If you've never thought that riding the bus was a fun experience, you've clearly never ridden a bus in Grand Anse.
The local mini bus service is without a doubt the cheapest form of transportation in Grand Anse, costing just $0.37(USD) to get around the resort town.
These buses are also a unique cultural experience that most agree should not be missed. The buses are colorfully painted, making them easy to spot on the road, and you'll also see the name of the operator along the side, with words like “Hot Boys” and “Upper Level” splashed along the doors.
Buses here don't travel on a set schedule, but they do make stops at specified bus stops throughout the area. Still, if you're walking down the street and need a ride, simply wave down the driver and they'll pick you up.
If there is no one else on the bus, you may even be able to convince the driver to go off course for a little extra money. Because buses are a major form of transportation here, they are often overcrowded and loud, not to mention the fact that driver's are known for blasting music on the speakers.
|Route||Beginning||Stops Along the Route||End|
|Zone 1 to Grand Anse||St. George Bus Terminal||Lagoon Road Bus Stop, Grand Anse Bus Stop, Belmont Bus Stop||Calliste Bus Stop|
Riding the bus in Grand Anse is both fun and saves you money. What more could you ask for in a mode of transport? If you don't want to rent a car and drive yourself around, don't hesitate to make this your transportation option of choice.
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