Phoenix Charter Bus and Minibus Rentals

If you’re looking for charter bus rentals in Phoenix, we’re happy to say that you’ve come to the right place. National Charter Bus provides private full-size 56-passenger charter buses and compact 18-passenger minibuses for corporate conventions, weddings, parties, sports events and educational trips to the Desert Botanical Garden or Phoenix Zoo. If you want to do some research on your own before hopping on a call with us, check out our pricing guide for additional information. Then contact our exceptional customer service team at 480-626-4711 for assistance in finding the right Phoenix charter bus rental for your group.

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Explore Phoenix’s Greatest Attractions

With sunny temperatures all year round, exotic landscapes and abundant outdoor activities, there’s plenty to do in Phoenix to keep all age groups entertained. Whether you want to visit the Desert Botanical Garden to admire the cacti in all their glory or you want to pet fluffy farm animals at the Phoenix Zoo, it’s easier to get around with a group when you rely on National Charter Bus. Whatever the nature of your trip to Phoenix, we can provide you with the perfect bus rental to carry your group to any destination of your choice. Wondering why you should choose us over any other transportation option in Phoenix? We value punctuality, satisfaction, and safety—that's what makes us National Charter Bus.

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Popular Destinations in Phoenix

Top 10 Attractions in Phoenix

You’ve arrived in Phoenix. Now what? Well, we’ve organized a list of the top 10 attractions in the city for your group to enjoy. Whether you’re an artist in search of the best museums or a fitness buff looking for secluded hiking trails, we’ve listed something for everyone.

Walkway in the Desert Botanical Garden surrounded by tall cactus plants1. Desert Botanical Garden

Address: 1201 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: (480) 941-1225

Mingle with beautiful flora and fauna at the 140-acre Desert Botanical Garden. With over 50,000 plants from over 379 different species, it’s also a place to explore trails, galleries, and exhibitions—or simply learn more about botany at their on-site Schilling Library. 

2. Musical Instrument Museum

Address: 4725 E. Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ 85050

Phone: (480) 478-6000

Discover the history of music at the Musical Instrument Museum. It houses a collection of over 15,000 instruments and objects that come from more than 200 countries. Other perks include live events, performances, and concerts featuring unique melodies and songs.

3. Heard Museum

Address: 2301 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone: (602) 252-8840

Expand your cultural knowledge by paying a visit to the Heard Museum. It’s a haven for American Indian Art and focuses on advancing their history, collective voice, and artistic mission.

4. Camelback Mountain

Address: 5191 N Invergordon Rd, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 

Interestingly enough, the name for Camelback Mountain was chosen due to its shape, which resembles the hump of a kneeling camel. It extends to around 2,706 ft and is a popular spot for hiking, rock climbing and leisure walking or for simply enjoying a lovely picnic in the great outdoors.

Couple sitting on a bench atop Dobbins Lookout at South Mountain Park overlooking Arizona landscape5. South Mountain Park

Address: 10919 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85042

Phone: (602) 495-5458

Known as the largest municipal park in America, the South Mountain Park is truly a treasure for the city of Phoenix. Its surface area encompasses 16,000 acres while its highest point is 2,330 ft. It provides over 50 miles of trails for every kind of physical exercise and offers a great way to admire the beauty of the Valley and the three major mountain ranges in the area.

6. Phoenix Art Museum

Address: 1625 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone: (602) 257-1880

Learn more about the world of visual art at the Phoenix Art Museum. It proudly hosts a collection of over 18,000 works of art from all over the world, along with international exhibitions, live performances, festivals, educational programs, and films.

7. Chase Field

Address: 401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone: (602) 462-6500

Watch the Arizona Diamondbacks play an entertaining game of baseball at Chase Field. Grab a corndog and a beer and cheer for your favorite team with your group!

8. Taliesin West

Address: 12621 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85259
Phone: (480) 860-2700

Marvel at the architectural magnificence of Taliesin West, better known as Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter abode. Join a group tour and walk around this establishment or attend a variety of live cultural performances.

Close up of a leopard sitting in a tree at the Phoenix Zoo9. Phoenix Zoo

Address: 455 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: (602) 286-3800

Visit the Phoenix Zoo, the home of over 1,400 animals. Walk through four sections with themes designating the different areas of the world, ranging from the Arizona Trail, to Africa, the Tropics and the Children’s Trail—each containing activities and entertainment options for groups to enjoy.

10. Papago Park

Address: 625 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: (602) 495-5458

Papago Park, a sandstone wonder, boasts several trails for running, walking and mountain biking. It also includes two major attractions–namely the Phoenix Zoo and the Desert Botanical Garden–along with several opportunities to fish, golf, or play softball or baseball.  

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