If you are not familiar with the island, it is advisable to get a map of the island. One can get around by using the public transportation system, or renting a private vehicle.
There are a number of vehicle car rental agencies that offer a wide selection of vehicles for rental at reasonable prices.
A local driverís licence is necessary if you plan to drive in Montserrat. You can apply for one at your port of entry or at the Police Headquarters at Brades. The cost is EC$50 and you will need to produce a valid driverís license from your country of origin.
Exploring Montserrat on a bicycle is a good adventure. This is a great way to enjoy the local villages and sceneries.
To travel via public transportation, there is a choice of taxis, or minibuses. You can hail a taxi or minibus as it passes, as there is no set schedule or officially-designated stops. These vehicles usually stick to the main road and are largely a day-time service with limited trips in the evening.