With years of experience booking personalized group trips, a network of multiple motorcoach models to choose from, and an around-the-clock staff, we at San Diego Charter Bus Company cater to any group in need of dependable transportation throughout San Diego and beyond. Our company works with leading transportation providers to service conventions, weddings, university events, and more. No matter what brings you to San Diego, you can rely on us to streamline your trip every step of the way.
Full-size charter bus rentals are made for long-distance getaways, thanks to their spacious luggage bays, convenient onboard restrooms, and comfy seats that offer plenty of legroom. Settle in for the long haul with your 56 closest friends—with amenities like TVs with a DVD player, free WiFi, power outlets, and much more, your trips into and out of San Diego will fly by!
Need transportation solutions a little closer to home? The minibus rentals in our network are ideal for shuttling friends, family members, or event attendees throughout busy San Diego streets. Each minibus’s compact size and affordable price make it a flexible option for small- and medium-sized groups on the go.
Whether your team is gearing up to bring in a victory or your spectators are rooting for their favorite home team, nothing eases your game day outing quite like a sporting event bus rental! Arrive at your San Diego stadium all together and leave the driving details to your pro driver.Learn More
Celebrate your big day in style and comfort! A wedding bus rental can keep your loved ones and guests on time for every ceremony, reception, dinner, or party. Inquire about reserving an all-white or all-black fleet to coordinate with your wedding’s theme.Learn More
Ensure your employees travel safely to your San Diego office by setting up a private commuter shuttle, or simply give your corporate event attendees a lift to your workshop, convention, or meeting! Whatever fills your itinerary, a corporate bus rental will help it run like clockwork.Learn More
Your students’ safety is your top priority—and it’s ours too! Let a certified, professional driver handle your next field trip, college tour, or academic outing in San Diego, and our team will pair you with the perfect bus rental to keep your kiddos entertained for the long haul.Learn More
From family reunions to sightseeing vacations, there are plenty of reasons to book a private bus rental in San Diego. Church groups, friends, nonprofits, or volunteer groups can rest assured they’ll arrive on time to every destination. We’ll take care of the driving while you enjoy your trip!Learn More
If you’re still filling out your group’s itinerary, we’ve put together this list of popular San Diego attractions you won’t want to miss! We’ve serviced all kinds of group excursions in the city—from field trips to corporate team-building events, bachelorette parties to fan group tailgates—so you can trust San Diego Charter Bus Company to get your group from point A to point B, safe and sound.
Take a walk on the wild side—even by zoo standards! This revolutionary zoo park boasts open-air, cageless exhibits to give its furry, scaly, and feathery residents the most enriching environments possible. Come visit giant pandas, elephants, rhinos, big cats, reptiles, birds, and much more, all in replicas of their natural habitat.
This historic greenspace was once home to multiple World’s Fair-style showcases of gardens and architecture—something visitors can still stop and admire to this day. After exploring the San Diego History Center, the Natural History Museum, or an art gallery or two, wander through the winding trails through the beautiful gardens that make this park a San Diego landmark.
It’s not every day that you get to step aboard a piece of floating history! This docked aircraft carrier was once the longest-serving vessel of the 20th century and now houses an interactive museum for learners of all ages. At this dockside naval museum, you can see over 30 restored aircraft and 60 onboard exhibits, offering visitors a glimpse into the world of maritime aviation.
Want to hit the beach? Few places on the southern California coastline are as picturesque as this gorgeous beachfront. The Cove is part of a protected marine reserve, so you’re bound to see a wide variety of aquatic wildlife if you plan to snorkel or scuba here. Round up your group of beach bums and check out the sunny beaches, tide pools, sea caves, and dozens of quaint local shops and restaurants.
Fun fact: this district takes its name from the iconic gas lamp street lights that have illuminated this bustling downtown hub for over a century. While some of the Victorian facades have remained the same over the decades, nowadays this part of town is known as the primary nightlife district in San Diego! Grab a bite to eat at one of the chic restaurants here before dancing the night away at a bar or club.
If your group ever needs to get away from it all, a day hike through this stretch coastline should be on your itinerary. Take in the ocean air and sounds of crashing waves from the scenic overlook trails of this rocky plateau. And when you’re ready to give your legs a rest, dip your feet in the chilly waters of the Torrey Pines State Beach and relax in the SoCal sunshine.
Calling all builders! Both young travelers and the young-at-heart are sure to love spending the day at this popular San Diego attraction. Located about an hour from the city’s center, this amusement and resort park is home to an aquarium, roller coasters and rides, and a miniature park with small-scale replicas of the country’s iconic monuments and buildings.
This monument and surrounding park are perched on the southernmost tip of the Point Loma Peninsula, the place where Europeans first set foot on the North American west coast in 1542. Here, your history buffs and outdoor adventurers can explore a historic lighthouse and inspect the wildlife in the Point Loma tidepools. Be sure to stop for a group selfie with a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean as your background—on clear days, you can even spot parts of Mexico from this scenic lookout!
Generations of locals and visitors alike have flocked to this beachfront amusement park for nearly a century! Come take a ride on the Giant Dipper (the park’s 1925 wooden roller coaster), take in the vintage boardwalk atmosphere, and peruse the shops and restaurants of this historic San Diego landmark.
Looking for oceanfront recreation? This massive aquatic park can’t be missed! Mission Bay Park is the largest man-made center for watersports in the country, with 4,235 acres of shoreline and paved trails. Bring your group of water skiers, wind sailors, joggers, roller skaters, cyclists, sunbathers, and more—all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts will find something to do here.
Not sure where to go during your San Diego group trip? Here are some of the best neighborhoods we recommend for visiting groups!
Besides housing some of the oldest structures in town, the Gaslamp Quarter is also home to San Diego’s hottest nightlife scene. Check out this district’s swanky bars and lounges for great food, good local and visiting patrons, and plenty of drinks to go around. (Try the Altitude Sky Lounge for drinks with a view!)
This neighborhood has been around since 1769—once the first Spanish settlement in what we now call California. With that in mind, it’s no wonder this spot is popular for field trips and history buffs! Swing by the living history village at Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, or enjoy delicious hand-made tortillas at Cafe Coyote.
As you might expect, this district is home to numerous places to get your grub on—especially if you’re craving authentic Italian cuisine! Whether you’re looking for a hearty plate of pasta or a quick cappuccino, your group will have options aplenty if you stop in Little Italy. Or, to dive even deeper into the city’s history and heritage, visit during the annual Little Italy Festa!
A mix of laid-back surf-town vibes and a lively nightlife scene, this coastal district is great for visitors who want it all. Start your morning with breakfast at World Famous, then take in the sights along Crystal Pier and try a few beers at Backyard Kitchen & Tap before finishing your night at Pacific Beach Ale House.
Feeling adventurous? Pack enough kayaks for your group and explore the beautiful sea caves this area has to offer! La Jolla’s beach views have to be seen to be believed. And once you’ve had enough of the sand and surf your group can always pop into the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego for air-conditioning and award-winning art.
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