If you are chartering a bus from Miami to Orlando, expand your horizons and make your trip even more exciting. Traveling from Miami to Orlando is beautiful and has many places to visit along the coast and inland. See all that Florida has to offer in one trip!

Take a look at some of the locations we put together along the way to make your trip the best one yet.

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Cafe

You all must be hungry, so why not start off your trip with visiting the Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, FL. This restaurant is not your average stop. With its music themes and electric vibes, this eatery is the place to be. Not only do they serve great food, like the fajitas, sandwiches and burgers, but they also have many other features to offer. Enjoy activities such as playing poker at the casino, relaxing at the spa or by the pool, or attend one of their many events.

Pompano Municipal Pier

After a large meal and sitting down for a while, you and your group may want to get up and walk around a bit. The Pompano Municipal Pier is one spot with breathtaking views of the ocean and surrounding wild life. Walk along the boardwalk and take in the fresh salty air around you.

The Museum of Discovery and Science

Fort Lauderdale is one of the most beautiful places to visit. Being on the coast of Florida, the views will take your breath away. With miles of beaches and boating canals, the scenery is incredible. Tourists travel from all over the country to visit this city and all the attractions it has to offer.
Come and explore your mind and visit the Museum of Discover and Science. Come explore and see the many exhibits this museum has to offer, such as Living in the Everglade and the Ecodiscovery center. Not only does it showcase many different exhibits but it also has an IMAX theater. With the movies being shown always changing, you could see a movie on the way there and on the way back. This is a great way to stop and take a rest during your journey.

West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach is a beautiful city located on the southeastern part of Florida. With white sandy beaches and plenty of dining and shopping, this town is meant for ultimate fun and relaxation. Take a break from the road and visit their miles beautiful beaches and their attractions.
McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary is a great place to stop and enjoy some fresh air. With over 170 animals to see, there are many tours offered and hands-on programs to experience here. Come and learn about all of the animals and see them alive in action. Who knows, you may even be able to hold a monkey.

Flagler Museum, also known as White Hall, is a 55-room mansion that opened in 1902. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and represents themes from the Gilded Age. Throughout the year the museum features guided tours, changing exhibits and special programs. It is a great spot to learn more about Henry Flagler and his work with John D. Rockefeller.

Port St Lucie

Port St Lucie is a beautiful city with manicured landscapes and scenery. With many attractions and dining, this is a great place to stop along the way.
If anyone in your group is over 21 and appreciates fine wine and craft beer, then you have got to stop at Vine and Barley. With charming decor and a cozy atmosphere, Vine and Barley has over 75 wines and 50-micobrewed beers on tap. This is a fun stop to regroup and unwind a little.

If your group is getting hungry, try something a little different and enjoy Fernando Dockside Grille. This restaurant is deemed to be the best restaurant in the whole area by the locals and people who visit there. This Mediterranean, European styled food is located right on the Port St Lucie River. With delicious food and a gorgeous view, how can you go wrong?


If you have never been to Kissimmee, then you are missing out. Home to the ever so famous Legoland, this locale is the best place on earth and it is one stop you will not want to miss.

If you ever played with Legos as a kid, Legoland will blow your mind. It is a theme park featuring Lego-built cities, monuments, animals, and interactive exhibits and rides. Adults can bring out their inner kid while their children play with thousands the of Legos that are available. Life size Legos surround the entire park, where you can even interact with some of them. Get your adrenaline pumping and come experience another whole world.

Orlando, Here We Come!

Now you are an hour and 28 minutes from Orlando, with still so much to see! If you choose to charter a bus from Miami to Orlando, we hope that these various locations make your trip to your final destination ten times better. We care about your trip and want to hear how it goes. Please let us know what your favorite stop was!