Consider GOGO Charters your go-to for minibus and charter bus rentals in El Paso, throughout Texas, and across the Southwest! Our team is dedicated to pairing each travel group with a perfect and personalized ride plan—from UT-El Paso campus tours to ranch-style weddings, tailgates at the Sun Bowl to employee shuttles services to and from your local office, and more!
Call (915) 260-6233 whenever you’re ready to get started. Our 24/7 representatives will even offer you a free, no-obligation quote for your El Paso bus rental!
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El Paso, Texas is a popular city for tourists and locals, but with busy streets and unreliable public transportation, it might be difficult for groups to get around. That is why most groups travel by charter bus. Securing a charter bus is easy, especially if you decide to work with GOGO Charters.
GOGO Charters helps match you with your perfect minibus or motorcoach. We have access to various types of charter buses, like 18-passenger minibuses and full-sized coaches, ideal for any type of event. Ride in style with a choice of premium amenities, like reclining seats, WiFi, power outlets, restrooms, and more.
Call us to plan your trip in El Paso. Our reservation specialists are available 24/7 at 1-855-826-6770.
There are plenty of interesting sights to see and things to do in El Paso, so you should take your time and plan an itinerary for your trip.
Museums: There aren't many museums in El Paso, but the ones that are waiting for you there are certainly worth a visit. The Centennial Museum focuses on temporary and permanent exhibitions dedicated to the life and culture of the Borderlands, while the Museum of Archeology at Wilderness Park has many interesting stories about the local past, and also trails that offer superb views of the Franklin Mountains and their fascinating flora.
Gardens: The most remarkable gardens in El Paso are surely the Chihuahuan Desert Gardens, which house over 600 native plant species. These gardens form the setting for the FloraFest, an event that takes place every April giving visitors the opportunity to purchase native plants such as yucca, cacti and agave. The El Paso Zoo can also be considered for your itinerary if you have the time.
Sights: Fort Bliss Army Base is one of the most visited sights in El Paso by those who are passionate about the military. There are plenty of military surplus stores waiting for visitors there.
Casino: If you're searching for a fun night out in the city, the Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino can be an interesting destination. It is open daily and has over 700 slot machines. Guests are also invited to attend live shows and concerts.
Day Trips: Groups who come to El Paso usually choose to rent a charter bus for their sightseeing trips to Phoenix, as well as San Diego, San Antonio, Tuscon, Amarillo, Albuquerque, Denver, and Fort Worth.
Live reservation agents are available 24/7
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