Both of us are quite fond of public transport and for all our trips, we prefer to travel in public transport to the maximum extent possible. It is super fun travelling like locals, hopping on a rickety bus or a swarmed jeep or travelling in a packed general compartment of Indian railways. Here are top reasons why you should consider to travel through public transport when you are out on a trip –
Sharing is real fun
Meet locals and embrace their culture
On your way in public transport, you happen to engage in chitchatting with locals, eat local delicacies, listen their music in bus or taxi and but obvious, you end up making some really good friends, sometimes even invited for tea with their family.
Public Transport lets you explore the unexplored
You never travel in a straight line in public transport but have many diversions and transit points which provides you ample avenues to stop and explore the small wonders on your way. Further, local guidance and recommendations come as a bonus from your co-travelers.
An opportunity to enjoy a variety
We feel that travelling in the same car or SUV could be quite boring compared to a train, a bus, then an auto and even boats at times. In your own car, you get only what you want but when out in public transport, varierty and diversity of local culture comes to you at every stop and with change of every co-passenger.
No need to Pre-Plan: Be a Wanderer
You can be a cool vagabond and super wanderer with the freedom of switching your plans on the spot. You can alter your paths altogether because you have nothing pre -booked and thus no cancellations or rebooking hassles.
Travelling in public transport gives your trip an altogether different flavour. Additionally, you also contribute to environment by not burning more fuel in cars and also remain healthy and active as you walk a good deal to either catch a bus or getting to your destination once you get down. And, of course, public transport is also the cheapest mode, so helps you save your bucks.
So, next time, explore a new way of exploring 🙂