TheBus in Waikiki is an easy way to get around.

Getting Around Hawaii By Bus

The four major Hawaiian Islands all have their own bus services; schedules and how convenient the bus is for getting around varies by island and your specific needs. Here’s a quick rundown.

A sign reads Thanks for Traveling By Bus in both spanish and english.

Traveling to Oaxaca by Bus

Bus travel rules in Mexico, with hundreds of sleek luxury- and first-class bus lines. Here’s what you need to know when traveling to Oaxaca by bus, including border crossing on foot, getting to major terminals, detailed route instructions and suggested itineraries, a brief overview of bus lines, and helpful vocabulary.

Aerial view of Kahului in Central Maui.

Getting Around Central Maui

Getting around Central Maui is fairly easy, with a reliable bus network and several car rental options. Depending on your budget, you might want to stick to the bus routes for the most part and rent a vehicle only if you plan to venture off the beaten path or your schedule is tight.

Turn down Maluhia Road and drive through the pretty tree tunnel.

Getting Around South Kaua‘i

Getting around south Kaua‘i is fairly easy by car, bus, and taxi. By car is the most convenient, the bus is green and affordable, and all taxis use a same standard rate, but choose the best method for you based on your needs such as budget, destination, and how long you’ll be in Kaua‘i.

Cars travel along a divided road along the coast of the Marmara Sea.

Getting Around Turkey

Getting around Turkey by air, rail, and road all have their own definite pros and cons. Use this guide to choose the best method for every occasion.

Panoramic view of an alpine lake surrounded by mountain peaks.

Getting to Lake O’Hara in Yoho National Park

Nestled in a high bowl of lush alpine meadows, Lake O’Hara is an especially fine hub for day hiking. What makes this destination all the more special is that a quota system limits the number of visitors. If you hope to take the shuttle, here’s what you need to know.

A golden colored iguana moves across a white pebbled beach.

Getting around the Galápagos Islands

Getting around the Galápagos is easier than it used to be. You don’t need to worry if you’ve booked a tour already, but for other travelers, here’s how to get around by air, by boat, by bus, and on foot.