Though you can walk to many parts of Green Turtle Cay, the most common mode of transportation is by water. Some accommodations provide water transport to town or to weekly hotel parties. Many vacationers rent boats, but if you'd rather not, you have other choices for getting around. Most of the island is accessible on foot, and the virtually car-free streets of New Plymouth, the quiet 18th-century village by the sea, are prime walking territory. On Green Turtle Cay, golf carts stand in for rental cars. D & P Rentals, at Green Turtle Club (tel. 242/365-4655), rents theirs for $45 for 8 hours or $55 for 24 hours. You can also get all over the island by bicycle, and pedaling is especially scenic in historic New Plymouth.
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