The Ultimate Guide to Party Bus Games

Are you looking for the perfect way to make your party bus ride memorable? Look no further! From board games to drinking games, there are plenty of ways to keep your passengers entertained. Whether you're looking for a classic game like Apples to Apples or something more creative like What's in the Bag, we've got you covered. We've also got some great tips on how to survive long bus trips and make the most of your journey. Board games are a great way to start the party.

Apples to Apples, Cards Against Humanity, Old Maid, Go Fish, Uno, and The Game of Life (there's an excellent version for tablets) are all great options. If you're having a drink or two on the bus, you can turn games into drinking games if everyone is 21 or older. Charades is another game that can go with the theme of your party bus. This classic game can be played in pairs or teams.

Statues is a fun game that involves a little dancing. Turn up the volume of the music and when it stops, everyone will freeze like a statue. The challenge game is similar to Truth or Dare, but more interesting. Each person should write down a challenge and each one put their own in a bowl.

Everyone chooses a bowl challenge. If your party bus is full of women, playing with what's in the bag is one of the best ideas for a party bus. You can play individually, in a group, or even in a competition to see who gets the most statuses. The game continues with each player asking the rest of the passengers on the party bus a question. Cheers to the Governor is a bit more complicated than the other party bus drinking games we've listed here, but it's a lot of fun if you play it right. A trivia game can also be a lot of fun, especially if you invent your own specially designed questions to make everyone feel more comfortable with each other. Music is one of the best ways to turn a night into a party.

A karaoke contest is one way to spend an epic night. Especially for longer trips (and let's be honest, getting anywhere in Los Angeles can sometimes take forever), drinking games are a big distraction and a way to get everyone involved. We have some ideas to get you started with our 40 best road trip podcasts and 32 best road trip audiobooks. Do you love questions? We've got a ton of conversation starters for the long bus ride with our 127 questions about the road trip and 71 fun questions about the family road trip. From themed party bus ideas to the best drinks and games, there are plenty of ways to create amazing memories. Everyone can play for longer and will be ready to party when they arrive at their destination, instead of being too far away. The Road Trip Expert participates in the Amazon Services LLC Partnership Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide sites with a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.

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