Renting a Charter Bus rental in Orlando can be a daunting task. With nearly 200,000 visitors from all over the world visiting our city every day, the city is bursting at its seams, and transporting people around here can be a challenge. But don’t worry, with more than a decade of operation, we know how to get you in and out on time, minus all the stress.
Whether it be a Corporate Event, Trade Show/Exhibition, Sightseeing Tour, Wedding, Bachelor/ette Party, Shuttle Service, College Sports Travel, Political Campaign, School Field trip, or any other group event, we will provide a first class service, with the best fleet in the industry.
What type of Bus should I book for my event?
This really depends on the size of your group, and your budget. If it’s a smaller group, from 15-37 Passengers, then it’s best for you to book a Minibus. Of course if you’re looking to upgrade the Minibus to something more extravagant such as our Party Bus, with a U-couch, Tables, Bathroom, Hardwood Dance floor and more, we’ve got you covered.
If you have more than 37 passengers, our Motorcoach is the best option, as it can accommodate up to 50 passengers. However you can upgrade to the Deluxe Motorcoach, which comes with a Lavatory, Wi-Fi internet access, Large flat Screen Monitors, State of the art Entertainment center and more, if you’re looking for something more extravagant.
However, the most economic option for a large group are School Buses. While the amenities are limited, it can accommodate up to 48 passengers.
That’s not all, for weddings/bachelor/ette parties, you can always opt for a sleek and stylish Stretch Limousine, with surround system, plasma/LCD TV’s, DVD player, and more.
How much Does it Cost?
It really depends on many factors. As mentioned previously for example, if you choose to upgrade to a bus with more amenities, it will cost more. But primarily a trip around the city is really billed by the hour, unless it’s coming from a longer distance, in which case distance would be factored in as well.
Tips to keep Cost Low
-Book as early as you can. The closer to the trip you book, it will cost you more.
-Avoid April, May, and June, as those are more expensive months ( Graduation, School Trips, Proms, etc.).
-Choose a bus that suits your needs. If you only have 25 people, for example, there’s no need to book a motor coach, you can get a decent size Minibus that will accommodate all your people comfortably.
Make a detailed Itinerary
There’s nothing more important even before shopping for a Bus, than making a detailed plan of your trip. You should include all your pickups and drop offs, stops in between, and all other relevant details that are important to you. This will also help ensure you get the most accurate quote, and keep your costs low as well.