Take the strain off of driving and worrying about finding a parking space, let us take the wheel! Sit back and relax on the Triangle in the high back seats, connect to the WiFi and keep charged with the USB charging points – ideal for working on your way to work or just browsing the internet.
Where can i travel?
The Triangle offers a direct route between Canterbury, Whitstable & Herne Bay, with buses running up to every 15 minutes (during the daytime).
We offer a range of great value fares including single, return, day and weekly tickets, all available to buy on the bus, on the Stagecoach Bus App, with cash or contactless.
If you want to hop-on and off at different points on the Triangle route during the day or travel elsewhere in Kent and East Sussex, the South East dayrider is the ticket for you!
South East dayrider fares for a day's unlimited travel in Kent and East Sussex are shown below.
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Need longer term tickets? Try our Canterbury, Whistable & Herne Bay 4 week megarider! The ticket costs £75 - that's just £3.75 a day if you use it five days a week or just £2.68 a day if you use it every day!
Don't need the Triangle for commuting? Here are some ideas for days out...
Fancy a day trip to Whitstable?
Indulge in fresh seafood from the local market, visit the working harbour and explore independent shops and galleries.
Fancy a day trip to Canterbury?
With Canterbury being one of Kent’s most popular tourist destinations and UNESCO world heritage site, the ever-popular city has plenty to offer including Canterbury Castle, The Marlow Theatre, Whitefriars Shopping Centre and of course the Cathedral – all of which can be easily accessed from the main bus station. As well as the exciting cultural scene, Canterbury offers a great range of shops, bars and restaurants!
Fancy a day trip to Herne Bay?
With two miles of coastline, a sand and shingle beach, colourful beach huts, seafront gardens, a pier and bandstand, Herne Bay is the epitome of the traditional British seaside resort. There’s a Seaside Museum, Alice and the Hatter Tearooms - kitted out with chequered floors, throne chairs, teacup stools and appearances from the Mad Hatter and Alice herself! Plus just down the road at Herne Common is Wildwood, home to over 200 native animals set in 40 acres of beautiful ancient woodland.