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Whether you’re looking for a charter bus or minibus in Tucson for a wedding, corporate event, long distance arrangements, or anything else, our reservation agents are available 24/7 to accommodate your every need. Call us today at (520) 204-1602 to learn more about how we can assist you.
Reliable transportation is one of the key elements to having an enjoyable experience on your trip. No matter the destination, you can rely on GOGO Charters for a guaranteed and safe charter bus service. We've planned everything from local trips for groups traveling between Tucson and Phoenix to long-distance journeys as far as Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Denver.
GOGO Charters operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that your bus rental is there to take you around when you need it, whether it be a 18-35 passenger minibus, or a 56-passenger charter bus. Save yourself the stress of finding transportation, and book a charter bus equipped with cutting-edge amenities such as WiFi, DVD players, flat-screen TVs, luggage bays, and more. Don't leave your transportation in the hands of rideshare apps and cab drivers, choose someone you can rely on.
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Your first stop in Tucson should be the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Here you can discover what makes the Tucson area such an unique and rich land of culture, wildlife and history. The museum is more than just a museum. It also functions as a zoo, aquarium, botanical garden and art gallery. Each area of the compound has something exciting to teach whether it is about the animal inhabitants of the world or the types of flora found in beautiful Arizona. The museum is made up of over 20 acres of desert land that is a one of a kind experience.
San Xavier del Bac
Located just 10 miles south of Tucson is the San Xavier del Bac Mission, a Spanish Catholic mission that dates back to 1692. It is the oldest structure of its kind in the state. You can spend an entire day exploring the mission and taking in its unique history. There are tours available, but you may also choose to roam the grounds yourself. There is a small gift shop where you can pick up a special gift for a loved one to share a piece of the American Southwest.
Pima Air & Space Museum
Another place that you might want to see is the Pima Air & Space Museum. The museum rests on over 80 acres of land and is home to over 300 different types of aircraft and space vehicles, making it a very special air museum. If you are a history buff or an aviation fanatic you will love the Pima Air & Space Museum.
Exhibits include indoor and outdoor galleries of planes that date back to the dawn of flight. There are airplanes from the Second World War all the way up to modern military conflicts. The space exhibits are what make this museum a highlight of the Tucson area. You can learn about man's race to space and all of the technology that has spawned from it.
Kitt Peak National Observatory
The Kitt Peak National Observatory is a great way to spend an afternoon and evening. Here you can enjoy hiking, camping, dining and stargazing.
The observatory rests at just over 7,000 feet making it a great place to see the surrounding area. At night the sky is lit up with millions of stars, and it makes for an amazing experience that you will remember for the rest of your life. Hours of operation are from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM unless staying for overnight activities.
GOGO Charters is here to ensure you have the riding experience of your life. Trust us to transport you to corporate meetings, sports matches, church outings, weddings, school events, and so much more. Call us today at (520) 204-1602 to learn more about how we can assist you.
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