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Getting Around Bermuda by Taxi

Taxis provide reliable transportation for direct point-to-point travel or by-the-hour sightseeing. Raise your hand to hail one and off you go!

Many taxi drivers double as tour guides

Along with getting you to your destination, many taxi drivers are excellent tour guides, eager to share stories behind Bermuda’s landmarks and customs – just ask.

Taxis can usually be found outside larger hotels, near the airport or on the streets of the City of Hamilton, the Town of St. George or the Royal Naval Dockyard. Just raise your hand to hail one.

Bermuda taxis are convenient and clean

Bermuda Taxi Fares

All taxis are metered at government-set rates, and exact change is required unless you have a Transportation Pass (see below). Current taxi fares are as follows, based on travel between 6 am and midnight:

  • For a 1- to 4-passenger taxi: $7.90 USD for the first mile, $2.75 USD for each additional mile
  • For a 5- to 7-passenger taxi: $9.95 USD for the first mile, $3.50 USD for each additional mile

Fares are 25 percent higher for 1- to 4-passenger taxis, and 50 percent higher for 5- to 7-passenger taxis, between midnight and 6 am, all day on Sunday and on public holidays.

The sightseeing rate is $50 USD per hour for a 1- to 4-passenger taxi or $70 USD per hour for a 5- to 7-passenger taxi.