Phoenix Charter Bus and Minibus Rentals

Booking a charter bus rental in Phoenix is your first step to having a smooth trip! National Charter Bus offers professional group transportation services throughout Phoenix and most major cities in Arizona. We work with local transportation providers to give you access to a wide selection of minibus and charter bus rentals. Reserve a private Phoenix charter bus rental for resort vacations, sporting events, school trips, and any other group travel needs. Call our team of reps anytime at 480-626-4711 to learn more about our charter bus rental services in Phoenix.

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Phoenix Charter Buses for Every Event

National Charter Bus’s large network includes a variety of minibus and motorcoach models for Phoenix groups of all sizes. Are you traveling to Phoenix for a private group vacation? Reserve an 18-passenger minibus rental for your group of friends or family. A minibus rental is a perfect way to keep your vacation as stress-free as possible. Need a large transportation option for a school field trip in Phoenix? We’ll book you a comfortable and spacious 56-passenger charter bus rental. Does your Phoenix travel group need an ADA-accessible charter bus rental for an upcoming trip? No problem! We’ve got you covered too.

The National Charter Bus network includes compact vehicles, spacious buses, and accessible shuttles for every traveler! No matter the Phoenix rental you need, every charter bus will be operated by a thoroughly vetted and professional bus driver. Most charter bus rentals can also include convenient amenities to make your Phoenix trip even more comfortable. Request a charter bus with WiFi, power outlets, flat-screen TVs, plush seating, and clean restrooms.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Phoenix Charter Bus Travel

1. What’s the weather like in Phoenix?

Phoenix is the largest desert city in the country. So as expected, summer in Phoenix brings scorching temperatures (with an average high of around 105℉) and little to no rainfall. Winter in Phoenix can get surprisingly chilly, with low temperatures hovering around the 40s. Fall and early spring bring relatively comfortable relief with temperate weather throughout the day. Unless you’re looking for toasty weather, it's recommended to visit Phoenix from November through April.

2. Where can my charter bus pick my group up at the Phoenix airport?

Pickup and dropoff at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport depend on the terminal you’re utilizing. Charter bus passengers at Terminal 4 can be picked up or dropped off on the south curb of Terminal 4 near door 2. If you’re traveling through Terminal 3, charter bus pickup and dropoff can be found on the south curb near door 8. 

​​3. What are the largest convention centers and meeting venues in Phoenix?

The Phoenix Convention Center is the city’s largest meeting venue. With around 900,000 square feet of space and a central location in Downtown Phoenix, it's a popular location for large-scale events. Hotels and resorts like The Wigwam and the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown also offer smaller meeting spaces for events.

4. What is the traffic like in Phoenix?

Phoenix is ranked the 26th most congested city in the country, according to INRIX’s Global Traffic Scorecard. On average, drivers lose around 21 hours to Phoenix traffic. If you're worried about traffic putting a damper on your group trip, consider booking a private ride and leaving transportation up to National Charter Bus.

5. What are the largest annual events in Phoenix?

Between Phoenix and nearby cities like Scottsdale, visitors will find major events happening throughout cooler months of the year. Some of Phoenix's most popular annual events happen in fall and winter when being outdoors is more comfortable. A few of the city’s top events include the Arizona Balloon Classic, PGA Tour Phoenix Open, Phoenix Pride Festival, Arizona State Fair, and The Territorial Cup Series.

Top 10 Group Attractions in Phoenix

Phoenix has a long list of attractions that are perfect for groups to explore. We have a few suggestions if you need help building a group trip itinerary in Phoenix! Craft your personalized itinerary and book your private charter bus to and from each stop on your schedule.  

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

This 140-acre botanical garden is located in Phoenix's Papago Park and is known for its extensive collection of cacti and native flora. The Desert Botanical Garden has more than 50,000 plants representing 4,379 species. Plan a field trip or private group tour with a charter bus to this beautiful botanical garden.

Address: 1201 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: (480) 941-1225

2. Musical Instrument Museum

With more than 15,000 musical instruments, Phoenix’s Musical Instrument Museum is the largest establishment of its kind. The museum collection has instruments from around 200 countries, including items from famous musicians like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and John Lennon. The museum also serves as a concert venue, hosting artists from around the world. National Charter Bus can handle transportation for tours of the museum and private groups attending concerts at the venue.

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

Phone: (480) 478-6000

3. Heard Museum

The Heard Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of Native American art. This museum has exhibitions with traditional and contemporary pieces, offering a space for first-person perspectives from Native American artists. Spend a few hours learning about different native cultures during an upcoming group vacation or school trip. 

Address: 2301 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone: (602) 252-8840

4. Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain is a popular hiking spot for hiking and rock climbing near Scottsdale. Trails on Camelback Mountain are notoriously challenging, so it's highly recommended that you're in good shape and well-equipped before embarking on your journey. If you’re hitting the trails for a group hike or team-building day, rent a minibus to avoid parking mishaps and to relax after a long day in the sun.

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

Phone: (602) 495-5458

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

Mountain will find a wide selection of options at this 16,000-acre urban park. There are more than 58 miles of trails, ranging in difficulty for all types of hikers. Once your group is one breaking a sweat on the trails, you can cool off on a climate-controlled charter bus on the way home.

Address: 10919 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85042

Phone: (602) 495-5458

6. Phoenix Art Museum

The Phoenix Art Museum has more than 19,000 works of art from all over the world and from the Renaissance era to the present day. The museum offers educational programs and guided group tours for all ages. Whether you’re organizing a museum tour for a school, family, or college group, the National Charter Bus team will ensure you have a safe ride to your outing!

Address: 1625 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone: (602) 257-1880

7. Chase Field

Home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, this Major League Baseball park is the first structure of its kind to have a retractable roof. In addition to having Diamondbacks home games, Chase Field also hosts the annual Guaranteed Rate Bowl game. Skip gameday traffic and hectic parking lot roads with a private charter bus rental service. 

Address: 401 E Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Phone: (602) 462-6500

8. Taliesin West

Scottsdale is just a stone's throw from Phoenix and is well worth the quick drive to visit Taliesin West. This iconic home was the winter residence of famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Taliesin West is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a U.S. National Historic Landmark, making it a must-see location in Arizona. Hop on your charter bus, shuttle to Scottsdale, and take a guided tour of this gorgeous desert home.

Address: 12621 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85259

Phone: (480) 860-2700

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

The Phoenix Zoo is the largest privately owned nonprofit zoo in the country. The zoo has around 3,000 animals representing  400 species from around the world. Since its inception, the Phoenix Zoo has put a major focus on conservation and survival plans for endangered species like the  Arabian oryx, Mexican wolf, and California condor. Visitors of all ages will learn a wealth of knowledge about different animals and important conservation efforts.

Address: 455 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008

Phone: (602) 286-3800

10. Papago Park

Papago Park offers beautiful desert views of red sandstone geological formations and is one of the city’s most photograph-worthy locations. Points of interest include the Hole-in-the-Rock Trail, which leads to the eponymous rock formation, and Hunt's Tomb, the resting place of Arizona's first governor and his family. The park also encompasses popular attractions like the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden, so there's no shortage of things to do for your group.

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

Phone: (602) 495-5458

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