Universal Orlando Resort offers with Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure 2 major theme parks. At this real film and television studio, you’ll go behind the scenes, beyond the screen and right into the action of your favorite movies. Islands of Adventure offers a journey with your family through seven remarkable islands where all your favorite myths, legends, comic books, cartoon heroes and children’s stories come to life on the most innovative rides and attractions ever created.
Busch Gardens at Tampa Bay is a 335-acre 19th century African-themed animal theme park. Nothing can prepare you for the excitement and adventure offered at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay There are few adventure parks in the world which offer such a diverse array of experiences all in one place.
SeaWorld Orlando is a theme park, and marine life based zoological park with 200 acres of world class shows, thrilling rides and unforgettable animal encounters. Explore the mysteries of the sea with up close animal interactions including Dolphins and exhilarating thrills.
At Discovery Cove you can swim one-on-one with dolphins, snorkel with tropical fish, stroke stingrays and play with hundreds of tropical birds. At the Coral Reef experience a very special adventure where you can dive on a stunning coral reef surrounded by giant stingrays, barracuda and scary looking sharks (behind hidden glass of course). Discovery Cove is the sister park of SeaWorld.
Aquatica features 36 water slides, 6 winding rivers and lagoons with tropical fish. Aquatica also boasts over 80,000 square feet of white sandy beaches where you can relax in the shade of your own personal cabana and take advantage of the beachside service.
At Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex, you get the unique chance to tour NASA’s launch and landing facilities. Experience interactive simulators, live shows and jaw dropping encounters with massive rockets as well as have the opportunity to meet a real member of NASA’s Astronaut Corps.
Gatorland is a one-of-a-kind, protected habitat for man and beast where adventures lurk around every corner! Internationally known as the Alligator Capital of the World, Gatorland’s 110-acre theme park and nature conservatory is located in Central Florida at the head of the Florida Everglades. Once you have experienced Gatorland, it will be hard to believe that it began in 1949 as a roadside attraction!