Coach Connection USA meets any, and all, charter bus rental needs you may have in Orlando, FL metropolitan area. Whether you require a charter bus rental, minibus rental or a luxurious limousine services for business, clients or partners, Coach Connection USA is here to ensure that you have the most comfortable, reliable transportation you want and deserve. Our agents are available around the clock to answer your questions and make sure you have what you need, when you want it. Your satisfaction is our main priority!

Whether you are sightseeing, chartering multiple buses for an major event, Hospital, Construction, wedding or any other private transportation, Coach Connection USA stands by our name. Just ask our agents; we'll help you map out your travel itinerary as we're very knowledgeable of all the attractions in the Orlando, FL metropolitan Area. Coach connection USA can provide local School Transportation as well. When you're looking for a Transportation Bus company in the Orlando, FL area, Let us be your only stop for all of your charter bus rental needs.

Possible touristic destinations:

  • - Walt Disney World
  • - SeaWorld Orlando
  • - Orlando Premium Outlets - Vineland Avenue
  • - Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
  • - Ripley's Believe it or Not! Orlando Odditorium

Fun Fact:

  • Motion pictures that were filmed in Orlando include Passenger 57, D.A.R.Y.L., Jaws 3, My Girl, Parenthood, Problem Child 2, Lethal Weapon 3, Dead Presidents, The Waterboy, Olive Juice and Monster.
  • There is a plaque at Lake Eola commemorating Orlando Reeves' death during a battle with the Seminole Indians in the 1800s. It is said that the City is named after Mr. Reeves, though no official documentation exists to support that.
  • The Orlando Wetlands, located in east Orange County, is home to over 30 species of wildlife that are listed on the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission's Threatened and Endangered Wildlife list.
  • The first person to make a solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean in a gas balloon was Orlando resident Joe Kittinger in 1978.

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