Our 24/7 reservation team and nationwide network of buses have served the Orlando area for many years—which means we know a thing or two about group transportation! Whether you need a full-size charter bus for a long-distance road trip or a quick shuttle to and from the airport, we’d love to provide a custom Orlando bus rental plan that suits your passengers’ needs.
Transporting large groups between theme parks and to and from Orlando is a big job. The 56-passenger full-size charter bus will comfortably seat everyone in your group, and provide additional amenities like onboard WiFi, TVs and DVD players for entertainment, restrooms to eliminate pit stops, and air conditioning for the intense Florida heat!
If you’re traveling with a smaller group or you need help shuttling guests to and from a special event, the minibus is your best bet. This compact model can hold up to about 30 passengers, but you won’t have to skimp on amenities like air conditioning, WiFi, plush seats, and lots of legroom.
Private vacations, family reunions, cruise transfers—there are a lot of reasons private groups love Orlando! Let us take care of the transportation so your travelers can unwind and relax on a personalized charter bus rental.Learn More
There is more to Orlando, Florida than Disney World and Universal Studios—though they are definitely major draws to the city! Whether you’re looking to explore the area’s other attractions on a returning trip or simply want to build out your itinerary, here are some popular Orlando attractions you will want to visit during your next group trip:
Adrenaline junkies, this is your stop! With 110 acres filled to the brim with roller coasters and thrill rides based on your favorite movies (from Harry Potter to Jurassic Park), this theme park is the perfect place to get your blood pumping. Even if you’re here with coast-avoiders and little ones, the park’s unique attractions and special effects are well worth the visit!
Oceanic adventures in a landlocked city? Anything is possible at Discovery Cove! Here, visitors can swim with dolphins, snorkel with tropical fish, explore shipwrecks, and float along a lazy river—all in a controlled, simulated beach setting! Learn about the wildlife and environments of Florida’s oceans and relax in a beachy, tropical atmosphere all in one place.
While it isn't a ride that will have you hanging on for dear life, the tranquil paradise found in When you need to take a break from the hustle and bustle of Orlando living, take a trip to Harry P. Leu Gardens for some peace and quiet. These 50 acres of tranquil landscaping include many lakes, a restored 19th century home, and countless flowering plants to act as the backdrop for your group nature walk in Orlando.
A unique addition to the Orlando landscape, the Holy Land Experience is a Christian-based theme park meant to resemble Jerusalem in the 1st century. Visitors of all ages can enjoy visiting the interactive museum exhibits, live performances, and the largest indoor replica of Jerusalem in the world! Rent a charter bus today to see it all with your youth group or congregation.
Located in the center of Orlando, many say this public park is the heart of the city! Dozens of festivals, farmers’ markets, and celebrations are held in this lakeside greenspace throughout the year. But even if you’re not in town for a major event or holiday, your group can enjoy a calm picnic, stroll around the lake, or a swan boat ride during your Lake Eola visit.
Out-of-towners and locals alike can discover Orlando’s history and culture in this historic establishment! Since 1978, this museum has served as a showcase for antique art, multiple contemporary exhibits, and even live demonstrations. Take a trip to the Rollins College campus and spend a few hours exploring the 5,000 pieces on display.
When it comes to tee time, few Orlando golf courses compare to the setup of Eagle Creek Golf Club. Here, your golfing buddies can explore the 7,198 yards and over 90 bunkers of this expansive course. Be sure to also make a lunch reservation at the club’s on-site restaurant after perfecting your swing—and yes, this club is open to the public!
Since 1997, this local theatre has brought award-winning performances to Orlando’s most-respected stages. This venue sees 10 productions each season—from musicals and local bands to original stage shows and children’s programming. After the show, stick around and explore the surrounding Church Street Marketplace for an evening of shopping and dining!
For a group of movie buffs, this Orlando theme park is a must-see! Universal Studios Florida is packed with movie-themes rides, restaurants, and merch shops, as well as behind-the-scenes tours of your favorite film sets. Check-in at King’s Cross Station, blast through the Hollywood Rip Ride Rocket to your favorite song, and experience a 3-D Transformers ride—all in one park!
If you’re visiting Orlando with a group for the first time, odds are you’re in town to see this world-renowned theme park! From the diverse food stalls at Epcot to the nostalgic rides of the Magic Kingdom, safari rides through the Animal Kingdom to seasonal parades and festivals—there are enough sights and experiences here to fill many days’ worth of itineraries!