There are several ways to get around in Bermuda:
Walk: Bermuda is a small island with a total land area of just over 20 square miles. This makes it easy to explore on foot.
Bicycle: Renting a bicycle is a popular way to explore the island, as the roads are relatively flat and well-maintained.
Bus: Bermuda has an efficient public bus system that operates throughout the island. You can purchase tickets from the bus driver or at a bus terminal.
Taxi: Taxis are readily available and can be hailed on the street or called in advance.
Ferry: There is a ferry service that operates between the main island of Bermuda and some of the smaller islands, such as Gibbs Hill Lighthouse and St. George’s Island.
Rental car: If you prefer to have your own transportation, you can rent a car on the island. However, keep in mind that traffic can be congested and parking can be limited in some areas.