Explore The Grand Canyon State on an Arizona Bus Charter
Rent a Bus to Immerse Yourself in AZ History, Golf at First-Rate Courses & Enjoy a Vibrant Art Scene
The majestic Grand Canyon National Park and many other natural splendors, scenic vistas and outdoor adventures await you in Arizona. You’ll find rich, ancient history in Tucson’s renowned landmarks and famed museums, and Sedona’s vibrant art scene is sure to seduce. You’re sure to enjoy Phoenix’s superb golf courses, exciting nightlife and shopping. And you’ll be able to walk across the London Bridge and experience invigorating water sports in Lake Havasu City. Clearly, there’s plenty to explore in the Grand Canyon State.
Visit Phoenix, Tucson, Lake Havasu City & Beyond
From party buses to a 56-seat luxury coach bus, US Coachways can accommodate groups of all sizes. If you’re booking a cross-country trip, our Arizona charter buses will hit the best points of interest. Organizing your best friend’s bachelor party or a weekend getaway? US Coachways guarantees a smooth, safe ride and at great bus rental prices. Our charter bus destinations in Arizona include:
- Phoenix Bus Charter — When not enjoying its championship golf courses and natural wonders, experience its big-league sports events and respected museums. US Coachways will get you to your Phoenix destination safely.
- Tucson Bus Charter —From its stunning natural parks to its exciting arts scene, Tucson is the place to go for an authentic Southwestern experience. Choose US Coachways to get you to your Tucson destination.
- Lake Havasu City Bus Charter — Known as “Arizona’s Playground” for its exciting water sports, not to be missed is Lake Havasu City’s London Bridge. Travel in style to your Lake Havasu City destination with US Coachways.
There’s much more to Arizona than Phoenix, Tucson and Lake Havasu City US Coachways offers bus charter rentals with private drivers and luxury amenities throughout the state, including Flagstaff and Sedona. Superb customer service and affordable bus rental rates make bus charters an ideal choice for church groups, community organizations, school trips and special celebrations such as bachelor parties, birthdays, anniversaries and wedding festivities. You can rely on our professional staff, available 24/7 to make your trip memorable.
Plenty to See and Do in Arizona
Get lost in the indescribable beauty of the Grand Canyon near Flagstaff, go back in time to an ancient Spanish pueblo at the Presidio San Agustín del Tucson, walk across London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, get mesmerized by the beauty of the art scene in Sedona, feel your heart pumping at the big-time sports events and world-class golf courses in Phoenix. Below are some of the fun and interesting things to do on your visit to Arizona:
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — For an exciting Old West experience, visit the Blazin’ M Ranch in Cottonwood. For concerts, rodeos and other outdoor events surrounded by beautiful mountain views, go to Lake Havasu City’s SARA Park. You can try your luck Vegas style in Flagstaff’s Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort or golf at the world-class Bellair Golf Club in Phoenix. Or just have some good old-fashioned fun at Tucson’s Funtastiks Family Fun Park or the Wet'n'Wild Phoenix Water Park.
- Arts & Cultural — Immerse yourself in Arizona’s renowned architecture, museums and art scenes: Flagstaff’s Museum of Northern Arizona, with more than five million Native American artifacts; the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, the only one in the world devoted to musical instruments; and Sedona’s celebrated arts community. For inspired musical performances, visit the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.
- Restaurants & Shopping —For authentic Native American jewelry, visit the Heard Museum Gift Shop in Phoenix. Also in Phoenix, treat yourself to fine dining, shopping and a vibrant nightlife in the CItyScape district. In Sedona’s Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, modeled after the Mexican town of Guadalajara, you’ll find more than 40 art galleries and restaurants. In Flagstaff, the 1890s Historic Downtown Flagstaff and Southside District feature boutiques, unique bookstores and art galleries as well as excellent restaurants and microbreweries. And Tucson’s historic Fourth Avenue Shopping District is the source for unusual, artistic gifts.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues —Among Arizona’s more than 300 breathtaking golf courses is the top-rated Sedona Golf Resort, the beautiful Refuge Golf & Country Club in Lake Havasu City, the Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Marana, (home to the World Golf Championships Accenture Match Play tournament) and the 500 Club, designed by Brian Whitcomb, in Phoenix. Also in Phoenix, enjoy a multitude of live big-league sports games by the Phoenix Suns, the Phoenix Mercury, the Phoenix Roadrunners and the Arizona Rattlers and Arizona Diamondbacks.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — The breathtaking Grand Canyon National Park is an obvious starting point during a visit to Flagstaff. In Phoenix, the State Capitol has fascinating exhibits and tours, while Sedona’s Palatki Heritage site transports you to ancient times with its cliff dwellings and rock art. With more than 700 of its buildings in the National Register of Historic Places, Prescott is fascinating for lovers of architecture and history. And the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City is also a popular destination. History and architecture buffs should not miss the Mission San Xavier del Back Museum in Tucson. And Biosphere 2! in Oracle is an absolute must-see for science enthusiasts.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Lost Dutchman State Park in the striking Sonoran Desert near Phoenix has beautiful nature trails and picnic areas. For a natural water park, be sure to visit Sedona’s Slide Rock State Park, where you can slide down a slick natural water chute. And have a Wild West experience at the M Diamond Ranch LLC in Verde. The Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course is sure to give you an adrenaline rush when suspended between Ponderosa pine trees at 15 to 60 feet above the ground. Or you can catch your breath at Tucson’s beautiful Tohono Chul Botanical Gardens.
- Zoos & Aquariums — You’ll “hit two birds with one stone” at the Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium outside of Phoenix. Or go on an African photo safari near Sedona at the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. And the unique Reid Park takes you from the mountains of South America through Asian rainforests to the African savanna without ever setting a foot outside of Tucson.
- Other Points of Interest — Be sure to visit Taliesin West, renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s sprawling winter home at the foot of the McDowell Mountains in Scottsdale. For a different kind of experience, go to the Center for the New Age in Sedona, considered by many the capital of the New Age movement. There you’ll find psychic readings, astrology and spiritual retreats. Or walk the streets where Doc Holiday and Wyatt Earp once roamed in Tombstone, and drive down iconic Route 66 in Flagstaff. Foodies will want to visit the Flagstaff Olive Oil Company for delicious tastings of olive oils and balsamic vinegars from around the world.
Why wait? Rent a Bus and Explore Arizona Today
It only takes a phone call to reserve your city bus charter with US Coachways. Our skilled account specialists are always available to answer your inquiries or book your charter. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427). Tell us where you want to go, when you want to arrive and how you want to get there, and let us do the driving.
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