How to Make the Most of Your Orlando Visit?
When it comes to Orlando, the best month to get your cheap flight deals and cheap tickets to Orlando booked for a visit to the city, is October. The summer heat is not as intense as before and the approaching winter season starts showing its effect with the mercury dipping to bearable levels. Also, as if nature is conspiring to get you the perfect weather, the rains stay away from Orlando and in totality, the weather couldn’t be better than this.
Those of you who are on a budget holiday and do not want to spend too much of their precious vacation money on accommodation and traveling, book your flights for anytime in the months of May and September. A lot of hotels offer fabulous discounts. September is also a good time to visit if you do not like crowds.
When it comes to maneuvering the city traffic, before you rent a car, be well versed with the driving rules. All drivers are to wear seat-belt and drive on the right side of the road. If traveling with kids, ensure that children less than three years of age must be seated in child-safety seats and those under five must be in a restraint chair that is crash tested. If caught in a hailstorm, it is mandatory to switch on your lights and then drive.
Advice on planning for Orlando includes that you do not include visiting too many attractions on the same day. Also if a visit to a theme park is decided upon, carry water along with you, and sip from it frequently, wear sunscreen and carry along a hat. Also ensure that you wear footwear that is comfortable.
The theme parks are the biggest attractions of the city and everyone books their flights to Orlando keeping them in mind. The best way of enjoying the theme parks is by purchasing the FlexiTicket. This ticket is valid for a period of two weeks from the day it is first used, not first purchased. The flexi ticket, staying true to its name, allows you entry to some of the best and the most spectacular parks in the city, including the Universal Studios, Sea Worlds, Wet and Wild Water Park and Islands of Adventure.
You can consider starting off your visit with the Universal Studios that has two distinct parks. If possible try to be in the Studios especially the City Walk, during the evening time as this is when the entertainment heats up.
When it comes to Disney, buy those tickets that allow you entrance to all the four parks that come under it – Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, MGM and Epcot Center. The entry for kids is fairly low. When enjoying any water park with your child, ensure that you follow all the safety precautions. Also make use of the facility of the baby waiting area, which lets one parent enjoy the ride while the other waits in the baby waiting area and then gets going for his/her respective turn when their partner returns, without getting in line again!
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