bearings and could be seen by airplanes from over 100 miles away. Until 1964, this lighthouse was operated completely by hand until the entire system was automated to run completely on electricity. The 185-steps and 80 flights of stairs are a popular tourist attraction in the area.
No matter where you visit, International Jet will take you there in complete safety and comfort. You will not have to worry about a thing. Our team will take care of virtually everything for you. All you have to do is pack! Call us today to get on our schedule.