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Relax Onboard a Bus Charter in Arizona While Exploring the Copper State

Get on a Bus Rental in Arizona and go to one of the country’s most visited states!

Arizona, USA

Arizona is home to more than 6.5 million people. The state is known for its desert landscape while also having a varied topography with plateaus and mountains dotting half of Arizona, while more than a quarter of the state are forested areas.

More than these, however, the state is famous for the Grand Canyon. So why not get on a bus charter in Arizona to help you explore the state in style and comfort?

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BusRental.com can help make your Arizona trip an even memorable one without the headaches and stress of trying to transport everybody in your group or family from one point to another.

Call us and ask about any one of our packages to see which one is right for you and your group. We provide a:

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No matter what your event is, no matter what you need, we can provide it for you:

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Things to Do via a Bus Charter in Arizona

The beauty of vacationing in Arizona is that there is always something for everyone in your group. The diversity of the landscape, the culture of the people and the variety of attractions make Arizona an ideal getaway for everyone. Make it even better with a bus charter in Arizona to help keep everyone safe, comfortable and feeling relaxed.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Arizona Entertainment and Amusement Parks

If you have kids or if you think that the outdoor adventure in Arizona is just a little bit too much for your blood, why not try the state's famous amusement parks, such as:

  • Castles N' Coasters
  • CrackerJax
  • Enchanted Island
  • Old Tucson Studios

Also, there is Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass, which features a Western theme where visitors can go on train rides and stagecoach rides, have mock gunfights, pan gold and eat to their heart's content.

Because Arizona can sometimes become arid, there is a selection of water parks for you as well. Go to Arizona Grand Resort with its high tower that stands eight stories high for those that love adventure, its big wave pool, its river tubing facilities and its Wild Cat Springs, which are just perfect for toddlers.

Other water parks you can go to include:

  • Breakers Water Park
  • Golfland Sunsplash
  • Hamilton Aquatic Center
  • Kiwanis Wave Pool
  • Tempe beach Park
  • Wet N' Wild Phoenix

Further, you have the skate parks. Arizona has unique skate parks that caters to both beginners and professionals. Skating is a local favorite pastime, so if you want to do what the locals do, go to one during your visit. We recommend the Goodyear Skate Park and Xtreme Air Jump 'N Skate. There are, however, a great skate park wherever you go!

Arts & Culture

Arizona has a rich American Indian past and you would appreciate getting to know more about the American Indians at one of these places:

  • Visit American Indian tribes. You could actually stay at one tribe village and get immersed in their life and culture. For example, you can spend the day with the Hopi Tribe at one of their 12 villages, or stay with the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe where you could find lodging, casinos and hiking through a mountain terrain. Or visit the Cocopah Indian Tribe that stays along the Colorado River. Remember, however, that each tribe has its own set of rules and traditions, so be sure to do some research first before planning a trip to one of these villages.
  • Arizona American Indian Museums. There are also a lot of museums that pay tribute to American Indian culture, such as:
    • Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum
    • Huhugam Heritage Center - Gila River Indian Community
    • Museum of Northern Arizona
    • Navajo Nation Museum
    • San Carlos Apache Cultural Center
    • White Mountain Apache Culture Center and Museum
  • Arizona American Indian Monuments. You can also visit some of the monuments that are still existing today, such as the Montezuma Castle of the Sinagua Indians, Casa Grande, Navajo National Monument, Kinishba Ruins, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, and the Poston Memorial Monument.

Aside from American Indians, Arizona also has a great deal of Hispanic and Latino influences. In fact, in the 19th century, around 90% of the state's population was Hispanic. Visit the Pimeria Alta Historical society Museum, Sosa-Carrillo-Fremont House Museum and the Arizona Latino Arts & Cultural Center.

Performance arts is alive and well in Arizona. Here, you can get a mix of entertainment and culture just by catching a performance from the area's best theater and dance companies. The community theater groups are great as well. Catch a performance at the Ardrey Auditorium, Tubac Center for the Arts, the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts, the Stagebrush Theater, the Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium, the Orpheum Theatre and other venues here.

Music lovers will love the Musical Instrument Museum where you could see the musical instruments from around the world.

Architecture lovers would also love Arizona with its variety of landmarks that are impeccably designed and remarkably beautiful. For example, there is the Arizona and New Mexico Railway Passenger Depot, the Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tuzigoot National Monument, the El Tovar and other places where you could get a taste of the area's architecture.

The state also has its share of museums and galleries you can go to. Be sure to visit the best preserved meteor impact site in the world in Northern Arizona, or go to Amerind Foundation Museum where you could find the best private collection as far as Native American art is concerned. You could also visit De Grazia's Gallery in the Sun, Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Phippen Museum of Western Art, Phoenix Art Museum, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block, and the Bentley Gallery.

As you can see, you can very well spend a day visiting only art museums in the state. A bus charter in Arizona can help you save time by making sure that everyone leaves and arrives together so that you do not have to waste time waiting for the rest of your group to arrive before starting whatever it is you have planned.

In effect, a bus charter in Arizona can help you see more places!

Restaurants & Shopping

Arizona Restaurants and Shopping

Arizona offers a variety of top-notch restaurants that you can try. Sample Mexican food or Native American cuisine. You can choose to have home-style dining or have a night cap at one of the area's best breweries.

Want to try the best ones? Go to these top-notch restaurants:

  • Barrio Café
  • Binkley's Restaurant
  • Christopher's Restaurant / Crush Lounge
  • Crudo
  • Different Pointe of View
  • elements at Sanctuary Resort
  • Noca
  • POSH
  • Sassi
  • The Mission

The Grand Canyon might be the state's most visited attraction and this is the reason why a trip there also means a chance to get the best cuisine at the top restaurants.

Also go on a wine trail tour of the area's best vineyards and taste the best wines Arizona can offer. You can go on the Verde Valley Wine Trail, Sonoita Wine Trail and Willcox Wine Trail.

Looking for a great bar? Try out the Irish Pub, the Living room, the Spirits Lounge, the Big Bag, Tequila on the Rocks and Onyx Bar & Lounge.

Arizona is also heaven for shopaholics, who could easily find a little something that would fit their personalities, personal tastes in a variety of malls, stores and boutiques.

You can go to Outlets at Anthem and Factory Stores of America for some fun outlet shopping. Or you could find just about everything at one of the malls such as Fiesta Mall, Desert Sky Mall, SanTan Village, and La Encantada. But if you are looking for something uniquely Arizonan, you need to consider:

  • Baja Arizona Sustainable Agriculture
  • Chaparral Country Club
  • Chocofin Chocolatier
  • Heard Museum
  • Kierland Commons
  • Mill Avenue District
  • Pueblo Southwest
  • Santa Cruz River Farmers Market Mesquite Milling & Pancake Chowdown
  • The Borgata of Scottsdale
  • Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Arizona Golf and Sports Venues

Golf enthusiasts will love Arizona as well. The state has more than 300 golf courses to choose from, so you could either go to a championship course or just have a great game nearby. Also, Arizona offers great winter golfing fun, specifically those in Scottsdale, Lake Havasu, Phoenix and Tucson.

If you want only the best, check out the following top rank golf courses:

  • Desert Highlands Golf Course, Silverleaf Club, Whisper Rock Golf Course and The Estancia Club in Scottsdale
  • Pine Canyon Club and Forest Highlands Golf Course in Flagstaff
  • The Rim Golf Course in Payson
  • The Stone Canyon Club in Oro Valley

You can also go to Chase Field and University of Phoenix Stadium, the first baseball field with air conditioning and a retractable roof.

Other places you can go to to get a taste of sports: Desert Sun Stadium, Grande Sports World, Mojave Crossing, Ray Kroc Baseball Complex, Round Valley Ensphere, Walkup Skydome, Warren Ballpark, and Yavapai Downs.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

To get a feel of history, you could visit the Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum where you could see artifacts that are related to Arizona's pioneer life. Almost every county in the state has its own historical commission and museum that you could visit. There are also a lot of museums that deal with history here such as:

  • Arizona Historical Society Museum
  • Arizona Military Museum
  • Butterfly Lodge Museum
  • Clemenceau Heritage Museum
  • Fort Lowell Park and Museum
  • Heritage Square
  • Historic Sahuaro Ranch Museum
  • Jerome Historical Society Mine Museum
  • Old Trails Museum
  • Rose Tree Museum & Gifts
  • Slaughter Ranch Museum
  • Superstition Mountain Museum

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Arizona Parks and Outdoor Activities

The weather is always beautiful in Arizona, so you could always take part in your favorite outdoor activities from adventure sports, to camping, to boating to biking, to hiking, to horseback riding and even going on a hot air balloon for a quiet trip in the skies!

The state has a variety of very beautiful parks that you could visit. For example, there is the Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park where you could see plants, trees, and blooms that thrive in the dry weather. You could also have a picnic and buy the plants that catch your fancy here. There is also the Lost Dutchman State Park, Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, Slide Rock State Park, and Red Rock State Park.

There are camping alternatives as well such as the Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, and Homolovi Ruins State Park.

Hunting and fishing is the featured activity at the following parks:

  • Alamo Lake State Park,
  • Buckskin Mountain State Park,
  • Lake Havasu State Park, and
  • Patagonia Lake State Park

A trip to Arizona would not be complete without a visit to the Grand Canyon. It is after all the state's most visited attraction. Be sure to get a guided tour. Then you could go rating on the Colorado River or just fish or go kayaking.

Trail blazing is another good outdoors experience where you could follow historic roads or trails to get to know the state better. During winter, you could have fun skiing or snowboarding in Arizona's mountainous terrain. Surprising that a dessert landscape could also have snow at the mountaintops, isn't it?

Lastly, you can pick from a variety of water sports in one of the state's lake resorts and rivers.

Zoos & Aquariums

Arizona Zoos

Let the kids see more than 1,400 animals at the Phoenix Zoo, including an African lion, cheetahs, elephants, tigers and vultures. Or you can go to the Wildlife World Zoo, which features the state's biggest collection of exotic animals with more than 350 species and 2,400 animals.

Also, visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, the Navajo Nation zoological and Botanical Park, and Reid Park Zoo.

Further, there are wildlife parks such as Keepers of the Wild, Bearizona, and Out of Africa Wildlife Park and smaller farms and ranches that feature ostriches, camels, deer and other animals.

Or let the kids watch sea animals up close at Sea Life Arizona or at the Sonoran Sea Aquarium.

Other Points of Interest

Arizona Other Points of Interest

Kids will be delighted to try their hand at more than 350 science-related exhibits at the Arizona Science Center. They can also play with the interactive exhibits at the Tucson Children's Museum.

Also, the Mini-time Machine Museum of Miniatures also have dazzling displays of miniatures on display while the Challenge Space Center is where you could go on a simulated space mission.

Arizona also gives you the chance to really relax with its award winning spas and spa treatments. It is practically a spa paradise.

Some of the best spas are found in the state and the competition is such that services are improved over time.

Now where to go for the best spa treatments? Check out:

  • Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
  • JW Marriott Camelback Inn
  • JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa
  • Mii Amo Resort
  • Miraval Resort & Spa
  • Royal Palms Resort and Spa
  • Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa
  • The Phoenician
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain

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