Bus or Personal vehicle: what to choose for a Tour?

Going on a road trip is no doubt one of the amazing things but everybody prefers to choose a cost-effective way. There are two options to go on a trip. One is to go with a tour agency and the other is to go in your personal vehicle. Well, from last few years, governments of most of the states are paying attention for promoting tourism and that is why tour agencies are also making their reputation in this field. So, when you decide to go for a trip, pausing for a while and considering both options would help you reach a cost-effective option.

Personal Vehicle proves Costly!

Yes, if you consider facts, you’ll reach to a point that personal vehicle proves costly as every expense will be on you including petrol and maintenance of the vehicle. The prices of petrol are increasing these days and you would ultimately need enough petrol for a long tour. More on, if the car or jeep would need some maintenance, it will also be on you. But when you travel with a tour agency, you welcome the freedom as you won’t have to worry about the expense of petrol or the maintenance of the vehicle.

A bus is a Cost-Effective Option!

You may think that travelling in a bus may prove boring but the fact is not the same. All those who choose to go with a tour agency usually get the chance to save thousands. It can prove really exciting to travel with a group of people who share the same interests whereas you won’t have to spend an extra amount because agencies usually charge a fixed amount. The charges of hotel, petrol, vehicle maintenance, and even of lunch and dinner will be on the agent that means you would be free after paying a fixed amount in advance.

The Fee of Travel Agency is not very high!

The agencies usually divide the total expenditure of travelling and their commission over all the passengers due to which, every tourist has to pay a small percentage only. So if you are thinking that you might have to pay high then it is better for you to search for some reliable tour agencies over the internet and you’ll surely come to know that going with a group will be more cost-effective.


From the above facts, it is clear that travelling with a group of people on a bus would prove a cost-effective option for tourists.

More Alternative News Sources Than You Can Shake A Controller At!

If you’re looking for an information alternative when it comes to the daily news, your options are nearly limitless. Gone are the days of the Newsies and our interest in the daily newspaper. In today’s world, we’re even challenging our trust in the major news networks. Enter: alternative news sources. And- these are everywhere.

Despite the rampant rise of “fake news” flooding the digital highways, a whopping 44% of American’s get their daily news intake from their social media feeds (according to Pew Research 2016). The vast majority of that is focused on Facebook with 67% of American’s hoping on the book of faces everyday.

Facebook is essentially a search engine that can supply any number of news sources that the user subscribes to. So, you can still get your news from traditional media outlets like CNN or MSNBC via Facebook, but there are a whole host of other options. The Huffington Post, Breitbart, Good News, Truth Teller, and Media Survivor are just a few offering different perspectives.

There are a lot of specialized news sources on Facebook as well. If you’re interested in news surrounding mental health, you might follow “The Mighty.” If you’re looking for something that points you towards saving or making money,“The Penny Hoarder Jobs” has mountains and mountains of articles pointing you in the right direction. Want religious news? There are sources for every sect. There are even craft news channels like, “Nifty Outdoors” by Buzzfeed, region specific news sources like “Only in Pittsburgh,” and for the Prepper at heart, “NewsPrepper,” just in case you need to know how to bug out!

So, maybe Facebook land isn’t your thing. Don’t despair! You’ve still got some company with the other 56% of Americans & you can bet that someone is playing to them! NPR, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, and a whole world of podcasters take one side of the fence or the other in a talk showdown. So, spin the dial and see who tickles your fancy.

Maybe you want some laughs to go along with your news. For that, you’re either going to have to stay up late- or grab a playback, because it’s all on late night talk shows. Surprising, but true, in recent years late night talk shows are getting their best ratings out of making jokes about the news. It’s actually been noted that the late night shows are doing a BETTER job of covering the daily news than the traditional news outlets! How’s that for ironic?

So, whether you’re disappearing down the rabbit hole wonderland of Facebook, subscribing to a specialized news source, tuning in for a daily podcast or talk radio show, or getting your late night news giggles, you’ll be duly informed on the day’s happenings.