Take a Tour of One of Florida’s Top 5 Tourist Destinations

Florida bus toursAs one of Florida’s leading tour bus companies, we are well acquainted with all of the state’s many tourist attractions. Most are great places to spend a day or longer and enjoy the natural splendor and man-made spectacle that visitors want.

Here, then, are the top five tourist destinations in Florida where you are guaranteed to have a fabulous time:

Walt Disney World

Located just outside is Walt Disney World, the biggest and most popular tourist destination in Florida, if not the United States. Composed of four different theme parks — the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT Center, Animal Kingdom, and Disney/MGM Studios — Disney World has something to offer everybody.

Whether you are planning on spending a day or a week or longer, there is so much to do and see there that you never have to worry about being bored or disappointed.

Universal Studios

Located closer to downtown Orlando is Universal Studios. While this is a working movie and television production facility, there also are two separate theme parks that feature thrilling rides, entertaining stage shows, exciting dining and shopping options, and much, much more.

While not as large as Disney World, Universal Studios has nearly as much to offer.

Sea World

Nearby Univeral Studios is Sea World, a theme park devoted to the rich underwater kingdom of the world’s oceans and seas. Here you can see killer whales and dolphins perform exciting tricks and stunts, as well as many entertaining and interesting aquariums, shows, and other fun activities.

Everglades National Park

The swampy Everglades makes up nearly the bottom third of the state of Florida. It’s the second largest national park in the US after Yellowstone and the largest subtropical wilderness in the world.

Here you can see alligators, American crocodiles, Florida panthers, deer, turtles, egrets, manatees and many other species in their natural habitat.

Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral

Located near Cocoa Beach on the Atlantic Coast, the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral is a 140,000 acre complex that is home to the NASA’s primary rocket launch site.

If you are looking for a rich and interesting experience, Florida bus tours has many different options.