Below is a list of our frequently asked questions. However, if you can't find the answer to your question, do not hesitate to contact us.
For over thirty years we have been serving the people of South Carolina, traveling throughout the United States and Canada, with an emphasis on safety and customer service. Learn more about the Capitol Tours difference.
We provide transportation to groups of all sizes from 20, 50, 100, 200 and more.
A charter is bus transportation only whereas a tour also includes the events, attractions, accommodations and meals planned by our staff.
While we welcome customers to come by our office and meet our staff, we are also available to meet with you at your place of business, church or school.
We believe safety comes first with all of our passengers. While there are no regulations prohibiting drive-through-the-night travel, we believe it is unsafe to disrupt a driver’s normal sleep cycle. However, we'd love the opportunity to work with you and discuss your options.
Trip insurance isn't required; however, it is recommended for multi-day adventures to help protect you and your trip investment against the unexpected. Contact us for more information regarding trip insurance.
No. In many states, open container laws also apply to motorcoaches. Allowing alcohol to be consumed puts our driver at risk of being ticketed. Therefore, we do not allow alcohol consumption on our buses.
To ensure the quality of our trips and customer service, we strive to take care of our customers with our own staff and equipment. We only subcontract our trips out to other companies for special events or unforeseen circumstances. In the instance that we have to subcontract a trip, we work with members of the American Bus Association, Motorcoach Association of South Carolina and the United Motorcoach Association. If we have to subcontract out to another company, the customer will be notified in advance.