Where do we start? With numerous Disney attractions and theme parks that include Walt Disney World, SeaWorld and Universal Studios, Orlando is undoubtedly the family entertainment capital of the world.
Planning your trip in advance is essential to the perfect stay. We have been arranging trips for our clients for many years and can help with all the key decisions, including:
- When do we go?
- How long do we need there?
- What do we do when we're there?
- Where do we stay — hotel or villa?
- Are there many benefits in staying at a Disney hotel?
- Which park tickets should we buy in advance?
- Do we need to hire a car?
Orlando's theme parks
In Orlando, you'll find something for everyone. It's important to be aware that there are discounted ticket packages that can only be purchased in the UK, so please ask us for advice.
Orlando's theme parks include:
- Walt Disney World® Resort
- Universal Orlando® Resort
- SeaWorld® Orlando
- LEGOLAND® Florida Resort
At Walt Disney World, you'll find four distinct theme parks, including Magic Kingdom® Park, Epcot®, Disney's Hollywood Studios® and Disney's Animal Kingdom®. Plus two water parks: Disney's Blizzard Beach® and Disney's Typhoon Lagoon®.
Head to Universal Orlando for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™, which is part of the action at Universal Studios Florida™ and Universal's Islands of Adventure™. For wild water fun or complete relaxation, be sure to visit Universal's Volcano Bay™.
For up-close animal encounters and thrilling rollercoasters, SeaWorld® Orlando's main theme park has you covered. You can also get wet and wild at Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark, or even swim with dolphins at Discovery Cove®.
Children and their families can enjoy kids-focused rides and plenty of building opportunities at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort and its onsite water park.
What else does Florida have to offer?
It's not all about the theme parks! Florida 'the sunshine state' offers incredible weather all year-round. It has miles of white sandy beaches and the seafood is delicious. The Florida Keys, a string of tiny tropical islands linked by huge bridges, are a great destination for fishing, boating, snorkeling and scuba diving. The Everglades National Park is one of largest in the USA housing alligators set in an incredible wilderness. Miami with its iconic beaches and art deco buildings is well worth a visit. There are many reasons why you should explore Florida, so please ask us if you'd like any further information.
We sincerely care that your trip is the family holiday of a lifetime, so if you're interested in discussing where to go in Florida, or if you would like to have a chat about visiting the theme parks, the best places to stay or you wish to find out about Orlando package holidays, then feel free to get in touch with us for advice — it's never too early to start planning!