Whether you’re searching for adventure in the Everglades, looking to soak up the sun on a pristine beach, or seeking wonder and thrills at a world-class theme park, Florida has it all. Boasting three national parks, and a host of national monuments, preserves, and memorials, more coastline than any of the other contiguous states, and access to all the amenities you could ever need, it’s no mystery why Florida is one of the top travel destinations in the world. The best part? Florida offers a tremendous variety of cities, landscapes, and accommodations all within reach of one another, giving you the option to take in much of the state’s diverse and distinct offerings all in one trip, or to take your time and get all you can out of any one of the state’s must-see attractions. Whatever your choice, BusBank is here to bring your plans to life, to take the hassle out of booking transportation, and to bring you an affordable way to see all you wish to see in Florida.
We are the premier charter bus company in Florida 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 Florida.
Things to See in Florida: How to Get the Most out of Your Charter Bus Trip in Florida
When you think of travel in Florida, images of the state’s pristine beaches, dynamic coastal landscapes, and world-class theme parks probably spring to mind – and with good reason. Florida boasts some of the most popular and sought-after beaches in the world and iconic theme parks like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando make Florida one of the most popular travel destinations for newcomers, locals, and repeat visitors alike. In spite of the state’s latitude, Florida’s cooling sea breezes keep temperatures relatively comfortable for a good portion of the year, including the winter! So whether you’re heading to Florida to relax in the summer or benefit from some off-season travel, Florida is the place for you.
A City for Every Style
Florida’s cities each have their own character and charm. From the lazy beach town to the lively bustling metropolis, Florida’s variety of locals means that no matter what you’re looking for, you’ll find it (and more!).
From theme parks to museums and from nature parks to shopping, Orlando has something for everyone – that’s how it was built! Since Orlando is such a popular travel destination, it just keeps getting better as more and more attractions and amenities are unveiled to meet the demand of a growing tourism industry. This means you will find no shortage of hotels, restaurants, conference centers, theme parks, and more! And while places like Disney World certainly have it all – world-class theme parks, countless well-regarded restaurants, and endless shopping opportunities at Disney Springs – Orlando is far more than just the theme parks. While Harry Potter lovers, Star Wars fans, Disney Buffs, and Lego builders will certainly be delighted by the many theme parks nearby, the city also has zoos, waterparks, natural adventures, museums, arcades, and more to keep you entertained. Destinations like the Kennedy Space Center, the Central Florida Zoo, or Crayola Experience, make Orlando a great place for a family adventure even if you’re not here for the theme parks. A vibrant nightlife, countless iconic restaurants, and state of the art business and conference centers make Orlando just as much for the adults as it is for the kids. Whatever your plans are, BusBank is here to take the hassle out of booking transportation. We will work with you to bring you a fully customized charter bus experience that suits your needs and your budget.
Miami’s instantly recognizable skyline, iconic palm-lined streets, and modern architecture, and abundance of character make it a huge draw for Florida travelers. By day the city is bathed in endless sunlight and by night the streets remain illuminated by clubs, dance halls, restaurants, and hotels. Along with a thriving nightlife, pristine beaches, the historic Art Deco District, Bayside Marketplace, Zoo Miami, and access to Everglades National Park mean that Miami has a little bit of everything.
Tampa is both a bustling city for locals, and a popular tourist draw. While many visitors to the state might at first overlook Tampa in favor of Orlando or Miami, a growing number of Tampa faithfuls prefer the “Big Guava.” Whale and dolphin watching cruises, The Florida Aquarium, Lettuce Lake Regional Park, Zoo Tampa, and more make Tampa a great place for wildlife lovers. Whether you want to zipline, canoe or kayak your way through Tampa’s natural beauty, or take in the culture at The Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa Bay Riverwalk, or Tampa Theatre, the city is sure to keep you entertained.
The iconic Walt Disney World Resort is located outside Orlando, Florida and includes many popular attractions such as EPCOT, Magic Kingdom and Galaxy’s Edge, a new Star Wars area added to the park in 2019.
The Greater Orlando area also offers Universal Orlando Resort which includes a variety of rides and attractions based around popular movie franchises including Jurassic Park, Harry Potter and King Kong.
BusBank offers shuttle transportation to and from Disney World or Universal Orlando to make your next group adventure fun and worry-free.
Fun Facts about Florida:
The Florida Everglades are the only place in the wild where you can find both alligators and crocodiles living together!
Florida has more golf courses than any other state. With over 1,300 gold courses, you’re never very far from a gold course, or two, or three, when you’re in Florida.
Neighbor Georgia might have Florida beat on the peach front, but Florida has every other US state beat when it comes to Oranges. Florida grows more than three quarters of the country’s oranges, and 40% of oranges grown in the entire world!
Florida isn’t only the champion orange grower, what may surprise you even more is that Florida is the #1 grower of grapefruit, sugarcane, snap beans, cucumbers, tomatoes, and more!
While Florida’s impressive coastline gets all the glory, the state is also home to over 7,700 lakes and more than 11,000 miles of rivers.