One of the primary reasons that people rent a party bus is that they can drink on the road. After all, you're not the one driving, are you? What should you bring, though? A party bus, while spacious, is not as big as a house. Because of that, you've got to be a bit more selective about best drinks to bring (and make sure you account for the space everything you bring will take up).
Best Drinks for a Party Bus Trip
There really isn't a "best drink" for a party bus, but the most common beverage choice is beer. At the end of the day, however, it really depends on what you are celebrating. If you're hosting a tailgate party, then beer is absolutely the way to go. Going on a winery tour? Well, maybe bring some wine! Let's look at the three best drinks to bring on a party bus:
As we mentioned above, beer is the number one drink of choice on a party bus. Since you'll be drinking for hours on end, you don't want to get too inebriated too early in the trip. Who wants to black out when they've just spent a bunch of money on a party bus? Plus, beer fits the bill for almost any occasion. From brewery tours to a simple night out on the town, beer is king.
One of the top destinations for party bus groups is a winery. Winery tours, especially those in the Texas Hill Country, are becoming more and more popular for party bus groups. If you're doing a winery tour, you're going to want to stick with drinking wine between drives. Why is that? Well, mixing any type of alcohol that isn't wine with wine is a recipe for a hangover. Keep it simple and bring some wine to your party bus!
For a bachelor party, whiskey may be the liquor of choice, but vodka seems to be the most widely-consumed liquor among the masses. Rum is too sweet. Gin is too spicy. Whiskey is too strong. But vodka? Vodka is just right for easy drinking. Now, this can prove to be dangerous, as easy-drinking usually translates to quickly consumed. So drink responsibly, and everyone will have a good time!
What Should You Prepare?
Don't forget, it is illegal for a party bus company to provide you with any liquor unless they have a liquor license, which most party bus companies do not have. So the first thing you should think to prepare is your ice chests.
A good rule of thumb is to bring one ice chest for every four people in your party. If you're bringing a mix of different types of alcohol, try to keep them grouped together in their own separate ice chests.
One thing that people tend to forget is cups! They never forget the booze or the ice, but people always forget cups. So be sure to buy some red solo cups or some plastic wine glasses for your alcohol.
Another good tip? Bring an extra ice chest full of bottled water. If you're going to be drinking for 8+ hours, you're going to want to hydrate!
How Can Ninja Buses Help?
While Ninja Buses cannot provide any alcohol for you, that doesn't mean we can't help you out! After all, we are providing the mode of transportation, aren't we? What we can do is offer you our expertise, which includes recommendations on how to have a good time. Those recommendations can be shared upon booking with us.
When you book a Ninja Bus, you will get access to an ice chest with bottled waters on all of our buses so all you have to worry about is the booze and food. If you'd like, you can even drop off your booze and food the day before a drive so we can have it set up for you when we pick you up! We know party-planning can be stressful. Our job is to make that process as easy as possible so you can actually enjoy your trip.
Contact Ninja Buses today to book your party bus and get your drink on!
What is the first thing that pops into your head when you think of a bachelor party? Most people think of strip clubs. For the sake of class, we're going to refer to them as gentlemen's clubs in this article. It just sounds better, don't you think? So, you want to go to a gentlemen's club for your bachelor party, do you? Good for you! There are quite a few of them peppered around Austin, Texas. So we're here to let you know which ones should be at the top of your list.
Gentlemen's Clubs in Austin
Despite being the capital of Texas, Austin isn't known for its gentlemen's clubs. This isn't to say that there aren't any (or that they aren't good), but the term isn't synonymous with the city. That being said, there are a plethora of options in Austin. Here are just a few of our favorites:
XTC caters a lot to the younger crowd in Austin, Texas. If you're ever in a parking lot for a student housing facility (especially in the Riverside area), you're bound to see flyers for XTC under the windshield wipers of all of the cars. XTC Cabaret is a fully nude gentlemen's club with an affordable cover charge of $30. Did we mention that it's B.Y.O.B?
Funny story about Rick's Cabaret: the county line between Williamson County and Travis County runs through the property. To avoid falling under Williamson County's regulations, so (supposedly) the owner extended the entrance to make it qualify for jurisdiction under Travis County's regulations. If that is true, then that's some devotion! Also great is their $15 lunch special. Don't miss it!
The Palazio Experience
The Palazio is quickly becoming one of the hottest spots in towns for the male citizens (and visitors) of Austin. Located on the southeast side of town. The Palazio Experience boasts some of the nicest dancers in town. And if you're a group of ladies celebrating your bachelorette party, just have at least one male escort and you can get in, too! Just pay the cover and you can enjoy The Palazio Experience.
The Yellow Rose
We know that the food isn't the reason you go to a gentlemen's club, but hear us out: The Yellow Rose has the best food out of all the gentlemen's clubs in Austin, Texas. Of course, the girls there are all gorgeous and only of the classiest variety. Out of all the gentlemen's clubs in Austin, The Yellow Rose is the place to go if you can only go to one.
Why Go to A Gentlemen's Club in Austin, Texas?
Going to a gentlemen's club for your bachelor party is pretty much a rite of passage for any soon-to-be ex-bachelor! Not only can you enjoy some great food and classy drinks, but you can also enjoy the sight of some beautiful women.
If you're really looking to spend some money, shell out the cash for the VIP area of any gentlemen's clubs. You'll be afforded plenty of extra attention from not only the girls, but also management. It's absolutely worth the extra cost, especially if you want to impress your friends.
Tips for The Best Gentlemen's Club Experience
Some people get nervous when they're in a gentlemen's club, and that's understandable. It's not every place that you have nude women vying for your attention. There are a few things you should know before walking inside a gentlemen's club to ensure that you have the best experience, and they are:
Why Use A Party Bus?
If you're going to be visiting a gentlemen's club on your bachelor party weekend, why not arrive in style? You don't want to show up to a gentlemen's club in a dingy old vehicle or a bunch of Ubers. You are there to have a good time, so why not travel in what is essentially a nightclub on wheels so that the party never has to stop? A party bus is the best mode of transportation for a bachelor party, as we have discussed before.
So contact Ninja Buses today to book a party bus for your bachelor party!
We see buses traveling on the highway every day. From school buses to party buses to charter buses to tour buses, there is a wide variety of buses being used on the roads today.
But how do you know which one you need to use for your event? Every type of bus has its own distinct personality, so let's delve into a few of them, starting with charter buses in Austin.
What Are Charter Buses?
Charter buses, also known as coaches or motor coaches, are essentially very large buses. They are just as big as a tour bus (if not bigger), but they lack the special amenities that tour buses offer like beds, sofas, a mini-kitchen, etc.
The benefit that charter buses have over all other buses, however, is their capacity. Most charter buses can fit upwards of 35-40 people in their large cabins.
Most often used for corporate travel, charter buses are primarily used for long-distance trips. If a company has a conference to attend that is out of the city where they are based, then a charter bus is probably the vehicle option it will go with since airfare tends to be on the pricier side of things.
Since they are made for long-distance travel, charter buses are frequently referred to as an airplane on wheels. They have large luggage compartments underneath the cabin, TV screens behind the headrests (or TVs that fold down from the ceiling), small restrooms, Wi-Fi and power outlets.
They are very useful for business travel, even if they don't come with road attendants.
Can You Have a Bachelor Party on a Charter Bus in Austin?
While you have the option to use any type of vehicle(s) for your bachelor party, it isn't recommended to use a charter bus.
Yes, you'll be able to move everyone around town in the same vehicle, thereby removing the complication of coordinating a bunch of rideshare vehicles, but it lacks a certain pizzazz that you're probably going to want on your big night.
As stated above, charter buses are typically used for long-distance trips. If you're just driving around Austin going from bar to bar, a charter bus isn't the type of vehicle you want to use for your transportation.
It's big and bulky, which is fine, but it doesn't really "fit" with a lot of the places you're probably going to visit the night of your bachelor party (i.e., bars, dive or otherwise).
Charter buses are a great option for transportation on the day of your wedding, but not for your bachelor party. They just don't scream "party," and while you absolutely can use one for your bachelor party, it doesn't mean you should use one.
What Are Other Options Besides Charter Buses?
As mentioned, a charter bus isn't really your best option when it comes to modes of transportation for your bachelor party. While they are perfect for corporate travel (and sports teams), they don't really set the right mood for a bachelor party. Unless you're traveling across the state, it's best to steer clear of charter buses.
You do have the option to split your group up among a bunch of rideshare vehicles like Uber or Lyft. That will be affordable and mean that everyone has to be responsible for their own ride, but it does mean splitting your friends up on your big night.
That can be alright if you're just bar-hopping downtown, but if you're going to places all over the city, then it defeats the purpose of gathering a group of your best friends together.
The best option for your bachelor party is to book a party bus. Not only will you get to keep your entire group together between stops, but you'll be able to keep the party going without any breaks! A nightclub on wheels, a party bus offers amenities that you won't find in any other modes of transportation. Stereo systems with bluetooth hookups, flat-screen TVs, karaoke, wet bars, neon lights, you name it! A party bus probably has it.
It's such a growing industry that more and more companies are finding new things to add to their buses, so do some research and find the perfect bus for you. You'll also be able to bring your own alcohol and leave it on the bus so it's waiting for you when you come back.
Contact Ninja Buses today to inquire about booking a party bus for your bachelor party!
Ah, dive bars. The esteemed hole-in-the-wall establishments. Reviled by some and adored by many, dive bars are their own breed of bar.
Austin, TX is home to many of these fine locales, and each one has their own distinct flair. But which ones should you visit while you're in Austin? We've got the answers for you right here.
What Is an Austin Dive Bar?
Dive bars have the extra dose of personality that other bars don't. When you go to a dive bar, you're guaranteed to run into regulars.
You'll see, dive bars may not look like much on the inside, but they have established a stable clientele that ensures you'll find a sense of community in the bar you visit.
Other things you'll find? Pool tables, jukeboxes, oddball décor and dirty bathrooms. That last one isn't exactly a positive aspect, but the quality of the bathrooms has become a staple of dive bars everywhere.
A few things to remember about dive bars:
The three above points are reasons some people don't prefer to visit dive bars, but many would argue that those "negative" qualities are part of their charm!
There is a wonderful unpretentious quality to dive bars that many people find endearing, so if you are one of those people then keep on reading!
How Can a Dive Bar Tour Improve Your Bachelor Party?
Visiting a few dive bars can add a little bit of character to your bachelor party (not that you don't have enough already).
It can also be a fun change of scenery from the formal wineries and casual breweries that people tend to visit on their big weekends. Of course, when you go to a dive bar you're going to get something very casual, but that's kind of the point, isn't it?
If you've got a whole weekend planned, and one of those nights is spent on 6th Street, consider switching it up a bit and doing a dive bar tour. Look at it this way: everyone goes to 6th Street when they come to Austin.
If you're coming into town and you tell a local "Let's go to 6th Street!", they're probably going to roll their eyes.
However, if you opt to do a dive bar tour, then that brings something fresh and exciting to the proceedings.
The added bonus of dive bars is that there are plenty of them which even locals haven't discovered yet, so you could easily find a diamond in the rough that most people haven't caught on to yet.
How Can Ninja Buses Help?
Austin is home to dozens of dive bars. Whether you're north, east, south, west or central, there's always a dive bar near you.
But which ones are the must-visit bars? Here at Ninja Buses, we know all the best dive bars to visit in town.
In fact, one of our favorite dive bars is located just five minutes from our garage! Located in central Austin on the west side of 5th street, The Mean-Eyed Cat is a Johnny Cash-themed dive bar that also doubles as a satellite location for Stubb's BBQ.
In the same area (on the other side of Mopac/Loop 1) you'll find Deep Eddy Cabaret, which has been opened for more than 60 years!
Moving to the north side of town, it's imperative that you visit Lala's Little Nugget, which is decorated like Christmas all year round, and Workhorse Bar with its tree stump chairs.
Heading on over to the East side, you'll find a plethora of houses that have been converted into bars. The legendary East side is changing fast, but you'll still find a good bit of old-fashioned dive bars like La Perla and its friendly staff and Shangri-La with its enormous outside patio.
Not all of the best dive bars are centered in one location, so you're going to want to travel around the city to hit all of the hot spots.
Ninja Buses can help you do that by renting you one of our party buses! Not only does this allow you to keep everyone in your group together from bar to bar, but it also ensures that you're able to keep the party going between stops.
Rent a party bus, which comes packed with tons of cool amenities like speaker systems with Bluetooth capabilities, flat-screen TVs, Nintendos and more!
Contact Ninja Buses today to book a party bus for your dive bar tour in Austin!
Now that you've decided to do a brewery bus tour in Austin after reading why you should, it's time to decide which breweries you would like to visit.
There are tons of breweries in the state of Texas, but Austin has become one of the top destinations for people wanting to get a taste of the special kind of beer produced in the capital.
Why is Austin the perfect spot for a brewery tour? The variety, of course! Even if you're a casual beer drinker, you're bound to find something to enjoy at one of the many breweries in the area.
Top Brewery Destinations in Austin
Breweries like Lazarus Brewing Co., Blue Owl Brewing and Zilker Brewing Company are all fantastic. If you prefer not well-known ones, not only in the heart of downtown Austin but also on the north side of town located the breweries that most people forget about. Just north of Highway 183 are dozens of wonderful breweries like Austin Beerworks, Circle Brewing Company and Adelbert's Brewery.
If you're in the mood for some food, head on over to the Arboretum area, where you'll find the restaurant/craft brewery hybrid NXNW.
Lest you think you have to stay in Austin to visit all of the best breweries, never fear. There are plenty of breweries on the outskirts of town.
One of the most popular tours in Austin is to head over to Lake Travis and visit the Infamous Brewing Company and the Oasis Texas Brewing Company before heading on a party barge on the lake. So rather than do a full day of 3 or 4 breweries, cut it in half and do 2 breweries and a boat party.
Finally, you can visit the Hill Country, which is primarily known for wineries, it doesn't skimp on the breweries either. Heading to the Hill Country for your brewery tour is especially beneficial if you are in a party bus because it means your trip will last longer.
If you're booking a party bus, you want to make sure you get some quality time in the vehicle, otherwise what's the point?
In Driftwood and Dripping Springs, you can find Vista Brewing and the Twisted X Brewing Company, respectively. In between stops, you can even stop at the famous Salt Lick BBQ, one of the most popular barbecue joints in Texas!
Austin Brewery Bus Tour Experiences
Brewery tour is one of the most popular events for bachelor parties in Austin. Why is that? Well, there's a certain community aspect, which is inherent to the brewery world that transfers over to its customers. It almost feels like a second home.
When you go on a brewery tour, it is important to select breweries that fit your group. Your two main options are going to be the standard breweries and the microbreweries.
The beers at most of the Austin breweries are connected to the city. Austin's unofficial slogan is "Keep Austin Weird" and that slogan applies to the beer produced here as well. Many people prefer the casual atmosphere of brewery tours over winery tours, which can sometimes be considered more formal. That doesn't mean you should show up at a brewery inebriated (or plan to get inebriated during your tour), but breweries are definitely a little more relaxed than wineries.
What Can Ninja Buses Offer
Ninja Buses can help you whether you're a local or not. You'd be surprised at how many locals don't know the ins and outs of the brewery community in Austin.
If you book a party bus with Ninja Buses, our sales consultant will be able to help you plan your route. After a brief discussion, we can get a feel for which breweries you're likely to enjoy the most and make it happen for you.
If you've got a group that is larger than 10 people, a party bus is one of your only options for keeping your whole group together between stops. Plus, party buses just look cool.
Contact Ninja Buses today to book a party bus for your next brewery tour!
We all know that a party bus is the best mode of transportation for you to go on your winery tour in Austin, but how do you know which wineries you want to go to? Texas is a very large state, so you have plenty of options when it comes to places to visit.
There is one area of Texas that is the most popular place to visit for wine enthusiasts, though, and that is what we will be discussing here.
Top Destinations for a Texas Winery Tour
While Austin does contain plenty of wineries, the top destination for winery tours in Texas is the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Comprised of cities like Fredericksburg, Dripping Springs and Driftwood, the Hill Country features some of Texas' top wineries.
In fact, some of the wineries in the Hill Country are considered the best in the country. Not bad for a state whose wine industry was once considered sub-par!
The most popular wineries of the region would have to be Becker Vineyards, Duchman Family Winery and Pedernales Cellars, these seem to be the most widely known Texas wineries in the country.
Don't feel like you have to restrict yourself to the most popular wineries, though, as there are a few diamonds in the rough to be found in the Hill Country.We would recommend:
The best part about doing winery tours out in the Hill Country is that there are plenty of other great spots to visit between stops.
In Fredericksburg, you can visit the historic Main Street, which is home to dozens of adorable mom n' pop shops and quaint restaurants. If you're booking a weekend trip, be sure to stay in a bed and breakfast, as Fredericksburg is famous for them.
Driftwood is home to the legendary Salt Lick BBQ, arguably the best barbecue in the state (there are plenty of arguments to be made when it comes to the best Texas barbecue, however).
Best Austin Wine Bus Tour to Fit Your Taste
To find the best winery tour to fit your taste, it's really going to depend on the types of wines you like. Whether you are a light drinker or a heavy drinker, every winery will have a little something for everybody.
When you walk in, you have the option of either touring the winery, enjoying a tasting or simply purchasing a glass of wine at the bar and enjoying the scenery. You can make your tour be pretty much anything you want it to be, but we definitely recommend enjoying a tasting to get the most out of your trip.
Most winery tour trips will consist of visits to three or four wineries. If you don't want to do tastings at each one, you can mix it up a bit and plan what you will do at each one.
A good way is to do a full-blown tour at your first stop when everyone is at their most sober, then do a tasting at your second stop and, finally, purchasing a glass (or two) of wine at your third and fourth stops. This way of doing winery tours has proven to be the most successful when it comes to ensuring that everyone in your group has a great time.
Of course, you don't have to do it this way. If you want to do a tasting at each stop then go ahead! If you only want to visit two wineries because you want to do a tour and a tasting at each one, that is okay too! There is no right or wrong way about winery tours. As long as everyone has a good time, that is all matters.
What Can Ninja Buses Offer
Ninja Buses can offer you the ultimate mode of transportation from winery to winery. The most important thing about winery tours is keeping your group together, and booking a party bus can do just that. Plus, a party bus can add the necessary amount of style to your tour.
Don't split everyone up in a bunch of Ubers! Keep everyone together in one of our limo-style party buses.
We also have excellent event planners here at Ninja Buses, so if you're not exactly sure which wineries you'd like to visit, we are happy to either make some suggestions or plan a custom-made route for you and your group.
Contact us today to reserve a Ninja Party Bus for your winery tour!
When you're considering travel options for your bachelor party, there are a plethora of options to choose from. The most economical route would be to use a rideshare service like Uber or Lyft, but if you want to travel in style, then a limousine or a party bus rental is going to be your best option. Limousines have long been the go-to option for classy travel, but party buses have risen in popularity in recent years. Everyone knows what they're going to get with a limousine. However, not everyone knows what they're going to get with a party bus.
The main advantage of renting a limousine is that it will be more cost effective. It will still be about as much per person as renting a party bus, but because limousines are meant to hold about 10 people, the pricing evens out. If you put 10 people on a party bus you'll be paying a lot more per person since the total cost is higher.
Limousines have been a staple of high-end group travel for decades and they are instantly recognizable. If you want to impress passersby, then you can't go wrong with a limo. Typically associated with events ranging from red carpet events in Hollywood to high school proms, limos have been a public mainstay for a reason.
Limousines are also good if you want privacy. If you're traveling with a smaller group (or perhaps just your significant other), then the tinted windows of a limo can provide the perfect amount of privacy (and in some cases, an aura of mystery) for you. This is preferred by some customers, and if you are one of them then a limo is probably the way to go.
With a limousine, you'll be fairly limited in the number of people you can bring with you. Most limousines have a capacity of 12, though you can find some stretch limousines that allow for up to 16 people. You also want to consider the space inside a limousine. Limousines are low to the ground and if you fill them to capacity, then there won't really be any space to move around. It can also start to feel a bit cramped.
Limousines are good for transportation from Point A to Point B, but if you want to spend the majority of your night in the vehicle, it won't be the most comfortable option. You're typically going to be seated low to the ground with limited mobility, and if you do decide to move around you'll be crawling over the other passengers to get where you need to go.
Limos are often seen as the formal way to travel as well, so if you're going on a pub crawl or to a gentlemen's club, a limo may not exactly be the look you are going for. Plus, some might view going in a limousine to be a little too obvious. After all, doesn't everyone travel in a limousine for their big bash?
We've covered the reasons you should choose a party bus before, but let's go into a bit more detail with the pros and cons of choosing a party bus:
Let's start with the main advantage: you've got more space! If you have 20-30 people in your group, your choice is to rent one party bus or rent multiple limousines. Renting a party bus allows you to keep everyone in your group together so everyone can enjoy the party, but it also acts as a nightclub on wheels. There is tons of space to move around the vehicle (though not when it is moving, of course).
Party buses will also feature cool amenities like flat-screen TVs, music streaming capabilities, video game systems, karaoke and more! Some limousines will have TV screens or neon lights and most will have a wet bar or a place to chill your champagne, but a party bus has all of that and more.
Many customers' deciding factor in a party bus vs. a limousine is price, and in that regard party buses have limousines beat. While the overall price of a party bus will likely be greater than that of a limousine, it winds up being less per person since you can fit up to 30 people in most party buses.
Everything is in a name: a party bus is meant to be for a party. This doesn't mean you can't use a party bus for any event you wish, but if you were to go to, let's say, a funeral in a party bus, then some people may find your choice of vehicle to be a bit tacky. Sometimes a party bus isn't the best choice of vehicle for the occasion. A good rule of thumb? If it's not a party (of sorts), then don't get a party bus.
If you're not planning on being on the road for very long, a party bus isn't really the best option for you either. The whole point of renting a party bus is to spend time partying on it, so if you're simply trying to get from Point A to Point B (and they aren't very far apart), then spending the money on a party bus is a little pointless. Why spend money on it if you're not going to enjoy it!
What Can Ninja Buses Offer?
Ninja Buses can offer you all of the standard amenities that all party buses offer, but we also specialize in having the widest variety of party bus types! Want to ride in a school bus? We've got two! How about a city transit bus? Got one of those too! John Denver's tour bus? Done deal. We have a party bus to fit all occasions, as well as various sizes of buses to perfectly accommodate any size party.
Ninja Buses also specializes in event planning, especially bachelor and bachelorette party planning. In the few years we have been around, we've built a lengthy catalog of venues and other hot spots to visit on your party bus trip, so be sure to ask for some suggestions when you book your Ninja Bus!
So which option is best for your party? That decision is ultimately up to you, but we hope that we've provided enough helpful information for you to make an educated decision! If you decide to book a party bus, then visit our website for a quote!
One of the questions party bus companies get all the time is "where do we go?" The purpose of a party bus is to provide transportation for your group, but it's also to give your group a place to party while you're in transit to your destination(s). It is important to balance out your itinerary so that you're not going to places that are right next to each other. If you do that, then you won't be spending any time on your party bus!
Why Use a Party Bus?
As we've covered before, the main benefit of using a party bus for your event is that it keeps everyone together. Sure, you could rent a bunch of Ubers and travel that way, but where is the fun in that? Keep everyone together so that the party never stops, and you'll be a winner in everyone's eyes.
A rideshare service isn't going to offer you all of the high-end amenities that a party bus can, either. if you book a party bus, you'll have access to a superior sound system, TVs, video games, karaoke and much, much more! A party bus is essentially a night club on wheels, so the fun is unlimited!
Where Can You Go on a Party Bus?
There are tons of places in Austin that you can visit on a party bus, but we're going to give you a few examples of the types of places you can stop by.
Austin just so happens to be the next door neighbor of Texas Hill Country, which means you have a plethora of wineries that you can visit. Winery tours are becoming more and more popular in the area, and since most of them are about a 45-minute drive outside of city limits (though Austin does feature some notable wineries), a party bus is the perfect way to get the party started.
If wine isn't your thing, then consider a brewery tour! Breweries (and cideries!) happen to be sprinkled all throughout Austin, so you can make a trip that starts in central Austin, then moves north and then down South before you return to your starting point.
The most common request of a party bus company's services is to take the customers bar-hopping. Think of it as a night out on the town, but you've got a fancy ride from place to place that you're also allowed to drink on.
Whether you're a large corporation or a small mom and pop shop, a party bus is a great way to bring your team together. You don't even have to go anywhere! So often team building outings are spent in hotel meeting rooms. Why not use a room on wheels? A party bus can be adapted to fit any kind of team building exercises you have in mind. With a party bus you can use the TVs (if equipped) to play videos or show presentations.
Football Games and Other Sporting Events
If you live in or are visiting Austin in the fall, then chances are you're going to go to at least one football game. If you've got a tailgate party planned, book a party bus to park outside so you can go relax if it gets too hot. Then, when you and your crew are ready to head to the game, hop on the bus and you'll be on the way! The best part is that the party doesn't stop once you get on the bus. It is a party bus, after all.
Why Should You Choose Ninja Buses?
Ninja Buses is run by Austin experts. We've got people who know the city and its surrounding areas like the back of our hands, so planning out an itinerary for your group is our specialty! And as our name implies, we've got ninja-like skills in the party bus industry. We are experts at providing the ultimate party bus experience.
Book with us today and you won't be disappointed!
Some rules were made to be broken. At Ninja Buses, we believe that traditional bachelor party planning rules could use some shock therapy. How you arrive at a particular restaurant, nightclub or venue should be (at least close to) as exciting as the establishments themselves. That is why we put so much care and attention into your transportation experience, so no opportunity for fun goes overlooked.
That being said, some party do's and don'ts were designed to keep the fun from turning into dangerous or unpleasant situations for you and your party. We've covered this a little bit last month when we discussed the rules of a party bus, but that article mostly pertained to what you should do when looking for a party bus company. In this article, we're going to focus on what you should and shouldn't do while you are actually on the party bus.
You'd think that the don'ts would be fairly obvious, but you'd be surprised at how many people think they can get away with anything while inside a party bus. A party bus company isn't trying to act as the "fun police," but their first job is to keep everyone on board the bus as safe as possible, and that is where many of these "don'ts" come from (well, that and bus upkeep). While uncommon, accidents in party buses can happen, but if you follow the rules set forth by the party bus company then the odds of an accident actually happening are slim to none. Here are 10 simple rules of what to avoid doing while on a party bus:
Why Use Ninja Buses Services?
At the end of the day, people are going to party on a party bus. We get that! It's part of the business. Our goal here at Ninja Buses is to ensure that you have the absolute best party bus experience imaginable, albeit in a safe way. The "don'ts" are all fairly standard rules that you'll find at most party bus companies, but we don't enforce them to be mean. We just want to keep everyone safe. We will do just that when you book a bus with us! We want to make your trip as fun as possible so that you hardly have to do any work (We won't even make you look up our DOT status. You can see it right here!).
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We've discussed how to pick the party bus that is right for you based on its look and amenities, but what about making sure it's the right size? After all, you need to make sure you can fit everyone inside the bus! Let's talk about the different party bus sizes you'll come across in your hunt for the perfect party bus.
What Factors Affect The Needed Party Bus Sizes?
1. Number of People
The most important thing to consider when choosing a party bus size is the number of people in your group. If you've ever planned a party, then you know that this is not as easy as it sounds. People can flake at the last minute.
Sometimes people don't RSVP until the day of the party. It's pandemonium!
A good rule of thumb is to get as many RSVPs as you can and then expect about three more people than that to show up on the day of the party. If they don't show up, then you've got extra space. If they do, then you'll be glad you considered it!
This is the one thing that everyone forgets about. Yes, you could be bringing 20 or 30 people on the party bus, but what items will all of you be bringing? Will everyone be bringing their own cooler?
If so, you've got to make sure you have plenty of extra space on the bus.
What about games? Or food containers?
Think about all of the items that everyone will be bringing with them and make sure you book a bus with enough space for that.
3. Needed Space
Finally, you've got to consider the space that all of your guests need.
A bus that has a capacity for 30 people may mean that the people are sitting shoulder-to-shoulder. This doesn't mean that they're being packed in the bus like a bunch of sardines, but it does mean that there won't be a ton of space to move around.
As terrible as it sounds, you'll also want to consider the sizes of your guests. If anyone is on the larger side of the spectrum, then you may want to consider the airplane rule and consider them as two passengers.
How to Choose The Right Party Bus Size
If you want to choose the right party bus size, all you have to do is carefully consider the three things listed above, and remember:
Ninja Bus Sizes
At Ninja Buses, we offer a wide variety of bus sizes and styles to fit your group. The style is an important thing to consider because it does directly impact the capacity of the bus:
Our smallest and most economical vehicle is the shuttle bus. It has a maximum capacity of 16 people.
Due to its more conventional interior, this bus is perfect for smaller groups merely looking for a mode of transportation to get from one place to the next.
2. Tour Bus
Despite being the largest vehicle in our fleet, our John Denver tour bus Calypso can "only" hold up to 26 passengers.
That is still a lot, and it's filled with many more amenities than the other buses, including a wet bar, sofas, a restroom, etc.
3. School Bus
We know, a party isn't necessarily what comes to mind when you think of a school bus, but hear us out: with completely refurbished interiors and electronic upgrades, a school bus makes for the perfect party bus.
With the party bus seating (bench-style and facing each other), you're able to fit up to 30 people in one of these bad boys.
4. City Bus
Now for the big guy: the Urban Force city bus.
Formerly a Cap Metro transit vehicle, the Urban Force has 30 seats in it but also has plenty of standing room for extra guests (just like a city bus).
This bus is great for those really large groups, not only because of the excess space but also because it has the best air conditioning out of all of our buses, an absolute necessity in the summer!
Take a look at all the vehicles of Ninja Buses by visiting our website and book your party bus today!