Grab a slice of the Florida action and browse some of the exciting activities and attractions from across the Sunshine State.
Walt Disney World ResortCharacter Dining
Make plans for a delicious meal that comes with appearances by some of your favourite Disney Characters?and be sure to bring your camera and autograph book!Happily Ever After firework show at Magic Kingdom Park
Gather ‘round Cinderella Castle
for an awe-inspiring show that’s sure to surprise and delight.
This 18-minute show features more lasers, lights and projections than any other fireworks spectacular in the history of Magic Kingdom
Throughout Happily Ever After
, you’ll witness the many transformations of Cinderella Castle
as it becomes a part of popular Disney stories—and is brought to life by:
- Awe-inspiring fireworks and rooftop pyro
- Supportive state-of-the-art projections
- Brilliant lasers and immersive lighting
- A stirring score featuring contemporary versions of popular Disney songs
It all comes together in a dazzling way—for a fantastical finale to your day at Magic Kingdom
Park.Miss Adventure Falls at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Gather your crew and climb aboard for a thrilling, white-water voyage you won’t want to “Miss.”
Just beyond the pineapple fields of Crush ‘n’ Gusher
awaits an all-new, family-raft attraction owned by Captain Mary Oceaneer—a sea-faring treasure hunter whose haul was caught in a rogue typhoon… and scattered across this tropical paradise years ago.
From your 4-person raft, feel a rush of excitement with family and friends as an aquatic conveyor belt chutes you into action. Then, hold on tight as you spy precious artifacts collected from all around the globe.
SeaWorld Parks & EntertainmentWalk the ocean floor in SeaVenture at Discovery Cove
Don a dive-suit to explore The Grand Reef on this immersive underwater walking tour. Stand awestruck among schools of tropical fish and elegant rays with a vast open reef as your backdrop. Reach out and touch the gentle sea life that surrounds you. Come eye-to-eye with zebra sharks and rays (dont worry, they’re safely behind a glass divide). SeaVenture is available at an additional cost to the Discovery Cove Packages.Swim with dolphins at Discovery Cove
Want to tick something extraordinary off your bucket list? Step into the calm lagoon waters and see a dream come to life as you’re greeted by a bottlenose dolphin. Once you’ve befriended the dolphin you can wade a little further out and catch a dorsal fin ride back to shore. The breath-taking experience lasts 30 minutes, but the memories last a lifetime. Select the Dolphin Swim Package to enjoy this experience.Ride Mako at SeaWorld - Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest hypercoaster
Stalk and chase your prey through a sunken shipwreck, your perfect hunting ground. As one of the fastest sharks in the ocean: you dive deep, turn sharply and soar upwards so suddenly that you float right out of your seat in moments of total weightlessness… Thrill-seekers look no further than this record-breaking hypercoaster.
Daytona BeachEndless Adventures await
Daytona Beach is a wonderful blend of the easy beach lifestyle and world-class arts and entertainment events. With a variety of small and large festivals, great golf, spectator sports, racing and natural beauty, youll never run out of things to do when visiting Daytona Beach: 23 miles of white-sand Atlantic beaches. Paddling trails, scenic drives and historic sites. Rolex 24 at DAYTONA. Festivals, including the Halifax Art Festival – second oldest continual art festival in Florida. Biketoberfest® Motorcycle Rally. Seafood and Oyster Festivals. Country 500 Music Festival and more.Flavors to Savor
Brew and tasting tours. Daytona Beach Ale Trail, 20+ local brewers and distillers. Quaint downtown districts, new outlets, surf- and beach-inspired shops, and ONE DAYTONA, a premier shopping, dining and entertainment district across from Daytona International Speedway.Minutes From More
No matter where you stay in Daytona Beach, you’re minutes away from Daytona International Speedway, Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Marine Science Center, Tomoka State Park, Museum of Arts & Sciences, and only an hour from Orlando, Kennedy Space Center and St. Augustine!
Come and experience it for yourself — start planning your trip today!
Greater Fort LauderdaleButterfly World
Marvel at the incredible sight of hundreds of colourful butterflies as they flutter majestically in their aviaries at the world’s largest butterfly park. Take a stroll around the beautiful, botanical gardens which have waterfalls, passion vines and vast amounts of vibrant flowers, making it a tranquil natural paradise.Sawgrass Mills Outlet Mall
With Sawgrass Mills, the largest designer outlet mall in North America, on Greater Fort Lauderdales doorstep, youll have access to all the popular brands you could possibly need, all in one place. Browse stores like Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Under Armour and hundreds more! Theres so much to see and do you could easily spend a whole day here with 10 full service restaurants, two food courts and even entertainment venues.Jungle Queen Riverboat
Cruise the waterways of the "Venice of America" on Fort Lauderdales Jungle Queen Riverboat. Take in the mansions of the rich and famous on Millionaires Row before heading to a private island for a delicious dinner and an evening of laugh out loud entertainment. With several tours to suit every traveller, the Jungle Queen is a fantastic way to explore Greater Fort Lauderdale.
St. Pete/ClearwaterSt. Pete Urban Mural Tour
Take a tour of the very vibrant and colourful streets of downtown St. Petersburg. More than 70 urban murals in a variety of shapes and sizes have sprung up around the sunshine city. Don’t forget your camera, the tour will take you to see some of the most eye catching and vivid murals around.Boating & Watersports
One of the best ways to explore the 35 miles of uninterrupted coastlines of St. Pete/Clearwater is in the water. A day out on a boat can take you to some of the most lush places where you can experience a whole host of activities. Beachcombing on Caladesi Island, birdwatching on Anclote Key and snorkelling off Egmont Key are just some of the things you can try in the area. One must-do activity we recommend is kayaking in the mangroves, you often see manatees swimming in the waters.Stunning Beaches
You’ll be spoilt for choice for sandy white beaches in St. Pete/Clearwater. With many accolades under their belt, it’s hard to find a spot which hasn’t won an award. If you needed any more persuasion to dip your toes in the water, you’ll find tiny islands, ocean front cafes and some of the most intriguing shells which have been washed up on the shore.
Sarasota Myakka State Park
Worlds apart from the downtown areas of Sarasota is the mystical Myakka River oozing with palm trees, wetlands and canopies. The Canopy Walkway should be high up on the agenda; find yourself 25-feet above the ground, looking down at the wilderness below.St Armands Circle
Luxury shopping, boutiques and fine dining restaurants line St Armands Circle. Founded by John Ringling, you’ll find his circus style influence throughout the area and throughout Sarasota. Relax and unwind as you spend an afternoon meandering in and out of the one-of-a-kind shops.Buzzing downtown
A sophisticated and walkable downtown awaits, with its many café’s and bars from which you can watch the world go by or simply unwind and savour Sarasota at any of the award-winning restaurants on offer.
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