Orlando offers an amazing variety of activities and sightseeing opportunities. There’s something for thrill seekers, nature lovers, shoppers, and ecotourists alike. Finding unique, one-of-a-kind experiences can take a little extra effort, but our guide makes it easier to create memories that last a lifetime.
Big theme parks are a lot of fun, but they’re not the only places to explore in Orlando. Whatever you need for a perfect vacation, Orlando has it: sizzling nightlife, arts and culture, historical sites, delicious food, and more. Check out the following Orlando, Florida, attractions before booking your next trip.
Black Hammock is a must-do attraction for first dates, family vacations, and everything in between. Boat tours are run on U.S. Coast Guard-approved airboats, and every Captain is U.S. Coast Guard Licensed. Every tour is unique, but visitors are guaranteed to see many types of birds at Bird Island, along with turtles, alligators, and other surprises. Enjoy popular Florida delicacies, such as catfish nuggets and Key Lime pie, at the Black Hammock Adventure Restaurant, and find great souvenirs for everyone on your gift list in our well-stocked gift shop.
Eat and drink your way through “Celery City,” otherwise known as Sanford, FL, during this four-hour walking tour. Participants will stop at five locations to sample the best of central Florida’s ultimate foodie destinations. Tour guides include information about interesting local history to keep you entertained throughout the evening. You’ll leave with a full belly and a full brain.
Thrill seekers will love the adrenaline rush of an indoor skydiving adventure. No experience or certification is needed. The certified instructors provide a brief training and safety orientation for each diver. All safety and diving gear is provided. If you’ve ever wanted to enjoy the thrill of skydiving without the dizzying heights, indoor skydiving with IFLY is a unique Orlando experience you shouldn’t miss.
This app-led, immersive walking tour provides chills, thrills, and challenges that take you to haunted subterranean tunnels and street corners. The one-hour tour includes plenty of puzzles and riddles to test your scavenger-hunting skills and keep you entertained. One of the best aspects of this attraction is that you can start and stop it at your convenience. Parents can filter any too-scary information to keep the tour fun for all ages.