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King's Wharf Scooter Rental Excursion Reviews

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Scurry around on your own scooter to tour King’s Wharf must-see sights at your own pace.

argunnoe

1 review

Will rent from another vendor when we return. No real issues just low quality and charged more than quoted. Prepaid deposit with quote but was charged $30 more when picking up scooters. DO NOT RENT A SCOOTER IN BERMUDA IF YOU HAVE NOT HAD PLENTY OF PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE. Although there are speed limits and rules of the road NO ONE abides by them including the police. Riders will brush up against you, cut in on you going down the road, cars will cut in on you or cut you short. The roads are narrow and have hills - the scooters are 50 cc and are not very fast nor peppy - a large man will go slow no matter what. Bermuda is absolutely the most beautiful island but overly expensive for no reason. Thanks to obama and the obamanites our dollar is near worthless these days. However, the cost of a bowl of soup will be near $18 USD, beers are close to $10 and are Brit liters - be aware that everyone will charge an auto gratuity so they are pretty free with how much they add and service sucks. The pastry shop near the port is great - a must see. We high recommend renting scooters and using maps to see the good stuff. The excursions are over priced and under quality. Snorkeling is great off any beach-beaches are everywhere. If you don't ride motorcycles don't rent - use the bus or one of the reasonably priced taxis. We visited the highly advertised places but found them crowded and resorted to private, smaller beaches such as Whale beach.


Provider: Independent Operator

sgt. mike

3 reviews

A great way to see the Island. You will get used to driving on the Left after awhile. Great people at Oleanders.

Provider: Independent Operator

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