When you visit Rodney Bay there are several transportation options to consider, and many people will be pleased to discover that taking the bus is one of them.
As you're walking about town, keep an eye out for minivans and minibuses with green license plates that begin with the letter "M" and a yellow sticker on the front detailing the route. Buses run from early in the morning until around 10:00 p.m., except for on Sunday when they can be hard to come by.
Although there are specific bus stops along each route, service is relaxed. There are no scheduled times for the stops, and bus drivers are often willing to pull over and drop you off wherever you need. Buses, though inexpensive, can be unreliable, but they are a great way to experience local culture and have a chat with someone who lives in town as you ride from place to place.
|Route||Beginning||Stops Along the Route||End|
|Route 1-A||Castries Bus Stops||Choc Roundabout, Rodney Bay Bus Stop, Choc Bridge Bus Stop, Beausejor Stadium Bus Stop, Gros Islet Bus Stop||Cas en Bas Bus Stop|
If you don't mind going at a relaxed pace if it means saving a few bucks on transportation, taking the bus in Rodney Bay may just be the perfect option for you.
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