Orlando is one of my dream destinations; I’ve not made it yet but I often spend time browsing through photos of the great beaches here. There’s also a number of great theme parks, fireworks, Discovery Cove and a whole heap of other attractions so I hope I can visit soon. For now, I just keep browsing cheap Thomas Cook Airlines flights to Orlando and dreaming. If you have the time to go to Orlando, here as the things you must check out as I’ve heard they’re really great:
If you love animals, then you’ll love Discovery Cove. Here you can swim with dolphins, which is a dream many of us animal lovers share. For the less adventurous, or those with a more restrictive budget, you can also do some snorkelling here, with all the beautiful marine life. You can choose an all-inclusive package which includes breakfast and snacks, as well as the swimming and snorkelling.
If you’re anything like me you LOVE fireworks, but unfortunately don’t get to see them often enough. This is one of my childhood dreams to see the fireworks shooting out from Cinderella’s castle in the magic Kingdom. The views are apparently best on Main Street. They are quite late at night, but definitely worth it and some of the best fireworks in the world!
I love theme parks and everything Disney so this is a must-see destination for me. I’ve heard the crowds can be absolutely relentless during the summer holidays, so I would avoid going from June-September. This is the most visited theme park in the world, and for good reason – it has so much to offer. From the Disney characters we all know and love to some of the best rides in the world.
La Nouba – Cirque du Soleil
This is another thing I’ve not done anywhere in the world: Cirque du Soleil. I think it’s something that everyone should experience at least once in their lives. This circus is world famous for incredible performers that defy acts of gravity and how the human body should move, in order to entertain and delight crowds young old. This is a great performance that is suitable for the whole family and something I can’t wait to view when I visit Orlando.