The vacations are up, and it’s time to pack your bags to get away from hectic schedules. If it’s a family trip with kids, Orlando would be the perfect place. Many may not recognize Orlando by its name; Disney World would be a better way of conveying it.
Disney World definitely holds a lure for kids and adults alike with all its associated theme parks and exhibits. In fact, it’s not just Disney World, there are a lot of other fascinating parks in Orlando, and your vacation won’t definitely be enough to explore all of them.
Around this time of the year, you would not probably find Orlando in its moderate weather though it wouldn’t be particularly unpleasant either. But you would be able to catch a bit of Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival. If you visit Orlando for the first time, find accommodation within the Walt Disney World, which has 25 resort hotels that match all budgets.
Staying at Orlando Florida Hotels near theme parks puts you at the advantage of several perks such as on and off travel between parks, exclusive visits to the park before and after the office hours, and more. If multiple parks are there on your tour list, then you could arrange for accommodation suitable to compute the distance between them with ease.
Apart from Disney World, you would probably not want to miss SeaWorld, which has aquatic animal exhibits and water rides, Universal Studios Florida, and Islands of Adventure. Orlando is not just about the rides; you would find nature parks such as the Discovery Clove, where you interact with nature as you would never have done in life. You even get to kiss a dolphin! There is also the Wishes Firework where you get to see the characters of Disney World, such as Cinderella and Mickey Mouse, telling their story with fireworks and music synched to it. It gives such a visual and aural ambiance, which leaves a lasting imprint in your hearts.
Orlando has several water-theme parks to its credit too. The Water Typhoon, the SeaWorld Orlando of Disney, and the Blizzard Beach are as good as any original water bodies. Orlando offers adventure too. The Universal’s Land of Adventure, where you can enjoy the adventure with family, and the Gator Land, where you will find not family, but crocodiles and other reptiles with you, should not be missed if you are crazy about adventure.
Purchasing combination tickets would help you save money. These tickets would help you gain entry to multiple parks. The Disney Park offers ‘Park Hopper’ tickets, which can be used on all four theme parks of Disney, at additional prices. The Universal Studio also offers combination tickets for entry to the Land of Adventure.
If you haven’t purchased these tickets upfront, they could be added later after deciding what interests you in these parks. It is not advisable to visit multiple parks on the same day as this might be exhausting and spoil the beauty of the trip. So plan right, pack right and head off to a wonderful holiday.