Planning a group trip in Tampa has never been easier than with Tampa Charter Bus Company. We’ve helped groups travel around the Tampa area in modern minibus and charter bus rentals for a variety of occasions. Need a charter bus rental in Tampa for a beachfront wedding? We’ve got you covered. Or maybe you need a Tampa bus rental for a school trip to Busch Gardens? No sweat! Call 813-381-5064to talk with a Tampa Charter Bus Company rental expert about your upcoming trip! We’ll get you a quick, customized quote for your Tampa bus rental.
Travel to and from Tampa Bay with a full-size charter bus rental that’s tailor-made for your group. On your bus, passengers can recline in plush seats, stretch out with plenty of legroom, store extra carry-ons in overhead racks, and stay entertained with WiFi and TVs with DVD players. A professional bus driver will take you to every stop on your itinerary while you relax and enjoy the ride.
Don’t get stuck with more seats than your group needs. A compact minibus, designed to hold up to 25 passengers, can easily transport smaller groups on one-way trips or provide customized shuttle services throughout the Tampa Bay area. Air conditioning, onboard WiFi, and a professional driver will make your ride smooth and enjoyable.
A corporate shuttle service can make Tampa business events easy for organizers and attendees. Organize a shuttle service in Tampa for conventions, conferences, meetings, or any other type of professional occasion. Tampa Charter Bus Company has your business transportation covered to and from the Tampa International Airport, Tampa Convention Center, and Downtown business offices.Learn More
Treat your students, youth organization, or scout troop to a comfortable and safe ride for their next field trip. Tampa Charter Bus Company will always put safety first, especially with our youngest passengers. Everyone will have a safe charter bus rental to ZooTampa, Busch Gardens, or Big Cat Rescue.Learn More
Whether you’re planning a Tampa group tour, family reunion, or a friend’s weekend trip—let us handle all of your transportation. Booking a Tampa charter bus rental will keep your group together during every step of your journey.Learn More
As the largest city on Florida’s west coast, Tampa has a variety of things to see and do for travelers of all ages. Having a private Tampa charter bus rental is one of the best ways for groups to travel according to their own schedule. You won’t need to wait around on rideshares or organize parking multiple vehicles. With Tampa Charter Bus Company, you can just hop aboard and ride when you’re ready to go!
If you need help building your itinerary, we’ve listed a few of Tampa’s most popular travel destinations below:
Groups of thrill-seekers have to make visiting Busch Gardens Tampa Bay a must. The theme park is famous for its roller coasters and safari-themed rides. If a few people in your group aren’t too keen on 200-foot high roller coasters, they’re sure to enjoy Busch Gardens’ animal habitats with over 200 species like Malayan tigers, reticulated giraffes, African penguins, and spotted hyenas.
The Florida Aquarium is home to more than 7,000 plants and animals from habitats like the Florida wetlands, Madagascar, and the depths of the Pacific Ocean. If you’re traveling with little ones, the aquarium also has a splash pad that’s sure to be refreshing on a hot Florida day. Be sure to pack a swimsuit and water shoes! You can always leave extra clothes and towels on your charter bus rental.
Adventure Island is located right next door to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and is one of the best spots to cool off on a hot summer day. This waterpark has a lazy river for visitors that want to relax, tall water slides for adrenaline seekers, and shallow kid-friendly pools. You can always store extra clothes and coolers filled with snacks onboard your charter bus rental!
Visiting Ybor City is a great option for history lovers and groups looking for fun nightlife spots. This historic district was once a thriving home to a large community of Cuban immigrants that built one of the biggest cigar industries in the nation. Today, the area still has remnants and influences of Cuban and Latin culture like the famous Columbia Restaurant. Ybor City is also bustling with LGBTQ+ nightlife and queer-friendly establishments.
The Henry B. Plant Museum is hosted in the old Tampa Bay Hotel on the University of Tampa’s campus. The Moorish Revival-style building houses exhibits that focus on the Gilded Age in Tampa. Guided group tours of the museum are available for adult groups, seniors, and school field trips. Image Credit.
This local park is a popular space for locals to enjoy the great outdoors. Lettuce Lake is teeming with wildlife like alligators, armadillos, and snakes that you may be able to catch a glimpse of from the park’s observation tower or boardwalks. Lettuce Lake Park is also a prime location for kayaking and canoeing. Image Credit.
Big Cat Rescue is a local nonprofit animal sanctuary that focuses on the rescue and rehabilitation of big cats. Many of the rescue’s furry residents are permanently injured or unable to take care of themselves in the wild. The sanctuary houses lions, tigers, lynxes, bobcats, cougars, caracals, and servals.
This unique theme park is located in Plant City, just a short distance from Tampa. Dinosaur World is an outdoor museum filled with over 150 life-sized dinosaurs placed throughout the park in recreations of their natural habitats. The park also has areas for fossil digging and gem mining to give kids a hands-on paleontological experience. Image Credit.
The historic Tampa Theatre has been a cornerstone of the arts and culture community in the Tampa Bay area since 1926. The theatre was once a movie palace and now hosts film screenings, theatre performances, concerts, and special annual events. Tours of the historic theatre are also offered for groups with advance ticket purchases including a spooky October series of tours that tells stories of the movie palace’s possible hauntings.
Located next door to the Florida Aquarium, the SS American Victory is a museum ship that tells stories of World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. The ship was in service from 1945 to 1969 and is only one of a handful of WWII-era vessels that is considered fully operational.