Hit a Hole in One with a Palm Springs Bus Charters
Bus Rentals for Golfer Lovers, Shoppers & Outdoor Enthusiasts
Tourists come for the warm, dry air and, of course, the golf. Palm Springs and the surrounding region boast dozens of public and private golf courses, among them some of the best in the state. Beyond the fairways and sand traps, there’s plenty more to do and see from high end boutiques and outlet stores to outdoor adventures in the desert. Visitors can peruse art galleries and museums, ride a hot air balloon over Joshua Tree, enjoy music festivals and wow the kids with a trip to the zoo or water park.
If you prefer rest and relaxation, you can simply chill out by the swimming pool.
Whether it’s a golf getaway with friends or a corporate event, US Coachways offers city bus charters to locations throughout California, including San Francisco, San Diego and Los Angeles. Affordable rates, a reputation for reliability, superlative customer service and an extensive fleet of vehicles makes us the ideal choice for community organizations, school trips and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties and birthdays. We have buses and coaches of all sizes -- from mini buses and party buses to 56-seat charter buses and sleeper coaches – with luxury amenities. Our accounts specialists are available 24/7 to help with your reservation. Give is us a destination and then sit back and enjoy the ride.
There’s More to Palm Springs than Teeing Off
From amazing art and culture to incredible outdoor pursuits, you'll find plenty of things to do and points of interest to explore during a visit to Palm Springs. Below are some options to consider including on your Palm Springs bus trip.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Visitors don’t come to Palm Springs hoping to find big theme parks. But there are water parks to wow the kids and adults can try their luck at any number of Indian casinos in the area. Looking for something different? The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies features the music and dance of the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s with a cast old enough to have lived it.
- Arts & Cultural — With kidney-shape swimming pools and Jetson-style homes, Palm Springs swings with a mid-century modern style. To see the best, and most famous of these landmarks, grab a map at the Palm Springs Visitors Center and set off on your own self-guided tour. Done with that? The Palm Springs Art Museum features works by Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol and Ansel Adams, all donated by or on loan from affluent area residents.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Bring an extra suitcase for all the great finds. Huge bargains are to be had at outlet stores in an around Palm Springs. Palm Canyon Drive boasts shops, galleries and restaurants as well as weekly street fairs. In nearby Palm Desert, the town’s mile-long shopping district has been dubbed “the Rodeo Drive of the Desert.”
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Once called the Bob Hope Classic, the Humana Challenge is the famed celebrity golf tournament that brings the rich and famous to town every year. But don’t just watch. Resting amid mountain backdrops and spare desert beauty, Palms Springs and the surrounding area boasts 125 public and private golf courses, some designed by the best course architects.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — Long ago, Palm Springs was famed for its celebrity homes. The so-called Movie Colony neighborhood was where Cary Grant, Dinah Shore and Marilyn Monroe owned homes. If you really want to turn back time, head outside the city to visit ghost towns. Don’t miss Scotty’s Castle, the historic home built in the middle of Death Valley.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Palm Springs marks the start of the Mojave Desert, which itself contains several national parks, and more natural beauty than anyone can see in one visit. Granted, Death Valley and the San Andreas Fault don’t summon to mind postcard pretty pictures. But at three million acres, the Death Valley National Park is the biggest national park in the lower 48 states with sinuous slot canyons, palm-shaded oases, extinct volcanic craters and velvet smooth sand dunes. Joshua Tree has dramatic granite spires and those weird trees. If its mountains you crave, ride the Palms Springs Ariel Tramway into the San Jacinto Mountains for camping, hiking and other pursuits.
- Zoos & Aquariums —The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens focuses on plants and animals found throughout the deserts of the world. The 120-acre park features Arabian wildcats, golden eagles and desert iguanas, and includes botanical gardens featuring beautiful cactus and yucca collections, a natural history museum, wilderness park and nature preserve.
- Other Points of Interest — The Furnace Creek Inn is an elegant old hotel, shimmering with the glamour of Old Hollywood sitting in the middle of Death Valley. View one of the nation’s largest collections of World War II flying aircraft at the Palm Springs Air Museum. Originally dubbed "the house of tomorrow,” the Alexander Estate is famed now as the house where Elvis and Priscilla Presley spent their honeymoon.
Palm Springs Awaits! Book Your Bus Charter Rental Today
Looking to travel in comfort, luxury even? Nothing beats US Coachways. Whether you need a party bus for a bachelor party or a large charter bus to ferry conventioneers or wedding guests to golf courses and fun locations throughout Palm Springs, our professional account specialist can handle your needs. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).