Orlando on Private Tour for Great Excitement and Thrills by Sea or Land
Excitement and thrills by sea or land are to be expected when on a private tour of Orlando.
The city in the state of Florida that is famous for theme parks such as Walt Disney World, SeaWorld Orlando, Magic Kingdom, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal Studios, parks that bring out the childish behaviour in all of us.
When it is not the theme parks, there is always Kennedy Space Center on Cape Canaveral which is within easy reach from the city with bus tours and somewhere to go as a break from theme parks.
For something different to do when in Orlando, that is not related to theme parks then why not catch an airboat tour of the Everglades, go off-road in an ATV, through the eco reserve horseback ride or board a scenic cruise around the city.
Taking fun filled guided tours of fascinating museums and art galleries is also something different to do, as well as beautiful botanical gardens to enjoy a gentle stroll.
Top 10 Things to Do in Orlando
Enjoy the Magical Mountains and Wizarding Worlds on Sightseeing Tours.
When the private tours are over and you have no more sightseeing tours booked, take your own private tour to Pointe Orlando.
This is your one stop spot for everything to do with excellent shopping, delicious eating from fast food to fine dining and lively evening entertainment.
In Orlando it is a real case of when the sun goes down, the party is just beginning with the multitude of nightlife venues. For those all set to let loose, the options include; downtown dance clubs, cosy pubs, comedy clubs, cigar lounges, live music, wineries and breweries.
If there is one thing for sure about Orlando, you will not be bored!
Travel Tips for Orlando
The perfect time to visit Orlando is probably not when you expect it to be. With its subtropical climate, the best time is between March and May when temperatures are in the low 80s during the day and the season is not yet in full swing. This helps avoid too many crowds, and you can normally get more reasonable prices and deals. Winter months can still reach a cool 65º, but the Atlantic sea breeze can cut the temperature dramatically.
Orlando and Florida can be expensive, Florida with kids can be scarily expensive. But you can make it fit your budget by following some of these helpful hints. Posh restaurants can be perfect for a special occasion, but for everyday eating, look for places where the locals hang out. Move away from the seafront area and ask the staff at your hotel for their recommendations. Also look for free voucher booklets in your hotel lobby.
Always make your reservations and research your accommodation well in advance do not turn up and think you will find something. On average Florida has an average yearly turnaround of 100 million tourists so there may be no room at the Inn. Also, prepare yourself for the traffic people can drive like maniacs and not many obey the traffic signs. Lastly, make sure before heading out you have insect repellent don't be an unsuspecting meal for the mosquitoes.
Visit when the temperature is comfortable for your own needs. By that we mean if you are planning to go on sightseeing tours, you do not want it to be so hot you cannot walk around and see all there is to see. Humidity can be as high as 80% some months which would be uncomfortable for most Europeans. Hurricane season can be pretty scary and although most storms are short-lived and can be hard for most tourists unused to this climate.