For an opportunity to experience life like a local, plus save some money on transportation costs, you can't beat taking the bus in Dennery.
Buses here are not the large vehicles you're probably used to. Instead, they are privately owned minivans and minibuses that carry under 20 people. You'll recognize them because they have green license plates and an M on the tag.
To ride the bus, you can wait at any designated bus stop or simply flag one down when you spot them on the road. The buses tend to stick to the island's main roads for easier access between the larger towns like Gros Islet and Vieux Fort.
Buses are available in much smaller numbers on Sundays and late in the afternoon, plus, they do not run on a set schedule. If you have somewhere to be at a special time, it is best to hire a taxi.
|Route||Beginning||Stops Along the Route||End|
|Route 2-B||Castries Bus Stops||Grand Ravine Bus Stop, Derniere Riviere Bus Stop, Richfond Bus Stop, La Point Bus Stop, La Ressource Bus Stop, Bexon Bus Stop||Dennery Bus Stop|
|Route 2-H||Castries Bus Stops||Grand Ravine Bus Stop, Derniere Riviere Bus Stop, Richfond Bus Stop, La Point Bus Stop, Dennery Bus Stop, La Ressource Bus Stop, Airport Bus Stop, Desruisseaux Junction Bus Stop, Micoud Bus Stop, Patience Bus Stop, Mon Repos Bus Stop, Praslin Bus Stop, Bexon Bus Stop||Vieux Fort Bus Stop|
Taking the bus in Dennery can be a bit of an adventure, but for most travelers who use this form of transportation it is all a part of the fun.
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