Welcome to the Local Bus Routes and Services website

There are many advantages to choosing bus travel over other means of transport. A bus journey can provide you with the chance of meeting pleasant and interesting people. Opportunities to take photos will inspire you again and again. Every bus journey is a chance to step away from your stressed everyday life for a moment, to slow down your pace and take a little rest. And you can experience this at an affordable price, too. Contact our Local Bus Routes and Services experts for more information.

About Us


Here at the Local Bus Routes and Services website we are keen to promote bus travel as being something other than an unwelcome or dreary necessity. Did you know that using the bus can make your traveling experience different and exciting? Your trip will instantly become more interesting, not to mention cheaper. The simplest of trips becomes an amusing tale. Take a bus and go on a fun, well-deserved journey. Bus trips are appropriate for all kinds of people, for excitement seekers, for entertainment lovers or just for free-floating tourists who appreciate a light-hearted adventure. Get in touch with the Local Bus Routes and Services team for more information.

There are many places that you can go to by bus. When you go hiking in the Himalaya region, depending on where you arrive you will travel by coach to your resort. Should you be going to Mera Peak you can take one of the local buses that pass one of the start camps where you can begin your journey.

Please Note

  • This website has nothing to do with the old Bus Route 38 website.
  • For more information regarding Bus Route 38 please contact the webmaster directly.

Sometimes, we do experience more buggies than we can cope with, but there is also ample luggage space for the collapsed buggy to be stowed. The driver does have absolute discretion over the number carried and buggies must not occupy the gangway areas of the bus or in any way hinder the flow of our other customers on or off the bus.

Wheelchair users must be able to "park" in the designated area of the bus, facing in the correct direction - that is with the headrest behind their head. Wheelchairs must be capable of being parked with the brake securely applied at all times when the bus is moving.
Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate powered wheelchairs that are larger than the standard size or whose weight is greater than the Safe Weight Load restriction on the ramp fitted to the bus.