Four Awesome Trips In A Charter Bus

Renting a charter bus might be the beginning of an unforgettable vacation. Here are four destinations that are ideally suited to a charter bus. 

1. Drive Highway One 

The Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most well known stretches of road for a good reason. Highway One stretches from San Francisco to Los Angeles and is full of beautiful scenery and picturesque pullouts. This highway cozies up to the coast, making the views breathtaking. You might even catch a glimpse of whales breaching or dolphins jumping as you drive. This trip is a great choice for a charter bus because in a bus you can all enjoy the scenery, and you have flexibility you wouldn't in a traditional bus tour. That flexibility is great for stopping off at quaint towns like Huntington Beach, where you can hit the water, or Monterey, where you can check out the renowned aquarium. 

2. Visit the Big Apple 

New York City is the city that never sleeps, full of cars, people, restaurants, entertainment, and the best of the arts. An iconic American city that everyone should experience at least once in their life, New York can be intimidating to a first time visitor. Between all the traffic and the shortage of parking, you might be overwhelmed, which makes this a perfect trip with a bus charter. On a charter bus you can make the trip virtually stress free. Your driver will worry about the parking and traffic, and you can focus on taking in the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city. 

3. Meander up Maine

The east-coast has its own version of Highway One that is just as beautiful and iconic; this picturesque highway is called Route 1. Route 1 runs along the coast of Maine and takes you through the beautiful New England towns that dot it. On a charter bus, you can plans stops at Georgetown (known for its delicious lobster) and Cape Elizabeth (known for its gorgeous ocean views). Just like Highway One, Route 1 is a perfect road trip in a charter bus since all the members of your group can enjoy the scenery as you drive along instead of watching the road. 

4. New Orleans  

New Orleans is alive with a rich culture and deep traditions. Known for its music, art, and food, New Orleans is a vibrant and dynamic city with history that almost breathes. You don't want to miss an opportunity to visit this resilient city. A trip here on a charter bus ensures that you won't get lost on the winding streets. Take a breather and relax in the famous French Quarter. Plan a day trip to one of the numerous surrounding historical landmarks, and enjoy the ride from the comfort of a charter bus. 

If you're interested in using a bus charter for your vacation transportation, talk to bus rental services around your vacation destination.