Miami Charter Bus & Minibus Rentals

Need to book a charter bus for a group trip in Miami? National Charter Bus has the minibus or motorcoach rental you're looking for. Our group transportation services are ideal for long-distance journeys from Miami, shuttle service, a quick day trip, or anything else. Our reservations specialists are available 24/7 at 305-330-4453 to help you choose your bus. Call us today to book!

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Group Travel in Miami For All Occasions

No matter what brings you to Miami, National Charter Bus has the group transportation services you’re looking for. From school field trips to Miami educational highlights like the National Hurricane Center to sports team travel from Miami for regional tournaments around the Southeast, we can provide you with a coach bus for a reliable group trip. And with a nationwide network of charter bus rentals available, there’s no limit to where you want to go and how many people you want to bring along.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Miami Charter Bus Travel

1. Where can I park a charter bus in Miami?

Parking a bus rental in the heart of any major city can be a challenge, and Miami is no different. But while the parking options may be touch-and-go, there are still many venues that have designated parking for oversized vehicles. For example, destinations where large groups tend to gather—like the Marlins Stadium, the Miami Convention Center, and the University of Miami campus—have designated bus parking areas that can accommodate most motorcoaches.

2. What’s the Miami traffic like?

Miami is the 5th most-congested city in North America, according to the TomTom Traffic Index. While street congestion can be heavy at all hours of the day, definitely avoid hitting the road during the evening rush hour—between 4 pm and 7 pm—if you want to miss the worst of Miami’s traffic.

3. What’s the weather like in Miami?

As far as climate goes, Miami is as close to tropical as you’ll find in the contiguous United States. Expect pleasantly mild temperatures in the winter, but long and muggy summers, and be aware of the chance of hurricanes and inclement weather if you’re planning a Miami trip in August and September.

4. What are Miami’s public transit options?

Miami’s public transportation system includes a variety of transport options such as the Metrobus, the Metromover, and the Metrorail. Each has variable fares starting at $2.50 and primarily serves the Downtown area and popular neighborhoods close to the city’s center. The Metrorail in particular offers simple transfers from the regional Tri-Rail system and easy access to local airports, neighborhoods like Brickell, and all your favorite beaches.

5. Where can my charter bus pick my group up at Miami International Airport?

Your charter bus driver should have no issue finding a space in the designated cell phone lot at MIA to wait for your group to arrive. Once you touch down and grab your luggage, expect your bus rental to pick everyone up at the designated zones outside the baggage claim on the Arrivals level—across from doors 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 15, 20, and 23.

Our Favorite Group Destinations in Miami

From beautiful beaches to art displays to museums to delicious food, you can always find something for everybody in your group in Miami! Here are a few of our favorite spots, sorted so you can decide if you’re willing to withstand the Miami heat during your outing or wanting to stay indoors. Between stops, you’ll be able to enjoy air conditioning and other entertainment amenities right on your charter bus, making your trip enjoyable and comfortable from start to finish. Put together your custom itinerary and leave the driving to us!

 

Indoor Activities

Need to get out of the heat for a bit? We totally understand. These indoor Miami destinations provide a much-needed reprieve from the weather and might even help you learn something new! Load up your itinerary with just the things you want to see and we’ll make sure you’re transported around the city according to your custom schedule.

 

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Highlights: Mediterranean Revival architectural style; indoor exhibits featuring a variety of architectural styles and antiques

Address: 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129

Phone: (305) 250-9133

 

Pérez Art Museum

Highlights: 20th century contemporary art from cultures of the Atlantic Rim

Address: 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Phone: (305) 375-3000

 

Miami Children’s Museum

Highlights: bilingual education & exhibits featuring music making, construction, glass making, and more

Address: 980 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, FL 33132

Phone: (305) 373-5437

 

Time Out Market Miami

Highlights: food hall with kitchens, bars, and a demo cooking area

Address: 1601 Drexel Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Phone: (786) 753-5388

 

Superblue Miami

Highlights: art gallery featuring digital art, light-based displays, and a mirror labyrinth

Address: 1101 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127

 

Outdoor Activities

Even though it’s hot, we know most people don’t come to Miami to stay inside all day. When you’re ready to soak up some rays, head to any of the city’s beaches for a day of lounging, exploring, and napping in the sun. When you’re ready, your air-conditioned charter bus will be there to take you back to your home or hotel.

 

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

Highlights: low-key, calm beach just outside of Miami that’s perfect for families

Address: 1200 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Phone: 786-582-2673

 

Lummus Park

Highlights: picture-perfect views of the water and of Miami; proximity to the Art Deco District

Address: 1130 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

 

South Beach

Highlights: Miami’s most popular beach with a boardwalk and proximity to art galleries and nightlife

 

Bal Harbour Beach

Highlights: proximity to chic shops and luxury beachfront hotels like the Ritz-Carlton

 

Crandon Park

Highlights: quiet, family-friendly beach with on-site grills and tennis, nature, and golf centers

Address: 6747 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Phone: (305) 361-5421

 

Food + Drink

Miami restaurants feature cuisines from around the world served in a variety of spaces–some even with perks like weekend drag brunches or curated art decor! These group-friendly restaurants are some of our favorites, and we definitely recommend adding them to your Miami itinerary. While you’re putting together your itinerary, remember to call each restaurant before you visit to reserve enough space for your group and ask where your minibus can drop you off and pick you up.

 

Monty’s Coconut Grove - bayside location, raw bar, & live music

Address: 2550 S Bayshore Dr, Miami, FL 33133

Phone: (305) 856-3992

 

El Pollo Inka Miami - casual spot serving Peruvian staples

Address: 7285 NW 36th St, Miami, FL 33166

Phone: (305) 599-8585

 

R House Wynwood - globally-inspired cuisine, drag brunch, and an art gallery!

Address: 2727 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Phone: (305) 576-0201

 

Bombar Darbar - elegant spot serving traditional Indian dishes

Address: 2901 Florida Ave, Miami, FL 33133

Phone: (305) 444-7272

 

Toro Toro - elegant Pan-Latin cuisine, fine steaks, and cocktails

Address: 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL 33131

Phone: (305) 372-4710

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