Located just south of Phoenix, Chandler offers a peaceful stop for groups on college tours or business travelers. The vintage Desert Breeze Railroad draws train-lovers, while Veterans Oasis Park provides glimpses of the starkly beautiful Sonoran Desert landscape. Call GOGO Charters at 1-855-826-6770 to book a charter bus for your next trip to Arizona.
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For your next trip to Chandler, Arizona, let GOGO Charters find the perfect transportation option for your group. No matter how many people you're traveling with, we'll hand-pick a bus that's right for you.
Choose from minibuses, full-sized charter buses, and everything in between. You'll enjoy premium amenities such as on-board WiFi, reclining seats, air conditioning, and more while your personal driver transports you directly to each stop on your itinerary.
Not sure which bus you need? Read our guide to finding the best bus type for your group or give our reservation specialists a call at 1-855-826-6770. We'll answer any questions you may have and provide you with a free, personalized quote! We're available 24/7 and always happy to help.
If you're someone who is intrigued by transportation and the past, you may want to take the time to visit the Arizona Railway Museum, which was founded in 1983. This unique museum offers guided tours for people who want to check out the property's various displays. You can also opt to walk around the museum on your own.
Another big attraction in the city is called Hohokam Pima National Monument. This landmark is part of the Gila River Indian community and showcases an ancient village that was inhabited between 300 AD and 1200 AD.
If you want to relax and take in a bit of culture while you're in the Phoenix area, spend an evening at the Center for the Arts on North Arizona Avenue. This center is a popular spot for fans of theater, live music, visual arts, festivals, and much more.
Shopping is also a big attraction in the city. If you're looking to make some purchases, swing by Fashion Center, the second largest mall in the Phoenix area. It has been in existence since the fall of 2001 and houses more than 180 stores available to shoppers. If you need to shop for work attire, bridal dresses, electronics, sunglasses, footwear, toys, handbags, cosmetics, skincare, maternity clothing, or practically anything else under the sun, Fashion Center probably has exactly what you need.
The mall is also full of delectable dining options. If you don't have a lot of time to chow down, you can place an order with a fast food joint in the mall; or, if you want to slow down and take it easy, you can enjoy a relaxing meal at a full-service eatery in the mall.
Ready to get started? Call our reservation specialists any time at 1-855-826-6770. Whether you're traveling for a wedding, company event, school event, church outing, or other private vacation, we'll make sure you travel in comfort with a personalized bus, both locally and from long distances such as Denver or Albuquerque. We're available 24/7 to answer questions and provide you with a free, no-obligation quote! Call us today to reserve your bus.
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