It's hard to find a more scenic city than Bozeman. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, this beautiful destination draws youth and outdoor groups who want to camp, hike, or ski as well as school groups planning to visit the dinosaurs at the Museum of the Rockies. GOGO Charters can help you find a comfortable Bozeman charter bus rental to take you anywhere in the area or throughout Montana. Our group transportation services also span nationwide, making it easy to travel long distances with a charter bus rental to Boise, a shuttle bus rental to Denver, or rides anywhere across the country. Give us a call at 1-855-826-6770 to book your Montana charter bus rental for an adventure in the mountains!
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The best way to travel to Bozeman, Montana with a group? With a bus rental through the GOGO Charters reservation system. Don’t worry about directions, traffic, or parking when you can let your GOGO driver handle that part of the trip while you take in all of the city's interest points
Experienced drivers and top of the line amenities, like reclining seats, on-board restrooms, WiFi, and more make GOGO Charters your best charter bus option. With a variety of buses, from 18-passenger minibuses to full-sized coaches that carry 56 passengers, we can accommodate any sized group.
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If you are looking for more variety, exhibits, and information, then look no further than MOR: the Museum of the Rockies. The building is home to one of the largest collections of prehistoric fossils on the planet, and the largest number of T. Rex fossils in the entire world. Visitors can see dinosaur eggs and babies, as well as teeth and horns. The Bowman Dinosaur Viewing Laboratory shows museum volunteers removing specimens from rocks and preparing them to be studied.
Also in the area is the American Computer and Robotics Museum. One of USA Today’s 10 Best Free Museums in the USA, this museum has been dedicated to preserving artifacts of the information age since 1990. It showcases the history of technology from the early abacus and tablet to the modern iPhone. The museum also houses robots, which are sure to interest young kids.
Bridger Bowl is a ski area located on the Bridger Mountain Range. In the Bridger Bowl Ski Shop, you can rent gear, have your own gear repaired, and buy official merchandise. Certified instructors are available for skiers of all experience levels. Bridger Bowl offers ski and stay packages with over forty lodging options from locally owned motels to luxury suites. Regardless of where you choose to stay, Bridger Bowl celebrates Bozeman's small town vibe, highlighting the things that make the city unique, like craft beers, local roasted coffee, and live music.
Looking for something a little more upscale? The Big Sky Resort features top of the line amenities and atmosphere. Big Sky offers a wide range of lodging options from modest motels to swanky chalets. In the Huntley Lodge, you can relax in the 3,000-square-foot Solace Spa and Salon. There are over fifty restaurants in the area, serving everything from sushi to bison steak. Big Sky Montana is dedicated to excellence; the resort has plans to build the “American Alps” by 2025.
Although Big Sky Resort offers affordable ski and stay packages, skiing is far from the only thing to do there in the winter. You can also enjoy the snow and crisp mountain air by dog sledding, snowshoe touring, or taking a sleigh ride. Summer activities include, but are not limited to, archery, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, and mountain biking. The summer is also the best time to explore Yellowstone National Park, and Big Sky is just a coach ride from the grounds.
The heart of Yellowstone National Park is several hours from Bozeman, but you can still explore Montana’s Yellowstone Country during your trip. As soon as you enter the area, it’s no wonder why it became America’s first national park; the wide blue skies, diverse wildlife, and sky-piercing mountains would have been greatly missed if they had not been protected. There are plenty of opportunities to get outside and experience Montana’s natural beauty, like camping, hiking, fishing, and rafting. Community festivals and concerts are often held outside in the summer. The charter ride to your destinations is sure to be a scenic one.
A trip to Bozeman should be full of fun and exploration, not the hassle of driving. Don’t waste any of your valuable time on stressful traveling situations. We’ve helped thousands of groups organize transportation for weddings, company events, sports events, church trips, school trips, and more. Rent a bus and let us take you through all of Bozeman’s attractions by calling 1-855-826-6770.
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