Boise Charter Bus Rentals from GOGO Charters

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Are you planning a group trip to Boise, Idaho? Home of the historic Oregan Trail, the Old Idaho Penitentiary Site as well as the Boise River Greenbelt, there's no limit to the attractions you can discover.

Rely on GOGO Charters for a streamlined group trip in and around Boise. We're here to pair you with any private charter bus or minibus rental of your choice, based on your schedule and budget. In addition, the driver onboard will ensure a safe and smooth ride for your group.

Our reservation team is available around the clock to assist with your group trip. Contact us 1-855-826-6770 to rent your Boise charter bus rental today!

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Charter a Bus in Boise

Bus rental services provided by GOGO Charters are top of the line and nationally recognized. Servicing over 300 cities, GOGO Charters operates 18- to 35-passenger minibuses all the way up to 56-passenger charter buses. When you book your bus, you're also offered premium amenities such as WiFi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, lavatories, and more. Boise is a great place with a lot to offer, so make sure you make the most of your time here!

Take a Break Outside

Located conveniently right downtown, the Greenbelt is a 25-mile paved pathway that follows the river. On it, pedestrians stroll over bridges and through tunnels as they enjoy the sound of the river. It begins at the Lucky Peak Reservoir, which is also a state park, just outside of the city. A popular summer activity is to float the river on tubes, kayaks, or rafts. This 6-mile stretch of ice-cold water includes sliding down three diversion dams and can even give floaters a rare view of wild deer. You can either bring your own tube or raft or rent one for a modest price at the put-in area.

Whether it is summer or winter, Bogus Basin Recreation Area is a hot-spot for outdoor enthusiasts. During the colder months, the area uses only natural snow to facilitate multiple ski and snowboard runs. In the summer months hikers can find miles of trails covering the landscape and connecting to other areas in the foothills. It is a great spot for mountain bikers or day hikers.

The foothills are the most prominent feature of the area and proudly offer many choices for hiking and biking. Using the Ridge to Rivers trail guide, visitors can walk anywhere from trails near the downtown area to longer walks through gulches and canyons deeper in the foothills. A popular hike is up to the iconic Table Rock. This flat surface is a reached by a steep, but short, climb, and once at the top, hikers can explore natural caves.

Eat Local

Visitors won't want to miss Goldy's delicious breakfasts. This popular restaurant is small on the inside but harkens back to the old theater days. They serve delicious breakfast and lunch dishes that are made from scratch on the spot.

If you're up for it, you can also stop for a bite to eat at Westside Drive-In. Featured on the popular television series Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Westside focuses on providing great tasting food with a fun atmosphere. Guests can choose to eat in their car or stop by and enjoy lunch at a table.

Enjoy a Slow Day

Staying around the city can be just as much fun as exploring the hills that sit behind it. Check out the Boise Zoo, located in Julia Davis Park, where guests can enjoy checking out a wide variety of animals, from primates to large jungle cats. At the edge of the park is the Boise Art Museum, filled with beautiful paintings and modern sculptures.

An excellent option for engaging museum visits is also the Old Idaho Penitentiary. Visitors get to see the inside of cells, read about famous inmates, and take a look at what life was like behind bars in the early 20th Century. This museum is conveniently located directly beside trail heads for an added day out in the open.

Quaint shops and a small-town feel are both combined in Hyde Park. This little community is a great place for a calm neighborhood walk, enjoying old homes, and a tasty ice cream cone or square of fudge. The area is near Camel's Back Park, which is a gateway to the foothills. The park has a children's play area, tennis courts, and a challenging incline that offers a great view of the city.

Take a trip to Boise and enjoy the best of small-town America combined with a growing and bustling capitol. Idaho is full of surprises and quality entertainment. Bringing your group to this city ensures you a great time and will keep you coming back for more.

Day trips: Groups who rent a bus in Boise also visit nearby cities like Meridian, Seattle, and Salt Lake City to experience a myriad of unique cultural activities. 

Book a Coach with GOGO Charters

Place your transportation in the hands of professionals. Avoid rideshare apps and public transportation, and rely on a nationwide proivder to get you where you need to go. Whether it be a church outing, a company meetup, a school trip, a wedding, or a sports competition, GOGO Charters is here to get you there, and it all starts with a call to 1-855-826-6770

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