St. George’s Transportation Shuttle Service
As the parish is quite spread out and the summers very warm, you may choose to use one of the many shuttle services available. These shuttles are privately run and are not part of the public transportation system, so buses and tokens are not accepted. However, cash & credit cards are accepted. The shuttle seats as many as 18 passengers per van and can deliver you to all the beaches and forts in Hub 1 which includes St. David’s & St. George’s.
Tobacco Bay, Achille’s Bay, Drew’s Bay, Building’s Bay, Clearwater Beach, Copper’s Island Nature Reserve, Turtle Beach
Fort St. Catherine, Gate’s Fort, Alexandria Fort, Sea Venture Monument
All prices are round trip and tickets are sold at the Visitor Information Centre located in King’s Square, St. George. The last shuttle will be at 5pm There will be no shuttles running on Saturdays & Sundays. Buses leave from Town Hall running continuously.
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Public Bus Transportation
The #10 and #11 buses service St. George’s and leave the central bus terminal in the City of Hamilton every 15 minutes throughout the day, and every 30 minutes in the evening, at quarter to and quarter past the hour. Between 10pm and midnight, there is one bus only per hour, at quarter to the hour.
The #1 and #3 buses service the East End as well, leaving the bus terminal at quarter to and quarter past the hour and traveling along the scenic southern shore. At quarter past the hour, the #1 services St. George’s and at quarter to the hour, catch the #3 bus. Other than these times, these buses do not go all the way to St. George’s and end at Grotto Bay Beach Resort.
To access St. David’s, catch the #6 from St. George’s – This bus only runs once an hour. If you are catching a St. George’s bus from Hamilton, inform the bus driver that you wish to visit St. David’s, and they’ll let you know where to disembark to pick up the #6. Please note that at this time there are no public buses that go directly to Clearwater. It is about a 15 minute walk from the nearest bus stop. If you need transportation to go directly to the beach you can use our St. George’s Shuttle service for $9.00 round trip and $5.00 one way.
The Ferry Service is operated by Bermuda’s Department of Marine & Ports under the Ministry of Tourism & Transportation.
On Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays the ferry leaves St. George’s (Orange Route) at 8:15am, 10:30am, 1:00pm, 3:30pm & 5:30pm
On Tuesdays & Fridays it leaves at 8:15am, 10:15am, 12:15pm & 2:15pm
NCL Tenders is a private company in partnership with Norwegian Cruise Line. This service is set to start the 2nd or 3rd week of May.
Motorbikes, Bicycles & Electric Cars
Many visitors to Bermuda rent mopeds (which locals call bikes!) and there are several rental outlets across the island. Once you have your bike, St. George’s is easy to navigate to. If you wish to travel to St. George’s by some other means, then explore the parish via moped. You can rent one at Oleander Cycles in St. George’s.
Bicycles (called push bikes or pedal bikes here) are also available to rent and are a perfect way to see the parish on your own schedule! You can rent a bicycle in St. George’s at We Ride Bermuda, which offers guided tours in addition to rentals.
All rented vehicles must park at Penno’s Wharf which is located at the entrance of the town at Tiger Bay Car Park just past the official ‘Welcome to St. George’s’ sign. Please note there are plans to have charge points installed for 220v for electric rented vehicles. We will update when they’ve been installed.
Taxis are found throughout the island and can be flagged down on the street, ordered by your concierge, and via the dispatching systems. Bermuda Taxi Association Dispatching
1 (441) 296-2121 or 1 (441) 295-4141).