World Map in Bear and Breakfast
Screenshot via Armor Games Studios/Gummy

Bear and Breakfast’s world map is huge! It gets tiresome enough walking between two neighboring locations, let alone all across the map. Once you’ve unlocked enough locations, fast travel in Bear and Breakfast quickly becomes an essential part of the game. If you’re getting tired of spending hours upon hours wandering around the map, you should definitely try unlocking Bear and Breakfast’s fast travel feature. If you’re not sure how to unlock fast travel in this game, look no further! This is a comprehensive guide to Bear and Breakfast’s fast travel feature.

What is Fast Travel?

Fast travel is a popular feature added to most open-world games or games with large world maps. This feature is usually implemented by providing a map with teleportation aspects. For example, if you were looking at a location on your map in Bear and Breakfast and you wanted to teleport to it, you would just click on the location and then hit “Travel”. Doing this would immediately teleport you to that location. This feature is incredibly popular in numerous games; many games wouldn’t be nearly as enjoyable to play without fast travel features.

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How to Fast Travel in Bear and Breakfast

Fast traveling in Bear and Breakfast is a lot easier than you might think. It can get a bit expensive, but fast travel is more than worth the effort and resources! You’ve likely noticed the run-down bus stops littered across the map; you may not have known it, but these bus stops are actually the keys to fast traveling in Bear and Breakfast! To get started on your fast travel journey, you’ll need to go back to the first run-down bus stop in Timber Crossing and fix it up. Repairing the bus stop will cost you some resources, but you should have plenty from foraging around the various locations in this game.

Traveling in Bear and Breakfast
Screenshot via Armor Games Studios/Gummy

You’ll also need to have prepared your first rental property and built the kiosk in Timber Crossing before you’re able to progress any further with fast traveling, but you would have needed to do that anyway, so it’s not too big of a loss. Once the bus stop is repaired, talk to Oliver, the bus driver. Oliver is one of the only human main characters in the game and is located right across the street from Timber Crossing’s bus stop. Oliver will give you a few bus stop signs and inform you that he’ll give you free rides to any location that has a bus stop! Doing this should unlock fast travel for you in the game.

Nearly every new location you unlock should have its own bus stop. The only problem with fast traveling is that each bus stop location will be equally as run-down as the first, and will require a bus stop sign in addition to repairs. You can go back and buy as many bus stop signs from Oliver as you want, but it can get expensive after a while. Bear and Breakfast’s map is bigger than most people realize, however, and fast travel quickly becomes essential the longer you play the game. Although it may be slightly expensive to keep up with fast travel in Bear and Breakfast, it’s still more than worth it! Fast travel saves you so much time and effort, you won’t hesitate to repair every bus stop you see!