You can now tour Joshua Tree and the Southwest in a luxury bus built for rock stars


You’ve probably seen those luxury buses used by rock stars while on tour. Now, you can take a your own tour of California in one…with 10 of your friends.

Roadies is a company that is launching seven-day tours of California and the Southwest this summer in their tricked out buses that come complete with sleeping berths, lounges, flat-screen TVs, showers, and more.

Those who book can head out on the road with seven-day itineraries between Los Angels, San Diego and Las Vegas or Palm Springs, Joshua Tree National Park and the Grand Canyon.

“We see it as an opportunity to reinvent the great American road trip,” the company’s co-founder Mark Wills told the New York Times.

The bus will drive at night and then partner with a hotel or resort at each destination, allowing those on the bus access to the resort’s amenities. Roadies will also help guests set up excursions at each point. A guide, called a “tour manager,” accompanies guests along the way, giving advice and organizing group dinners and entertainment.

The cost of the weeklong trips begin at $1,299.

Check out more info here.