With the many attractions concentrated around Grand Anse, you will likely see a taxi wherever you go. And even though taxis are not necessary when moving around this small area, it can be very useful when you are not sure of directions.
Taxis come in the form of sedans and mini vans, colored and labeled differently for each company, but there is rarely a question about whether or not a vehicle you see driving down the street is a taxi. You should often be able to seek one out on the street and hail one right there, but if you're unable to do so, try calling.
Check out the listing below to find information on local taxi services.
|(473) 435-4792||Grand Anse|
|(473) 443-2304||The vicinity of St. George's|
|(473) 440-0653||Mt. Pannassee - The vicinity of St. George's|
|(473) 439-2233||Spiceland Mall - Grand Anse|
Rates are set in advance, so you'll never have to worry about haggling, but it is still always a good idea to confirm the price with your driver. If you're looking for a local's take on local culture, you can hire your driver for a tour of the area for about $50(USD) for five people for two and a half hours.
This table shows some cab fares for the area.
|Typical Cost (USD)||Location A||Location B|
|$ 9.25 - $ 9.50||Melville Street Cruise Terminal||Grand Anse Beach|
|$ 11.00 - $ 11.25||Melville Street Cruise Terminal||Morne Rouge Beach|
While a bit pricey, the convenience of having someone else do your driving may be worth it; especially in a foreign area like Grand Anse.
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