Nanaimo Limos, Buses and Coach Service
Nanaimo Party Buses & Limos services are provided to Coquitlam, Burnaby, Vancouver, Whistler, Seattle, Vancouver Island including Victoria and Nanaimo as well as all other areas of the Lower Mainland.
We provide safe experienced, professional service with competitive rates for limousine, limo bus, wedding limos and coach services. These services are provided whether it is from your Vancouver Island Nanaimo location either to travel to downtown Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle or out for dinner at a favorite restaurant or nightclub.
Our regularly updated Limousines & Party Buses have been in business for 14 years providing exquisite quality service. We are members of the Vancouver and district Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. Our Limos, Buses and Coaches are officially licensed by the British Columbia Passenger Transportation Board and are regularly provincially inspected. We offer professional services with competent experienced proficient and skillful chauffeurs.
We operate a diverse variety of pristine vehicles ranging from classic vintage, stretch SUV’s, and regular limos to party buses in 20, 30 and 48 passenger configurations. These are available for your wedding days, birthdays, anniversaries, stags/ stagettes and will permit and encourage you to relax and enjoy the limousine experience. At Vancouver Party Bus our promise is excellence and fun!
Call to inquire 778.355.5466 or Contact Us online.
About Nanaimo, BC
Nanaimo with a population of 80,000 is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island 110 kilometers north of Victoria and 55 kilometers west of Vancouver across Georgia Strait. It is sometimes referred to as the Hub city due to its central location on Vancouver Island. Nanaimo is served by 3 BC Ferry Terminals, Duke Point, Departure Bay and Downtown.
Nanaimo is also known as “The Bathtub Racing Capital of the World. Contestants annually gather from around the world to race from Nanaimo Departure Bay and return. Originally the race was from Nanaimo Harbour 36 miles or 55 kilometers across the Strait of Georgia to Vancouver.