Complete Guide To Bermuda Bus Service


About Bermuda Bus

Bermuda's public buses (known as Bermuda Breeze Bus) are all pink in color. The color is inspired from the pink sands of the beaches that the island boasts of. The bus service provides a convenient, comfortable and efficient mode of public transportation within the island. 
A bus at Hamilton Bus Terminal, Bermuda 
Bermuda Bus 
The bus service network is extensive and you can reach out to almost all corners of the island by bus. All buses are air-conditioned. The bus service is very popular to both locals and visitors. 
Most bus routes operate between Hamilton City Bus Terminal and other destinations in the island such as Royal Naval Dockyard at the west-end and St. George at the east-end. 
During the office hours, the buses can and do get full. This is because, the locals heavily use the buses for commuting. If you have arrived by a cruise ship at Dockyard, you can often find long queues at the bus stop there... many cruise passengers avail the public buses for getting around the island. Ferry Service is also popular. 
You should not try to carry large stuff such as a suitcase or a luggage, golf kit, beach chairs/umbrellas or even a stroller in a bus... that won't be allowed by the driver. Only a small bag that can sit on your lap without taking additional space, can be carried. Unfortunately, other than a few buses, most buses in Bermuda are not wheelchair accessible and do not have ramps. 

Bus Transfers

You may need to change or transfer to another bus in order to reach your final destination. For example, if you are travelling from Royal Naval Dockyard at the west-end to Crystal caves or St. George's Town in the east by bus, you will need to transfer at Hamilton City. Transfers are free as long as you take the immediate next bus in the connecting route. Stop-overs are not allowed in transfers. 
In order to avail free transfers, you should ask for a transfer slip from the driver when you pay the fare. In the connecting bus, you should show the transfer slip to the next driver. This stands as a confirmation that you are making a continuous journey. The transfer slip has a time stamp and destination zone info printed on it. 
If the time expires by the time you take the next bus for transfer, you will need to pay full fare for the second leg of the journey. If you have a pass, then there are no limits to rides anyway. 
NOTE: Free transfers are not applicable from ferry to bus or vice versa. 

Hamilton Bus Terminal

This is the Central Bus Terminal of Bermuda. There is a kiosk here to help out the passengers. You can get tickets, tokens and passes from here. They also provide printed bus schedule and route information. 
Phone: +1 (441) 292 3851 
Open Hours
Monday - Friday: 7:15 AM – 7:00 PM 
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM 
Sunday and Holidays: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM 

Bus Fares

Bus fares in Bermuda can be paid in cash, by using a transport pass, a ticket (which comes in a booklet of 15), or by tokens (that look like circular metallic coins). If your plan is to travel for more than 3 zones (which is often the case), you should buy 14-zone pass, tickets or coins. 
The transportation pass is a convenient and economical option of getting around the island if you plan to use the public buses and/or ferries several times a day. It gives unlimited hop on and off access to both public buses and ferries during its validity period. You can buy a pass for a day, 2 days, 3 days, 7 days, etc. 
However, for only one-time travel between one place to the other, cash or token would be cheaper. You can also buy a pack of 15 tickets which can be used for 15 one way rides. 
There are several places like the Visitors Service Centers, several post offices, bus/ferry terminals etc where you can buy the Passes, Tickets and Tokens. You can not purchase tickets, passes or tokens inside a bus. 
If you are using cash, then tender exact fare, because they won't give you any change back. The US currencies (like Quarters and Dollar bills) as well as Bermuda currency are accepted in the buses. 
Visit Passes, Tickets, Tokens and Fares for complete information including the fares for each type. 

Bermuda Bus Routes

There are 11 bus routes in Bermuda. All buses start from the central bus terminal at Hamilton City, reach out to various destinations within the island and return. The only exception is route #6 which starts from St George's town, caters to St. Davids Island (which is part of St. George's parish) and returns. 
The Hamilton Bus Terminal is located on Washington Street, next to the City Hall and displays the bus schedules and routes on the wall. There is also a Kiosk here where you can get bus related information and also collect a printed bus schedule along with route details. 
Bus#3 operating between Hamilton and St. George 
Photo: Captain-tucker, cc by-sa 3.0 
Check out Bermuda Bus Routes and Destinations to know about all the bus routes in Bermuda, destinations served by each route, time to destinations and more. 

Bus Zones

Bus zones are the different sections in a bus route and approximately 2 miles each. But unfortunately there is no clear guidelines to know about how many bus zones you may need to traverse between your starting point and destination. But at the same time, it is important to know this... after all, the fare depends on the number of bus zones you travel. 
Unless you know how many bus zones you are travelling between two places, you won't know the correct fare to tender. The fare up to 3-zone ride is lower than the fare for more than 3 zones. Note that, more than 3-zone fare is actually known in Bermuda as all-zone fare or 14-zone fare. 
Unfortunately there are so many routes, destinations and zones, tourists often get baffled trying to figure out the number of fare zones between two points. But don't worry, here is a quick simple guide to overcome that problem: Bermuda Bus Zones Demystified

Bus Stops

Bermuda bus stops have poles that are either blue or pink in color. While you might find small concrete hut like structures at some bus stops which are the waiting areas for passengers, but some bus stops in Bermuda may just be a pole on the road jutting out from the ground. So look for the pole rather than the shade of a typical bus stop. 
A Bus Stop on South Road 
Bermuda Bus Stop 
A pole may be pink or blue in color. If the pole is pink, the bus you will get is returning to Hamilton City at the central bus terminal near City Hall. If the pole is blue, the bus is going out of Hamilton to other destinations. 
The buses have the final destination displayed in front of them so that you know where the bus is going. In order to stop a bus, you need to stand by the pole so that the bus driver can clearly see you. 
A Bus Stop in Bermuda with a pink pole 
Bermuda Bus Stop 
When you board a bus, how do you figure out where to get off? Unfortunately the bus stops do not display the bus timings or route maps, nor there is any display inside the bus indicating which bus stop is coming next. The locals know by heart and they have no problems. But for tourists, it can be quite confusing. 
The best way is to ask the driver to let you know when your destination stop arrives and try to take a seat close to him. Most drivers will be glad to call out the stop so that you can get off. However, during busy time and in a crowded bus, he may not always remember. 

Bus Schedule

Unlike ferry, the schedule and frequency of bus service remains same both in summer and winter. This indicates that the bus service is heavily used by the locals and not quite dependent on the tourists. But note that during public holidays and Sundays (and for some routes even on Saturdays), the bus service does get significantly reduced. 
Below is a simplified bus schedule which should work for most. For the detailed bus schedule published by Bermuda Government, visit this Government of Bermuda page

Bus #7: Hamilton - Dockyard

This route goes via the picturesque south shore beaches along South Road (like Horseshoe bay, Church Bay, Warwick Long Bay, Elbow Beach etc.) and Somerset. One-way run time between two ends is about 62 minutes. 
First bus from Hamilton is at 7am on weekdays, at 8am on Saturday and 9:30am on Sunday. The last bus from Hamilton is at 9:15pm on Monday - Saturday, at 4:30pm on Sunday. 
The first bus from Dockyard is at 8:20am on Monday - Saturday, at 10:50am on Sunday. The last bus from Dockyard is at 10:20pm on Monday - Saturday, and at 5:50pm on Sunday. Frequency of service during morning and daytime varies and is every 20 to 30 minutes, and the service reduces towards late evening. 
From Dockyard, Somerset takes about 9 minutes to reach, Horseshoe Bay Beach stop about 37 minutes and nearest bus top for Elbow Beach (in Paget) about 48 minutes. 

Bus #8: Hamilton - Dockyard

This route takes the Middle road and is great for watching the country landscapes and traditional housing architecture. One-way run time between two ends is about 62 minutes.  
First bus from Hamilton is at 6:45am on weekdays, at 7:15am on Saturday and 9:45am on Sunday. 
The last bus from Hamilton is at 10:45pm on all days. First bus from Dockyard is at 6:35am on weekdays, at 7:35am on Saturday and at 9:35am on Sunday. The last bus from Dockyard is at 11:50pm on Monday - Saturday, and at 6:35pm on Sunday. 
Frequency of service in the morning and during the daytime is every 30 minutes, the service reduces towards late evening. 

Bus #1: Hamilton - St. George

From Hamilton, this route goes via Tucker's Point, John Smith's Bay, Crystal Caves, Grotto Bay etc and takes the South Road. Total one-way run time is about 60 minutes. 
First bus from Hamilton is at 9:15am on weekdays, at 8:15am on Saturday and 11:00am on Sunday. The last bus from Hamilton is at 4:15pm on Monday - Saturday, at 5:00pm on Sunday. 
First bus from St George is at 9:52am on weekdays, at 8:52am on Saturday and at 11:00am on Sunday. The last bus from St. George is at 4:52pm on Monday - Saturday, and at 5:00pm on Sunday. 
Frequency of service during morning and daytime is every 1 hour. 
Note that some services of Route #1 from Hamilton operate up to Grotto Bay and the last such service is at 6:15pm on weekdays, 5:45pm on Saturday and 5pm on Sunday. You can get connections from Grotto bay to St. George and also the other way.  

Bus #3: Hamilton - St. George

From Hamilton, this route takes the Middle Road and goes via Devils Hole, Crystal Caves, Grotto Bay etc. One-way run time is about 58 minutes.  
The first bus from Hamilton is at 7:15am on weekdays, at 8:15am on Saturday and 11:30am on Sunday. The last bus from Hamilton is at 6:15pm on Monday to Saturday and at 5:30pm on Sunday. First bus from St George is at 9:12am on Monday - Saturday and at 11:30am on Sunday. 
The last bus from St. George is at 5:12pm on Monday - Saturday, and at 5:30pm on Sunday. Frequency of service during morning and daytime is every 1 hour (from Hamilton the hourly frequency actually starts from 8:45am though). 
Some services of Route #3 from Hamilton operate up to Grotto Bay and the last such service is at 6:15pm Monday to Saturday and 5:30pm on Sunday. You can get connections at Grotto Bay for St. George (as well as the other way). 

Bus #10: Hamilton - St. George

This route takes the north road and goes via Aquarium, Perfumery etc. One-way run time is about 50 minutes (which is shorter than Bus #1 and #3). 
The first bus from Hamilton is at 7:15am on Monday - Saturday and 9:15am on Sunday. The last bus from Hamilton is at 9:15pm on weekdays, at 6:15pm on Saturday and at 5:15pm on Sunday. 
First bus from St George is at 6:15am on weekdays, 7:15am on Saturday and 10:15am on Sunday. The last bus from St. George is at 10:15pm on weekdays, at 6:15pm on Saturday and Sunday. 
Frequency of service is mostly every 1 hour. 

Bus #11: Hamilton - St. George

This route takes the north road as well and goes via Blackwatch Pass, Aquarium, Perfumery etc. One-way run time is about 50 minutes (which is shorter than Bus #1 and #3). 
The first bus from Hamilton is at 6:45am on Monday - Saturday and 7:45am on Sunday. The last bus from Hamilton is at 11:45pm on Monday - Saturday and at 10:45pm on Sunday.  
First bus from St George is at 6:45am on Monday - Saturday and 7:45am on Sunday. The last bus from St. George is at 11:45pm on Monday - Saturday, at 10:45 on Sunday. 
Frequency of service in the morning and day time varies between 15 to 30 minutes. The service gets reduced towards late evening (when you get a bus every one hour). 

Bus#6: St. George - St. David's

This is the only bus route which connects St George's Town with St Davids. The route enters St Davids via Southside Road and exits via St Davids Main Road (some services cater to Clearwater Beach). The total one way run time is 25 minutes. 
The first bus (via Clearwater beach) leaves St George at 9:45am and the last one at 8:45pm (Monday to Saturday). From St Davids, the first bus leaves at 10:10am and last bus at 9:10pm (Monday to Saturday). 
The route does not operate on Sundays. There is a bus every one hour both ways. 

Bus Riding Tips

Here are some tips that you may find useful when using a bus service in Bermuda: 
  • While the bus service in Bermuda is quite frequent during the normal hours of weekdays, the service gets slower (i.e. time gap between two bus services increase) towards late evenings, Sundays and public holidays. 
  • During the rush hours (i.e. essentially the office hours), the buses get quite crowded. So try to avoid using public buses during such hours. The best time to use buses would be between 9:30am to 3pm, and again after 6pm. 
  • Buses are the best places to meet local Bermudians. When you board a bus in Bermuda, it's a general courtesy to greet the bus driver by wishing him 'Good Morning' or 'Good afternoon'. You will see that Bermudians always do so and even to the fellow passengers. 
  • The bus drivers in Bermuda are generally quite friendly. Unless it's a rush hour and the road is full of traffic, a bus driver will usually call out the bus stop if you ask him to do so when you board. 
  • Buses stop only on request or when there is someone waiting at the bus stop. While onboard, in order to stop a bus, you will need to press a buzzer available in the bus. On your request, the driver will be happy to announce your destination stop on arrival. Eating and drinking are not allowed in a bus. 
  • For Lost and Found in Bermuda buses, call 441/292-3851. 
  • Between the Royal Naval Dockyard (cruise port) and Hamilton city, the ferry can be a lot faster than the bus. A direct ferry between Hamilton and dockyard will take about 20 minutes compared to about an hour by a bus. And the ferry service between these two places are also quite frequent. 
  • Bus ride from Dockyard to St. George (west end to east end of the island) takes about two hours with a transfer at Hamilton as there is no direct bus. Whereas a direct ferry from dockyard to St. George takes only 35 minutes. However this ferry service is limited and operates only between April to November. 
  • If you are in Hamilton City and like to visit St. George at the east, bus is a better option. There is no direct ferry between Hamilton City and St. George. You will need to take a ferry to the dockyard and then a connection to St. George. The whole ferry journey will take more than an hour including the wait time at the dockyard. On the other hand, a bus ride from Hamilton to St George takes just about an hour and the service is more frequent. 

    Minibus Services

    While public buses in Bermuda are very popular and efficient, there are several reasons why you may need an alternative minibus or van service, although the rate might be higher. 
    The public bus service won't reach you to every possible place in the island. Or when the buses are crowded (which is often the case in high cruise season), a round trip to the beaches from the dockyard on a minibus could be a great alternative. Also the east-end attractions of St George's are better connected by minibus services. 
    Privately run minibuses are also quite popular for group as well as private island tours. 
    Check out Bermuda Minibus and Van Services for all such options. 
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    Visitors' Reviews and Comments

    Yvonne Tran (September 2019) 
    Hi Raj, My husband and I will travel with a baby. I see they are very strict about luggage on the bus. We'll travel with 2 backpack and a baby stroller. Can we bring the stroller on the bus? 
    Raj ( September 2019 
    Hi, it's unlikely that the bus driver will allow a baby stroller in the bus particularly during busy time. Backpacks are okay as long as they are small and can sit on your lap. 
    Kat (June 2019) 
    Good day. Thank you for your continued support on this forum. I've found answers to many of my questions here. May I bring a duffel bag onto the bus? I could probably fit things into a backpack but Id feel more comfortable with extra room for souvenirs on the way back, etc. It would fit on my lap (I'm a courteous traveler and would make sure I only take one seat - would they be reassured by that?). I certainly don't want to get into a situation where Im haggling with the bus driver while busy locals are waiting. 
    Raj ( June 2019 
    Hi, carrying a small duffel bag in the bus is okay if it can sit on your lap without creating any impediments to others. 
    Vera (May 2019) 
    Hi Raj, Your site is super helpful! Thank you so much! We are arriving by a plane and would like to use public buses for commute instead of a taxi. I know that buses take passengers with small bags only. Can you please advise if a carry on suitcase (23cm x 40cm x 55cm) is considered to be a small bag or it is still too big for public buses? 
    Raj ( May 2019 
    Hi, the general guideline is the bag needs to sit on your lap and should not cause any obstruction to co-passengers. 
    TK (March 2019) 
    We are staying in a rental house near Maximart in Sandys. We'd like to purchase a pass for buses/ferries, but first need to take the bus to a proper vendor. Are we able to use a $5 bill to board the bus for our first ride to get out to the Dockyard area? Or, are bus tickets/passes sold at the Maximart, by chance? 
    Raj ( March 2019 
    You won't get passes or tickets at Maximart. Bus drivers usually accept $5 bills these days. 
    Noel Rubinton (March 2019) 
    My wife and I had a great week in Bermuda. Our bus transportation, including the first day from the airport, was a highlight. Not only did it get us around economically, but it was a great way to see the island and its residents. The drivers were extremely helpful throughout. The only problematic transport experience we had was one weeknight when we waited in Devonshire for a #3 bus that never came--though all schedules said there was a 6pm from St. George. It was a mystery. Thanks for your help. 
    Noel Rubinton (March 2019) 
    If I am going from the Bermuda airport to a West End destination, my understanding is that the fare is $5. But I am seeing a difference of opinion about whether I need to use coins or could pay on the bus with a five dollar bill. Please advise. Thank you. 
    Raj ( March 2019 
    Hi, bus drivers accept $5 bill these days although official mode of payment by cash is coins. Note that airport to west end would require a transfer at Hamilton and you should take a transfer slip from the bus driver so that you do not have to pay for the second time. 
    Alyssaa Delmars (December 2018) 
    Good day: I boarded the #8 bus on Front Street (in front of the gas station) at 16:45pm today. I asked the bus driver if he drives to lower road between Warrick beach and the Fairmont, his reply was yes.  When we arrived to the Fairmont, I realized I was on the wrong street, and I asked for a transfer to go back. He said the transfer wont work and I will have to pay again. He was very rude. I was with my baby, and didn't argue with him, so I exited the bus. 
    After I left, I realized he lied to me, and he rightfully should've given me a transfer of 15 min, so I can catch the next bus back. Your tourism says all Bermudians are friendly, and readily available to help? This is the 2nd time I have witnessed your bus drivers rude to tourists. Your bus drivers are the worst in customer service. I encourage you to track down this bus driver, and teach him customer service skills. 
    Aly B (December 2018) 
    When paying a cash fare on the bus, does it have to be with Bermudian money? Can tickets and tokens be purchased with US$? 
    Raj ( December 2018 
    US currency works everywhere in Bermuda including in Buses and ferries. If you pay cash on the bus, you should tender exact fare in change.  
    Joe (September 2018) 
    Hi Raj, Thank you for all the good information. I am planning to visit Bermuda in a few days. Either in backpack or shoulder bag, we are putting our clothes, some snacks, shoes, snorkeling mask, and items. I heard that bus won't allow large luggage. I was wondering how large or what is size limit of bags in general? Thank you!! 
    Raj ( September 2018 
    The bag should sit on your lap as you take your seat and not touch a fellow passenger. Hope the allowed size is clear :) 
    Michelle (July 2018) 
    Hello, I wonder if you can help me?  We are coming to Bermuda in a couple of weeks and my daughter is bringing her blow up paddle board with her to use at the beach. When deflated and packed it is about the size of a large back pack.  Is she able to take this on a bus when we go to the beach? If no could you suggest what would be the best way to transport this to the beach?  We will be staying near Hamilton. Tanking you in advance. 
    Raj ( June 2018 
    Hi, bus drivers won't usually allow a large backpack on a bus. The best option is to take a taxi (they charge extra for luggage in the boot). 
    Stacey (June 2018) 
    Raj, Your site is so helpful. This is the plan. Dock in Bermuda day 1. First caves. Then lunch at swizzle then horseshoe bay. Second day undetermined. Looking for total hassle-free.  
    1. Good to buy a 2 day unlimited bus pass so we can travel freely? 
    2. What time is the last bus to dockyard? 
    3. Are the passes available for purchase at the dockyard? 
    4. I notice A transfer in busing and it says you must take the next available bus for the transfer to count. Suppose you want to stop for lunch in between? How does that work? Thanks! 
    Raj ( June 2018 
    Hi, with a 2-day pass you can travel freely across the island in public buses and ferries for 2 days. Last bus #7 from Hamilton to dockyard on weekdays and Saturday is at 9:15pm, the last bus #8 from Hamilton is at 10:45pm (but there is no service between 6:15pm and 10:45pm). You can purchase the passes at the Visitors Service Centers at the dockyard. Since you have a pass, there is no need to worry about bus transfers because your bus rides are anyway unlimited. Transfer matters for other modes of payment (tickets, tokens, cash etc)... one needs to collect a transfer slip from the first bus driver and then get into the connecting bus within the stipulated time mentioned in the slip (which is usually 15 minutes)... so a lunch in between wont work. 
    Pat LaSalle (June 2018) 
    Raj, If we purchase the 15 ticket bus package and are traveling from Southampton to St George will it require a second ticket when we transfer at the bus terminal? Thanks, 
    Raj ( June 2018 
    Pat, bus transfers are free. But you should collect the transfer slip from the driver and take the connecting bus within the time mentioned on the slip (usually 15 minutes). Otherwise you need to use a second ticket for the next ride. 
    Deepak (March 2017) 
    We have 2 days on Bermuda with the cruise ship coming April 23rd 2017 ! My wife and I were thinking of buying a book of 15 tickets for $37.50. Is the ticket good for a single journey on bus and ferry irrespective of distance? For example we could take the ferry from Dockyard to Horseshoe bay with one ticket? Thanks. 
    Raj ( March 2017 
    You should buy 14-zone (i.e. all zone) ticket booklet and not 3-zone tickets. Then a ticket can be used for any single journey in bus or ferry irrespective of distance. Bus transfers are free and the same ticket would be valid. 
    Todd (August 2016) 
    Can a walker or wheelchair(both fold-up) be brought onto the Bus ? 
    Raj ( August 2016 
    Anything you bring should either sit on your lap or go under the seat. Otherwise it won't usually be allowed in a bus. 
    Barbara Dougherty (August 2016) 
    We heard good things about the bus system in Bermuda but obviously the system has changed. We waited an hour for a bus going to the beaches as well as back we finally gave up on the bus system and paid additional for a cab. Your bus system is horrific you should have more buses when crew ships are in port. The buses really did negatively impact our day at the beach. We were never told there were children prices as well and paid for nine adults when we should've paid for only six. When we tried to get a refund for the three children tickets we were denied.  I am telling everyone to take the cab system. Stay away from the buses!! 
    Queenae Joell-Stanislaus (June 2016) 
    Reading some of the question from your readers, I came across a few areas, when purchasing tickets or passes if using a credit or debit card one does have to show a photo ID, it is goverment policy. And with the distance between the 14zone ride and 3 zone ride, their is a required space of travel which all drivers are taught in training, so they all know. Just thought i inform you of these things thank you . 
    Kristen (February 2016) 
    Hi Raj, I'm planning on a couples massage at the grotto bay resort in June and would like to know if I will be able to get transportation either by bus or cab when I'm done which would be around 9:45 on a Tuesday night back to Hamilton where our cruise will be docked? Please let me know. Thanks 
    Raj ( February 2016 
    Hi, bus #11 operates till late at night between Hamilton and St. George. There is one leaving St. George at 9:45pm and should be at Grotto Bay Resort in about 20 minutes. You can also ask the resort concierge to arrange a taxi for you. Taxi fares are the same until 12 mid night after which there is a surcharge (25% for smaller ones). 
    Brenda Logan (January 2016) 
    Hi, Raj. I thought I saw somewhere about rules for what you are allowed to wear on the buses, but can't find it! We will be going to Horseshoe Bay Beach for the day, then returning to Royal Dockyard after sunset. Can we wear our swimsuits with appropriate cover ups both ways or should we prepare to change clothes before we return on the bus? Thank You!! 
    Raj ( January 2016 
    Hi, proper cover ups is okay in buses (like a top/t-shirt with shorts) and of course shoes. Men should not be shirtless. 
    Melinda (August 2015) 
    Hi...I'm considering traveling to Bermuda with a small folding bike to explore the island. I've found info on allowance of Small FOLDING bikes on ferries...but was wondering if they would be allowed on the buses in Bermuda. Thanks. 
    Raj ( August 2015 
    Nope. Buses usually do not allow any obstructive items. 
    Shane Childs (August 2015) 
    Hello, I will shortly be visiting Bermuda and was thinking of a weekly pus pass to travel. Do I need a photo or passport or any ID please, Regards. 
    Raj ( August 2015 
    No photos or IDs required to buy passes. 
    Gina Cincotta (August 2015) 
    Hi, Could you please tell me if we can carry a beach umbrella on the bus from Kings Wharf to Horseshoe Bay Beach? Thank you. 
    Raj ( August 2015 
    If it is foldable and unobtrusive, you can. 
    Martha Javinsky (September 2014) 
    Hi. We are going to be in Burmuda on November 11 and 12 2014 with a cruise. I see that Monday November 11 is a holiday and I am trying to find out the bus schedules for that day. We would like to go from the Dockyards (Port) to St. George. I know the ferry will not be running at that time but the buses will. Is there any way I can find out the schedule for that day? Thanks 
    Raj ( September 2014 
    Hi, buses have similar schedules (for most routes) on Sundays and Public Holidays. So go to the Bus Schedule link I have provided, go to a route and look under Sundays and Holidays. 
    Mattie (March 2014) 
    From Kings Wharfs will I be able to travel by bus to Hamilton, and see most of Bermuda, if so what is the fee for bus travel? What buses would one take to get an overview of the islands. Does a bus leave from the Wharf? 
    Raj ( March 2014 
    Hi, There are two bus routes from the dockyard to Hamilton - bus #7 and 8. The bus stop is close to Kings Wharf pier (3-4 minutes walk). Take bus #7 goes past Sandys parish (where you will go over the smallest drawbridge in the world called Somerset Bridge and see Ely's Harbor), then by the beautiful south shore beaches on Southampton and Warwick parishes. From Hamilton you should take another bus (#10, or 11) for St George which is the historic town and the former capital of Bermuda. You will see the north shore as you go towards St George. After seeing the attractions in St George, take a ferry back to Dockyard (note the timings of the Orange route ferry ... only few services). You can then get some flavor of Bermuda. 
    Bus fare is $4.50 if you pay exact fare in cash (only change), $4.0 if you buy tokens from Visitors Information Centers at the dockyard. Transfers in buses are free. Tokens can also be used in Ferries. You can alternatively buy a day pass which can be used both in bus and ferry. 
    Terry Collier (September 2013) 
    Hi, I am visiting late September and would like to know the time of the last bus to leave Hamilton bus station going to Kings Wharf at the Naval dockyard on Wednesday 26/09/2013. Thanking you in advance 
    Raj (, September 2013) 
    Hi, Last bus from Hamilton to dockyard is at 10:45pm (route #8) all days of the week. The previous one is at 9:15pm (route #7) all days except Sunday. Average run time 62 minutes. 
    Robert Meininger (July 2013) 
    Hi - When we leave St George to take a bus to Hamilton - do we catch the #10 or #11 bus? Or, are they the same - which bus takes us closest to the town? Then, when we leave Hamilton to head back to the Dockyards, is it easier/faster to take the ferry of a bus? Many thanks! 
    Raj (, July 2013) 
    Hi, All buses (except bus #6 from St. George) finally terminate at the central bus terminal at Hamilton located near City Hall. From St. George, bus #10 and 11 will reach Hamilton faster compared to #1 an 3. But you can take any of them to reach Hamilton City although they follow different routes. 
    From Hamilton, take the ferry (Blue Route) from the Ferry terminal on Front Street. It's a direct ferry to the dockyard and takes only 20 minutes compared to a bus which takes about an hour. Regards, 
    Ben (June 2013) 
    We will be visiting your beautiful island in July. This is my question. What time is the last bus out of Hamilton going to St. George's via Middle Road. Thanks 
    Raj (, June 2013) 
    Hi, Bus #3 takes the middle road and goes out of Hamilton via Devils Hole, Crystal Caves, Grotto Bay etc to St George (there are some services which go only up to Grotto Bay). On a week day, the last service to St George is at 4:45pm, on Saturdays at 6:15pm and on Sundays at 5:30pm. Regards, 
    Sylvia Gordon (June 2013) 
    Where does the 6 bus start in St. George, going to Turtle Beach? Is it near where the ferry comes in? Is Turtle Beach on the same stretch of beach as Clearwater? I love Turtle Beach, an escape from the cruise passengers! 
    Raj (, June 2013) 
    Hi, The main bus terminal of St. George is at the western end of Duke of York Street and just north of Somer's Wharf. While it is not next to the Ferry Stop, it is within walking distance. Bus #6 starts from here. Turtle Bay Beach is adjacent to Clearwater beach in St. Davids. But note that all services of bus #6 will not go up to Clearwater beach (some will). Ask the driver. Regards, 
    Kelly (February 2013) 
    I am visiting again but this time I will have two small children with me and will need a double stroller for our day trips. How easy is it to travel the island on bus with a double stroller? we are worried about not being able to bring it and having to carry two small children for most of the day. Thanks 
    Raj (, February 2013) 
    Please note that strollers, suitcases, golf clubs or any kind of heavy luggage are not permitted in Bermuda buses. Regards, 
    As a first time visitor to your beautiful island I suggest that you post route numbers and timetables at all your bus shelters. Then visitors can feel confident in using the service. This will also take congestion off the roads as more people that take the bus the better for everyone. Back in the UK, timetables and routes are displayed at all stops and you can also get text messages sent telling you when the next bus is due and if it is going to be late! Best wishes to the bus service! 
    Leander Collier 
    There are no zone marking that one can verify how many zones they have traveled.  Most bus drivers really don't know. This is confusing not only to Bermudians, it is EXTREMELY confusing to the visitors. 
    Robin  MacPherson 
    I love the buses, but we used to be able to get them at the airport. That was a huge convenience. Now if we arrive on a weekend there is no place to get the passes. Please make them available for the tourists when they arrive at the airport.  
    Thank you. (Oct 18, 2011)