Wednesday,  November 20, 2019  10:34 am

Busabout launches new U.S. West Coast travel option


Busabout launches new U.S. West Coast travel option

Busabout has launched a new three-stop travel pass along the U.S. Pacific coast, as part of its 2020 USA & Canada brochure.

For clients with limited time, the new 3-Stop West Coast Hop-on Hop-off Travel Pass allows them to choose their top spots on the West Coast network and the freedom to decide how long they want to stay, where they stay and how they spend their time. Once a client buys their pass, they can start planning their own adventure using Busabout’s MyTrip app – and change their mind as much as they want.

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In addition, the Unlimited West Coast Hop-on Hop-off Travel Pass will also return in 2020, giving clients access to eight destinations including L.A., San Francisco, South Lake Tahoe and Las Vegas. Clients can also add visits to popular cities Santa Barbara and San Diego, or connect with nature at Yosemite National Park and Mammoth Lakes, which are all optional stops. Busabout’s Unlimited Pass provides coach travel across the network for up to three months.

Plenty of options

Clients can choose between two main travel styles with Busabout – for flexibility on the West Coast, they can opt for a travel pass on its unique coach network to create their own adventure using the Hop-on Hop-off network, or choose a guided trip featuring both big cities and hidden gems. The 2020 program also features three new East Coast cross-border Adventures exploring the USA and Canada, including all accommodation, coach transportation, Busabout crew and a number of inclusions.

The travel operator launched into North America for the first time in 2019 and is venturing further in 2020, adding more adventures in the USA and along the East Coast of Canada. Clients can save 10 per cent off 2020 USA & Canada adventures when they book before Sept. 30, 2019.


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