Myrtle Beach Charter Bus
Get ready for the time of your life with your gang on your charter bus tour of Myrtle Beach. This is the place to be, full of water, beaches, land and lots of fun.
Myrtle Beach was incorporated as a town in 1938 and became a city in 1957. Its name comes from the wax myrtle, a shrub that grows abundantly in the area. There are 23,000 permanent residents that welcome millions of visitors, including your charter bus gang, to this full-service resort community. Your charter bus group will enjoy the wide beaches, the Atlantic Ocean views, and an incredible range of activities that include entertainment, golf, shopping and dining.
Hundreds of years ago, Native Americans were already calling the area home, and your charter bus group still has the potential to find arrowheads on the beach areas even today. Here's a little history lesson for your charter bus gang, the history records indicate that the first tourists here were a party of Spaniards from Hispaniola, who landed about 50 miles north of present-day Myrtle Beach in 1526 and eventually established the first European settlement in the U.S. about 30 miles to the south.
In the next three centuries, the region's population grew, but slowly. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, people began to "vacation" here, although it was quite rustic. Houses and camps were sparse, and there were only few permanent residents at the turn of the century. But drawn by the ocean, sand and trees, people began to call Myrtle Beach "home" as the 1900s progressed.
First off, charter a stop by the beaches. Myrtle Beach is known for it's beautiful miles of white sand. The kind of wonderful soft sand everyone from your charter bus group will love to sink their toes into.
Second, if your charter bus gang loves golf or you have someone who has never played but would like to, your charter bus excursion came to the right city. Myrtle Beach area boasts a large number of golf courses, 120 at last count. Needless to say, golf is the Grand Strand's No. 1 sport. Yes, this is golf heaven.
If golf isn't your charter bus group's favorite sport, there are numerous other sports indulgences awaiting your participation. Baseball, indoor pro football, auto racing, collegiate, tennis, water sports, recreational fishing, and much more. The Myrtle Beach area has rightfully earned the nickname, "Sportstown USA".
Speaking of fishing, Myrtle Beach has fishing. Any kind you and the gang from the charter bus could want and more. Choose from one of eight fishing piers, along the Myrtle Beach area’s 60-miles of beach, as well as in backwater creeks between Georgetown and Little River (where the crabbing is great, too). For the more serious fishermen (and women) in your charter bus crew, they can board a head boat for bottom fishing, or charter a boat and venture all the way to the Gulf Stream for true deep-sea sports fishing.
This is a shoppers dream. It includes miles of boardwalk, 100’s of specialty shops, plenty of factory outlet stores, and numerous restaurants. Walk Barefoot in North Myrtle Beach or enjoy the feel of Broadway in the heart of it. It has three traditional malls offering large anchor department stores. Add in the many fine factory outlets, and you've chartered yourself an outstanding shopping excursion! A lazy day at the beach doesn't have to mean spending it all in the sand!
Myrtle Beach is seafood country at its best. You name the seafood and it's here. Your charter bus group will be treated to the freshest seafood they've ever encountered in their lives, unless they were fortunate enough to already live here in Myrtle Beach!
This will be the charter bus trip of a lifetime seeing all there is in Myrtle Beach.