Gaya has both city buses and the buses run by the Bihar State Tourism Development (BSRTC) connecting it with Bodh Gaya. The bus network is well-developed given how many tourists visit the holy city from India and abroad. And the roads are regularly worked on and well maintained.
Travelling within Gaya is easy, thanks to taxis, auto rickshaws, cycle rickshaws and tongas. Taxi services are provided by Ola Cabs and Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation also provides taxis of different sizes, for a fixed rate. Taxis can also be availed from smaller taxi rental services.
Currently, no vehicles are available for rent in Gaya.
Currently, no metros ply in Gaya.
Currently, no local trains ply in Gaya.
Gaya has a lot on offer for nature lovers. One could take a trek through the four caves at Barabar Hill, which dates back to the 3rd Century BC. A trip to Gaya could be a combination of spirituality and nature. Visitors can go for Buddha Heritage Walk, which is a 13 km walk traces the path through which Lord Buddha once strolled.
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