Explore the Sunshine State on Our Florida Charter Buses
FL Bus Rentals for Beach Lovers, Sports Fans, Golfers & So Much More
Florida is the perfect escape for those seeking sunshine, warm ocean breezes and adventure. The beaches are among the most popular attractions along with championship golf courses, big-league professional sports teams and some of the world's best theme parks, including Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens and SeaWorld.
Yet Florida also offers other delights. Stroll the historic streets of St. Augustine and tour the state capitol in Tallahassee. Explore Miami’s spicy Latin culture. Snorkel in the warm waters off Key Largo or head to Fort Myers for deep sea fishing in the Gulf. Explore the museums around Tampa Bay and the canals running through Fort Lauderdale or shop the outlets along Orlando’s International Drive.
And don’t miss the orange groves, restaurants and Indian casinos with their Las-Vegas-style excitement.
Visit Miami, Orlando, Tampa & Beyond
Booking a cross-country vacation or a school trip? Offering a range of bus rentals, from party buses to 56-passenger coach buses, US Coachways is an ideal choice for groups of all sizes. A Florida bus charter will hit all the points of interest on your trip, stopping throughout the day for meals, shopping and sightseeing. Taking in a Miami Dolphins game or club hopping in South Beach? You can rely on us for a smooth, safe ride.
Our charter bus destinations in Florida include:
- Miami Charter Bus — When not shopping on cheering on the Miami Heat or hitting the beach, peruse famous art collections, stroll through Little Havana or dance the night away in the city’s opulent night clubs. US Coachways will get you to your Miami destination safely.
- Orlando Charter Bus — Home to some of the world’s best theme parks, Orlando has been a must-see stop on many Florida vacations. But beyond Disney World, the quiet natural beauty of the Harry P. Leu Gardens, shopping opportunities for every budget, championship golf courses and enticing dining opportunities make Orlando a popular choice on any Florida bus charter with US Coachways.
- Tampa Charter Bus — Beyond Busch Gardens, the Buccaneers and local beaches, great museums, state parks and championship golf courses make Tampa a great getaway. Travel in luxury with Florida bus rental from US Coachways.
Looking for more places to visit? U.S. Coachways offers charter bus rentals with private drivers and luxury amenities throughout the Sunshine State, including St. Augustine, Tallahassee, the Florida Keys, Fort Lauderdale and Fort Myers. Our professional, experienced staff is available 24/7 by phone or online to help you book a memorable trip.
Everything Looks Sunny on a Florida Bus Rental
Whether you want to visit the Magic Kingdom, tour encyclopedic art collections, pick oranges, windsurf or hike through state parks, Florida offers delights that should appeal to any interest. The list of places to go and things to do long, but below are some of the highlights and a taste of what visitors can expect.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — With flashy casinos and big concert venues, Florida doesn’t lack for entertainment. The nightclubs of Miami are famed as a playground for the rich and famous. But the state is best known for its myriad of theme parks, including Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens and SeaWorld, that offer the epitome of family fun.
- Arts & Cultural — The Sunshine State’s art and culture scene is vast, from the collections at the Perez Art Museum Miami in Miami and the Lightner Museum in St. Augustine to Tampa’s famed performing arts center. Naples’ Artis-Naples complex is home of to the Naples Philharmonic and the Baker Museum. The Orlando Shakespeare Theater is housed in Loch Haven Cultural Park.
- Restaurants & Shopping— There’s great shopping throughout Florida to fit any budget, from the designer boutiques stretching along Miami’s South Beach to Orlando’s giant flea market and outlet stores. As for restaurants, there’s conch fritters and Key Lime pie in Key West, fresh oysters in Apalachicola near Tallahassee and great Cuban Food in Tampa’s Latin District. Or make a reservation at any of the high-profile restaurants featuring celebrity chefs.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues— From a minor league ball park in Clearwater to cheering on the Jacksonville Jaguars from the 50-yard line at EverBank Field or the Miami Heat as they battle their NBA rivals at American Airlines Arena, Florida is a mecca for sports fans. Watch NASCAR racing in Daytona or scrutinize the Yankees and Red Sox in spring training. If golf is your game, Florida is where the PGA makes its headquarters and offers more than 1,200 courses, more than any other state in the country.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks— From the winter estates of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison in Fort Myers to the red-brick lanes of St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, Florida is rich with history. Tales of rumrunners remain alive in Tampa’s Latin Quarter. Ernest Hemmingway made Key West famous. Travelers can visit Spanish missions, see the Gilded Age opulence of Henry Flagler’s estate in Palm Beach and tour Tallahassee’s Calhoun Street Historic District.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities— Florida is a four-season destination for outdoor adventure. The state’s coastline boasts some of the country’s best beaches, where visitors can sunbath (sometimes topless), gather seashells and surf. Explore the Everglades or windsurf at Miami’s Hobie Beach, located just off the Rickenbacker Causeway. Fort Myers is a mecca for deep sea fishing while the Florida Keys are home to sunken wrecks and coral reefs perfect for scuba divers. Forget your worries as you take a ferry to Caladesi Island State Park, one of the state's last undeveloped barrier islands where boaters, birdwatchers and beachcombers can walk the sandy shore then head inland to hike a wooded nature trail.
- Zoos & Aquariums— From the famed Miami Zoo to the Florida Aquarium in Tampa, Florida is home to a wide range of wildlife and marine animal exhibits, including the Big Cat Rescue in Tampa and the city’s Lowry Park Zoo, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, the Naples Zoo, the Miami Seaquarium and the Jacksonville Zoo.
- Other Points of Interest— Tired of golf and beaches? Don’t distress. There’s still plenty of to do and see. Drive the canopy roads around Tallahassee, watch the cigar rollers at work at the El Credito Cigar in Miami’s Little Havana or take a ghost tour in St. Augustine. Tour’s Harry Truman’s winter White House in Key West. Enjoy the tasting rooms at Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards, the largest winery in Florida.
Don’t Wait! Call Now for a Florida Bus Charter Rental
It’s never been easier to book a Florida city bus charter with US Coachways. Our experienced account specialists are available 24/7 to answer your questions or make reservations. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427) and let US Coachways do the work for you.
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