Rent a Charter Bus in Las Vegas

From wild nightlife for adults to amusement park rides for the family, Las Vegas offers everything you could want for your next group trip. And if you’re planning an outing in Sin City, you can book an efficient and comfortable Las Vegas charter bus rental from National Charter Bus. Give us a call at 702-780-0497 to reserve a charter bus or minibus for your group trip around Las Vegas!

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Group Travel Around Las Vegas and Beyond

With a nationwide network of charter bus providers, you’ll have an amazing Vegas travel experience, no matter where your trip begins. National Charter Bus will pair your group with a motorcoach and professional driver dedicated to your trip. From industry conferences at the sprawling Las Vegas Convention Center to private tours of the famous Strip, we’ll help you choose the best motorcoach for your travel needs.

Request an 18-passenger minibus with WiFi and an entertainment system for your Las Vegas bachelorette trip or a 56-passenger charter bus with power outlets and reclining seats for your major business conference or sports team transportation. Not sure the type of bus you’ll need? No worries! When you call us at 702-780-0497, your reservation expert will assist you throughout the rental process. Contact our  24/7 team to learn more about our charter bus pricing and to receive a no-obligation charter bus quote.


Popular Destinations in Las Vegas

Top 10 Things to Do in Las Vegas

There’s no shortage of experiences your group can enjoy in Las Vegas. It can actually be quite hard to narrow down the top things to see and do while there. Regardless of where you plan to travel in Las Vegas, a charter bus rental is the easiest way to get your large group to and from each location on your itinerary.

Taxis and rideshare services are efficient for solo travelers or small groups but can easily become overwhelming to organize for a few dozen people. A private motorcoach can cut down on overall transportation costs, and help avoid losing group members in several cars. Organize your group transportation service with National Charter Bus anytime at 702-780-0497.

If you need a few ideas on what to add to your Las Vegas itinerary, check out these Vegas hotspots:

Famous Las Vegas sign with the cityscape blurred in the background at night

1. "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" Sign

There are few things more iconic in the city than the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign. This neon sign has been welcoming visitors at the Strip’s southern outskirts since 1959. Be sure to hop off your bus for a group photo op as you enter or leave the city. Seriously, if you didn’t take a photo at this sign, did you really visit Vegas?

Address: 5200 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119

Phone: 1-866-287-2028


2. Las Vegas Strip

As the heart of Vegas, it’s pretty difficult to visit the city without seeing part of the Strip. The 4-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is home to most of the area’s popular tourist destinations. If you’re planning to travel the duration on the trip, consider renting a compact minibus to easily traverse the crowds.

Address: 3950 S. Las Vegas Boulevard

Phone: 702-380-7777


3. Eiffel Tower Deck

Have you always been wanting to visit Paris without the long plane ride? Get a taste of the Parisian experience at Vegas’s half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower. Located in the Paris Las Vegas Casino & Hotel, groups can travel up to the tower’s viewing deck for a bite to eat and skyline views of the city.

Address: 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Paris Las Vegas, NV 89109-4345

Phone: 702-948-6937


4. Fremont Street Experience

Outside neon sign for Fremont CasinosThe Fremont Street Experience is one of Las Vegas’s most popular locations right off of the Strip. This indoor-outdoor pedestrian mall includes dozens of entertainment venues, restaurants, and famous casinos like the Golden Nugget. This portion of Fremont Street is exceptionally busy, so we’d recommend having your charter bus drop your group off nearby and walking through the mall, if possible.

Address: 425 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101-5620

Phone: 702-678-5600


5. Las Vegas Arts District

Need a short break from the hustle and bustle of the Strip? Board your charter bus and head a few miles north to the Las Vegas Arts District. Here, you’ll find dozens of local art galleries, museums, boutiques, and bars. If you’re visiting on the first Friday of the month, check out the district’s monthly Art Walk block party.

Address: Bounded by Commerce Street, Hoover Avenue, 4th Street, Las Vegas Boulevard and Colorado Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89104


6. High Roller Observation Wheel

This 520-foot ferris wheel has been the tallest structure of its kind since 2014. Although the High Roller is located at The LINQ Hotel, anyone is welcome to visit. Cabins on the High Roller are relatively spacious compared to most Ferris wheels and can accommodate groups. You’ll need to reserve a space with 10 or more people to qualify for group pricing.

Address: 3545 Las Vegas Blvd South, The Linq Promenade, NV 89109-8978

Phone: 702-322-0593


7. Las Vegas Convention Center

Right after Atlanta’s conference center, the Las Vegas Convention Center is the second-largest venue in the country. Groups traveling for business will likely already be making their way to the convention center. If you’re not a business group, it’s still worth planning a stop at the nearby Las Vegas Visitor Information Center.

Address: 3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: 702-892-0711


8. Grand Canyon South Rim

Aerial view of the Grand Canyon's South RimVisiting the Grand Canyon offers breathtaking views and is a wonderful way to spend a day of your Last Vegas trip. The canyon’s south rim is a 4-5 hour drive from Las Vegas and is a popular weekend trip spot for locals and out-of-town visitors on vacation. Take a day or two out of your Vegas trip to take your charter bus to the Grand Canyon.

Address: 1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161

Phone: 702-515-5350


9. Neon Museum

With its extravagant bright lights and fluorescent signs, Las Vegas might as well be called the City of Neon Lights. The Neon Museum is one of the most unique locations in the city, giving guests a history lesson on the bright, neon signs of Vegas. The museum’s collection includes vintage and restored signs from the city’s casinos and other businesses that have been around since modern Vegas developed.

Address: 770 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Phone: 702-387-6366


10. Red Rock Canyon

If you’re trying to get a breath of fresh air but don’t want to travel all the way to the Grand Canyon, consider a visit to one of Las Vegas's beloved outdoor recreational areas: Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. This popular hiking spot is a short drive from Downtown Las Vegas. You’ll find miles and miles of trails, breathtaking mountainous desert views, and educational resources to learn about native wildlife like the desert tortoise (Fun fact: the endangered desert tortoise is Nevada’s state reptile.)

Address: 1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161

Phone: 702-515-5350


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