The LRE bus (Directions: Lere Bus) leaves Storelv Sosua Station every half hour and ends at Lotre Kai, the LRE’s southern terminus. The LRE is a low cost public transport service that covers several major tourist attractions and towns. The most popular stops are listed below.
Lirene, the Lirene is a bus service based in the coastal town of Lirene. It connects with buses that go to other Lirene tourist destinations.
Lebebo is an all-weather bus service that travels around the coast of the Dominican Republic. This bus travels from its main terminal to its neighboring towns, such as Lirene and Vela.
La Reunion is a non-residents’ bus that takes passengers to the main tourist attractions in the Dominican Republic. It also stops at other smaller tourist sites throughout the region, such as Cayo Coco and Cayo Caye. It stops at all tourist destinations in Vela and Viera.
Vela Larene operates a small fleet of cars with driver on duty throughout the day. The car departs every half hour from Lotre’s main terminal and stops at many tourist destinations in Vela and Lirene. The Vela Larene runs until 8pm.
Serese is a privately run bus service that operates throughout the island of the Dominican Republic. It stops at many tourist locations throughout the island, including Vela and Cayo Coco.4} Vela Larene is a private car service that operates in a large part of the Vela Island. It has a large fleet of cars with driver on duty throughout the day. The car departs at various locations throughout the island, including Lirene. The Vela Larene stops at a number of tourist spots.
Lebanon is a privately owned car service that operates throughout the entire province of the Dominican Republic. The car travels through the province’s capital and to its various tourist destinations, including Cayo Coco and Lirene. Lebanon runs all day, including the Cayo Coco and Lirene.
Tourist buses operate between Santo Domingo and Vila. It has a short distance journey between Santo Domingo and Cayo Coco. The route goes over a bridge that spans the Caribbean Sea, crossing over the Santo Domingo River to Santo Domingo and then on to Cayo Caye. The Tourist bus stops at the Litoral Church, and the Plaza of Liberty.
Santo Domingo is a small island located in the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic. It has only two lanes for traffic, and it has a number of tourist attractions that travelers can see on the islands.