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The Magic Kingdom which is just over 100 acres, first began treating guests to its special combination of adventure and fantasy on October 1st, 1971. Since that opening day countless guests young and old from all over the world have enjoyed and experienced the many sights and sounds of this park.. Magic Kingdom is the place where seven lands of fantasy are filled with plenty of fun. The Magic Kingdom Park is home to three of Florida’s highest “mountains”! Big Thunder Mountain in Frontierland rises 197 feet above ground level, Space Mountain in Tomorrowland rises 183 feet, and Splash Mountain in Frontierland rises 85 feet. The Magic Kingdom perhaps more than any of the other Walt Disney World theme parks epitomises the magic that is Disney.


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Epcot is the place where the magic of Disney comes together with the wonders of the real world. Now with the Happiest Celebration on Earth, you take your imagination to new heights as you wing your way through the skies on a breathtaking, awe-inspiring flight on the newest Epcot attraction “Soaring”. Go beyond the sky and feel the full force of a space launch as rocket force pins you to your seat and then blasts you all the way to MARS on Mission Space.
Back on the ground, shift into the fast lane and face the rigors of a real automatic Proving ground – test track. Explore the cultures and cuisine’s of eleven nations as you Journey around World Showcase. Throughout the day you will find a world of entertainment around each corner and at night the ultimate finale, Illuminations: Reflections of the Earth – an incredible symphony of lasers, music and fireworks.

MGM Studios

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Disney’s MGM is a working movie and television studio theme park. So for those interested in the history and technology of the movies or those who just want to be entertained Disney-MGM Studios should have something for everyone.
Disney-MGM Studios is essentially divided into two sections. The front of the park is a theme park much like the Magic Kingdom with open access to guests. The rear of the park is the “backlot”, with its working sound stages, wardrobe shops and animation studios. Here access is limited to guided tours that are conducted by either walking or by tram.

Hollywood Boulevard – With its art deco architecture this is the “Main Street” of Disney-MGM Studios. It is designed to look like a recreation of Hollywood during the 1920′s and 30′s. All along the palm lined street guests will find a mix of merchandise shops and eateries.

Animal Kingdom

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This 500-acre theme park is the largest of the Walt Disney World theme parks, however it is not size alone that sets it apart from the others. Lush landscaping, winding paths, beautiful gardens, mysterious and exotic architecture and over a 1,000 animals all give guests the sense that you have entered more than just another theme park.

The Animal Kingdom opened in April of 1998 to some disapproval, controversy and even debate over whether a zoo no matter how non-traditional in design was worthy of Disney. Those initial criticisms have in part faded due to the collaborative efforts of Disney Imagineers along with some of the premiere zoological talent in the country who have turned out not only some unique and enjoyable attractions, but also some first class natural animal habitat exhibits.

Typhoon Lagoon

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Disney legend has it that a furious storm once roared across the sea, hurling surfboards into trees, blowing small boats through roofs and impaling a shrimp boat on a peak of a great volcanic mountain. Left in the typhoon’s wake are twisting tides, roaring rapids, wonderful waterways and relaxing rivers. Whether you are navigating the nine exhilarating waterslides and streams or conquering one of the world’s largest artificially created waves, Typhoon Lagoon promises the most wild, wonderful and wet water adventure known to man or fish.

Blizzard Beach

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Disney legend has it that after a freak winter storm blanketed the area with snow, Florida’s first ski resort was born. When temperatures returned to normal, the powdery snow turned to slippery slush. Slalom courses, bobsled and toboggan runs became downhill waterslides. The chair lift carried swimmers instead of skiers. The ski jump became the tallest, fastest water slide in the nation. An excellent water park to visit with a variety of water rides areas for all ages and abilities.

DownTown Disney

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This 5-storey techno wonderland of virtual fun where you can shoot rapids on a prehistoric river or create your own virtual roller coaster, then ride it! Larger than life pinball machines with lots of hands on techno fun.

Pleasure Island
The hot spot for nightlife. Chose from the Comedy Warehouse, Adventurers Club, a Rock “n” roll Beach Party and many more. The partiers paradise!

Cirque du Soleil
Experience the wonder of this one-of-a-kind theatrical delight. “Live it up” at this spellbinding Cirque du Soleil® creation, a must-see for anyone who desires a truly dazzling evening of spectacular entertainment

Disney Board Walk
Take in an atmosphere that blends the timeless charm of a 1930s Atlantic coastal village. Stroll along the water’s edge for great views with a wealth of shopping, unique dining and fun-filled entertainment.


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The 30 acres of Universal City walk is home to an array of nightclubs, restaurants, concert venues, shops, cinemas, street performers.

Grab a cup of coffee on your way into the theme parks or do a bit of shopping. The ideal place to grab dinner and a movie with restaurants such as Starbucks, Pastamore, Jimmy Buffetts Margarita ville, Hard Rock Cafe©.

Universal Studios Florida

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Go beyond the screen and Ride the Movies! At Universal Orlando, an incredible array of rides, shows, movie sets and attractions put you right in your favourite scenes from your favourite movies. With over 40 shows, rides, and attractions, there is something for all ages. Help the Men in Black save the world, escape from earthquakes, killer sharks, and giant gorillas! A fun packed day for everyone at Universal Studios Orlando Florida.

Islands of Adventure

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Universal’s second theme park opened in 1999 with a vibrantly coloured, cleverly themed collection of fast and sometimes furious rides.

The adventure is spread across six very different islands: the Port of Entry, a pass-through zone that has a collection of shops and restaurants, and five themed areas – Seuss Landing, The Lost Continent, Jurassic Park, Toon Lagoon, and Marvel Super Hero Island. The park offers a concentration of thrill rides and coasters, but there are plenty of places to play for young kids, too.

Sea World

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Discover what lies beneath the gentle waves during an excellent day out at SeaWorld. Visit “Shark Encounter”, “Penguin Encounter”, and “Manatees“ the Last Generation”. Beluga whales and polar bears are the stars at “Wild Arctic” a recreated habitat that also features a motion simulator ride for those visitors over 42″ tall. A milder film version is also available too for all.

See Shamu and family in various shows throughout the day and see how guests sitting in the “splash zone” get drenched.

Ride the floorless roller coaster “Kraken” and the “get wet” “Journey To Atlantis”. “Fusion” is a water sports stunt show and the new “Odyssea” is an underwater – themed circus performance.

Discovery Cove

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Discovery Cove is a lush tropical paradise – a once in a lifetime adventure. During your day-long visit, you will have the opportunity to swim and play with a beautiful bottlenose dolphin, swim with exotic marine animals, encounter hundreds of tropical birds, feast on a sumptuous meal and snorkel through the coral reefs, shipwrecks and grottos. Reservations are required. Discovery Cove is located directly opposite SeaWorld.


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A 30 Acres of action packed water park loaded with thrills , from the excitement of the Mach 5 , to an out of control cyclone called The Storm. You won’t believe how many different ways you can get wet.
You can wake board around a half a mile lake course, hurtle through the darkness of the Black Hole, or bounce and slide on a big rubber ball called the Bubble Up. For the kids there is an interactive playground with a tiny wave pool and miniature versions of the hottest rides.

Splash to the hits of the 70′s as you spin circles through an enclosed aqua nightclub on Disco H2O Wet and Wilds newest addition.

Cypress Gardens

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Rediscover Florida’s first theme park – Cypress Gardens Adventure Park, first opened in 1936. Discover exciting new rides, including 5 roller coasters and the worlds tallest spinning rapids ride. Revisit the glorious historic gardens, graceful southern belles and “Wings of Wonder”, the famed butterfly arboretum. Gasp in wonder at gravity deifying water ski and ice skating extravaganzas. Jubilee Junction is a bustling, old style village featuring speciality shops, amazing displays and tantalising treats for family members of all ages.

Splash Island Water Park

Opened July 2005 at Cypress Gardens Adventure Park. Plenty of refreshing opportunities await as you take a lazy float down Paradise River, then conquer the challenging levels of the Polynesian Adventure as you get drenched by thousands of gallons of water or take some heart pounding rides down the slides of the Tonga Tubes or the Voodoo Plunge. Beat the heat any day at Splash Island, which is of course, included in your Cypress Gardens Adventure Park admission. Then take a pause from the wet and ride the more than three dozen other adventure rides at Cypress Gardens Adventure Park. The park offers a great selection of children’s favourites, fun for the whole family attractions and heart-pounding thrill rides, including 4 coasters and the world’s tallest spinning rapids ride. Discover two adventure zones filled with exhilarating attractions. Rides in Paradise Pier are set along a boardwalk in the style reminiscent of old–style amusement parks and Adventure Grove offers excitement set amongst a backdrop of the park’s natural beauty.


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This park offers a number of interactive experiences, particularly for the younger child. At “Alligator Alley” children can touch and feed deer, tortoises, emus, llamas, goats and birds. Shows include “Gator Jumaparoo”  where 10-13ft gators try to out-leap each other for a chicken dangling over the pond. Not for the squeamish!

Other popular shows include “Gator Wrestlin” Jungle Crocs of the World and a snake show called “Up Close Animal Encounters”


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Land the Space Shuttle! -Take a seat in the Shuttle Landers. Use your hand and eye coordination to maneuver the controls and land the Discovery Space Shuttle on the airstrip. Feel first hand the challenge and skill needed to make the landing.

Virtual Sports – Step in front of the blue screen and choose from basketball or soccer. Utilizing the magic of blue screen technology, you become fully immersed in a 3-dimensional world completely generated by a computer Bubble Lab – Kids of all ages (1-101) love bubbles! This exhibit is just for the fun of it! Put yourself inside a gigantic bubble that you created!