Anchorage Charter Bus Rentals from GOGO Charters

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If you have been searching for an organized way to travel with your group in Anchorage, search no further than GOGO Charters. With access to a variety of charter buses, from 18-passenger minibuses to full-sized 56-passenger coaches, we can accommodate groups of any size. Enjoy a selection of premium amenities like reclining seats, air conditioning, on-board restrooms, WiFi, and more. Whether you're traveling in Anchorage or you need an Alaska charter bus to travel across the state, we'll find the perfect bus rental option for you. 

Make your next trip to Anchorage one to remember with stress-free group transportation. Call us 24/7 at 1-855-826-6770 to speak to an experienced reservation specialist and reserve a charter bus rental.

Whether you need 1 bus or 50, we can help you.

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Anchorage Minibus & Charter Bus Rentals

Alaska has long been the place of extreme adventure and survival. It boasts world-class mountaineering opportunities, whale sightings, and cultural exhibits. Anchorage is home to many amazing excursions and events, and a trip here is one that will leave your mind, heart, and camera full. Ready to get your group to Anchorage to experience it for yourself? GOGO Charters is here to help!


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Experience the Wild

There are many options to enjoy the beauty of The Last Frontier. Enjoy a guided hiking tour of the Matanuska Glacier. In the tour, guests are provided snacks and driven to the starting point of the hike, where their guide gives them in-depth knowledge the history and geology of the area. Your coach will drop you off and pick you up at the starting the location so your day can be focused on experiencing the beauty of Anchorage.

To venture out on your own a little bit, take some time in Kenai Fjords National Park. This park is located near the Harding Icefield, where nearly 40 glaciers come to meet. There is limited hiking at Exit Glacier, but visitors can partake in a boat tour of the area and learn about the aquatic aspect of the park.

No visit to Alaska is complete with spending some time in the snow. Hilltop Ski Area features 30 acres of groomed trails, an adjunct Nordic ski area, and a terrain park. Another lodge in the area, Arctic Valley, has a tubing park as well. In the summer months, the area has excellent hiking trails available.

Check out the Chugach National Forest, a plot of forest land nearly the size of New Hampshire. Because it borders many waterways, it is an excellent place to kayak, boat, fish, and enjoy beautiful views of glaciers and mountains. There are wonderful day drives available, as well as guided tours.

Eat Local

Alaskans like to take it easy, and eating in the state means you get to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere as well. Stop in at Moose's Tooth Pub and Pizzeria to enjoy a wide selection of craft beers made from their own brewery, hand-tossed pizzas, and delicious desserts.

If you prefer a burger, try Tommy's Burger Stop. Voted the best burger in the state, this restaurant focuses on providing unique and savory burger options all day. Try a Po-Boy, a Cheesesteak, or a traditional burger. Either way, you won't be disappointed.

Learn the History of Anchorage

Get face to face with ancient artifacts at Beluga Point Site. Here you'll find artifacts dating as far back as 10,000 years ago. During migration season, viewers can also spot beluga whales as they come to feed on the migrating salmon.

To learn more about the native Alaskans and their way of life, visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center. The center is an introduction to the cultures of Alaska, and educates visitors on the art, language, and music of the indigenous people. It is closed to the public most of the year, but has spectacular winter events for all to enjoy, including a holiday bazaar and music festival.

A Slower Pace

For easy and fun indoor activities, head over the Dimond Center. In this nearly 750,000 square foot mall, visitors and shoppers enjoy bowling, ice skating, or a movie. Another amazing indoor option is H2Oasis Indoor Water Park. With multiple rides, water cannons, and a lazy river, rainy or cold days don't have to make you bored.

A great option for families or those with children in the group is to take a day and visit the Alaska Zoo. The zoo features animals more native to the area, like polar bears, brown bears, and caribou. It also has a petting zoo for the young in age and heart, and a lake with swans.

Your trip to Anchorage holds many different opportunities, outings, and events. Take your time when exploring the city and leave the traffic, navigation, and parking to us.

Day Trips: Groups visiting Anchorage often take their charter bus to sightseeing trips in surrounding cities like Seattle, Portland, Spokane, and Tacoma.

Explore Anchorage with the Best Charter Bus Company

Group transportation is simple when you partner with GOGO Charters. Our experience in arranging group transportation for weddings, company events, sports teams, church groups, school groups, and more make us the #1 charter bus company in Anchorage and the US. Call us today at 1-855-826-6770 to plan your trip today.

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