The coyaba is a 5 min walk to the main road where busses pass. There is no timetable, they go when they want to, so all day every 5 to 20? Mins dropping off to very few later at night. Very few on sundays.
We were on a cruise spending only one day in Grenada however we found the buses a reliable and cheap way to travel. We got the bus from the bus station in St Georges to the roundabout a couple of minutes walk from Grand Anse beach. (I don't know how near Coyaba is to the bus route.) We also went to Grand Etang NP and Annadale Falls using the buses. Each time we asked the driver or fare collector to drop us at the nearest point and we found all to be very helpful and friendly. We noticed when we were returning the buses away from the capital were constantly looking for passengers so each time we hailed the bus they stopped so we never had long to wait, even at Grand Etang which is quite remote.
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