To protect the natural integrity of the land, the unnecessary use of motorized transportation is discouraged on Inagua. While there are rentals available, they are minimal, so if you plan to drive around for a day or more exploring the sites, make to reserve your rental as far in advance as possible.
If you're staying in Matthew Town, which is where most tourists do end up staying, you'll be able to get around easily on foot. This is also the best place to procure a rental car. Jeeps are available in small numbers as they are only intended to be used for a day or so, allowing tourists to get in a good tour of the natural sites that draw them to the island. More often, tourists will rent a golf cart for their every day use. Golf carts can seat either two or four passengers and are relatively easy to drive.
If you want to rent a golf cart you'll need to be over 18, but to rent a Jeep you'll have to be over 21; both require a valid driver's license from your home country unless you'll be staying for longer than three months. In that case, you'll need to apply for an International Driver's License.
Take a look at the following chart for a few rental centers serving Inagua.
|(242) 339-1375||Matthew Town|
|(242) 339-1677||Matthew Town|
Overall, you'll find most of your Inagua getaway can be managed without the use of a rental, but for those times when you do want four wheels, you'll be happy they are available. As long as you reserve your rental in advance, you should have no trouble being able to get behind the wheel during your stay.
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