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Vacationers Take the Bus in Bermuda

15 Feb

Vacationers Take the Bus in Bermuda

If you have been fortunate enough to visit Bermuda, you know how integral the bus system is there. It is nothing like the buses in America. You see, families of Bermuda are only allowed one car. So, everyone must share or ride the bus. That is why taking the bus in Bermuda is not uncommon. 

Of course, tourists to Bermuda fly into the island. And getting around in Bermuda can be challenging if you avoid the bus systems. Now, many resorts have shuttle systems to take you where you want to go. But if you're going to travel around from place to place with the locals, the bus is the way to go. 

Take the Bus to Visit Bermuda Like a Local 

No matter where you travel on the beautiful island of Bermuda, the buses can take you there. And you certainly will not be alone. In fact, it is an easy way to get around as the buses run almost all times of the day. They are not only readily available, but they are plentiful. And the buses are hard to miss with pink and blue exteriors. 

There are 11 bus routes and 14 bus zones for visitors to take advantage of. Here are a few things you should know before taking the bus on Bermuda. 

  • You'll need the exact change or a ticket. Tickets are found at most resorts, the post office, and the ferry terminal. And you can even get a transportation pass for one to seven days. 
  • Bus schedules are also found at the ferry terminal and in some hotels. 
  • The locals get to work in the morning and at quitting time. So, you may want to avoid those busiest hours. 
  • The poles with pink seen all over the island are for the buses going into Hamilton. 
  • The blue poles are for the buses going out of Hamilton. 
  • For late-night travel, there are taxis and rideshare programs. 

Finally, for the safety of all, be sure to check out the current COVID-19 protocol. 

Have a Blast and Stay Safe in Bermuda! 



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