Richmond Party Bus Service

For over 19 years our Richmond party bus service has been providing  transportation for exquisite weddings, the wildest stags and professional corporate events. Our fast, efficient and affordable party bus transportation is an ideal option for large groups travelling to downtown Vancouver, Vancouver International Airport and Whistler. We service all regions of Metro Vancouver, Surrey, The Fraser Valley and Whistler. We can handle extended trips for cross border shopping to the USA, winery tours in the Fraser Valley and BC Ferry trips to Vancouver Island

Our fleet of pristine vehicles covers the full range of classic vintage limos, stretch SUV’s, standard limos and sedans to large party buses in 20 – 30+ passenger configurations.  These vehicles are all available for your wedding day events, birthdays, anniversaries, stags/stagettes, corporate events, golf trips, Whistler trips, and sightseeing adventures. After you book with us you can go ahead, relax and just enjoy the chauffeured limousine experience while we tackle the driving, traffic and navigation.

Our professional support staff is always available to take inquiries by phone at (604) 937-7480 or contact us through our website’s CONTACT FORM.

Richmond Party Bus Service

  • Stag/StagetteParties
  • Weddings
  • Corporate Events
  • Vancouver Sightseeing Tours
  • Whistler
  • Sports Events
  • Concerts
  • Graduation Day


About Richmond, BC

Richmond is a city of about 194,000 located entirely on two alluvial islands which were deposited by the Fraser River at the estuary.  Richmond is located immediately south of Vancouver resulting in about a 25 minute commute to the downtown Vancouver area.  Sea Island in Richmond is home to the Vancouver International Airport 2nd busiest in Canada.

Richmond displays a rich vibrant ethnic culture. Transportation now includes the Canada Line light rail commuter service to the passenger transportation centre on the waterfront in Vancouver.  A historic fishing village of Steveston dating from the late 19 century is at the southern Fraser River boundary.