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Bus Miami - Orlando: Trip Overview

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12:15 AM - 11:59 PM
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Ratings and Reviews

Nicole L.
November 24, 2016 | Staff: 2 | Timeliness: 2

The driver kept putting loud music in the bus. Also, fighting with someone over the phone.

Amanda M.
November 19, 2016 | Staff: 1 | Timeliness: 1

There were no wifi or outlet

Anastasiya L.
November 14, 2016 | Staff: 3 | Timeliness: 3


Emiliano P.
October 20, 2016 | Staff: 5 | Timeliness: 5

The Driver Fernando Ramos was excellent in everything

Silvana H.
October 9, 2016 | Staff: 2 | Timeliness: 2

Bad customer service, people is mean when asking you for documents or giving "orders" not indications, they treat you really bad. Should tell your people that there are passangers who doesn't speak english as a first language. Tried to charge $15 for an extra bag...also for a lunchbox with toys that my 4 years old was carrying.

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How to Get from Miami to Orlando by Bus

Miami and Orlando each offer something different to travelers, Miami with its stunning beaches and Orlando with the world’s most exciting theme parks. What’s even better is that it’s easy to get from Miami to Orlando by bus in just a few short hours, making the bus a viable low-stress alternative to flying!

How long can I expect to be on the bus?

The trip takes between four and six hours by bus. Most trips are direct, though some buses like Greyhound will make a stop at a service area about three hours in. If you really want to stretch your legs, consider going one-way to Port Saint Lucie, then one-way to Orlando.

What are the schedules like?

Because there are so many trips going out each day, you should have no problem departing at a time that’s convenient for you. There are trips seven days a week beginning from 5 a.m. and ending at around 11 p.m., departing at least every one to two hours.

How much will it cost?

By booking your ticket with companies like Busbud, you can find tickets as low as $20 one-way. Riders can sometimes save some money by purchasing a round-trip ticket at once instead of two one way tickets. If you purchase your ticket at the station, there may be more discounts available. There are also occasional promo codes offered through Busbud, so check often.

How do I buy a ticket?

Buying a ticket is easy. Just log onto Busbud, search for routes from Miami to Orlando, and select your route. You will be asked to put in your information, but just make sure it’s the same info on the photo ID you plan to be using for the trip. You can reserve your ticket using a credit or debit card, or you can buy a ticket at the departure station you plan on leaving from.

Where do the buses leave and depart from in Miami and Orlando?

Miami has six departure stations, three of which are at the airport, one in South Beach, one in North Beach, and one at the Holiday Inn Port of Miami – Downtown. Orlando has five arrival stops. One at Walt Disney, one at Universal Studios, one at the Greyhound Station, one at the RedCoach Station, and one at the Super Tours Station. You should have no problem getting a bite to eat at any one of these stations before your trip.

What amenities can I expect to find on the bus?

There are a few bus companies making the trip from Miami to Orlando, including Super Tours, Greyhound, Jet Set Express, and RedCoach. In general, all the buses have Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, a bathroom, and a TV. Some of the buses even have power outlets and additional legroom, but those will come at a higher price. There’s nothing wrong with paying a little more for the extra amenities.

What is it like taking a bus vs. flying?

Though buses might seem outdated, they are still one of the most painless modes of transportation. There are no airports or security checks, and you can enjoy some beautiful scenery through the window. Tickets are also very easy to buy and print at home, which makes taking a taking a bus from Miami to Orlando one of the easiest options out there.

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Bus Travel Tips

    If you're abroad, study some local language. Not only could it get you out of a pickle during your bus trip from Miami to Orlando but it'll also be endearing to native speakers who will surely appreciate your effort.
    Much more than a mere vehicle taking you from Miami to Orlando, riding the bus will expose you to some of most stunning panoramas while enroute to your final bus stop.
    Buses are energy-efficient. Carrying a passenger over 100 kms by coach only takes 0.6-0.9 liters of gas. Compare that to the 2.6 liters required by high-speed train, 6.6 liters by airplane and 7.6 liters by gas-powered car, and it's clear that the bus is a more environmentally-conscious option for your bus transportation from Miami to Orlando.
    Make a music playlist for your bus ride from Miami to Orlando, and enjoy the scenery to tunes from your own personal soundtrack.

Did you know?

  • Did you know some bus companies in Germany offer to their passenger low-costs snacks and regional beer based on their destination? Prosit!
  • The word 'bus' is an abbreviation of 'omnibus" which means 'for all' in Latin as buses were meant to be transportation for everybody.
  • 9.2% of ground transporation in Europe is done by bus versus 7.4% by train.
  • The bus driver with the longest career in the world drove more than 2,000,000 miles and is a happy World Record holder.

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