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When planning vacations for clients in Orlando, Florida, many professionals place theme parks at the top of the list of reasons to visit. While park attractions play an important part of many vacations focusing on attracting children and families to the area, Orlando is actually full of activities and attractions for visitors of all ages.
Theme Park Attractions
Orlando is often referred to as the theme park capital of the world, and for good reason. The city and surrounding areas are filled with theme park attractions for those looking for adventure, fantasy and entertainment. The Orlando metropolitan area is, of course, the home of Walt Disney World, which covers over 42,000 acres with four theme parks and two water parks.
Universal Studios is also located in the area, with two theme parks split into themed areas, including the popular Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction. For families with children between the ages of 2 and 12, LEGOLAND Florida provides an additional 50 attractions and rides over a span of 150 acres.
Animal and Sea Life
Orlando also offers tourists a variety of options for experiencing nature unlike anywhere else in the United States. The Orlando area is home to several zoo and aquarium attractions including Sea World and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Tourists looking to interact with dolphins or scuba dive among thousands of tropical fish in a controlled and safe environment will love Discovery Cove.
Those looking for a shark encounter will want to visit Sea World Orlando, which features various sea creatures in one of the world’s largest underwater viewing tunnels.or experiencing nature unlike anywhere else in the United States.
The Orlando area is home to several zoo and aquarium attractions including Sea World and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Tourists looking to interact with dolphins or scuba dive among thousands of tropical fish in a controlled and safe environment will love Discovery Cove.
Animal lovers of all kinds can enjoy both Disney’s Animal Kingdom as well as the nearby Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens. For a truly unique experience, try Gatorland for an up close encounter with nearly 3,000 alligators and 90 crocodiles, complete with amateur alligator wrestling.
Science and History Opportunities
Orlando also offers some of the best attractions for science and history lovers. Topping the list is the area’s close proximity to Cape Canaveral, home to a stretch of land often referred to as “Space Coast.” Here you will experience the excitement and history of the home of American space travel and exploration.
Explore the John F. Kennedy Space Center, which offers attractions like launch control tower tours and the chance to experience what it’s like to train like a real astronaut. The area also houses the Air Force Space & Missile History Center. Other science and history attractions in the Orlando area include the 20,000 square foot Museum of the Titanic, the hands-on Orlando Science Center as well as the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum.
See It For Yourself – October 2014 – Travel Planners International Extravaganza
Selling Orlando vacation packages and attractions to potential tourist clients is easier when you’ve experienced the attractions yourself. Travel Planners International makes this easy and exciting for those in the travel industry through its annual extravaganza in October. You’ll get to meet Travel Planners International staff, preferred suppliers and many other TPI agents.
Come to Orlando to experience a conference specifically for travel professionals filled with training classes, networking opportunities, vendor showcases and executive panel discussions.
You’ll even get to tour various cruise ships, like those from Royal Caribbean and Norwegian cruise lines as well as get the opportunity to tour what Orlando is most known for, its theme parks. Click here for more information on this amazing travel conference opportunity.
Whether you’re just starting in the travel market or you’re an experienced travel agent, it’s time to rediscover Orlando. This tourist location exposes travelers of all ages and interests to opportunities and attractions with the potential to create lifelong happy memories as well as career-long return clients.