How To Get Here
There are two airports serving Cat Island: Arthur's Town Airport (ATC) and New Bight Airport (TBI). Frequent domestic and international service is available via scheduled and charter airlines. Sea service is provided by mailboats to a number of towns on a weekly (or more frequent) basis.
How To Get Around
The best way to get around Cat Island is to rent a car and go off on your own. Taxi service is also available and you can call for one or pick one up at the airports. Although metered rates vary by island, they are reasonable and are fixed by law. Surcharges often apply for more than two persons and extra luggage. Suggested tip is 15% of fare.
You must be 21 years old and possess a valid driver's license for all rentals. Visitors may use their home driver’s license for up to three months or an international driver's license. But remember, when you take to the road, please keep to the left. Pedestrians should remember to look right then left before crossing streets.