If you’re looking for a charter bus rental in San Diego, you’ve come to the right place. National Charter Bus offers seamless group transportation for trips to the San Diego Zoo, La Jolla, and LEGOLAND California.
At National Charter Bus, we pride ourselves on our ability to help any group travel seamlessly to a variety of events and destinations across San Diego. Book a shuttle service for your wedding or corporate event, make sure your fellow fans can travel together on the way to the next Padres game, provide extra comfort on a field trip, or simply enjoy an outing with friends and family to your favorite local hotspots. Wherever your travels take you, our bus services have you covered!
Riding in cramped cars for hours on end can be uncomfortable. Taking the MTS is certainly convenient, but out-of-town group members might have trouble learning how to get around. Plus, if you’re traveling with a large group, neither of these options are ideal.
The next time you need group transportation in San Diego, consider booking a charter bus! Vehicles are available for groups of all sizes—from small groups of 18 to large groups of 50 or more. Everyone will travel as one unit with a professional bus driver behind the wheel—no more asking friends, cousins, or reluctant younger siblings to take driving shifts.
Plus, buses are loaded with amenities that make them far more comfortable than cars. Air conditioning will counteract the California heat, WiFi will keep everyone connected to their favorite websites, power outlets will keep devices charged, and extra storage space will keep aisles free of clutter. Other features such as onboard restrooms or ADA accessibility are available as well—just ask your bus rental expert about what your group would like to see on your bus!
Transporting event attendees is easy with a minibus shuttle by your side! For your next San Diego event, National Charter Bus can pair you with a compact, private shuttle to serve as your event’s exclusive transportation service. Whether you’re moving wedding guests between your hotel and the ceremony space or you’re keeping corporate event attendees connected to the San Diego Convention Center, we’ll make sure that all passengers can travel safely, comfortably, and efficiently. Plus, no one will have to worry about driving themselves or getting lost in the city!
We’re all familiar with classic yellow school buses and the field trip memories that come with them. But what if you’re taking your students on a long-distance field trip? A charter bus can provide more space and amenities for students, chaperones, and teachers to enjoy, plus a professional bus driver to ensure the safety of everyone on board. Show an educational film on the bus’s TV screens, or allow students to have a bit of downtime with onboard WiFi. Pit stops can also be eliminated with onboard restrooms on large coach models. When you book a bus with us, your field trip will go off without a hitch!
Celebrating a win for your favorite team is always better with a group—that’s why we love to make it easy for groups to travel together to all San Diego sporting events! With a professional bus driver behind the wheel, all your group needs to do is pack up your favorite snacks and drinks, load onto your bus, and enjoy the ride. Whether you’re supporting the Padres, the San Diego State Aztecs, or your favorite local team, you can count on us to provide a smooth, memorable ride.
On your bus, you’ll have plenty of space to bring along all of your necessary tailgating gear. Plus, with your DD already in place, all group members can enjoy your celebration to the fullest without worrying about how they’ll get home.
If you’re booking transportation for your band of players, coaches, and staff members, we have you covered. National Charter Bus will help you put together the perfect fleet of buses to accommodate everyone in your group. Full-sized motorcoaches come with spacious luggage bays and overhead racks, providing plenty of space for luggage, equipment, and additional carry-on items. Let your players rest up in reclining seats so that they arrive at the game feeling ready to bring home a W!
Have any more questions about bus rentals in San Diego? Don’t hesitate to call our 24-hour team of experts at 619-344-0549. We’re always prepared to take your call, provide you with a free quote, and tell you why you should rely on us for your San Diego group transportation!
They don’t call it “America’s Finest City” for nothing! Exploring San Diego provides plenty of opportunities to be swept away by everything the city has to offer. And we believe that these types of experiences are always better with a group by your side. Check out our top 10 favorite places to visit in San Diego, and be sure to add a few to your itinerary before your next trip!
1. Balboa Park
Address: 1549 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 239-0512
Balboa Park is a mix of everything: green space, performing arts venues, museums, gardens, trails, and more. Have your bus driver drop you off at your preferred section of the park, or spend a day exploring the multitude of things to discover.
2. SeaWorld San Diego
Address: 500 Sea World Dr, San Diego, CA 92109
Phone: (619) 222-4732
SeaWorld is a great stop for all who find themselves fascinated by ocean life. Learn about your favorite marine animals at multiple aquariums, see what those animals are capable of at live shows, and end the day on a roller coaster inspired by the power of the ocean.
3. San Diego Zoo
Address: 2920 Zoo Dr, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 231-1515
Part of Balboa Park’s multitude of group activities, the San Diego Zoo showcases monkeys, birds, pandas, gazelles, polar bears, elephants, and over 650 other species—and that’s just the beginning! Groups can also enhance their experience by booking special tours or animal feedings to dive deeper into the lives of the zoo’s creatures.
4. USS Midway Museum
Address: 910 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 544-9600
Ever been to an aircraft museum that was housed by an actual aircraft carrier? If not, the USS Midway Museum should definitely be on your “must-see” list. The Midway was once the world’s largest ship, and it now serves as the home to exhibits that feature the inner workings of the ship and an aircraft gallery.
5. La Jolla Caves
Address: 1100 Coast Blvd, La Jolla, San Diego, CA 92037
At the ripe old age of 75 million years, the seven La Jolla caves are one of San Diego’s oldest geographical landmarks. If you’d like to take in the beautiful views and local flora and fauna, have your charter bus driver drop you off at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. Or, head over to La Jolla Village’s posh boutiques and waterfront restaurants for a relaxing afternoon!
6. Petco Park
Address: 100 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 795-5000
Home of the San Diego Padres, Petco Park is the obvious choice for some of San Diego’s biggest and most exciting sporting events. During the off-season, pop in for a group tour that will take you through the dugout and the Padres Hall of Fame.
7. Belmont Park
Address: 3146 Mission Blvd, San Diego, CA 92109
Phone: (858) 488-1549
This beachfront amusement park has something for everyone—rides of all thrill levels, games, restaurants, drinks, and shops, all in one place! Be sure to get in early to beat some of the crowds and experience everything that Belmont Park has to offer. After an exhausting day of thrills, your bus driver will be there to bring you back home—no driving required.
8. Cabrillo National Monument
Address: 1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr, San Diego, CA 92106
Phone: (619) 557-5450
Here lies the marker for the first landing of a European expedition on the West Coast of the United States, made by Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo in 1542. Visitors can explore San Diego’s earliest history while taking in gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean. On a clear day, you can even see Mexico’s Coronado Islands and Tijuana from the park! Its resident Old Point Loma Lighthouse is a San Diego icon, so be sure to get a group photo before you leave.
9. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park
Address: 4002 Wallace St, San Diego, CA 92110
Phone: (619) 220-5422
Hungry for more San Diego history? This park contains multiple San Diego buildings dating back to as early as 1820 to help visitors feel connected to the city’s past. Here, your group can learn about the chain of events that grew a small Mexican pueblo into the booming city you see today.
10. San Diego Natural History Museum
Address: 1788 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 232-3821
Another of Balboa Park’s famous attractions, the San Diego Natural History Museum holds the distinction of being Southern California’s oldest scientific institution. Exhibits will transport you into a world of fossils, now-extinct species such as the Megalodon and the Mastodon, macro photography of bugs and other critters, and, of course, play areas for the younger visitors.
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