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Renting a Long Island Bus: Exploring Long Island

Why Rent a Long Island Bus

Learning new public transportation routes can be confusing in a new city. Instead of deciphering train routes and schedules, book a personal bus and let your driver handle navigation. You’ll be able to relax and enjoy the view without the worries of driving.

Book a Long Island bus and it will get you covered. Your personal driver will transport you all over the city to restaurants, museums, theaters, parks, and other venues with ease. Instead of relying on public transportation, which can operate on a fixed schedule, your personal driver will operate on your time as you travel around the city.

Renting a Long Island Bus | Exploring Long Island - Winery Limo Tours

Explore Long Island

Long Island is one of the most densely-populated cities in the country. There’s a reason why the natives who grew up in Long Island stay and thousands of others in surrounding areas flock to this popular destination each year. With opulent mansions, championship golf, world-class wineries, white-sand beaches, and fabulous shopping, you’re sure to enjoy your stay in Long Island.

 

Attractions

Just minutes from Manhattan, you’ll find a perfect getaway. The region is most commonly known for its world-class wineries, some of the best on the east coast. If you’re planning a trip for your group during the warmer months, a Long Island wine tour is an absolute must.

Headed to the North Fork of Long Island? Check out Bedell Cellars. The first grapevine planted here dates to 1980 where the founder, Kip Bedell, earned the title “Mr. Merlot” in Wine Spectator Magazine. Wines from Bedell made is so far up the rankings that they were even served at the 2013 U.S. Presidential Inauguration. Jamesport Vineyard is also a must-do with wine tastings, tours and live entertainment as low as $15.

If there’s one more thing Long Island is known for, it’s the beaches. Long Beach stretches out over 3 miles with beautiful, white sand. Whether you’re looking for great waves, seashells to hunt for, fishing docks, or just a space to bronze your tan, Long Island has it for you.

 

Recreation

You may want to brush up on your pop culture when heading to The Hamptons (East end of Long Island) where hundreds of celebrities flock to – Steven Spielberg and Billy Joel even have houses there.

The kids in your group will have days of fun with handfuls of thrilling attractions. Adventureland Amusement Park is fun for all ages with over 30 rides. Deep Hollow Ranch offers beachside horseback riding, educational wagon tours. A family favorite, Splish Splash Waterpark is also Long Island hit with over 90 acres of water rides.

Long Island offers a ton of indoor attractions as well for guests traveling during the colder months. Get lost inside Long Island Aquarium, housing dozens of exhibits, events and educational shows. The city is also known for its cultural and historic treasures found inside museums like the Heckscher Museum of Art, Sag Harbor Whaling Museum, and Sands Point Preserve.

 

Rent a Long Island Bus

A variety of Long Island buses come equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi and power outlets. Depending on the size of your bus, you’ll have the opportunity to serve your guests with ample leg room, storage for luggage and reclining seats. To get the best Long Island Bus Service, Book Now!