Miami Charter Bus & Minibus Rentals

If you want simple and easy group travel in Miami, let National Charter Bus find a minibus or motorcoach for your trip. Book a private charter bus for fast and efficient group transportation in southern Florida, where chauffeured travel is the best way to get your group around the city stress-free. 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 Made Easy

Whatever brings you and your group to warm, sunny Miami, Florida, we’ll make sure you travel comfortably with the perfect charter bus to meet your needs. Safe and health-conscious field trips, big private events, cruise shuttles to and from PortMiami—National Charter Bus can handle it all! We’re experienced in accommodating all types of travelers, from wedding guests to business travelers and from school groups to sports teams


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.

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