For easy, reliable charter bus rentals in Montana, call National Charter Bus today. You can book a minibus or motorcoach to anywhere across the state, from national parks to ski resorts to major cities. With a private charter bus rental, groups can enjoy comfortable travel all together and on time for any kind of Montana event or road trip. Just call our customer service team at 1-844-755-0510 to book a charter bus or learn more about bus rentals in Montana.
No matter your group size, destination, or travel needs, National Charter Bus has the perfect bus rental for you. Enjoy premium group transportation services anywhere in the state of Montana, from long-distance trips to local shuttle transit, and completely customize your trip itinerary from start to finish. Your charter bus rental can come with various amenities designed for your comfort, including WiFi, reclining seats, and TVs with a DVD player, so the journey can be just as enjoyable as the destination. You can also count on the expertise of a professional, certified bus driver who places your group’s safety on the road as their number one priority. Choose National Charter Bus as your bus rental provider in Montana today!
Booking a bus for a trip in Montana is a straightforward process when you work with National Charter Bus. All you need to do is call 1-844-755-0510 to speak with a reservation representative about your trip to secure your bus rental—however, there are some trip details you’ll want to organize first:
Montana is well-known for its stunning National Parks and mountainside resorts, so we wouldn’t be surprised to hear if you’re planning an outdoor adventure for an excited group. No matter where you want to go, National Charter Bus can provide you with dedicated, private group transportation from your personalized pick-up and drop-off points. Don’t hesitate to customize your Montana trip exactly how you want it, because we can accommodate your ideal trip itinerary.
Before you book your bus, it’s best to have an estimated headcount of passengers so that you can choose the best type of bus for your trip. Large groups may need a full-size, 56-passenger motorcoach or multiple 25-passenger minibuses to easily travel together on your trip. For smaller groups, or for event shuttle service, an 18-passenger minibus or 20-passenger minibus may be all you need.
Depending on the needs of your group, you may also want to consider requesting a bus with certain features or amenities. For example, you can request an ADA-accessible bus to accommodate any passengers with disabilities or book a bus with a WiFi hotspot so passengers can stay connected and productive while traveling for a corporate event or meeting. Once you have your group organized and you understand who will be traveling with you, it’ll be simple to select the charter bus rental you need.
When organizing your travel budget, there are a number of factors that influence the price of your charter bus rental. The total cost will depend on the type of bus you book, the duration of your trip, the season you’re traveling in, and the city or location of your pick-up and drop-off destinations. Some additional costs not included in your final price include parking fees, road tolls, and your driver’s tip, so you may want to budget for those potential expenses as well.
When you’re ready to book, call 1-844-755-0510 at any time, 24/7, to speak with a reservation representative and get a free and accurate bus rental quote. You’ll tell your rep all about your itinerary, headcount, and amenity requests, and they’ll provide you with a personalized quote while you’re on the phone with them. If you’re comfortable with the quote we give you, you can put down a deposit to reserve your bus rental.
Whether you’re looking for an unbeatable outdoor wedding backdrop or just want to knock another destination off your Montana bucket list, Yellowstone National Park is well worth visiting and exploring. Customize your own group tour and plan activities like a group photo in front of the Old Faithful geyser, a visit to the beautiful Grand Prismatic Spring, and seeing wild bison at Lamar Valley. Don’t leave without stopping by the Old Faithful Inn, a national historic landmark built in 1903. Here you can grab a bite to eat at the Bear Pit Lounge and snag another peek at the Old Faithful geyser from the outdoor terrace.
Another one of our favorite national parks to plan a visit to in Montana is Glacier National Park. You can plan a visit here for a sports team team-building event or a private group of hikers or outdoor enthusiasts. Organize a custom day trip that includes hiking at Logan Pass and Avalanche Lake, taking a boat tour across Lake McDonald Valley, and looking out for wildlife like deer, big horned sheep, and the occasional black bear.
Missoula is the second largest city in Montana, meaning there’s no shortage of reasons to plan a visit. Organize a trip to the Missoula Art Museum, tour the University of Montana campus, or attend a city event at Caras Park. You can also plan a group hike to explore one of the city’s many recreational areas. Head to Pattee Canyon Recreation Area for miles of hiking trails and an 18-hole disc golf course, or stroll part of the Lewis & Clark Trail for a little walk through history. At the end of the day, treat your group to some well-deserved rest at Lolo Hot Springs. With multiple hot spring pools, a bar and restaurant, a casino, hiking trails, snowmobile rentals, and more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy here.
Located in the Rocky Mountains, and home to Montana State University, Bozeman is an incredible destination for outdoor enthusiasts and natural history nerds. Plan a field trip to the Museum of the Rockies and see the renowned collection of dinosaur fossils at the Siebel Dinosaur Complex, or go to the American Computer and Robotics Museum and explore exhibits featuring everything from the abacus to AI. Students on a field trip will also enjoy visiting the Montana Grizzly Encounter, a safe habitat and sanctuary for bears who were born into captivity or otherwise would not survive in the wild. It’s free to visit for all school groups who call ahead!
For a weekend in Bozeman, you can also plan a family vacation or ski trip to the Big Sky Resort, one of the biggest resorts in the country with nearly 6,000 acres of rideable terrain. Prefer warmer temperatures? Plan to visit the Bozeman Hot Springs, a public resort featuring 12 pools and natural hot springs. You can easily plan a large group event here and reserve the party space and stage near the outdoor pool area.
Book a bus rental in Montana by contacting the National Charter Bus team of reservation representatives at 1-844-755-0510. We can help you organize your group trip to anywhere in the state, as well as neighboring South Dakota, Washington, and beyond. Don’t hesitate to put your group trip plans into action today.