White Roof provides pre-arranged taxi transportation from the airport. Guest will be greeted by a local taxi driver and taken to their destination. Payment is made by the guest directly to the taxi operator.
Bermuda’s public transportation modes include bus, ferry, taxi and mini bus. The most popular are the bus and the ferry services.
The pink and blue buses operate from the Central Bus terminal located in the city of Hamilton. There are eleven bus routes that connect all parishes of Bermuda. There are colored bus poles throughout the island, which indicate bus stops. The blue poles means the bus is travelling out of the City of Hamilton and the pink poles mean the bus is travelling toward the City of Hamilton. The final destination of the bus is displayed in front of the bus. The bus service is efficient, frequent and comfortable. There are two types of bus fares depending on the zones you travel (3 zone fare and 14 zone fare). Bus tokens, Bus tickets or exact change in coins is accepted and can be purchased at the main Bus terminal or the Visitors Information Center in the city of Hamilton.
There are four ferry routes that originate and return to the ferry terminal located in the City of Hamilton. Fast catamarans serve most of ferry routes. The service is efficient, frequent and provides lovely views of the island. It takes approximately 20 minutes on the ferry from the City of Hamilton to Royal Naval Dockyard in Sandy’s parish and 35 minutes to St. George’s parish. Ferry tokens, passes or exact change in coins is accept and can be purchased at the Ferry terminal or Visitors Information Center in the City of Hamilton.
Taxis are also a widely used mode of transport. They provide flexibility, however can be expensive. Airport transfers and local island tours can be arranged and the local taxi drivers are excellent tour guides. Taxis can be found at the airport, on the streets of the City of Hamilton, the town of St. George’s and the Royal Naval Dockyard. You can also call Bermuda Island Taxi on (441) 295-4141.
Minibuses are a convenient way to access several places throughout the island that are not serviced by regular buses. There are several operators that offer minibus service which seat up to 15 persons. They also provide beach shuttles and island tours.
If you are the adventurous type, Bermuda offers others forms of transportation, the most popular being scooter.
Scooters give you flexibility to explore the island at your own pace. The key things to remember are:
Bicycles can be a fantastic way to explore Bermuda. Cycles can be rented in the eastern end of the island the Town of St. George’s and the western end of the island the Royal Naval Dockyard. The railway trails are a perfect for riding as they are free of vehicular traffic. The nature trail provides excellent water views and spans from the east to the west across the island.
A horse drawn carriage ride ideal for a relaxing or romantic tour. Carriages can carry up to four passengers. Rides are provided in at the eastern end of the island in the Town of St. George’s and the western end of the island the Royal Naval Dockyard.
Train Trolley rides provide an opportunity for passengers to experience Bermuda as it was in the 1940's when a train operated throughout the island. What used to be a railway track is now converted into a fabulous walking trail. The Train Trolley ride operates in the eastern end of the island the Town of St. George’s, the central part of the island the City of Hamilton and the western end of the island the Royal Naval Dockyard. The tours accommodate 40 people and last approximately 60 minutes, providing passengers with historical facts.