Nevada is the third most visited state in the US. From Reno to Las Vegas, tourists and locals alike are indulging in the delights that Nevada has on offer. From the dazzling lights of the Vegas Strip to the power and scale of the Hoover Dam, and from Skiing the slopes above Lake Tahoe, to climbing through geological time in Red Rock Canyon, you’re never short of things to do and see in Nevada. Wherever you’re headed in the Sagebrush State, BusBank is here to make sure you see it all while saving big. BusBank is the premier charter bus company in Nevada. We’re not only travel experts, there to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the must-see attractions on offer in the beautiful state of Nevada, we’re also your budget’s best friend, eager to help you save with a customizable charter bus package.
High Rollers, extreme sports fanatics, nature lovers, and history buffs alike will all find plenty to do and see in Nevada. From the dazzling lights of downtown Las Vegas, to the dramatic natural features of Red Rock Canyon, and everything in between, Nevada features so many sights, activities, and attractions, that the hardest part might be narrowing them down! Don’t worry. We’re here to help you get the most out of your Nevada travels. Our hassle-free charter bus services are perfect for large groups, small groups, and everything in between! BusBank’s full range of vehicle options, professional drivers, customizable packages, and local expertise make it your one-stop shop for organizing your group trip. Considering chartering a bus or just want to learn more about how you can save on group transportation? Contact us today for a free quote.
Las Vegas has enjoyed the status of being one of the most popular cities for tourists for a long time, and new attractions and activities are constantly springing up. The city’s reputation as the gambling capital of the United States is well earned. Visitors interested in cards, slots, dice, and more should head to Caesars Palace, El Cortez, South Point Casino, Aria, MGM Grand, Golden Nugget, The Cosmopolitan, Red Rock Casino, Bellagio, The Mirage, Wynn, and The Venetian. If that sounds like an exhaustive list it’s because it is! The city is packed with places to try your luck. While some of these casinos are better than others, it can still be fun to explore a number of casinos and find out where luck is waiting for you. But stick to the casinos on this list to avoid some of the casinos that send people home unhappy for more reasons than bad luck.
Of course, there’s a lot more to Vegas than just the gambling. Treasure Island and the Bellagio host thrilling acrobatics shows, and Planet Hollywood and MGM Grand are home to a variety of magic acts and performances. You can also find musical shows at Planet Hollywood, or head to the Stratosphere Tower for tunes with a view.
And there’s much more to see on the strip and beyond. Take a gondola ride at the Venetian, or take in the sights of the city from atop the High Roller, the world’s largest observation wheel! Explore the depths touring the incredible Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, or enjoy a fantastical joust at the Tournament of Kings Dinner and Show at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino. The Neon Museum is dedicated to the city’s most iconic art form – you guessed it – neon.
For those looking to stretch their legs and take a short trip outside of the city, Hoover Dam tours leave regularly and a visit to the awe-inspiring landmark can make a great half-day trip. Visitors also enjoy venturing out to the Grand Canyon West Rim, one of the quickest and most accessible ways to view the Grand Canyon. More adventurous travelers may want to paddle Emerald Cave on a Kayak Tour, take an ATV tour of the Mojave Desert, glimpse the rare natural beauty of Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend, or ride on horseback through Red Rock Canyon.
While not as big or rowdy as Las Vegas, Reno, known as The Biggest Little City is still packed with sights to see and things to do. For those looking to keep their winning streak going, or, often, dig a deeper hole, Peppermill Casino, Atlantis Casino, and Casino at the Eldorado are great places to start. Fans of craft breweries should run, not walk, to the Biggest Little Brewery for a tour and tasting. Here you not only get to take in amazing views, get a look behind the curtain of Reno’s thriving craft beer scene, but you get to experience it all from Reno’s famous Pineapple Pedicabs. For those looking to travel by their own two feet, a self-guided Explore Reno Scavenger Hunt is a great way to explore the city and have fun while doing it! Reno’s Riverwalk is another great way to stretch your legs and enjoy the scenery. Along the riverwalk are some of Reno’s most popular shops and restaurants.
Sports fans should head to Greater Nevada Field to catch the Reno Aces playing. The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum is a fun and fascinating stop just outside of downtown Reno. Popular not only with visitors but also with locals, this cutting edge interactive-science center is fun and educational. The Nevada Museum of Art is another place you won’t want to miss if you’re after a bit of edification. One of the longest-running and most prominent museums in the state, the Nevada Museum of Art is home to thousands of works of art spanning countless mediums and movements. The Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center is another long-standing attraction. Not only does it offer visitors a chance to see the solar system and beyond, but even the building itself is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings for its unique architecture.
For adventurers headed to Nevada for its dramatic natural beauty, like Lake Mead, the Mojave Desert, Emerald Cave, and more, we have you covered. For those headed to Las Vegas Strip for a bachelorette party, to try your luck at the slots, or just to take in the Sin City nightlife, we have you covered. If you’re headed to Reno to check out the sporting events, head to a convention center, or stroll down the riverwalk, we have you covered too. From field trips, to business outings, to family vacations, BusBank offers the premier group transportation services in the region. With available onboard amenities like wifi, reclining seats, restrooms, power outlets, TVs, DVD players, and more, and with a vehicle option in every category, from minibus, to party bus, to motorcoach, to shuttle bus, to limousines; whatever your needs may be, we have you covered! Whether you’re in need of shuttle services, minibus rental, a school bus for a sports team or school field trip, or a full-sized motor coach – you guessed it – we have you covered!