The peoples who played that other big Rock-star games that been popular for the last few years, will recall that there isn’t an easy way to fast travel. Yes, you can call a taxi car and pay the fare with in-game currency, But it never breaks immersion.

This is not the case for Red Dead Redemption 2.

You can absolutely travel to other locations faster than by horseback, and there are multiple ways to do so.

Because it isn’t obvious from the beginning, here’s how you can fast travel in Red Dead Redemption 2

How to fast travel

To fast travel in Red Dead Redemption 2, open your map and look for the location of a Stagecoach. It will have an icon that looks like a signpost. Once you get there head inside and talk to the Station Clerk.

They will have options for you to Send MailReceive MailTrain Tickets, and Pay Bounty. For the purpose of this guide you’re going to want to select Train Tickets.

Next, you’ll get a list of Stations that you’ve unlocked through your travels, each with a price next to it if you want to fast travel there.

The longer the trip, the more expensive it will be, although I haven’t come across any that will break the bank. Even if I do, I could always just rob said bank to get more cash.

The game will then initiate a cinematic that shows a train traveling across the land. Truth told, this isn’t exactly fast, but it does a fine job of saving you a 10-minute trip on horseback and not breaking immersion with the experience. If you have a mission to complete and it’s a long ride, you might consider taking the train and hurrying things along.

Be warned, though; your horse does not travel with you. When you arrive at your new destination, it will be back where you left it. If you fire up a mission, however, it should end up spawning in at the beginning. Otherwise, I guess you’re stealing a horse.

If you want to go for the immersion-breaking method of fast travel, head to the Van der Linde camp and to the back of Dutch’s quarters. There you’ll find a ledger and the option to contribute to the camp. Open the ledger and look under the Lodging section.

Under Next in Line it will say, “Arthur wants a map to help plan journeys.” This upgrade costs $325 but will put a fast-travel map at the back of Arthur’s quarters. You can only travel to previously discovered locations, though.

If you don’t have the money to fast travel, you could always take a long trip by horseback and setup a camp along the way if day turns to night. You should also stop by our Red Dead Redemption 2 walk through and guide for all the help you’ll need getting Arthur Morgan through this adventure in one piece.

Travel Tips
Karachi, A business hub; A City of light is situated in the southern part of Pakistan. Apart from a business center, this city offers a wide range of attractions for visitors from the beaches to British styled buildings. It is also encloses a prosperous in a market that offers a variety of famous items especially on the streets of Sadder and Tariq Road. This city is famous for Pakistani cuisine, not only in the urban areas but also on the highways. Overall, this is a city full of attractions, food hubs, and market places all at one place.

Karachi, which was once the prehistoric humble abode of Sindhi fishermen, is now a roaring urban economy that sustains the country with its large seaports. Always up and running, the streets of Karachi are a cacophony of colorful buses, impatient people and the infectious energy of its daily hustle. But are there any attractions here that will make you forget all the chaos? Yes! And we have gathered 20 of them for you.

Churna Island and water sports

If you love all things sea, then Churna Island, which is only a two-hour drive away from central Karachi, is a must-visit. Here is where you can swim, snorkel and scuba dive around the island’s reef and gaze at a multitude of sea creatures, from fish to snakes and turtles that inhabit its warm waters.


Mohatta Palace

Art, architecture and culture come to play at this 20th-century palace built by a Hindu Prince in 1925. Used today as an art gallery and museum, there are always thought-provoking exhibitions happening at this grand building surrounded by trees and Renaissance-style statues. The Rajasthani-style design of this structure is a sight to behold.


Quaid-e-Azam House Museum

Being the founder of the nation, Quaid-e-Azam’s personal history and life wholly meshed with the history of the country itself. Visit this museum to embark on that quest or to admire the colonial building and the peaceful gardens around it.

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Turtle spotting at Turtle Beach

Turtle spotting at Turtle Beach

Not only are winters a great time to visit Karachi because of its mild cold weather, but also because it’s the time when you can spot turtles at Turtle Beach. This beach is home to green sea turtles that come out to lay their eggs in the sands. It’s also a good picnic spot.

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Frere Hall

Dating back to 1865, the Frere Hall building recalls the time when Pakistan was a part of the Indian British colony. Surrounded by lush green gardens, today, the building serves as a library and an art gallery. Designed by Henry Saint Clair Wilkins, Frere Hall is located in the Saddar district, which is also home to many other picturesque colonial architecture.

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PAF Museum

If you like aircraft and all things aeronautic, then the Pakistan Air Force Museum is a must-visit. It is home to many aircraft, like planes and jets and radars and weaponry that have been used by the Pakistan Air Force throughout the years, especially during the 1965 war with India. Nearby, there are World War 1 and 2 scale models and some modern planes on the display as well. There are also food options in the main park and many places to relax in the gardens.

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Chaukhandi Tombs

History buffs will go gaga upon visiting this ancient graveyard and UNESCO World Heritage Site that houses tombs of the ancestors of a local tribe. The intricate make of these graves is its most attention-grabbing feature with carvings and designs typical of its region, Sindh. The origins of this necropolis are estimated to range between the 15th and 18th century.

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Quaid’s Mausoleum Karachi

The pure white marble facade of the museum is not a sight to miss when in Karachi. The Mausoleum is a resting place for the country’s founder, or in Urdu Quaid, Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Its minimalist dome over a cube design was inspired by the Samanid Mausoleum in Uzbekistan.

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Ruins of Bhambore

The prehistoric city of Bhambore dates back to the 1st century BC and was constructed during the Scytho-Parthian era. Later, from 8th to the 13th century, it was controlled by Muslims before being abandoned to date. The ruins and one of the earliest known mosques in the world, dating back to 727 AD, can still be found here.


National Museum of Pakistan

This museum holds the most diverse range of art, from paintings to relics, sculptures and models that depict all the facets of Pakistani culture. This museum consists of 11 galleries that showcase artifacts from the Indus Valley Civilization up to modern times. It also boasts a large collection of coins and many rare manuscripts of the Quran.


Tooba Masjid

Also known locally as Gol, or round mosque, due to its large domed roof, Tooba Mosque is one of the city’s major attraction. The white marble dome is 236 feet in diameter and is balanced on a low surrounding wall with no centre pillars to support it. The mosque can hold a congregation of up to 5,000 people.

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Empress Market

The Empress Market is a colourful but chaotic market that sells everything and anything. It’s a cool attraction to visit early in the morning to avoid rush hour. All imaginable groceries, live animals and pets, textiles, stationery and many other things can be bought in the foyers and interiors of this colonial-era structure. The building is named after the then Empress of India, Queen Victoria.

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Maritime Museum

This navel museum is among the city’s best attractions as it gives visitors a chance to see a real submarine, along with several aircrafts and different artillery of the yesteryears that were used by the Pakistan Navy. There is also a six-gallery indoor museum that educates visitors through murals, relief sculptures and dioramas.

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Port Grand

Being among the few upscale open-air food establishments by the sea, Port Grand is a great place to try different cuisines that are offered by many of its restaurants and parlours, all the while viewing the sun as it sets into the ocean.


Ibn-e-Qasim Park Karachi

Set on 130 acres of land, this park is the largest in the city and is visited by over 10 million people each year. There is also a turtle pond and a rose garden found within its gates.


Do Darya

Do Darya is a local food lover’s paradise, built right along the seashore. There are numerous restaurants and cafes here to choose from, serving all types of fare.


Arabian Sea Country Club Karachi

For a quick getaway from the city centre, head to this golf course and sports club to try your hand at shooting or give horseback riding a go. Other facilities include cricket, squash, tennis, snooker and swimming.

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Hindu Gymkhana

Other than being a spectacular colonial-era building, the Hindu Gymkhana is a sporty social club. It also hosts NAPA, or the National Academy of Performing Arts, an art school that also showcases plays for wider audiences. Check it out, whether it’s for a cup of tea in a vintage atmosphere or to attend a mesmerizing drama performance.

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Cape Monze Beach

Cape Monze, or Mount, as it’s locally called, is a beach near Karachi surrounded by a hill where people can climb and get a great view of the horizon and the dark blue sea. It’s also home to endangered species like dolphins, whales and turtles.


Defence Authority Marina Club Karachi

There are plenty of not-to-miss activities to engage in at the Defense Authority Marina Club, including sailing, boat riding and dining. The club also has a sweet view of the sea and mangroves with birds like seagulls and herons flying by.

Hotel Definition

A commercial establishment providing lodging, meals, and other guest services.

In general, to be called a hotel, an establishment must have a minimum of six letting bedrooms, at least three of which must have attached private bathroom facilities. Although hotels are classified into ‘Star’ categories (1-Star to 7-Star), there is no standard method of assigning these ratings, and compliance with customary requirements is voluntary. A US hotel with a certain rating, for example, is may look very different from a European or Asian hotel with the same rating, and would provide a different level of amenities, range of facilities, and quality of service.

Whereas hotel chains assure uniform standards throughout, non-chain hotels (even within the same country) may not agree on the same standards. In Germany, for example, only about 30 percent of the hotels choose to comply with the provisions of the rules established by the German Hotels & Restaurants association. Although both WTO and ISO have been trying to persuade hotels to agree on some minimum requirements as world-wide norms, the entire membership of the Paris-based International Hotel & Restaurant (IH&RA) opposes any such move.
According to IH&RA, to harmonize hotel classification based on a single grading (which is uniform across national boundaries) would be an undesirable and impossible task. As a rough guide:

The Official Hotel Guide (published in the US, and followed world wide) has its own classification scheme that ranks hotels in nine categories as (1) Moderate Tourist Class, (2) Tourist Class, (3) Superior Tourist Class, (4) Moderate First Class, (5) Limited Service First Class, (6) First Class, (7) Moderate Deluxe, (8) Deluxe, and (9) Superior Deluxe.