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Cayenne

Getting around

Car & motorcycle

Car

Renting a car can be cheaper than public transport if two or more persons are traveling together and you plan on moving around a lot. Both companies and roads can be dodgy; check the cars thoroughly, and know how to put on a spare tire. Most companies have desks at the airport.

ACL (30-47-56; allocation@wanadoo.fr; 44 Blvd Jubelin)

ADA (16-91-69; www.adaguyane.com; Lot 26ZA Galmot)

Avis (30-25-22; 58 Blvd Jubelin)

Europcar (35-18-27; gtmlocation@europcar.gf; ZI Collery Ouest & airport)

Hertz (29-69-30; www.hertzantilles.com; ZI Collery Ouest & airport)

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Bus & tram

Bus

Local SMTC buses (for schedule 25-49-29) service the region around Cayenne and Montjoly’s beaches (US$1.50). There are limited routes and buses don’t run on Sundays, so you’ll probably need taxis.

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Local transport

Taxi

Taxis have meters and charge a hiring fee of US$1.80 plus 90¢ per kilometer (US$1.30 from 7pm to 6am, Sunday and holidays). There’s a taxi stand on the southeast corner of Place des Palmistes.

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