The Bus Tour Blog

Electric vs Natural Gas vs Diesel Fuel Buses

December 7th, 2018 by

We know that a group of people traveling on a charter tour bus is so much better for the environment than everyone driving their own cars to get to the destination. One bus uses about five percent of the fuel … Continue reading

A artist's rendition of a blue electric bus with a black power cord projecting out the back.

A Glimpse Into the Future of Bus Travel?

November 27th, 2018 by

We all have our past experiences, and when the word ‘bus ride’ is mentioned we may revert back to thinking about those long rides on a noisy hot yellow school bus. Some will think of the last bus trip they … Continue reading

rainbow-like swirl of colors follows a futuristic bus on a highway.

Winter North East Travel Destinations

October 26th, 2018 by

In the Northeast, every season has its special quality. While winter brings the cold chilly weather for a few months, it also ushers in a variety of amazing events and travel destinations that are too good to miss. Even if … Continue reading

The Portland Dead Lighthouse during winter in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

Why Millennials Love Bus Travel

September 25th, 2018 by

We know that Millennials love bus travel. There are over 80 million Millennials, and many seek adventure without a pre-planned travel structure. A bus trip is the perfect transportation to those desired destinations.

Millennials sitting around a fountain in a city looking at their smart phones and computers while laughing and having fun with their friends.

The Amazing Northeast Fall Foliage

August 16th, 2018 by

There are four seasons, and they all have their special attributes. There is one season in the Northeast that has a special moment – one that only lasts a brief time. Fall has a burst of color. The trees go … Continue reading

A country farm stone barn with large white silo along a two lane country road within the beautiful fall foilage.