Orlando Charter Bus & Minibus Rentals

Considering a charter bus rental for your upcoming Orlando group trip? National Charter Bus has experience providing charter bus rentals in Orlando for all different types of events and occasions! We can provide shuttle service for employees to one of Orlando’s many conference centers, wedding charter bus rental services for a magical Disney wedding, and even sports teams bus rentals for major and minor league sports teams in Orlando.

Ready for a magical trip to Orlando? Call our bus rental agents today at 407-274-9782. We will get you a custom quote on your Orlando charter bus rental or shuttle bus rental, and answer any logistics questions you may have. Happy travels!


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The Best Charter Bus Rentals in Orlando

An Orlando charter bus rental is a great way to explore the city while keeping everybody together. Your group can visit some of Orlando’s top sights, like Disney World, Universal, and Lake Eola more easily with a charter bus rental. The buses we charter are modern and comfortable, and come in different sizes, from the 18-passenger minibus to the 56-passenger charter bus. Most buses also come with various amenities like luggage storage, outlets for charging your phone and other electronic devices, a TV to watch Disney movies or anything else you request, and more.

When you rent an Orlando charter bus from National Charter Bus, you are renting a charter bus with you and your group's needs in mind. Safety is paramount to us, which is why your charter bus driver will be professional, experienced, and highly vetted. We also have rental agents available 24/7 to help you book your Orlando charter bus rental when you call 407-274-9782. 


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Frequently Asked Questions about Orlando Charter Bus Travel

1. When is the best time to visit Disney World and Universal Studios with a group?

If you are looking for fewer crowds for your Orlando theme parks visit, many recommend September, as the kids are usually just going back to school. The tradeoff with a September trip to Orlando theme parks is that September is Orlando’s rainy season. Mid-January to mid-February is a great time to visit, with crowds slightly lower than usual and cooler weather than the rest of the year.

2. What is the traffic like in Orlando?

Traffic in Orlando is unavoidable, due to its popularity and size. Traffic aggregate tool TomTom ranks traffic in Orlando as 260th in the world. You can compare this to cities like Los Angeles, which is ranked at 59th as one of the more severe cities for traffic, or Memphis, which is ranked 355th in the world for less severe traffic. According to TomTom, your charter bus driver is looking at an average of six extra minutes of driving time when congestion in the city is at 19% or more, usually around 5-6 PM, for a drive that typically takes 30 minutes.

3. Where can you park a charter bus in Orlando?

It’s important to research certain areas in Orlando before you visit to make sure they accommodate charter buses. If you are planning on staying in a hotel or resort, most will accommodate oversize vehicles. However, if you are staying at an Airbnb, you may need to research parking options for oversized vehicles nearby. Most charter bus drivers have a working knowledge of how to find parking, and Orlando is very charter bus friendly in general, so don’t sweat it too much!

4. What is the weather like in Orlando?

You can expect mainly sunny and hot weather when you visit Orlando, with almost no drastic temperature changes or unexpected weather conditions like snow. Summers in Orlando are hot and humid, with temperatures reaching 90 degrees during the day, and dipping to around 70 at night. Orlando is also known for its frequent thunderstorms, especially during the summer months.

5. What are the largest annual events in Orlando?

Due to its many theme parks, Orlando has several events that draw huge crowds every year. Some of these events include the Epcot Festival of the Arts in January and February, the Food and Wine Festival at Busch Gardens from February to April, and Electric Ocean at SeaWorld from May to September. During the Halloween and December seasons, every major theme park in the Orlando area puts on special events and shows. If you are visiting any of these events with a group, a charter bus rental can help you avoid the stress of parking and fighting traffic.

Top Places to Visit in Orlando

Orlando is often called the “Theme Park Capital of the World.” This is definitely true, and the city offers many theme parks and resorts besides Disney World. Your group can see the stars and more at the Kennedy Space Center, see gators at Gatorland, and learn about marine life and see aquatic animals at SeaWorld Orlando. At night, your group can explore the nightlife scene, which is full of bars and restaurants for those 21+. Your charter bus driver will be happy to drive you anywhere on your itinerary. Check out the lists below for some of our favorite picks for entertainment in Orlando.

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Theme Parks and Resorts

Orlando has a theme park for everyone. And one of the best ways to explore the theme parks with a group is to rent a charter bus. With a charter bus rental to the theme parks and resorts, you won’t have to worry about parking or coordinating rides, or being stuffed in a shuttle bus with a bunch of strangers. Plus, beat the crowds when you get there early in your bus. Check out some of the best Orlando theme parks and resorts below!

Walt Disney World Resort

Address: Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, FL 32830

Phone: (407) 939-5277

Universal Orlando Resort

Address: 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 363-8000

SeaWorld Orlando

Address: 7007 SeaWorld Drive, Orlando, FL 32821

Phone: (407) 545-5550

LEGOLAND Florida Resort

Address: 1 Legoland Way, Winter Haven, FL 33884

Phone: (888) 690-5346

Discovery Cove

Address: 6000 Discovery Cove Way, Orlando, FL 32821

Phone: (407) 513-4600


Other Attractions

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Feeling theme park overload? That’s ok! There are plenty of things to do in Orlando that aren’t Disney World. Hop into your air-conditioned charter bus and visit some of the many other attractions that Orlando has to offer. Here are some of the best below:

Kennedy Space Center

Address: Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899

Phone: (855) 433-4210

ICON Orlando 360

Address:8445 International Dr, Orlando, Florida 32819

Phone: 1-800-257-0060


Address: 14501 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32837

Phone: (407) 855-5496

Harry P. Leu Gardens

Address: 1920 N Forest Ave, Orlando, FL 32803-1537

Phone: (407) 246-2620

Orlando Science Center

Address: 777 E Princeton St, Orlando, FL 32803

Phone: (407) 514-2000



DJ on beachOrlando isn’t just for kids. Those looking to ditch the mouse for a more mature experience in Orlando can tour the local nightlife scene in their comfortable charter bus. Let your charter bus driver take you and your group safely to and from some of the best Orlando’s nightlife has to offer, which includes live music, bars, shopping, entertainment, and more. Just hand your nighttime itinerary over to your bus driver, who also doubles as your group’s designated driver, and enjoy your night instead of stressing over finding rideshares and parking for multiple vehicles. National Charter Bus offers minibuses for groups as small as 18 people, making it a great choice for smaller groups exploring the city.

Universal Citywalk

Address: 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 224-4233

SAK Comedy Club

Address: 29 S Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

Phone: (407) 648-0001

Howl at the Moon Orlando

Address: 8815 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 354-5999

King’s Dining & Entertainment

Address: 8255 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 363-0200

House of Blues Orlando

Address: 1490 Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Phone: (407) 934-2583



People at coffeeshop with barista serving drinksDue to Orlando’s popularity, the restaurant scene in the city has adapted to take on larger crowds and varieties of different tastes. The food scene is diverse, offering seafood and classic American burgers as well as Greek and Italian restaurants throughout the city. Your charter bus driver can pick you and your group up directly from the hotel and take you to as many restaurants you choose!

Taverna Opa Orlando

Address: 9101 International Dr #2240, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 351-8660

Mia's Italian Kitchen

Address: 8717 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 601-7130

Cafe Tu Tu Tango

Address: 8625 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 248-2222

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Address:  6000 Universal Blvd #735, Orlando, FL 32819
Phone: (407) 903-0044

Seasons 52

Address: 7700 W Sand Lake Rd, Orlando, FL 32819

Phone: (407) 354-5212


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