Pers Party Bus

The streets of Gauteng are not only adorned with its famous purple Jacaranda blooms but also with two big purple buses …

Jollyride Purple Bus CC’s Open Top Purple Buses | Pers Party Busse

The buses are available for charter for office functions, birthday and bachelor parties and more...

The streets of Pretoria are not only adorned with its famous purple Jacaranda blooms but also with two big purple buses – the Jollyride Purple Bus CC’s Open Top Purple Buses! We acquired and transformed old city council buses into sightseeing and Party Buses.
The buses are licensed to carry 60 passengers each. The top deck is partially covered in the middle, but is open on the sides. A bar counter (you must supply your own drinks), LED lights, radio / CD-system (MP3 with USB port) with 10 speakers and a toilet are also fitted on the buses.
The buses are available for charter for office functions, birthday and bachelor parties, marches, weddings, sightseeing tours and for general transport to sport events, golf days, dinner evenings – basically anything!

  1. 1. We provide the bus with diesel and a driver. What you do on the bus, the music (bring an audio cable or CD’s / MP3), visits to venues, refreshments and the route to be traveled are for your own arrangements. You can do on the bus what you want, provided you don’t damage the bus and don’t interfere with the bus driver.
  2. A route must be supplied to us. The buses can only travel on/in highways, city centres, big roads through suburbs and approved city council bus routes. Not all roads are accessible for double decker buses and if trees, bridges, telephone and electricity lines aren’t especially approved on a route, the bus can’t travel on that route. It is still your responsibility to ensure that the driver takes the correct route.
    The driver holds the right to refuse to drive on an inaccessible route for the bus.
  3. 3. You can stop where you want to on the approved route. Free entrance and special offers are available from (we recommend arranging with the venues beforehand):
  4. Free entrance and special offers are available from:
    • Rafters Pub, Garsfontein Road: Arline: 082 600 3469 / 071 610 2132 Website:
    • Market at The Sheds, Pretoria Central (certain dates only), contact Mareli, 082 854 6854,
    • Bruno’s Bar at Centurion Lake Hotel, Lenchen Avenue, Contact: Janine Radel, 012 643 3701
    • Hogshead Pub, Hazelwood, Contact: Berno, 012 346 3391 / 084 643 8002 /
    • Café Riche, Church Square Pretoria: Contact Leon, 012 323 1332
    • The Lion’s Den at Hotel 224, Arcadia Pretoria, rooftop venue / bar, contact Derick Tait, 012 440 5281,
  5. Banners that are attached to the bus with ropes and magnetic boards are allowed, but NO stickers.
  6. You are not allowed to sell alcohol from the bus unless you have a liquor licence. Note that drinking in public is not allowed and no alcohol is allowed at national security key points like the Union Buildings.
  7. Measurements of the bus: Height: 4.7 m; Length: 11 m.; Width: 2.7 m.

  1. Decide on a date and contact our booking agent, Ulysses Tours, at 012 653 0018 to find out if a bus is available on that date. We do not take tentative reservations – first come first served.
  2. Complete the booking form together with a 50% deposit of the total cost and a copy of your ID, and fax it to 012 653 4609 or e-mail, The deposit is non-refundable. Should you want to cancel or move the date, a new booking and deposit are required.
    ABSA Bank Centurion (632005), cheque account: 4079190307.

  4. The balance amount and your proposed route are due 3 weeks before the planned trip.
  5. After payment, get a booking number from the Ulysses Tours office. This will be your only confirmation that the bus is booked. Paying a deposit or sending a booking form doesn’t guarantee a booking.
  6. A R2000 breakage / “extra time” deposit is also payable. This is refundable after the trip (within a maximum of 2 weeks), should there be no damage to the bus and if we dropped you on the booked time.
    • Why? People do strange things on our bus when alcohol is involved and people enjoy the trip so much sometimes that they stay longer on the bus than planned. You cannot pay the driver cash for extra hours. It will be deducted from your deposit.
    • For bookings made in less than 48 hours before your trip, make sure that the bus is still available before payment is made.