No holiday to Orlando would be complete without Walt Disney World's collection of theme parks. There's an incredible amount of ground to cover to ensure you see it all, so having a plan well ahead of arriving is paramount. Luckily, Bon Voyage can help!
The Magic Kingdom Magical tales and new adventures await in seven enchanted lands. Relive childhood dreams in Fantasyland and share the American spirit in Liberty Square. In Frontierland, plunge down Splash Mountain or meet your favourite Disney characters at Mickey's Toontown Fair. Enjoy the timeless excitement of Pirates of the Caribbean or join in with the wise-cracking Mike Wazowski on the Monsters, Inc Laugh Floor. Don't forget to grab a seat for the daily parade and evening fireworks.
Animal Kingdom Be transported into six lands where you'll encounter wild animal adventure and awesome prehistoric creatures. Enjoy entertaining extravaganzas like Festival of the Lion King. Experience the African savanna on a Kilimanjaro Safari or search for the mythical Yeti on Expedition Everest, a high-speed train ride. Pandora - The World of Avatar offers the 3D Flight of Passage from the back of a mountain banshee.
Disney Springs is an outdoor entertainment complex inspired by Florida's charming waterfront towns, and historic architecture. The promenade features four neighbourhoods―The Landing, Marketplace, West Side and Town Center built around bubbling springs. Full of restaurants and shops, plus luxury bowling alley and dine-in cinema, it’s a great addition to theme park fun.
Water Parks Discover frosty fun at Disney’s Blizzard Beach, a one-time ski resort that has melted into a watery wonderland. Brave the slushy slopes of Mount Gushmore, one of the world’s tallest and fastest waterslides. Not up for elevating your heart rate? Grab a lilo and head to the lazy river or soak up the sun on the white-sand beach. Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park is a tidal wave of excitement. Think tropical paradise that’s been transformed by an epic storm. Chock full of rides, slides, and pools - including the longest ride in the history of Disney water parks – Miss Adventure Falls!
Disney's Hollywood Studios Disney's Hollywood Studios is divided into six themed areas inspired by imagined iterations of existing locations found in Hollywood and Los Angeles. Hollywood Boulevard serves as the park's main entrance with an exact replica of Grauman's (now TCL) Chinese Theatre at the far end. Fans of cinema, celebrity Pixar or Hollywood in general will love a day here.
AND, coming June 2018 TOY STORY LAND! The wait is almost over. Inspired by the beloved Toy Story films, you'll be able to join Andy in his backyard along with his friends Woody, Jessie and Buzz.
Epcot remains as innovative and fascinating today as it was when it first opened in 1982. With Spaceship Earth as its iconic landmark, a day at Epcot includes travelling the globe, venturing under the sea and soaring to outer space.