Need Help Booking Bus Charter Trips?
Booking bus charter trips doesn't have to be an overwhelming task. Whether it is for your company's corporate event, an across country sightseeing trip for your group or you simply want to plan a night out in your city with your friends to celebrate an anniversary, birthday or upcoming nuptials, we can help you arrange affordable, safe transportation.
How Easy Can Booking Charter Bus Trips Be?
As easy as can be! When you need to make travel arrangements, we really only need three pieces of information from you to being to put together an economical package that will meet your groups' every travel need. We will need to know where you want to go. How many people will be traveling and when you'd like to make your charter bus excursion. Using this information, our trained representatives will be able to give you the best choices for your charter bus.
Aren't Charter Buses Uncomfortable?
Perhaps at some charter bus companies, but not ours! Our charter buses have soft, upholstered seats to give your group a nice comfy ride. Most of our buses have state-of-the-art sound systems that play CD's, DVD's and of course speakers from front to back so everyone can hear. Also, if you're concerned about restroom facilities, many of our larger bus models have built in facilities so no stopping along the way and no one has to be inconvenienced and can be assured of traveling in pure comfort from start to finish of your charter bus excursion.
Is Traveling by Charter Bus Economical?
Absolutely and with the prices of fuel higher than ever, choosing to make your travel arrangements using charter buses is one of the wisest financial choices you can make. Compare the pricing between everyone in your group loading into their vehicles and driving caravan style to your destination. It's cramped, crowded and when one person has to stop, everyone has to stop. Driving is tiring. When you take multiple vehicles there is a good chance the driver for each vehicle will be fatigued once you reach your destination, not a great way to start a sightseeing tour or corporate event. Who has fun when they are exhausted? Also, you'll need to budget for putting fuel into multiple vehicles, wouldn't you rather just save your money and spend it on having fun at your destination?
If it's your responsibility to get a group of people to a corporate function or you need to create a sightseeing tour with multiple stops, consider the convenience and fun of booking bus charter trips to meet this need, everyone will arrive refreshed and ready to participate in the fun.
Find interesting things to do in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC!
Nov 11, 2013 - The Whale Museum of San Juan Island
If you have a deep liking for Orcas or otherwise known as Killer Whales, then you would have to make time to come visit The Whale Museum which is a special outfit dedicated to everything Orca. Located in the Pacific Northwest of the United States in a small and relatively unknown side of Washington called Friday Harbor of San Juan Island. Bring the kids out of the humdrum of downtown city center and come connect with nature and learn about these amazingly gentle creatures of the sea.
Unbeknownst to many of our bus charter trips visitors who are coming into San Juan Island Washington DC for the very first time, the museum has been opened since 1979. In fact, it is the first museum of its kind. This amazing attraction has since been steadfastly promotes stewardship programs dedicated to whales and Salish Sea ecosystem. If you are a school teacher or an educator, we reckon that you should find out more about the museum’s extensive list of educational and outreach programs.
Don’t make the mistake of assuming that the exhibits and attractions at The Whale Museum are for kids. We assure you, we were quite smitten by the museum on our visits. It met my expectation because being a whale lover, we thought it was rather thought-provoking because it gave us an insight about how humans and whales can coexist together on planet earth without destroying each other.
The kids, however, will be taken in by the huge, massive whale skeleton mounted atop the museum’s lobby.
As much as it is about teaching visitors about whales, their life and evolution, it is all about history of these huge animals too. On top of that, there is a great deal of information being put out about whale conservation, things being done to prevent the extinction of Orcas.
Visiting this museum will be more meaningful if done right before you book yourself a whale watching tour at sea. This way, you have all the information about what these people are trying to do with their efforts and when you catch sight of one of these magnanimous creatures (yes, the word magnanimous is used because you can’t help but be awed when they decide to make an appearance).
As touristy as this is going to sound, visiting and buying something from the gift shop is a must. We are saying this because the prices are reasonable and all profit goes towards supporting the museum and the effort that they are making. If it makes a difference, it is worth the money.