Friday, January 18, 2013

Diving with dolphins in Miami

When visiting Miami with a hired charter bus from Charter Bus Florida, take the time out to visit the Miami Seaquarium. Miami Seaquarium is located on island of Virginia Key, on Biscayne Bay. It is a short distance from downtown Miami and is the longest operating aquarium in the United States.
The Miami Seaquarium provides the visitor with shows, interactive exhibits and animal encounters. One of its most famous residents was Flipper, the star of a 1960s TV series about the adventures of a dolphin. Most of the episodes and both the Flipper movies were filmed in Miami Seaquarium. Although the dolphins are now all different, you can be sure that the charter bus rental visit is no less fun and interesting for the kids and growns-ups alike.
The current star of Miami Seaquarium is Lolita the killer whale. Headlining the Whale and Dolphin Show, Lolita and her Pacific White-sided dolphin co-stars thrill spectators with spectacular tricks and jumps during their charter bus tours. Lolita and her friends also play an important role in educating visitors about the life of marine mammals and the importance of marine conservation.
Aside from the star turn, there are also shows by Flipper, in the lagoon where much of the TV show was filmed, the Seal and Sea Lion Show, and the Top Deck Dolphin Show. After taking in a show, you can visit Discovery Bay. Home to 26 Nile River crocodiles, this mangrove environment also includes white tailed deer, rescued and rehabilitated sea turtles, indigenous fish and rays, alligators and a host of native wild birds.
Also take a look at the Manatee Presentation, where charter bus visitors can learn about these gentle aquatic creatures, learning about their life, and reasons for their endangerment. Continue on to the Shark Presentation. Here you can watch caretakers feed 200 pound nurse sharks, and learn more about why humans present more of a danger to sharks, than the other way around.
For an interactive experience, visit the Tropical Wings Exhibit. Here you get up close and personal with Southern and Cow-nose rays, and watch exotic birds. Tour bus rental vacation-goers can educate themselves about the rapidly depleting tropical rainforest, and learn why this unique eco-system is crucial for the world.
The Miami Seaquarium is open year round, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. General admission tickets are $37.95 for adults and $27.95 for children aged 3 to 9. Prices for the Dolphin Interaction range from $45.00 to $199.00. Parking is $8.00. All the prices do not include tax.
If you need friendly, efficient, cost effective and stylish transport, call Charter Bus Florida for your ground transportation needs when visiting Miami Seaquarium.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Stay cool on a charter bus FL

Hiring a charter bus, FL or another destination, doesn't have to be a hassle. One of main reasons our charter bus FL company is chosen more often than any other is because of our attention to details and our overall commitment to good service. Corporations can also benefit from hiring a charter bus. Corporate events, meetings and seminars can be a breeze to organize when you use the services of a charter bus FL.
Have a large family? A charter bus FL can be a great way to let the family get together and ride to a location such as a park or rented hall to enjoy a huge get together. This is also a fun way to celebrate milestone anniversaries such as 25th or 50th wedding anniversaries. No one has to worry about driving; parking and everyone get to ride together in comfort and safety. A charter bus FL can take you where you want to get and get your there on time and safely.
Orlando attractions are FL’s and the world’s favorite playgrounds. Orlando has Universal Studios, Sea World, and Busch Gardens. But topping the list is Walt Disney World the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, Blizzard Beach, and Typhoon Lagoon. Fort Lauderdale's Los Olas Riverfront might be considered a Florida mall theme park, with its Spanish tile roofs, sunny courtyard concerts, and the adjoining trendy venues along the Riverwalk and Las Olas Boulevard. With flagship retailers, funky boutiques, weekend farmer's markets, and rollerblading beautiful people, the eight-block pedestrian mall on Lincoln Road in South Beach has been the model for half a century for what malls around the world aspire to be. Miami's 18-square-block Design District has opened the world of interior design to the public, with dozens of leading-edge furnishing showrooms and art galleries.
A common myth about charter buses is that they aren't comfortable. Nothing could be further from the truth. Our charter buses have high back reclining seats and the interiors are definitely designed for the utmost in comfort. Our charter buses have restroom facilities, CD players, DVD players and excellent sound systems. We provide the driver that will get your coach bus group to and from every scheduled stop on time, every time. A charter bus FL is ready to show your group a pleasant and fun time. Let one of our trained reps answer all your questions and assist in helping you put together your next outing, let us design a package that fit your travel needs as well as your budget. Contact us today and enjoy a safe ride on a charter bus FL. You won’t regret it choosing to travel on a charter bus FL.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Florida, The Fishing Capital Of The World

We all know Florida for having one of the most vibrant and envied beach community in the world – there is an all-year-round fun in the sun to be had on the beaches. Florida is one of the most visited states in the country...and for a very good reason too, we assure you. People come here not just for the sunbathing and beach games, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service recently did a survey and revealed that many anglers and hunters make their way here for good ole fishing. And some communities and societies organize regular group trips here too.
The survey also revealed tons of good news; more than 3.1 million Floridians spend more than 57.6 million days scouring the waters for good catches. In fact, the survey compared the stats that they found with other stats in other parts of the world and concluded that Florida is, indeed, the fishing capital of the world...if not in the industrial sense, then considered in the sports sense.
And the amazing thing about visiting Florida with a party bus rental service is that everything is very diverse, people are always open and game to new things and this applies to the game of fishing as well. Things keep changing, people are upping the game and everyone taking on the challenge on their own accord. And if you think a party bus is a great way to party, they have stuff like a party boat in the Keys so that folks can group fish for yellowtail snappers and other specialty fishes. Grownups are not the only ones taking fishing to a whole new level, they including their kids too. Take, for instance, the opportunity to take kids to try to catch breams and crappies on Lake Okeechobee. It was most definitely a challenging but fun event for the little ones.
The games are so incredibly fun that some of them make it a point to book their Florida party bus rental a couple of months ahead of time so that they can come back for more of such exciting activities.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

How to enjoy a bus ride

So you have to take a bus to visit your aunt in Florida and you live a good 12 hours away. Before you groan about the long ride, there are ways to make the trip much more comfortable. Long bus rides can be an enjoyable experience if you take the proper precautions. Here’s how:
1.If the drive is long, find out if there will be breaks along the way. If you’re the type who just wants to nap most of the way, choose one with less breaks, while if you’re up for seeing different sights then choose the ones with enough stops to keep it interesting for you.

2.Choose a reputable bus company with a great safety record. Ask your family and friends for references.

3.Air-conditioning is a must. Make sure that you get to sit somewhere where you can adjust the temperature or turn it off if it gets too cold.

4.Toilets. You will have to go at some point, and its important to know that when you do there will be somewhere close by to do it, and that the company keeps it clean and functioning for passengers.

5.Try to find out who will be on the bus. Some bus companies will let you know if you will be traveling with seniors, with families (which might mean a lot of screaming kids) or if it will be a full bus. If the bus is loaded up to capacity you might be less comfortable than you would be if it were just half full.

6.Coach is always much more comfortable and usually offer a smoother ride. Try to opt for this, especially if you’re the type who gets queasy on long trips easily.
7.Leg room leg room leg room. Its important top have enough space to stretch during long rides, and if you’re carrying a luggage make sure there are overhead compartments to store it.

8.Does the bus company provide food and beverages? Will it let you eat on the bus? If snacking during a long ride is necessary for your comfort this is something you should really make sure of.

When you have a ways to go, it doesn’t hurt to be over-prepared so that you’ll be able to enjoy the long trip there. Happy travels!