Headed to Virginia Beach? Let us get you there! We love any reason to get to this sunny East Coast hot spot during the popular summer months.
If you’re traveling from Richmond, VA or farther for a shoreline gathering, pack lots of SPF 50 and a beach umbrella or two for some well-deserved beach time. But if you’re coming from just “up the road” in Newport News or Norfolk, maybe you’re already familiar with the everything the Chesapeake Bay has to offer:
Deep-sea fishing adventures, sunset weddings on the beach, festivals at the Virginia Beach Boardwalk, field trips to Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center—the list could go on. When you’re ready to reserve your private charter bus for your next trip, call (757) 271-2833 and one of our reservation specialists will work with you to set up the perfect fleet for your needs in Virginia Beach.
Here are just a few of the companies that have trusted us with their group transportation needs.
When you’re traveling, you want to be sure you’re safe, comfortable, and on time. You’ll get that with GOGO Charters. One of our top priorities is to set you up with the most reliable buses on the roads. They’re fitted with premium amenities like air conditioning and plush, reclining seats. You can also choose to have a bus with televisions and DVD players to play movies for young crowds, or let everyone plug into free WiFi and do their own thing.
Choose from a variety of bus types to meet your needs, like 56 passenger motorcoaches and 18 passenger minibuses. Our bus drivers are well-vetted, experienced professionals who handle all of the logistics of transportation, from gas and mileage to where to park. When you rent a bus with GOGO Charters, the journey is simplified.
We know planning a wedding is stressful, so let us take the load off of at least one thing: wedding day transportation. GOGO Charters can hook you up with a shuttle bus for your guests or wedding party on the day you say “I do.”
Say you’re getting married at the Virginia Beach Wedding Chapel, but your reception is at The Water Table or The Lesner Inn. A private charter bus can cart your entire guest list from one location to the next with no sweat off your back. Your personal driver will have your itinerary, and manage the schedule to have everyone transported together, on time and comfortably. They can even start the party early on the bus—pop some champagne and say cheers!
When traveling for a sporting tournament or competition, the first logistical hiccup is always “Where will I store all of my stuff?” Renting a charter bus easily checks this item off the list. You’ll get plenty of overhead and luggage bay storage for sports bags and heavy equipment like volleyball nets, soccer balls, and fishing poles. Not to mention plenty of room to lean back and take it easy before game time.
Maybe you need to load up the bus for the annual North American Sand Soccer Championships in June. Or maybe you’re headed to town for the Virginia Beach Tuna Tournament and will need to be shuttled around for a few days. No matter what brings you and your sports team to Virginia Beach, we’ve got you covered.
If you’re wondering how to transport a classroom full of kids or teens from the schoolhouse to any of Virginia Beach’s educational sites, wonder no more. You can rent as many charter buses as you need for your next field trip, and keep the kids comfortable and entertained in transit.
Maybe you’re headed to the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center or Hunt Club Farm for the day. Schedule your personal charter bus fleet to arrive in the morning, and file the kids into their individual seats. Ask your reservation specialist to secure you a bus with televisions and DVD players, and during the ride, play one of the class’s favorite movies or television shows. Free WiFi and on-board lavatories will help alleviate any issues with boredom or needing to use the restroom that might pop up along the way.
Virginia Beach is stockpiled with hundreds of events and activities to do with large groups.
The Virginia Beach Boardwalk hosts group events and festivals throughout the year. It spans 3 miles of walkway for bikes and rollerblading, sidewalk entertainers, free concerts, restaurants, and the Virginia Beach Fishing Pier. Don’t leave without a group photo in front of the King Neptune Statue, a famous 34-foot-high bronze tribute to the god of the sea.
The Neptune Festival hosts a variety of family-friendly, fun events that are totally worth rallying a crowd to see. When September rolls around, call GOGO Charters to rent a charter bus for festival happenings like Boardwalk Weekend, the International Sand Sculpting Championship, the Neptune Atlantic Regatta, and the Fall Wine Festival.
Virginia Beach is one of the best East Coast summer spots for sun, sand, nature, and entertainment. For your next trip to this beautiful beach town, rent a private charter bus with GOGO Charters and secure reliable, streamlined transportation to meet your needs.
Not sure where to begin? Read our complete guide to charter bus rentals or call our reservation specialists at (757) 271-2833. We’re available 24/7 and always able to answer your questions and provide a free, personalized quote.
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