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Salt Lake City, May 2012 by CountyLemonade, on Flickr

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Charter Bus Rentals Salt Lake City UT • Group Charter Bus Rentals Salt Lake City.

Council Hall and White Chapel in Salt Lake City by pandrcutts, on Flickr

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Salt Lake City, UT offers many splendid attractions that you can see via charter bus rentals for group travelers.

Charter bus rentals to Salt Lake City offer a great travel experience for all adventure-seeking travelers. From corporate outings, school field trips or any large group travel, group charter bus rentals to Salt Lake City is your best way to go.

Our charter bus rentals include first class buses with a bathroom, PA system, and even optional DVD players that make all passengers truly relaxed.

Charter Bus Travel • Visit Salt Lake City Attractions • Salt Lake City Bus Travel

Charter bus travel is a great way to accommodate large groups of travelers who plan on visiting significant Salt Lake City attractions within the city such as:

  • Lagoon Park, with its Pioneer Village, Lagoon-a-beach, X-Venture and Rides, it will surely give you exhilarating fright-mare fun.
  • Hogle Zoo, you will experience out-of-the-ordinary fun in meeting the animals, up-close and personal.
  • Temple Square, houses hundreds of free dramatic programs, music events and movies annually. It has a grandeur six-spired temple with visitors’ center, tremendous flower gardens, museum of church history, arts and more.
  • Temple Square, Salt Lake City: the Temple by pandrcutts, on Flickr

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  • Capitol Hills, offers a free-guided tour of the Utah State Capitol that sits at the top of the hill with a breathtaking view of the Salt Lake valley.
  • Kennecott Bingham Canyon Copper Mine, one of the two objects that can be seen from space. It is the world’s largest man-made hole that produces most copper ever recorded in the world.

One of Salt Lake City’s popular attractions is the Zion National Park that is enchantingly rich with past and present day adventures. Its massive sandstone cliffs stretch into the clear blue sky that is preserved for the public interests but one thing that you should know, it brings a wild experience into the wilderness.

Charter bus travel will also bring you to a place that not only satisfiesyour eyes with spectacular sceneries but also gratifies your groups’ appetite.Some of the most popular fine dining restaurants in Salt Lake City that visitors will love include:

  • Bambara, famous for holding big number of diners with huge appetite, with their power lunch of organic greens, turkey wrap, beef hamburger and a warm gooey turtle cookie for desert. Travelers who planned a day tour will definitely enjoy this lavish lunch.
  • Himalayan Kitchen, for those who love Indian food, offers a variety of good food from appetizers to lunch buffets which will definitely be great for hungry travelers. Their lamb specialties served with basmati rice, brown rice or naan is simply a-must-try.
  • The Copper Onion is a place to visit for all American food. From pasta and sandwiches where you have numerous side dishes to choose from, to daily risotto or pleasant creek ranch market steak salad, Copper Onion has something for everyone’s’ tastes.

Bus Travel Options for Salt Lake City • Charter Bus Rental Services Salt Lake City

  • Bus travel options to Salt Lake City is your choice for a remarkable journey. Charter bus rental services in Salt Lake City, UT give travelers an enjoyable ride that one will love along with the splendid attractions the city has to offer. If you want more detailed information please visit Salt Lake City’s visitors’ bureau website.
  • Get started on your next Salt Lake City group charter bus travel and request a free charter bus rental quote today! Happy travels!
  • Zion National Park 2010 - 4 by StuSeeger, on Flickr

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