If you are thinking about renting a party bus to host a bachelor or bachelorette party for a friend, guests will most likely enjoy the several benefits it provides as it transports everyone to the destinations during a fun night out. During this time, you may want to consider playing a few games to get everyone into a festive mood for the time ahead. Here are some games you can play while in transit, as they involve minimal props and movement from participants.
Party-Bus Scavenger Hunt
Ask your limousine service if you can go inside the exact party bus you are going to rent for the party so you can take photos of the interior. This will help you incorporate lists you can use to construct a scavenger hunt to be done while you are in transit. This hunt will be done individually, so there will not be a lot of people moving about the area at one time.
Have each participant look at their individual list of items they need to find for an allotted amount of time. Tell them to fold up the list and put it down. They will then have a designated time limit to find the items inside the party vehicle. Each item should be photographed with a cell phone. After each person has taken their turn, have one person check the lists against the pictures to determine who had found the most items from their list.
Guess the Partner's Answer
Have each participant send questions to the bachelor or bachelorette's significant other in the weeks before the party and ask them to answer each one truthfully so you can use the questions in a game for the party. Each person at the party can ask the bride- or groom-to-be a question from the list and see if they are able to give the same answer that their partner revealed. For each answer they get wrong, have them pay a penalty, such as drinking a shot of liquor from the stocked party-bus bar or lip-syncing to a song on the sound system provided. This is a game that will be sure to get a lot of laughs.
Banned Words Game
Word games are great to play while traveling in between destination stops, as they do not require anyone to get out of their seat. Consider giving each guest a list of words they are not to say at any time they are inside the party bus. These should pertain to the wedding, such as the words "bride," "single," or "married." If someone says one of the "banned" words, they will need to drink a shot of alcohol or take on a dare that the bride or groom gives them.
For more information about bus activities or to get inspiration from what previous groups have done, contact a party-bus and limousine service in your area.