California Charter Bus Rentals

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Home to nine national parks, over 800 miles of shoreline, and world-class cities like Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and more, California is one of the most popular states to visit. The Golden State boasts some of the best weather in the world, making it a year-round destination for visitors from all over the country and abroad. Countless unmissably iconic landmarks abound including the Golden Gate Bridge, the Hollywood Sign, Yosemite Falls, Griffith Observatory, Santa Monica Pier, and many many more. Locals and visitors alike will find no shortage of museums, zoos, theme parks, conference halls, hiking trails, filming locations, restaurants, or other attractions and amenities. Whether you’re planning a trip across the state or taking your group around to see the local sites, BusBank is the premier charter bus company in California and your solution to a comfortable, safe, and affordable charter bus experience. 

Whether you’re looking to shuttle your group to the South San Francisco Conference Centre, planning to tour Sequoia National Park, gearing up to drink in wine country, or just headed to Disneyland, BusBank’s diverse fleet of vehicles and customizable packages means your trip can go exactly how you envisioned it. From the school bus to the party bus, from the shuttle to the full-sized motorcoach, we’re here to meet all of your travel needs and exceed all of your expectations. 

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Why Rent with BusBank?

  • We are the premier charter bus company in California and offer a variety of vehicles to service your trip.
  • All operators are insured and own their vehicles; we’ll make sure you’re safe and covered.
  • We have years of logistics management experience.
  • We know how to get our vehicles in and out of all the top cities and destinations throughout California.
  • We are certified by the California Public Utilities Commission

Where to Visit in California: Planning the Best Charter Bus Trip in California

With 300+ days of beautiful weather a year, entertainment for all ages and interests, beautiful beaches, natural wonders, and home to countless world-famous locations, it’s no surprise that California has emerged as one of the top travel destinations in the world. Whether you’re looking to soar down the rails on a roller coaster, sample the offerings from some of Napa Valley’s more than 400 wineries, study Van Gogh’s brushwork up close, or simply take in all of the natural beauty the state has to offer, California’s range and depth of offerings mean you don’t have to compromise when it comes to planning your perfect bus tour. 

 

Los Angeles

From world-famous restaurants to world-famous museums to world-famous movie locations, if there’s one way to describe Los Angeles, it’s “world-famous.” The sheer volume of globally iconic destinations makes this city a must whether you’re a film lover, an art lover, a surfer, or a foodie, L.A. has it all, and BusBank is the preeminent full-service charter bus company serving the Los Angeles area.

San Diego

San Diego’s iconic architecture spans over two and a half centuries following some of the most recognizable architectural movements, from old Spanish forts, to Spanish Colonial Revival in Balboa Park, to the brutalist Salk Institute. San Diego is another art lover’s paradise boasting several renowned museums including the San Diego Museum of Art, the San Diego Art Institute, the Museum of Photogenic Arts, the Mingei International Museum, and the Timken Museum. Sunny San Diego also boasts awesome weather, even during the winter months

San Francisco

Whether you’re a history buff, a lover of scenic views, or a fan of fine dining, San Francisco has you covered. One of the great things about San Francisco is that you can take in all of the major sites, like Alcatraz, Chinatown, Union Square, and the Golden Gate Bridge, in a matter of days and yet still find new surprises no matter how long you stay. Named the “Best Food City in the Country,” San Francisco will delight even the most discerning palate. With Sharp topography, sweeping views, diverse neighborhoods, and a seemingly endless number of fairs and festivals, San Francisco is inexhaustibly entertaining.

Natural Splendor

California doesn’t just have more National Parks than any other state, it’s home to many of the most iconic and most visited National Parks in the country. Each one of these parks offers its own unique appeal to visitors, from towering redwoods and sequoias, to the dunes of Death Valley, to the dynamic coastal features of Channel Islands National Park. California National Parks offer boundless natural splendor and many of them can be quickly accessed with a short trip from California’s major cities.

Amusement Parks

California is home to Disneyland and Universal Studios, making it a great destination for a family vacation or a fun work retreat. Disneyland is located in Anaheim, CA and houses all sorts of rides, shows, restaurants and hotels. Universal Studios is located near Hollywood in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles where you can find rides and attractions based on popular movie franchises like Jurassic Park and Harry Potter. BusBank offers shuttle transportation to and from Disneyland or Universal Studios as well as bus tours of the area that include a stop at the Disneyland resort.

Fun Facts

  • California was once its own country… but only for a month. Before becoming the 31st state in 1850, California was an independent country for a single month in 1846. 
  • California experiences over 100,000 earthquakes a year. The good news? Most of them are too subtle for the average person to notice. 
  • The official state fruit of California is the avocado. San Diego County’s Fallbrook, known as the “Avocado Capital of the World,” even hosts an annual avocado festival.
  • Death Valley is the hottest, and the driest, and the lowest National Park. However, despite its name and these extreme conditions, the park is host to a huge variety of wildlife.
  • California is the birthplace of the internet. The first message sent across the internet read “Lo.” UCLA student Charley Kline meant to send the word “login,” but the system crashed – some things never change!

Peace of Mind

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) certifies and regulates transportation providers that operate within the state including Uber, Lyft, and BusBank. When choosing your transportation provider in California, always make sure they are properly insured and registered with CPUC. BusBank is registered under its legal name, Global Charter Services, Inc. (PSG# 38786). To search for BusBank’s registration or to find out more, please visit https://tcportal.cpuc.ca.gov/TCP/s/

No matter what transportation provider you choose in the state of California, you should always ensure that they are properly registered with the CPUC.

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