Are you planning a party bus trip with your furry friend? If so, you'll want to know what fees and regulations are associated with bringing pets on board. On-site, dogs can ride internal buses at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground and Disney's Port Orleans Resort. Dogs can also travel with their owners through Walt Disney World Resort through the Minnie Van service. Service animals are only allowed on Disney Transportation coaches, monorails, or boats.Peter Pan Bus Lines will allow passengers to bring a small dog or cat (other pets are not allowed) on board all of its coaches, as long as the pet is inside a pet carrier.
The company is only responsible for transportation on its own lines in accordance with applicable rates and limitations, and assumes no responsibility for the acts or omissions of third parties, including Interline partners, except as required by law. In addition, you may not sell, rent, lease, distribute, transmit, sublicense, or assign any rights to the Site or its content to any third party. The service animal must be under the owner's control at all times and must not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of others, at the sole discretion of Peter Pan Bus Lines. Peter Pan Bus Lines may not be able to accommodate all passengers traveling on a wheeled mobility device, as each bus is limited to two passengers traveling on a wheeled mobility device. The company will not be responsible for injuries suffered by a passenger or passengers caused or as a result of the fall or movement of luggage during transportation. Peter Pan Bus Line tickets are non-refundable, limited as recommended and cannot be transferred by passengers.
The company reserves the right to dispose of or donate items to a local charity, at its discretion. Peter Pan Bus Lines shall have the right to deny transportation to a passenger or to remove them from the bus at any time for health and safety reasons, for disorderly, offensive, abusive, illegal or violent conduct or that interferes with the functions of the driver or other passengers. A service animal means that any dog that has been individually trained to work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability will be allowed to travel at no additional charge.