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When you think of Daytona Beach, you think NASCAR racing. If you and your friends and family want to see the race in person, call BusRental. You can use our convenient online system to book a charter bus or coach bus for 40-60 passengers, shuttle bus or school bus for 20-40 passengers, or a mini bus or corporate bus 15-30. Watch the race in person, and with transportation covered, you don’t have to worry about how you’re going to get home safely. When the race is over, you’ll be sitting in air conditioned comfort, instead of walking a mile to your cars. But that’s not all Daytona Beach has to offer. It also has lovely beaches. Instead of lugging your coolers and chairs across the parking lot, book with us and be dropped off by the sand. Spend more time at the beach, and less time with the hassle of parking. Daytona Beach is known to be a bit of a party city, so why not hire a party bus or limo with a fully stocked bar? Get an instant quote through our website, or if you have questions, use our chat or call use and speak to one of our customer service representatives. No matter how you contact us, we’ll book you to the right transportation for your needs.

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Things to do in Daytona Beach, FL

Daytona International Speedway 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114

The Daytona International Speedway is the most popular attraction in Daytona Beach. The complex spans 500 acres located at 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114. The speedway is home to the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. It is home to the Daytona 500, Coke Zero 400, and the Rolex 24. It is a mecca for NASCAR fans. The most recent 2016 renovation, dubbed “DAYTONA Rising,” cost $400 million. It included upgrades to seats, three times the number of concession stands, having 17 elevators and 40 escalators, and doubling the number of restrooms. The current capacity is 101,500, with expansion available to 125,000. The track was revamped in 2010, with 1.4 million square feet being repaved. The complex is not limited to racing, it also hosts police motorcycle training, car shows, photo shoots, production vehicle tests, social and civic gatherings, as well as concerts. The speedway offers three types of tours, the speedway tour (30 minutes), all access tour (90 minutes), and VIP tour (3 hours). Tours are offered daily and are offered on a first come, first served basis. More information is available on their website, which also offers a virtual tour of the complex.

Daytona Beach Boardwalk 25 Ocean Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

The Daytona Beach Boardwalk is a great attraction. It was built in 1938 and is located right next to the beach, but includes a pier that extends 1,000 feet over the ocean. City Walk is part of the boardwalk with an entertainment complex and shopping. The boardwalk also includes a ferris wheel, hurricane, slingshot, go-carts, Tilt-O-Whirl, and a rollercoaster. There are hotels, amusement centers, arcades, gift shops, bars, and restaurants too. During the summers, there are free concerts in the bandshell (which is located on the north end), fireworks on Saturdays, as well as street performers. All kinds of food is available from pizza, subs, and sandwiches, to barbecue and ice cream. You’ll find something for each family member. You could get your food to go and enjoy it on the beach.

Daytona Lagoon 601 Earl St., Daytona Beach, FL 32118

Daytona Lagoon is both a water park and fun park, at 601 Earl St., Daytona Beach, FL 32118. They offer a rainy day guarantee, so if it rains, you can get a ticket for another day. The water park offers a wave pool, slides, a kids play area, and a lazy river. The fun park offers the Sky Maze Ropes Course, miniature golf (18 holes), go-carts, rock climbing wall, laser tag arena and a mega arcade. At over 50 feet tall, slide down Kraken’s Revenge (must be 42 inches or taller and less than 280 pounds), Go on the two-person Shaka Halfpipe, (42 inches tall and less than 260 pounds single rider, and boule 400 pounds), Blackbeard’s Revenge is a high speed thrill experience (42 inches tall). Adventure Mountain is the highest multi-ride slide. Pelican’s Drift is the lazy river, it requires non-swimmers and anyone under 48 inches is to wear a life jacket. Float along the lazy river, and watch the thrill-seekers.

Museum of Arts and Science (MOAS) 352 South Nova Road, Daytona Beach, Fl 32114

Located at 352 South Nova Road, Daytona Beach, Fl 32114, the Museum of Arts and Science (MOAS) is several museums in one. The Charles and Linda Williams Children’s Museum, Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art, Gamble Place, Lowell and Nancy Lohman Family Planetarium, Tuscawilla Preserve,Root Family Museum, The NORth Wing and L Gale Lemerand Wing. Their permanent collection includes Florida and decorative arts, Chinese, African, American, Cuban, Americana and Coca-Cola memorabilia, which is one of the largest collections in the world. Check out the stars at the planetarium, or let the kids experience hands on learning at the children’s museum. There is something for everyone here.

Sloppy Joes 250 N. Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32118

Sloppy Joes began the day prohibition was repealed, December 5, 1933. It was an infamous Key west Bar frequented by Ernest Hemingway and other authors of his time. Hemingway even came up with the name Sloppy Joe’s. They have the Seven Day Vacation, Shark Attack, and Papa’s Painkiller. Alcohol free concoctions including Strawberry Sensation, PiñaBerry Daiquiri, Mango Tango, Oreo Madness and more. Drink specials are available all day. No matter what drink you order, you get to keep the glass, even the 64 ounce fishbowl, pilsner glass, shark tumblers, and insulated tumbler. Bandshell concerts can be seen from the restaurant. Menu is Florida beach with nachos, fish and chips, shrimp skewers, burgers, mahi tacos, and of course, Sloppy Joes. They also have a gift shop where you can purchase t-shirts, koozies, mugs, and hats. You can find them at 250 N. Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32118.

About Daytona Beach, FL

Daytona Beach, FL is located about 50 miles northeast of Orlando. Like most of Florida, Daytona was originally inhabited by indigenous people, including the Timucuan and the Seminole nations. The historical district used to be the Orange Grove Plantation, growing both citrus and sugar cane, built on slave labor and owned by Samuel Williams. Mathias Day Jr. bought the land from the airs of Mr. Williams. Mr. Day later built a hotel on the property. The city is called Daytona in his name and was incorporated in 1876. After Henry Flagler brought in the Florida East Coast Railway, in 1926, the nearby towns of Seabreeze, Kingston, Daytona, and Daytona Beach all merged and became the city of Daytona Beach. Daytona Beach began to attract racing in the 1920’s, due to the way the sand was compacted on the beach, which allowed car and motorcycle races on the beach itself. The beach course was 23 miles long, and was made famous by such names as William K. Vanderbilt, Henry Seagrave, Malcom Campbell, and Barney Ofield. Mr. Vanderbilt was unofficially clocked going 92.307 miles per hour on the beach course. IN 1936, the Daytona Beach Road Course held the first stock car race. In 1958, NASCAR built the Daytona International Speedway with the assistance of William France Sr. It wound up replacing the beach course. Cars are still allowed on the beach to this day, but with a speed limit of 10 miles per hour, which is a far cry from Vanderbilt’s 92.

Whatever you choose to do in Daytona Beach, has your transportation covered. Instead of looking for parking, and driving around and around a parking garage, let us book your luxury bus to the Boardwalk, Daytona International Speedway, The Daytona Lagoon, MOAS, Sloppy Joes, or anywhere else you want to go. Even a trip to the beach. We make reservations easy. You can book with us through our website for an instant quote, use our chat, or even call us and speak with one of our expert customer service representatives. We are here to make your travel plans easier. We offer a number of transportation options, from a mini-bus, shutter to a large charter bus. Our busses can handle 20-50 people. Or order a limo and travel in style. No matter the size of your group, a family trip, adult party, or corporate event, you can make reservations with, for your trip to Daytona Beach and beyond.

Bus Rental helped me choose a bus for my wedding guests so they could all go safely from our ceremony to the reception. The customer service I received was excellent and they hooked me up with the best price possible for a large shuttle bus.

-Tamika A., Lauderhill, FL

Our company does an annual retreat and we require consistent booking for multiple charter buses. Bus Rental is always on point and helps us secure the buses we need. They always arrive on time and provide a great ride.

-Brian R., Charlotte, NC

Top tips for renting a charter bus in Daytona Beach

  • Plan ahead so that you can book the right vehicle for your event, it's good to book 2-3 weeks in advance
  • Figure out how many passengers are coming so you can pick the right type of vehicle - There are many vehicles that can seat up to 56 Passengers
  • Time & place, Know where and what time you want to arrive at your destination - Ensure everyone will be on time when your chauffeur arrives
  • Manage your budget - If you plan on splitting the cost of the rental with multiple people figoure how much each person needs to pitch in!

FAQs About Renting a charter bus in Daytona Beach

How much does it cost to rent a charter bus in Daytona Beach?

On average a charter bus in Daytona Beach is about $103 per hour

How many people can you fit in a charter bus?

Depending on how many passengers you need there are charter buses that can seat anywhere from 20 to 65 passengers

How much do you tip a charter bus driver?

While it's not mandatory if you are satisfied with your overall expierence typically you can tip 2% of your overall cost

What to do in a charter bus in Daytona Beach?

Daytona Beach is filled with fun activites and attractions that cater to everyones needs! From beautiful beaches to salsa dancing, and clubing on South Beach.

How to rent a charter bus?

BusRental USA makes it easy to book a charter bus in Daytona Beach. Once you know how many passengers and the destination you can call us and we'll handle your reservations from start to finish.

Where can you take a charter bus?

A charter bus can be taken anywhere you like. Typically charter buses are used for large party sizes, it is a safe and reliable method of transportion for you family and friends.

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