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In my last post I promised to help you find all of the low cost ways to have a great Orlando, Florida vacation without breaking the bank. First thing first. The biggest money burner will always be your Disney tickets and all of the other attractions that have followed in Walt Disney World’s foot steps. The best way to tackle this issue is to buy the Walt Disney World multi-day ticket instead of the individual day tickets. As I explained in my last post, the most cost effective way to get the most bang for your buck is to purchase any one of the Walt Disney World 14 day expiration Disney tickets. This will defiantly lower the daily cost down to around $44 a day. Universal Studios tickets are the second most popular tickets sold here and for good reason. Right now, Universal Studios has 5 different tickets to choose from. The most popular of Universal Studios tickets are the 2 Day 2 Park Hopper tickets. These tickets allow you to hop from park to park on any two days within 1 week. This ticket also includes 7 free Nights of City Walk admissions. City Walk is a Night Time, Adult, Night Club Complex. It also has dinning and shopping for everyone, but you will need a City Walk tickets to enter into their night clubs. The second most popular ticket has to be the 1 Day 2 Park Hopper. This will allow the family with a time issue to visit both parks within the same day. Many people do not realize that Universal Studios has 2 parks, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Both parks are sure to please any age traveler! The third most popular destination here in Central Florida is Sea World. For a family on a true hard core budget, Sea World Orlando has the best of the best ticket packages available anywhere. By purchasing your Sea World tickets here thru, “The Official Ticket Center“, you can take part in their ticket combo bonanza. The best Sea World tickets at this moment are the Sea World / Aquatica Combo special. This ticket is $96 per adult and $86 for children 3-9. This ticket is a unlimited pass for 14 days from the first day of use. You cant get any better than this ticket!
I truly love to see people visiting my beautiful state and I love when people come into our office and ask for those hidden gems that are off of the beaten path and are not printed in any publications. When they ask the question, “What else is there to see besides Walt Disney World”, I normally pull them to the side and get out my trusty map to show them where these places are. These are the places that you can go to and have the best times of you life and not even spend $40 for the whole family to enjoy. Don’t get me wrong, I love for people to come see the theme parks, but I also want people to see the natural beauty that is often over looked by millions of travelers that come here every year. My favorite place to send people who dare to travel the least traveled path is, Wekiva Springs State Park. This is one of Florida’s most beautiful artesian springs in Central Florida. I was brought up 5 miles from this gem and it still holds its beauty to this day. The water is a constant 72 degrees year round and is a welcoming spot on a hot, Central Florida summer day. Pick up a couple of sandwiches and drinks on the way and remember to bring a pair of swimmer goggles so that you can gaze down into the emerald colored boil, that pushes cool, clear water out, from deep within the Florida aquifer. They also have unguided canoe rentals, that will take you for a stroll back to a time when the Florida Seminole Indians inhabited this land. If you are lucky, you can still find shark teeth at the bottom of this spring, as this area was once covered by shallow ocean tidal pools. If you would like more information on this destination, click here http://www.floridastateparks.org/WekiwaSprings/ Here is a link to see some pictures of the park as well. Enjoy : ) http://www.floridastateparks.org/WekiwaSprings/Photos-Park.cfm
In my next post, I will tell you the best ways to save money on food while visiting our world famous theme parks. Until next time, this is Pat Pulliam with www.officialticketcenter.com . If you have any questions or comments about this post, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free at 1-877-406-4836.