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The perfect 5-day Itinerary for Orlando

Miss being a kid? Have a heart of a kid? If so, then going to Orlando might just be the best choice you make. Not only will you find few of the World’s best theme parks here, but will also find places like Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. This Orlando itinerary includes a day at each of the three best theme parks, but also Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and different types of Wildlife experience you can get. In short, this is the best tool to plan your Orlando holiday!

Day 1: Walt Disney World Parks

There is no reason to go to Orlando if you do not plan to go to the Walt Disney World Parks. Being one of the most popular family attractions, these four parks can give you few of the most iconic Disney experiences. Of all these parks, The Magic kingdom, being the most iconic with a Cinderella’s castle, is sitting at the very center of this park. Then comes Epcot's Spaceship Earth geosphere, which stands at the entrance of this exposition-style park, which includes Future World and the World Showcase, an around-the-world experience. The Hollywood Studios park gives visitors the opportunity to see into the world of movie magic, with exciting stunt and special effect shows and even tours through actual studio space. The Kilimanjaro safari experience at Animal Kingdom is an amazing way to see African animals run free in a natural habitat, and the massive Tree of Life makes the perfect backdrop for family photos. Obviously we cannot forget the parades and the fireworks that happen every night.

Day 2: Universal Theme Parks

This combination of theme parks and working studio gives the visitors an interactive experience with the filmmaking industry. It's popular with everyone but is one of the best places to visit if you are traveling with teenage kids. Universal's Islands of Adventure has seven themed island parks that are each dedicated to a film franchise. These include Seuss Island, The Lost Continent, Toon Lagoon, Jurassic Park, Skull Island, and Marvel Superhero Island. This also has regular events for the whole family. Including the City walk.

Day 3: Seaworld Orlando

On the third day, chilling with the cooling air at Sea World might be interesting. Here, you can find massive aquariums, dolphin and whale shows, touch pools, and various exciting rides. Although guests are no longer allowed to feed the dolphins, you may still be able to reach into the interactive dolphin pool and pet these beautiful, intelligent creatures. Adding to their plethora of sea life, there are also many exciting rides for all ages including many water rides that are too refreshing, you won’t get the end of it.

Day 4: Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Make plans to visit Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex for an out-of-this-world experience. Here you'll be inspired as you dive into the past, present and future of space travel. From the dawn of space exploration to current and ongoing missions, you can get an up-close, hands-on feel for the story of humans in space. Here you can see the Astronaut's hall of fame, different types of Heroes and legends and their stories, Astronaut training simulator, launch experience stimulators and many more. If you have interest in Science or the outerworld, you surely cannot miss this epic experience.

Day 5: Last Day

This day being your last day, you can instead roam around the city. Roam around the markets, or watch the beautiful sunset. You can also go to Orlando's Exotic Animal Experience which offers visitors the chance to have personal encounters with some of the world's most interesting animals. Residents at the park include several species of kangaroos and lemurs, owl monkeys, kinkajou, deer, and two-toed sloths. Including all of these, you can also go on private helicopter tours over the theme parks. You can see more sea wildlife with the Everglades Style Airboat or sit in the 2 hour sunset sailing tour on Lake Fairview. Otherwise, you can just relax after the hectic last four days.

Wanna visit?

Sparsh handpicked some cool hotels for your stay at Orlando

1. Walt Disney World Swan Resort - This Orlando, Florida hotel is located in the centre of the Walt Disney World Resort. On-site hotel features include a beach, 5 outdoor pools, and 17 restaurants and lounges. Free WiFi and a 32-inch flat-screen TV with HD cable channels are included in the contemporary guest rooms at Walt Disney World Swan. A refrigerator is provided. Select rooms boast balconies with views of the resort. Disney Extra Magic Hours, FastPass+ experience, and theme park transfer service are provided to all Walt Disney World Swan guests. Watercraft rentals, 4 hot tubs, and 2 health clubs are on property. Shula’s Steakhouse, the poolside Splash Terrace, and Todd English’s Bluezoo Lounge are just 3 of the restaurants offered at The Swan. Guests can dine with Disney characters at the Garden Grove while high-quality sushi is served at Kimonos. The shops and restaurants at Disney Springs are 10 minutes' drive away from The Swan Walt Disney World. Orlando International Airport is 20 miles away. Guests are a short walk or boat ride away from Epcot. The price per night vary as per seasons, tourists etc. If you plan to book it in mid April, it would cost around 15,000/- to 17,000/- Indian rupees per night, it is a 100% a go deal.

Know more on-

A Universal Orlando Partner Hotel, a short walk from Universal Orlando Resort, Universal Studios Florida, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and Universal’s Island of Adventure. Universal’s Volcano Bay, the Orlando International Premium Outlets, and the Mall at Millenia are within two miles. unshine Café offers buffet and à la carte breakfast. American Grill serves classic dishes for dinner. Pizza, Burgers, & More is by the Starbucks in the lobby. The Lakeside Pool Bar serves snacks and frozen cocktails. Comes with Free Wifi, Outdoor Pool, Fitness Centre (if you gained too much at American Grill), a business centre and much more. This 3 Star hotel would also fit your budget. Priced at around 7,000/- Indian Rupees per Night for 2 Adults, which is Dynamic, this can be a really good option to explore Orlando. Click here to sneak through this beautiful property virtually.

There are more than 11K properties to stay available on Agoda, which is my favourite booking website. Just have a look at them and tell us which is your favourite.

A round trip from New Delhi to Orlando would cost around 80K-90K Indian Rupees. But can go up to 1 Lack 10 K for a faster flight in economy class. You can have a look at flights by clicking here.

Flying there is not required, just stay tuned with us for such blogs and join us on this written journey. Enjoy.

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Written by- Vriti

Edited and Developed by- Sparsh Sumani.


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