RentaBus is a leading supplier of coach and bus rentals in the West Coast. We have a wide range of vehicles available for hire from all over New Zealand. Our extensive network of depots across New Zealand allows us to find the perfect vehicle for your trip and a competitive price. Simply fill in the quote form above and we will take care of the rest!
Why Choose Rentabus to find you the right transport in the West Coast
- We offer Budget, Standard, & Luxury vehicles of all sizes – giving you the perfect match for your tour, school trip, festival or corporate event.
- We think a well informed customer is a happy one. So we do our best to ensure you have all the details, including a contact number for your bus driver.
- We regularly check our bus drivers to make sure they comply with all local regulations.
The West Coast is a sparsely populated region in the west of the South Island. Famous for its easily accessible glaciers and untamed natural wilderness, the West Coast offers a host of awe-striking wonder and beauty from turquoise gorge waters to mountain-reflecting lakes. Traveling through the coast via the Great Coast Road is an adventure in itself. The West Coast is dotted with small towns hosting phenomenal sights of New Zealand’s landscape.
Top Destinations in the West Coast Region
- Visit the small township of Frank Josef for hikes through beautiful landscape including the famous Frank Josef Valley Glacier Walk
- If you need sunshine travel over to sunny Nelson
- Hike or take flight to see the ethereal Fox Glacier
- Follow the Great Coast Road, one of the top 10 coastal drives in the world stopping at the many famous West Coast spots along the way
- In the heart of the West Coast is a town called Greymouth with a history of gold mining, which can be appreciated at the local museum Shantytown
- Visit Punakaiki home to Pancake Rocks where columns of water shoot skyward from rocks that resemble giant stacks of hotcakes
- Swim in the blue pools of Haast
- Awe at the beautiful Lake Matheson that reflects Aoraki/Mount Cook and Mount Tasman
- Mountain bike the Old Ghost Road, a long-forgotten gold miners’ road
- Visit Haast was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its spectacular beaches, dunes, lakes and wetlands with the soaring background of the Southern Alps
- Walk past turquoise rivers at the Hokitika Gorge
- Observe the seal colony at Cape Foulwind
- Experience limestone Tolkein-esque arches, caves, whiskey coloured rivers, lakes and rainforest within the Kahurangi National Park