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Located in southern Florida’s Collier County along the Gulf Coast, Naples may be one of the affluent hubs of the state, but it’s definitely not a snob. The quaint feel of this city makes it a vacationer’s dream, whether you’re there to shop to your heart’s content or relax on some of the best beaches in the country and the best way to get around this veritable mecca is on board one of BusRental’s incredible shuttle buses or charters. Why bother with driving yourself when you can be chauffeured around town in style and luxury? Our on-line reservation hub makes it easy to book any one of our vehicles, from bigger charters that can transport up to 60 people to smaller mini buses for 15 to 30 passengers. Our friendly staff is on hand to answer any questions or help with reservations. There is no better way to see the sights of Florida’s West Coast than in a luxurious BusRental charter.

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Things to do in Naples, FL

Rod and Gun Club360 Mamie St, Chokoloskee, (239) 695-2989

With this much history, there is no shortage of preserved spaces highlighting the origins of the town. One of the best of these is Everglades City and its neighboring areas. Visit the Everglades Rod and Gun Club for a trip into the early 1900’s Stuffed animals adorn the walls and dark hardwood floors, Tiffany lamps with stained-glass and fringed shades light up nautical antiques and wooden roll-top desks which hide old maps and hundred-year old newspaper clippings. Relax on the wide porch overlooking the Barron River or spend a day fishing and canoeing deep into the 10000 Islands area of the Everglades. While Everglades City and Immokalee perfectly preserve the county's natural wonders, Chokoloskee and Ochopee in Collier County keep local history alive with quaint landmarks. See Ochopee's Post Office, the smallest in the U.S or the Historic Smallwood Store in Chokoloskee to view artifacts from Florida’s pioneer history.

Tigertail Public Beach430 Hernando Dr, Marco Island, FL 34145, (239) 252-4000

The first thing to do when you get to Naples is cruise down the palm tree lined streets to the closest beach to take in a deep breath of salt air and sink your toes into the soft white sand. Naples beaches consistently rank among the best beaches in the world. All of the beaches offer public access with no bridges to cross and very little traffic. All of the beaches in Naples are incredible, featuring soft white sand and the clearest blue waters, but these are our two favourites. Tigertail Public Beach is one of the most popular spots on Marco Island and one of the best beaches in Naples, Florida. The tidal pools are full of fish and sea life and you can swim out to Sand Dollar Island, once an offshore sandbar. Tigertail Public Beach has boardwalks, a bathhouse, showers, restrooms, a playground, small concession and rental stand, as well as a butterfly garden. Our other favorite spot is Lowdermilk Park, a hot spot for visitors and locals alike. There are plenty of picnic tables for family or group get togethers, a playground for kids, a volleyball court and even a duck pond. At the end of the day it's an ideal place to watch the sunset.

Cruisin Tikis2891 Bayview Dr, Naples, FL 34112, (239) 734-0670

What is better than seeing some of the scenery in and around the waterways and inlets of Naples? Seeing them from your seat at the bar of course...Cruisin Tikis is the newest way to travel around the waterways while sipping your favourite cocktails or brews. The most photographed boats on the waterways launch from the Three60 Market Restaurant Dock on Haldeman’s Creek near Celebration Park. Bring your own food and drinks or order from Three60 Market or Dilly's Seafood who both deliver to the boat before your arrival. Then sit at your own personal bar while cruising Naples Bay and the back canals of Port Royal, Aqua Shore Lanes and Royal Harbor by Tin City. Each Tiki can accommodate up to 6 people and for larger groups, the boats cruise together and link via a walkway. Definitely a must-do when in Naples.

Mercato9132 Strada Place, Suite 215 Naples, FL (239) 254-1080

Naples’ laid back lifestyle extends to it’s shopping centres, where chic boutiques and high-end luxury stores share space with trendy bars and restaurants. One of the best spots to do a bit of vacation shopping is Mercato with over 20 upscale retailers. Whether shopping for an anniversary gift or getting a new set of golf clubs, Mercato has the perfect mix of stores for any buyers’ needs. The centre hosts a vibrant year-round event calendar with most events free and open to the public. On the first Thursday of every month, the centre hosts free open air concerts in every genre, from bluegrass to blues, rockabilly to country, and alternative to classic rock. Every third Tuesday, bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy a free film on the lawn across from The Pub and Yogurbella. Film selections shown on the giant inflatable screen range from classics to animated favorites.

Cavo Lounge9108 Strada Place Suite 14120, Naples, (239) 431-8706

While at Mercato, pop into Cavo Lounge, one of the city’s most iconic restaurants/nightclubs that offers some entertaining Drag show brunches and Girls Night out Specials. The elegant lounge atmosphere and crafted cocktails ensure that patrons are comfortable and well looked after. Cavo specialises in small plates which makes it ideal for groups sharing a tasting menu. Sit out on the patio and order the gyros (both chicken and beef are incredible), the zucchini chips and the chef’s special sliders for the table. Wash it all down with some of the best cocktails in town. Happy hour is twice a day seven days a week and makes this one of the most affordable eateries in town. Hang around for the late night entertainment seven nights a week. Cavo Lounge hosts a tea dance/Drag Brunch 2 to 8 p.m. every third Sunday of the month and they are well worth attending. There's a special brunch menu, including steak and eggs Benedict, baked frittata, and French toast with saffron and lemon maple syrup.

Celebration Park Naples2880 Becca Ave, Naples, (239) 316-7253

Local entrepreneur Rebecca Maddox, sparked a wave of revitalization along Bayshore Drive and her latest endeavour has lined up eight independently owned food trucks along a sidewalk leading to a full service bar. There’s live music, yard games and picnic tables, but the stars of the show are the trucks serving everything from curry to pizza, seafood to beignets. Try Beer-battered sheepshead smothered in a creamy mustard tartar sauce from Dilly’s Seafood where it’s so fresh, it’s probably still swimming, or sample a burger topped with applewood bacon, sauteed mushrooms, Wisconsin cheddar and fig goat cheese from Gigi Gourmet. Red’s does 10 inch pies right next door to Nawty Hogg’s classically good barbecue with all the fixings. End off your meal at Dutchkins, serving powdered sugar beignets and traditional Dutch poffers with mouthwatering fillings and glazes. It’s a food-lovers dream and weight-watchers nightmare!

About Naples, FL

Naples is known for a slower pace than many of its big-city neighbors. For those more interested in long walks along the beach than night clubs, it may just be the perfect destination. It’s closest to two of Florida’s largest natural attractions and is pretty much in the middle of Cape Coral to the north and beautiful, laid back Marco Island to the south. Calusa Indians were the first occupants of the land, digging canals and building huge shell temples. While the Calusa warriors fended off many European explorers, including Juan Ponce de Leon who discovered Southwest Florida in 1513, they eventually succumbed to warfare and European disease epidemics like smallpox. In 1887, a group of Kentucky investors bought up most of the area from its early settlers and one of their first improvements was the construction of a 600 foot pier into the Gulf of Mexico which allowed larger ships to dock in the port. The Bay was so beautiful and many likened it to Naples in Italy and the name was born. In 1911, Baron G. Collier bought most of the area and with the promise of the Tamiami Trail, the State Legislature created Collier County with Naples as it’s seat. Today, Naples enjoys unparalleled prosperity. And the area's incredible sport fishing, hunting, boating, sun bathing, and beach combing attract people today just as it did a century ago.

The city wears its affluence and easy island style equally well, making it a great destination. BusRental will transport you in luxurious comfort on those romantic or luxury getaways, family vacations, Everglades adventures, or chill beach vibes. Whether you need a 60-seater bus for a work function or a 15-30 seat minibus for a family getaway, there is no better transport company to contact. Let us take the strain out of your trip by taking care of all your transport needs. We have you covered.

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 Naples

  • 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 Naples

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

On average a charter bus in Naples 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 Naples?

Naples 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 Naples. 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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