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MichaeltheMoomin asked 2 months ago

Hello, my wife, 9-month-old son, and I will be traveling to Le Morne in a few weeks. We plan to rely on taxis, buses, and walking as we do not drive. Should we bring a car seat for the short journeys we will be taking? Are bus routes reliable from Le Morne to other areas on the island? Is it worth combining taxi and bus rides to save on costs? Are there local shops or supermarkets in Le Morne where we can easily find nappies and baby food? Lastly, we would love to see giant turtles in the wild - is this feasible with a child, or should we visit a sanctuary or park? Any information or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for reading - we are looking forward to our visit.

specialist_cod_1135 answered 2 months ago

It depends where you’re living actually, if it’s far from le morne it’s going to cost you money and time also

Nillihant answered 2 months ago

I would highly recommend you get a car your stay will be much more pleasant.

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