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Take a trip to Rand McNally’s Most Fun Small Town and make sure you do it in style in a charter from BusRental. Head off on a shopping spree on East Atlantic Boulevard in a luxurious minibus or visit the incredible Morikami Museum in a comfortable charter coach, either way, is the only company to get you to your destination in style. Our perfectly simple website will guide you through the easiest reservation portal online and if you still have questions, our knowledgeable staff are always on hand to help out. We have coaches for up to 60 passengers or for smaller groups, mini-buses that carry between 15 and 30. Either way, we have you covered in style and luxury no matter the event or destination.

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Things to do in Delray Beach, FL

4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach, FL 561-495-0233

One of the highlights of the area is the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens located just west of Delray Beach. The campus includes two museum buildings, the Roji-en Japanese Gardens: Garden of the Drops of Dew, a bonsai garden, library, gift shop, and a Japanese restaurant which has been featured on the Food Network. Rotating exhibits are displayed in both buildings, and demonstrations, including tea ceremonies and classes, are held in the main building. Traditional Japanese festivals are celebrated several times a year. Enjoy a night of Japanese folk-dancing, drumming, the Ennichi street fair and iconic lantern floating ceremony in a fall festival, a summer homage to ancestors who return for a brief visit to the living. Experience an iconic lantern floating ceremony and firework display. See traditional folk dancing and taiko drumming performances. Enjoy the Ennichi Street Fair and taste Japanese street fair food and drink. .Karesansui or dry landscape gardening, is founded on Zen ideology using carefully composed rock arrangements and gravel or sand. A karesansui is carefully raked to represent characteristics of water such as currents and waves while boulder arrangements may be interpreted as islands. Learn about the Late Rock Garden and observe how the raking can be a practice in mindfulness and meditation. A day at Morikami is an immersion in Japanese heritage and culture and one not easily forgotten.

Downtown Delray Beach 350 SE 1st Street, Suite 100 · Delray Beach, FL (561) 243-1077

Downtown Delray Beach is located primarily on Atlantic Avenue, between Swinton Avenue and the drawbridge over the Intracoastal Waterway. Considered the main street of Delray Beach, this busy thoroughfare offers a wide array of antique shops, galleries, clothing boutiques, jewelry and gift selections, in addition to a number of fine restaurants and clubs. Brick-paved sidewalks lined with palm and oak trees create a charming ambiance which makes for a perfect day or evening walk. Explore stylish fashion boutiques, art galleries and dozens of gift shops to find one-of-a-kind treasures. Some businesses can be found on the side streets off Atlantic Avenue. Although a bit quieter, Pineapple Grove extends just north of Atlantic Avenue along NE Second Avenue. Another landmark of historic Delray Beach are the railroad tracks running through the heart of downtown across Atlantic Avenue. A part of Delray Beach's past, the Florida East Coast Railway line is currently used for hauling freight. But if plans to bring passenger traffic back to the line come to fruition, the tracks could also be a part of Delray Beach's future. Shop to your heart’s content before settling back for a few sundowners at one of the many trendy bars and restaurants.

Peacock Bass Fishing Tours 1455 Lake Ida Rd, Delray Beach, 954 771-5833

Peacock Bass Fishing Tours will take you out for a splendid day on the water fishing for species like peacock bass, largemouth bass, bluegill, and redear sunfish. Suitable for first-timers or experienced anglers, you’ll cruise the canals around Boca Raton as you cast your line into the perpetually-calm waters. Enjoy views of nature as well as extravagant real estate along the waterfront. All equipment is included and guests are welcome to bring food and drinks (no glass) on board. When you climb aboard our local experts fishing vessel, you will get the opportunity to get a fully-guided fishing charter equipped with all light-tackle spinning rods and reels, along with a cooler, ice and water. You can rest assured that when you go out fishing with these local experts, you will get on fish. Bring your friends, families, and loved ones aboard for a fishing adventure you will never forget.

Silverball Museum 19 NE 3rd Ave., Delray Beach, FL (561) 266-3294

If you have always thought of yourself as the pinball wizard, the arcade champion, then the Silverball Museum is definitely worth a visit. Featuring more than 150 video games and pinball machines dating as far back as the 1930s, this museum brings a bit of nostalgia to visitors of all ages. This two storey museum evokes childhood memories for adults while creating new memories for younger generations used to online multi-player games. The 9,000-square-foot museum offers classic video games such as Ms. Pac-Man, two floors of pinball machines, arcade games and even the original skeeball alleys from New York’s Coney Island – Eldorado Arcade. The best part? All the games are set to free play, which means unlimited plays are included in your admission.

Dada 52 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach, FL (561) 330-3232

One of the best places to eat in the Delray area is at Dada. The restaurant opened in Delray in the year 2000 in one of the oldest historic homes, the Tarrimore house circa 1924 listed as an historic site in Delray Beach. The eclectic interior and revolving artwork compliment the creative cuisine, which is sustainably and locally sourced. Eat indoors or step out into the garden and sit around the huge Mangrove tree in the centre of the courtyard. Dada is non-conformist. It allows their food, atmosphere and staff artistic license, so to speak, to explore beyond the normal convention. It's hard to say what Dada is best known for, the arty interior or the menu, featuring such favorites as bacon-wrapped dates with goat cheese and chorizo, or the events calendar with some kind of live music or cultural happening pretty much every night of the week. Movies in the backyard every Saturday and a once a month craft market are turning Dada into a lifestyle rather than just a restaurant.

The New Vegan 528 NE 2nd Street, Delray Beach, FL 561-404-5301

The New Vegan is where the locals go for their plant-based fix. This restaurant prides itself on its motto of “you don’t need to be Vegan to eat Vegan”. I t's a light, simple, cafe-style place, serving up wholesome burgers, salads, wraps and melts. All 100% vegan. Chef Jones has created the easiest way to get the healthiest food on the planet to the people she cares about the most. If you are looking for meals that are easy to cook, healthy, and that fit your dietary restrictions at an affordable price, then The New Vegan has you covered!

About Delray Beach, FL

Delray Beach is an exciting, elegant and yet unpretentious oasis in South Florida and has a diverse, vibrant community. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean between Boca Raton and West Palm Beach, this small and intimate town with big city sophistication, is a mere 15 minutes from Palm Beach International airport, 30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale International Airport, and only an hour north of Miami. The earliest known human inhabitants of what is now Delray Beach were the Jaega people. Few other recorded details of these local indigenous settlements have survived. The first non-indigenous group to build a settlement was a party of African Americans from the panhandle of Florida, who began farming around 1884. By 1894 the black community was large enough to establish the first school in the area. Settlers from all over, including the Bahamas and Japan moved into the area in the 1900’s and the name Delray was adopted. The land boom of the 20’s brought investors to the area in droves and Delray became known as a top vacation spot. Today, the town is a 3 time winner of the coveted All-America City award. A beach destination with culture, sports, art, shopping, and nightlife on a back drop of South Beach glamour and island ease of Key West.

Whatever the reason for visiting Delray Beach, is the only company you should use for any and all transportation needs. Our aim is to make your trip as easy as possible with our state of the art online reservation portal which matches you to a vehicle in a matter of minutes. Book a bus for between 55 and 60 people or choose a charter if your group is smaller, either way, we have you covered! With the best service and the best prices, BusRental is the company to call to take the worry out of all your transportation needs. You book the fun, we’ll take care of the rest.

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 Delray 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 Delray Beach

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

On average a charter bus in Delray 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 Delray Beach?

Delray 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 Delray 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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