At Price4Limo Bonita Springs, we specialize in providing transportation for school groups of all sizes traveling to events throughout Southwest Florida. Whether you're planning a local field trip, campus tour, away sporting event, or an end-of-year class trip, we'll handle all the logistics. Your students, staff, and chaperones will be in good hands from start to finish!
Coordinating transportation for large groups can quickly become chaotic when relying on public transit or carpooling in private vehicles (or asking parents to volunteer!). A charter bus rental from Price4Limo Bonita Springs streamlines travel by keeping everyone together in a single vehicle designed for groups. Our selection includes a variety of models to accommodate parties of any size, from full-sized 56-passenger motorcoaches to 18-passenger minibuses.
Charter buses provide a more comfortable experience compared to standard school buses. Newer models offer amenities like cushioned reclining seats, individual climate controls, overhead storage, power outlets, free WiFi, and entertainment systems with flat-screen TVs and DVD players. Students can comfortably nap, watch movies, or finish homework assignments while on the road. For longer trips, coaches with private restrooms minimize the need for frequent stops.
Price4Limo wants to provide the ideal transportation for your specific needs. Tell us where you want to go, how many passengers you'll have, and any special requests, and we'll match you with the perfect charter bus rental in Bonita Springs. Choose from our fleet of coach buses, minibuses, sprinters, and ADA vehicles to find the ideal fit. Then select desired amenities like leather seats, WiFi, DVD players, and more to customize your travel experience. It's that easy.
Southwest Florida is brimming with amazing destinations for field trips, sports travel, and academic conferences. Here are some top spots in Bonita Springs and surrounding cities:
Bonita Springs Children's Museum - This hands-on museum features interactive exhibits and activities tailored for kids focused on STEM education. Popular permanent exhibits include SoundÉmotion, where kids can explore sound and musical concepts; Fire Engine 505, where they can pretend to be firefighters; and Lab Lift Off for building rockets. The museum also has a vast array of STEM programming, from coding camps to slime workshops. An ideal destination for elementary and middle school field trips looking to engage students in science and technology.
Shangri-La Springs - This serene 60-acre nature center and wildlife sanctuary provides an oasis of natural beauty and over 6 miles of walking trails just minutes from downtown Bonita Springs. Groups can embark on guided trail tours to spot native wildlife like river otters, bobcats, and over 50 species of birds. The diverse ecosystems include cypress swamps, pine flatwood forests, and oak hammocks. The onsite Garden of Hope and Creativity features botanical collections of flowers and plants. The sanctuary frequently hosts events like Night Hikes and Seasonal Celebrations. An educational and tranquil destination for field trips and youth groups.
Lovers Key State Park - This barrier island state park offers over 2 miles of white sand beaches on the Gulf of Mexico, perfect for swimming, building sandcastles, collecting seashells, sunbathing, and beachcombing. Groups can also embark on kayak tours through the mangrove tunnels and estuaries rich in marine life. Hiking and biking trails span the park, including a 2-mile paved bike path. The park features a playground, snack bar, and equipment rentals. An ideal outdoor destination for field trips focused on South Florida ecosystems, coastal geology, and Indigenous history.
Naples Zoo - This acclaimed zoo in Naples features exotic animals from six different continents in natural habitat enclosures. Students can hand-feed gentle giraffes, touch soft rhino skin, interact with playful lemurs, and see lions, tigers, bears, and more up close. The zoo has special Keeper Chats and educational programs tailored for school groups from preschool through high school. Popular exhibits include the Primate Expedition cruise and Alligator Bay boardwalk. An engaging and enriching field trip for animal lovers and budding zoologists.
Sun-N-Fun Lagoon - This 15-acre water park in Naples offers thrilling water slides, fun splash areas, lazy rivers and wave pools perfect for school field trips and youth group outings. Highlights include raging Rapids Racer slides, activity pools with waterfalls and fountains for younger groups, and the 650-foot relaxing Calypso River float, complete with cascading waterfalls. The park has covered seating, private cabanas, locker rentals, and a snack bar. Open year-round, it's ideal for school functions and parties.
Naples Botanical Garden - This 170-acre paradise features cultivated gardens representing the world's ecosystems and landscapes, from a Caribbean garden to an Asian garden modeled on a Laotian village. School groups can take docent-guided tours tailored to different grade levels to connect with nature and understand botanical science, cultivation and conservation. Highlights include the Children's Garden, Butterfly House, waterfall maze and fragrant Lauritzen Floral Pavillion. An enriching and educational botanical experience.
Imaginarium Science Center - This unique hands-on science center lets students touch, see, play with, and understand scientific concepts through interactive exhibits and demonstrations. School groups can participate in science workshops, classes, and labs tailored to grade level across biology, physics, chemistry, space, technology, and more. The center has seasonal camps plus exhibits like the Invention Convention Workshop, Our Human Adventure, and the Science Live Theater featuring stage experiments. An engaging STEM learning experience.
Manatee Park - This volunteer-run park is a top spot for wildlife viewing, especially gentle Florida manatees who swim here in the cooler winter months. Visitors can walk along observation decks, go on guided tours in winter, kayak, use shore fishing spots, and picnic. The park has an environmental education center with wildlife exhibits and hosts educational programs about conservation. Perfect for school field trips to see nature and learn about protecting aquatic habitats.
Our customer service team is available at (866) 265-5479 to answer your questions and provide a quote tailored to your trip itinerary. School group transportation with Price4Limo allows teachers to focus on the students while we handle the logistics. Let us simplify your next Florida school event!
8:00 AM - Mini-coach bus picks up 30 students and 3 chaperones from the school parking lot in Bonita Springs heading to Orlando. The mini-coach seats up to 38 passengers comfortably with onboard charging ports and a DVD player with monitors to entertain students during the 2.5-hour drive.
10:00 AM - Stop at the rest area along I-75 for a snack/bathroom break. Students can stretch their legs after the long ride and use the restroom if needed before the next leg.
12:30 PM - Arrive at Orlando Science Center for educational exhibits and an IMAX movie. The center has hundreds of interactive exhibits to spark students' interest in science across multiple floors. Groups can experience exhibits like NatureWorks, DinoDigs, Kinetic Zone, and Kidstown especially designed for school field trips. The onsite IMAX theater shows educational documentaries on a giant 4-story screen.
3:00 PM - Depart Orlando Science Center after exploring exhibits and watching an IMAX film about space. Chaperones do a headcount before boarding the mini-coach bus.
4:00 PM - Charter bus drops off at Universal CityWalk for dinner and shopping. Universal CityWalk is a lively entertainment complex with restaurants, shops, clubs and mini-golf. Students break into smaller groups to explore with chaperones and meet back up for dinner at Hard Rock Cafe Orlando. They have time after eating to check out shops like Universal Studios Store and watch street performers.
8:00 PM - Board minibus to hotel. Chaperones do another headcount and load students onto the coach. Depart CityWalk and drive 20 minutes to the hotel.
8:30 PM - Arrive at SpringHill Suites by Marriott Orlando and check-in for the night.
8:30 AM - Load up the charter bus at the hotel and depart for Disney. Chaperones herd students onto the mini coach bus to depart on time. Traffic should be light this early in the morning.
9:15 AM - Arrive at Epcot Center. Epcot is divided into Future World and World Showcase sections. Popular rides include Soarin', Mission: Space, and Test Track. Students enjoy educational exhibits like Communicore, Innoventions, and Club Cool's soda tasting.
6:00 PM - Depart Epcot Center on bus. Traffic may be heavier, leaving Orlando at this hour.
7:00 PM - Dinner at Cracker Barrel near the hotel.
8:30 PM - Return to SpringHill Suites Orlando. Just a quick drive back to the hotel.
8:00 AM - Check out of the hotel lobby and board the mini coach bus.
9:30 AM - Arrive at Kennedy Space Center for educational exhibits and tours. Kennedy Space Center has museums, IMAX films, a rocket garden, and bus tours of launch pads. Students learn about NASA's history and space travel.
4:00 PM - Begin return trip to Bonita Springs. The ride should take around 2.5 hours, depending on traffic. Kids settle in with phones, books, or movies on the bus.
9:00 PM - Return to the school parking lot in Bonita Springs. End of trip.
This is just a sample itinerary to give you an idea of how Price4Limo can customize transportation to make your school event a breeze. No matter your group size or destination, our charter bus rentals ensure efficient travel so you can focus on the important stuff! Call Price4Limo anytime at (866) 265-5479 for your free quote.