18 Feb What Does a Major League Baseball Bus Tour Entail?
I am often asked if a bus tour is actually a good way to travel. Or I have been posed the question that a group tour is not really something I think I would enjoy. Although everyone has their preferences and comfort levels, I don’t think the charter bus experience is an area for anyone to be concerned. I can’t think of a better way to travel than by extremely comfortable private seats, with an on-board restroom, entertainment plug-ins, and smooth ride that our charter buses provide.
One of the best features of our tours is the fact that we really don’t spend that much time on the bus in the first place. We have carefully planned out baseball tour itineraries that maximize the time we have in each city. The longest drives that we take are about four hours in length and those are the day trips that visit the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY or the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, PA.
Both of these drives are through beautiful green hill country of upstate New York and through the forested lands of Northern Pennsylvania. It truly is a wonderful country drive that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime.
I also remind those that are apprehensive about a charter bus group baseball tour that they are sharing this vacation with many other baseball fans who usually share many of the same interests and values that they themselves believe in.
This is the part of the baseball road trip travel experience that you can’t get by trying to package a vacation together on your own. At the end of a trip a common reaction is the surprise attendees have at how much they enjoyed the entire experience rather than just the highlights of certain games or the historical sights they visited.
If you were thinking about a baseball road trip vacation with Triple Crown Travel Baseball Tours but still had doubts about a group bus tour, give me a call or email and I hope to ease any concerns that you may have.