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Bus Rentals in Palm Springs, California

Whether going on a West Coast tour with family and friends or arranging city-to-city travel for your clients, trust BusRates to find the right Palm Springs bus charter for you. If you are traveling around the Riverside County area, BusRates can make sure your trip runs smoothly.


Bus Types

Within the BusRates directory, you'll find listings for operators with a wide range of bus types available for rent in New York City, including full-sized motorcoaches, party buses, sprinter vans and limousines. Choosing the right vehicle to accommodate your group is an important part of ensuring everyone is safe and comfortable on your trip.

Visit our overview resource to learn about the types of buses available and determine which is the best fit for your next trip to New York City.


As you search for the perfect charter bus rental in New York City, you'll want to keep in mind the amenities you need to make your trip comfortable and convenient. Different buses and vehicles vary widely, but common amenities include air conditioning, luggage space, entertainment systems, onboard restrooms and accessibility accommodations.

Things to Do in Palm Springs, California

With great weather, endless views of stunning scenery and various activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the gorgeous desert city of Palm Springs. 

Treat yourself by playing a round of golf or indulging in a massage at a first-class spa resort. Rent a car for a day or two and cruise down Palm Canyon Drive, a one-way strip filled with antique shops, boutiques and restaurants. Or, explore downtown on foot to find your favorite places to shop and eat.

You can travel 8,500 feet from the desert floor up along Mt. San Jacinto on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway for some beautiful mountain views or explore the mountain by hiking on one of the many available trails. The city also hosts many bicycle routes if you'd like a gentle ride in the fresh air.

City Data

Palm Springs sits on the western edge of the Coachella Valley in the Colorado Desert. It's 487 feet above sea level and rests at the base of Mt. San Jacinto, a mountain with an impressive elevation of 10,831 feet. 

Palm Springs is only a two-hour drive from the Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties, meaning many people like to establish second homes or vacation here. Recently, residents have enjoyed pursuing midcentury modern architecture, adding to the unique mix of designs already in the area.

Charter a Bus in Palm Springs, California

When you need to rent a bus in Palm Springs, turn to us! Request a quote today to charter a bus in Palm Springs.