Coach Tours: leave the driving to us
Deluxe motor coach tours are a far cry from the bus trips of yesteryear. They are an outstanding (and relaxing) way to see new places—whether here in the U.S. or in a country far away.
The modern motor coach is a versatile vehicle, able to maneuver exceptionally well in many kinds of weather and provide comfort in both urban and rural environments.
Today’s coaches feature comfortable, reclining seats with footrests, extra-large tinted windows with curtains, excellent personal climate control settings, video screens, restroom facilities, and dual exits to make loading and unloading much easier.
Many also include Wi-Fi and power plugs, so it's easy to keep connected while on the journey.
And thanks to a great audio system, the driver, travel director, or local guides can present information to the group as it travels to the next destination.
Not only have the amenities improved, but so have the drivers who handle them.
Whether navigating through a vast American national park, a large European city, or a small, remote village, coach drivers are highly skilled professionals—adept at providing safe transit for travelers across a myriad of landscapes along highways, through crowded city streets, and along across remote or seemingly inaccessible roads anywhere.
Drivers may also be knowledgeable guides—providing commentary, history lessons or personal stories about the areas visited.
Coach tours allow for in-depth programs and an intimate journey with a new group of friends that cover a lot of ground (literally).
Imagine discovering a region in detail—meeting local people, visiting important sites—all in comfort and style—with no worries about logistics or handling your own luggage.
Whether you want to explore the national parks in the U.S. or travel across entire countries of Europe, get on the bus and let’s go!
Orbridge features deluxe motor coaches on many of its programs, including:
Canadian Rockies Parks & Resorts
National Parks & Lodges of the Old West
Southwest National Parks
Yosemite, Death Valley and the Great Parks of California