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4-Day Orlando Theme Parks Tour from Miami

                                

 


Day 1
Miami - Orlando (471 miles) 
Passengers will be picked up in Miami in the early morning. From Miami, we will drive to Orlando. Buses arrive in Orlando from Miami at 11:00am. Upon arrival, the tour guide will take guests straight to the park, explain all about the tour provide tickets and marked maps, and keep all luggages. 
At around closing time, the driver will return to the park for pickup, at which point we will transfer to the hotel and check in.
Tampa, FL More» 
This city on Tampa Bay is host to a variety of activities and a wonderful sunny climate. It serves as home field for more than five professional sports teams, and is also the location of Busch Gardens in Florida.

Busch Gardens Tampa Busch Gardens Tampa is an African-themed zoological theme park located in central Florida. In addition to spectacular animal attractions, such as the open-roaming, 29-acre Serengeti Plains exhibit, the park is home to twenty-four rides, including roller coasters and three water rides. 
Orlando, FL 
This sunny city in central Florida is best known for its theme parks. It is the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and more. Fun for the entire family is in store in this land of imagination! 
Aquatica This sister park of SeaWorld opened in 2008, making it one of the newest Orlando parks. Themed after the South Pacific, the park has two wave pools, a number of slides, animal habitats, and much more. 
Blizzard Beach Disney's Blizzard Beach is an ski-resort-themed water park nested under the hot sun of Florida. The centerpiece of the park is Mount Gushmore, from which guests can speed down a number of exciting water slides. 
Disney's Animal Kingdom The largest Disney theme park in the world at 500 acres, this amazing nature-based zoo, aquarium, and theme park offers an experience unlike any other. At its center stand the Tree of Life, a 145-foot-tall sculpture representing the ecological web. 
Disney's Hollywood Studios Formerly known as MGM Studios, this thrilling theme park is perhaps best known for the Twilight Zone-themed Tower of Terror Ride. The park overall is based on Old Hollywood, and draws inspiration from the 1930s and 40s. 
EPCOT Center The amazing and iconic EPCOT center is a theme park unlike any other. It is dedicated to the achievements of mankind; to world cultures and celebrating differences; and to technological innovations that will lead us to a brighter tomorrow. 
Holy Land Experience the Holy Land Experience is a Christian theme park in Orlando based on the religious history of first-century Jerusalem. It contains recreations of famous artifacts and also stages in-depth re-enactments of the Stations of the Cross. 
Cape Canaveral, FL 
Kennedy Space Center The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is NASA's gateway into the history-- and future-- of American space travel. In addition to historic spacecraft and memorabilia, the Center features things like the US Astronaut Hall of Fame and an IMAX. 
Opening Hours: Daily Jun 1 - Jun 28 9:00am - 5:00pm, Jun 29 - Aug 9 9:00am - 7:00pm, Aug 10 - Sep 2 9:00am - 6:00pm, Sep 3 - Dec 20 9:00am - 5:00pm, Dec 21 - Dec 25 9:00am - 6:00pm, Dec 26 - Dec 30 9:00am - 7:00pm, Dec 31 - Jan 3 9:00am - 6:00pm 
Orlando, FL 
This sunny city in central Florida is best known for its theme parks. It is the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and more. Fun for the entire family is in store in this land of imagination! 
Legoland Florida the largest Legoland in North America is the one in Winter Haven, Florida. It contains more than 50 rides, including four roller coasters and one water ride. And of course, the park is dotted with amazing Lego sculptures. 
Magic Kingdom Disney's Magic Kingdom is perhaps the most famous of all the various Disney parks, both in Florida and around the world. The iconic Cinderella's Castle is the centerpiece of the park, which features rides, shows, and actors based on fairytales. 
SeaWorld Orlando SeaWorld Orlando is one of most popular theme parks in the world. Most famously, it is home to the Shamu killer whale show, but it is home to a litany of other sea life, including sharks, dolphins, stingrays, flamingos, and pelicans. 
Typhoon Lagoon The most-visited water park in the entire world, Typhoon Lagoon is also home to the largest outdoor wave pool on the planet. Every 90 minutes, a loud, deep noise announces the coming of a six-foot wave in the Surf Pool. 
Universal Studios Orlando This theme park and resort in Orlando, FL is only surpassed in size by Disney World. The complex is made up of two themes parks (Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure), an entertainment complex, and three hotels. 
Universal's Islands of Adventure This theme park is one of the two that make up the Universal Studios Orlando complex. It was opened in 1999. The park is split into seven theme areas, each focused on different aspects of "adventure." 
Wet n Wild Considered the first water park, Wet n Wild is home to seventeen waterslides on more than 30 acres of land. It has been featured on the Travel Channel and was given the first ever lifetime achievement award from the World Waterpark Association. 
Day 2
Orlando (428 miles) 
Enjoy an entire day at the theme park of your choice. Guests will be dropped off in the morning and picked up at the end of the day. The Miami city tour is only available Thursdays and Sundays.
Tampa, FL 
This city on Tampa Bay is host to a variety of activities and a wonderful sunny climate. It serves as home field for more than five professional sports teams, and is also the location of Busch Gardens in Florida. 
Busch Gardens Tampa Busch Gardens Tampa is an African-themed zoological themepark located in central Florida. In addition to spectacular animal attractions, such as the open-roaming, 29-acre Serengeti Plains exhibit, the park is home to twenty-four rides, including a roller coasters and three water rides. 
Orlando, FL
This sunny city in central Florida is best known for its theme parks. It is the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and more. Fun for the entire family is in store in this land of imagination! 
Aquatica This sister park of SeaWorld opened in 2008, making it one of the newest Orlando parks. Themed after the South Pacific, the park has two wave pools, a number of slides, animal habitats, and much more. 
Blizzard Beach Disney's Blizzard Beach is an ski-resort-themed water park nested under the hot sun of Florida. The centerpiece of the park is Mount Gushmore, from which guests can speed down a number of exciting water slides. 
Disney's Animal Kingdom The largest Disney theme park in the world at 500 acres, this amazing nature-based zoo, aquarium, and theme park offers an experience unlike any other. At its center stand the Tree of Life, a 145-foot-tall sculpture representing the ecological web. 
Disney's Hollywood Studios Formerly known as MGM Studios, this thrilling theme park is perhaps best known for the Twilight Zone-themed Tower of Terror Ride. The park overall is based on Old Hollywood, and draws inspiration from the 1930s and 40s. 
EPCOT Center The amazing and iconic EPCOT center is a theme park unlike any other. It is dedicated to the achievements of mankind; to world cultures and celebrating differences; and to technological innovations that will lead us to a brighter tomorrow. 
Holy Land Experience The Holy Land Experience is a Christian theme park in Orlando based on the religious history of first-century Jerusalem. It contains recreations of famous artifacts and also stages in-depth re-enactments of the Stations of the Cross. 
Cape Canaveral, FL 
Kennedy Space Center The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is NASA's gateway into the history-- and future-- of American space travel. In addition to historic spacecraft and memorabilia, the Center features things like the US Astronaut Hall of Fame and an IMAX. 
Opening Hours: Daily Jun 1 - Jun 28 9:00am - 5:00pm, Jun 29 - Aug 9 9:00am - 7:00pm, Aug 10 - Sep 2 9:00am - 6:00pm, Sep 3 - Dec 20 9:00am - 5:00pm, Dec 21 - Dec 25 9:00am - 6:00pm, Dec 26 - Dec 30 9:00am - 7:00pm, Dec 31 - Jan 3 9:00am - 6:00pm 
Orlando, FL 
This sunny city in central Florida is best known for its theme parks. It is the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and more. Fun for the entire family is in store in this land of imagination! 
Legoland Florida The largest Legoland in North America is the one in Winter Haven, Florida. It contains more than 50 rides, including four roller coasters and one water ride. And of course, the park is dotted with amazing Lego sculptures. 
Magic Kingdom Disney's Magic Kingdom is perhaps the most famous of all the various Disney parks, both in Florida and around the world. The iconic Cinderella's Castle is the centerpiece of the park, which features rides, shows, and actors based on fairytales. 
SeaWorld Orlando SeaWorld Orlando is one of most popular theme parks in the world. Most famously, it is home to the Shamu killer whale show, but it is home to a litany of other sea life, including sharks, dolphins, stingrays, flamingos, and pelicans. 
Typhoon Lagoon The most-visited water park in the entire world, Typhoon Lagoon is also home to the largest outdoor wave pool on the planet. Every 90 minutes, a loud, deep noise announces the coming of a six-foot wave in the Surf Pool. 
Universal Studios Orlando This theme park and resort in Orlando, FL is only surpassed in size by Disney World. The complex is made up of two themes parks (Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure), an entertainment complex, and three hotels. 
Universal's Islands of Adventure This theme park is one of the two that make up the Universal Studios Orlando complex. It was opened in 1999. The park is split into seven theme areas, each focused on different aspects of "adventure." 
Wet n Wild Considered the first waterpark, Wet n Wild is home to seventeen waterslides on more than 30 acres of land. It has been featured on the Travel Channel and was given the first ever lifetime achievement award from the World Waterpark Association. 
Miami, FL 
Sitting on the southern coast of Florida, this beautiful always-warm city is famous for its beaches, nature, and nightlife as well as its prominence in the business world. However you want to experience Florida, you can in Miami! 
Standard Hotel: Ocean Surf Seagull, Days Inn (2 stars) or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Deauville, Howard Johnson Dezerland, Crystal Beach (3 stars) or similar
Day 3
Orlando (428 miles) 
Enjoy an entire day at the theme park of your choice. Guests will be dropped off in the morning and picked up at the end of the day. The Miami city tour is only available Thursdays and Sundays.
Tampa, FL 
This city on Tampa Bay is host to a variety of activities and a wonderful sunny climate. It serves as home field for more than five professional sports teams, and is also the location of Busch Gardens in Florida. 
Busch Gardens Tampa Busch Gardens Tampa is an African-themed zoological themepark located in central Florida. In addition to spectacular animal attractions, such as the open-roaming, 29-acre Serengeti Plains exhibit, the park is home to twenty-four rides, including a roller coasters and three water rides. 
Orlando, FL 
This sunny city in central Florida is best known for its theme parks. It is the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and more. Fun for the entire family is in store in this land of imagination! 
Aquatica This sister park of SeaWorld opened in 2008, making it one of the newest Orlando parks. Themed after the South Pacific, the park has two wave pools, a number of slides, animal habitats, and much more. 
Blizzard Beach Disney's Blizzard Beach is an ski-resort-themed water park nested under the hot sun of Florida. The centerpiece of the park is Mount Gushmore, from which guests can speed down a number of exciting water slides. 
Disney's Animal Kingdom The largest Disney theme park in the world at 500 acres, this amazing nature-based zoo, aquarium, and theme park offers an experience unlike any other. At its center stand the Tree of Life, a 145-foot-tall sculpture representing the ecological web. 
Disney's Hollywood Studios Formerly known as MGM Studios, this thrilling theme park is perhaps best known for the Twilight Zone-themed Tower of Terror Ride. The park overall is based on Old Hollywood, and draws inspiration from the 1930s and 40s. 
EPCOT Center The amazing and iconic EPCOT center is a theme park unlike any other. It is dedicated to the achievements of mankind; to world cultures and celebrating differences; and to technological innovations that will lead us to a brighter tomorrow. 
Holy Land Experience The Holy Land Experience is a Christian theme park in Orlando based on the religious history of first-century Jerusalem. It contains recreations of famous artifacts and also stages in-depth re-enactments of the Stations of the Cross. 
Cape Canaveral, FL 
Kennedy Space Center The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is NASA's gateway into the history-- and future-- of American space travel. In addition to historic spacecraft and memorabilia, the Center features things like the US Astronaut Hall of Fame and an IMAX. 
Opening Hours: Daily Jun 1 - Jun 28 9:00am - 5:00pm, Jun 29 - Aug 9 9:00am - 7:00pm, Aug 10 - Sep 2 9:00am - 6:00pm, Sep 3 - Dec 20 9:00am - 5:00pm, Dec 21 - Dec 25 9:00am - 6:00pm, Dec 26 - Dec 30 9:00am - 7:00pm, Dec 31 - Jan 3 9:00am - 6:00pm 
Orlando, FL 
This sunny city in central Florida is best known for its theme parks. It is the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and more. Fun for the entire family is in store in this land of imagination! 
Legoland Florida The largest Legoland in North America is the one in Winter Haven, Florida. It contains more than 50 rides, including four roller coasters and one water ride. And of course, the park is dotted with amazing Lego sculptures. 
Magic Kingdom Disney's Magic Kingdom is perhaps the most famous of all the various Disney parks, both in Florida and around the world. The iconic Cinderella's Castle is the centerpiece of the park, which features rides, shows, and actors based on fairytales. 
SeaWorld Orlando SeaWorld Orlando is one of most popular theme parks in the world. Most famously, it is home to the Shamu killer whale show, but it is home to a litany of other sea life, including sharks, dolphins, stingrays, flamingos, and pelicans. 
Typhoon Lagoon The most-visited water park in the entire world, Typhoon Lagoon is also home to the largest outdoor wave pool on the planet. Every 90 minutes, a loud, deep noise announces the coming of a six-foot wave in the Surf Pool. 
Universal Studios Orlando This theme park and resort in Orlando, FL is only surpassed in size by Disney World. The complex is made up of two themes parks (Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure), an entertainment complex, and three hotels. 
Universal's Islands of Adventure This theme park is one of the two that make up the Universal Studios Orlando complex. It was opened in 1999. The park is split into seven theme areas, each focused on different aspects of "adventure." 
Wet n Wild Considered the first waterpark, Wet n Wild is home to seventeen waterslides on more than 30 acres of land. It has been featured on the Travel Channel and was given the first ever lifetime achievement award from the World Waterpark Association. 
Miami, FL 
Sitting on the southern coast of Florida, this beautiful always-warm city is famous for its beaches, nature, and nightlife as well as its prominence in the business world. However you want to experience Florida, you can in Miami! 
Standard Hotel: Ocean Surf Seagull, Days Inn (2 stars) or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Deauville, Howard Johnson Dezerland, Crystal Beach (3 stars) or similar
Day 4
Orlando - Miami (234 miles) 
In the morning, we will check out of the hotel. Luggage will be held in a secure place for guests while in the park. After, guests will enjoy an entire day at any of the theme parks mentioned above. We will return to Orlando directly from the park; we will not return to the hotel again. 
At approximately 6:00pm, we will be picked up from the parks and driven back to the departure points in Miami. We should arrive around midnight.
• Price Includes
• 3-night hotel accommodation (Daily breakfast included, free breakfast may not available during peak season i.e. summer holiday, Christmas, New Year, etc.) 
• Round trip transportation by bus (Miami - Orlando - Miami) 
• Entrance feesto four (4) theme park / attraction of your choice 
• Transportation between hotel and the parks
• Price Excludes
• Personal expenses such as laundry or valet services, telephone calls, or alcoholic beverages/mini bar items, unless they are otherwise specified 
• All meals and drinks during the trip (if applicable, the tour guide will choose the restaurant) 
• Service fees (~ $5/passenger for each airport transfer).

              

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