Georgia Charter Bus Rentals

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Georgia is a state of tremendous variety. Dramatic seasonal forests are found near smooth sandy beaches. Charming historic towns are within arms reach of bustling metropolises. It is a state that is both continental and coastal. Visitors to the state will have no shortage of decisions to make when it comes to what you want to get out of your travels in Georgia. Whether you’re looking to boat around Cumberland Island, hike Tallulah Gorge State Park, stroll through Savannah Historic District, or soak up the North Beach sun, we’ve got you covered with the top must-see destinations in Georgia. Georgia is a big state packed with entertainment, amenities, and natural beauty, and BusBank is here to take the hassle out of booking charter bus travel through Georgia. You want to see it all, and we want to make that happen! 

With our fleet of vehicles, your travel needs will be met whether you need a shuttle or a full-size motorcoach, and customizable booking options mean that you get exactly what you need and never overpay!

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Why Rent with BusBank?

  • We are the premier charter bus company in Georgia 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 Georgia.

Points of Interest in Georgia You Don’t Want to Miss: Making the Most out of Your Georgia Charter Bus Trip 

Clocking in at almost 58,000 square miles, Georgia is on the larger end of east-coast states, but that doesn’t mean you can’t see everything you want to see! We’ve made it easy for you by highlighting the unmissable points of interest in Georgia for you to consider while planning your trip. From the striking natural beauty of Amicalola Falls in autumn to the never-ending summer on Tybee Island’s long sandy beaches, no matter when or where you’re headed to Georgia, must-see destinations abound. 


Sometimes referred to as the cultural hub of the south, Atlanta is the state capital and the biggest city in the state. The good thing about this sizable metropolis is that there is no shortage of things to see and do. From swimming with whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium to walking in the footsteps of some of the largest animals to roam the planet at the Fernbank Museum, when it comes to Atlanta, bigger really does mean better. Atlanta is also the headquarters of the Coca~Cola Company, and with it comes the World of Coke, a museum dedicated to the history and legacy of the Coca~Cola brand. It’s a great tourist attraction for corporate outings or family vacations. For hands-on fun for the kids (or the young at heart), the Children’s Museum of Atlanta is an interactive learning adventure featuring 3,000 square feet of fun. Aviation buffs will love the Delta Flight Museum, theater buffs can enjoy a show at Alliance Theatre, music buffs can take in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra or catch a concert in one of the city’s famous venues, nature lovers can kayak down the Chattahoochee River, and film buffs can see a movie the way movies were meant to be


Savannah is one of the most visited cities in Georgia. Travelers to Savannah come to seek its mix of small-town charm and big-city amenities. The historic district of Savannah features beautiful Victorian homes, unique shops and restaurants, and exquisite green spaces like Forsyth Park. The Savannah City Market is host to four full blocks of open-air shopping featuring concerts, dining, art, and even a few bars for adult visitors. Head over to the Telfair Museum of Art, the oldest museum in the South, to find the largest public collection of paintings by Kahlil Gibran. Stroll through Wormsloe Historic Site for those iconic Spanish moss views. History buffs will enjoy the chance to learn about Old Fort Jackson and Fort Pulaski up close, take a deep dive into naval history at Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, or learn about military history at the Webb Military Museum. Nature lovers won’t be disappointed either after checking out The University of Georgia Aquarium, Fort McAllister State Park, Daffin Park, or the Blue Sky Preserve. For the foodies out there, Savannah is also home to some of the most historic and sought-after culinary destinations in the state including Olde Pink House, The Grey, and Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room, as well as some groundbreaking new restaurants like Fox and Fig Cafe, Zunzi’s, Kayak Kafé, and Sentient Bean.


Athens is Georgia’s hip and thriving college town. Home to famous bands like the B-52s, Of Montreal, R.E.M., Neutral Milk Hotel, Reptar, Kishi Bashi, and more, Athens is an artistic, inspiring, and youthful city that's well worth the trip. Athens is home to the Georgia Museum of Art which boasts a collection of over 18,000 works and hosts over twenty exhibitions every year – and admission is free! Art lovers should also check out the Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum, Lyndon House Arts Center, and The Pineywoods Art Gallery. Athens also invites you to take in the beautifully maintained and sprawling grounds at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. For those looking to take in the fresh air, Sandy Creek Park and Nature Center is something you won’t want to miss either. Finally, one unassuming and slightly bizarre attraction somehow draws in visitors from around the globe: the tree that owns itself!

Georgia Fun Facts

  1. If you’ve ever driven through the whole state you won’t be surprised to learn that Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi. 
  2. Speaking of big, Georgia is home to both the tallest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi at Amicalola Falls and Okefenokee the largest swap in North America!
  3. That’s not all! Georgia is also the place where the largest wild hog in history was found, weighing over 1,000 pounds and nicknamed “Hogzilla.”
  4. Georgia was the first state in the nation to lower the voting age from 21 to 18, all the way back in 1945. 
  5. Georgia had three governors at the same time… on two separate occasions!