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Renting a bus for your journey to Prince George allows you to relax while the traffic is handled, weather and directions. Both full size buses that seat up to 56 people and mini-buses for smaller groups are available, and luxury buses have optional WiFi and flat screens. Touring around in a luxury bus makes any vacation less stressful and more enjoyable. Drivers know all the roads and destinations, so you don't have to worry about getting lost, getting stuck in bad traffic or finding parking. The modern buses are ideal for business travelers as well with comfortable seating and power strips for your laptops and electronic devices. Buses also make transportation for academic events, sports teams and large wedding parties easy. GoGo Charters is an experienced and reputable company serving over 200 destinations in North America with elegant high-end transportation. Public transit has inefficient routes and multiple stops with conditions that are often uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous. The buses are safe, comfortable and time-efficient, and they offer the highest standard of luxury bus rental.

Prince George Attractions

The largest city in northern British Columbia, Prince George has all the modern conveniences and entertainment of an urban center with all the outdoor attractions of British Columbia's northern wilderness.

Outdoor Adventure:

Northern British Columbia is famous for its rugged beauty and offers dozens of parks in and around its "Northern Capital". The spirit of adventure is alive and well in a city surrounded by the northern Canadian wilderness. The Ancient Forest of Chun T'oh Wudujut is an inland wet-temperate rainforest. Fang Mountain has challenging and breathtaking hiking trails for someone who wants a true wilderness adventure. The Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park offers a convenient central location with a playground, a waterpark, a floral garden, tennis courts and a mini train. There's also the Pidherny Bike Trails for mountain biking, and the Otway Nordic Ski Centre for skiing and dog sledding. Charter a bus for nearby destinations and tour all the nearby natural attractions without getting lost or worrying about traffic.


The "Northern Capital" of British Columbia holds several seasonal festivals. The BCNE, or British Columbia Northern Exhibition, is a family fair that has been running since the early twentieth century. The fall festival celebrates the old lumbering and frontier traditions with a lumberjack competition, bull riding, barrel racing and a fireworks show to close. Live music, children's games and entertainment are scheduled throughout the month of July as part of the Summer Festival. The Winter Festival during February includes a folk music festival and a downtown winter carnival. Check with the festival events calendar for the latest additions and updates to the celebrations and events.

Historic and Cultural Attractions:

No trip is complete without traveling to the historic and artistic sites of a city and learning about the local traditions and culture. The Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum boasts an extensive collection of vintage railroad locomotives, cars and artifacts. The exhibits are created for both children and adults to enjoy and include a mini-railroad train ride. Another museum created to appeal to children is The Exploration Place with interactive exhibits of science, history and nature. There's also an observatory, theaters, art galleries and shopping with a wide range of brand name and speciality shops. After you've seen the plays, eaten the local specialities and experienced the art scene, you can book a day trip to the historic town of Barkerville and the Fort St. James National Historic Site to experience how life was lived in a gold-rush town and a fur trading post. The traditions and history of a place are what creates its identity and make it a unique location in the world.

Sports and Recreation:

As a people who love the outdoors but also enjoy being active indoors, the largest city in northern British Columbia provides a variety of sports and recreation destinations to visit. In addition to the vast parks of northern British Columbia, you can swim at the Aquatic Center, play at the escape room gaming facility, drive on the go-cart race track, bowl at the bowling alleys, ice skate at the skating rink or golf at one of the local golf courses. Charter a bus to adventure companies in the surrounding area for luxury travel to the heli-skiing and wilderness safaris. There is so much to see and do in northern British Columbia from outdoor adventures, to historic locations, to entertaining celebrations. Let GoGo Charters take care of your bus reservation and give you time to enjoy all your destinations, so you can enjoy the experiences of your visit while being assured that your travel will be efficient, enjoyable and safe.

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