USA, Florida: Orlando – Amusement Park
Many amusement parks have attracted investors who have started to build accommodation here, so do not worry that you will not get good accommodation. In addition, you will have a choice of almost unlimited restaurants and plenty of other attractions.
Be ready, however, that the climate of Orlando is subtropical. Expect hot and rainy weather especially from May to October. The colder season comes from November to April. However, we must point out that this is also the period of the greatest occurrence of hurricanes.
We leave out the parks we already know and head to those we haven't been before. You will love our first stop, the SeaWorld. Unfortunately, it is no longer possible to feed dolphins, but you can still caress these beautiful and intelligent animals. You can experience the same thing with penguins, and you can see sharks and sea lions nearby.
There are also excursions in the park to show you behind the scenes. So you will see a rehabilitation center for manatees and dolphin kindergarten. In addition, you can look forward to plenty of sea creatures and of course attractions such as roller coasters, including the flagship park of 1 450 meters. The train takes you up to 61 meters and reaches speeds of up to 117 km/h.
Expect to enter the park for $ 105. If you hit a discount, then you pay a little less. You can purchase some additional services, such as the All-Day Dining Deal, to get refreshments every hour of the day.
Next to SeaWorld you can go to Discovery Cove, another of Orlando's fantastic underwater life attractions. You can try snorkeling along the coral reef or explore the seabed, where you can observe, for example, stingrays in addition to colorful tropical fish. You will also see exotic birds or enjoy sandy beach. If you are planning to arrive during the season, do not underestimate the tickets and buy them in advance. Daily admission costs around 150 USD, but you can get a discounted package that includes swimming with dolphins.
GPS: (Discovery Cove) 28°24'20.0"N 81°27'41.6"W
Text: Maxim Kucer
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