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Orlando Family Vacation on a Budget

Orlando Vacation

Orlando VacationWith various theme parks and a short drive to the coast, it’s no wonder Orlando attracts more than 50 million people each year looking to enjoy the wide-ranging experiences the city has to offer. Though you could easily spend thousands of dollars on a premium vacation if you stayed in lush accommodation and ate at the finest dining establishments each day, it is possible to enjoy all the city has to offer even if you are pinching pennies.


Orlando has no dearth of places and things to offers to give you a life time experience during your vacations. Take advantage of experiences that are uniquely Orlando, like IFLY Orlando Indoor Skydiving, or getting up close with wildlife at Gator land or Sea World’s Discovery Cove. Sports lovers can cheer on the Magic NBA basketball team or take a ride on one of multiple zip-lines in the area. And the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down: check out a show at Cirque de Soleil, Blue Man Group or one of Orlando’s many dinner theaters for an entertaining nightcap.


To enjoy your Orlando vocations at the fullest keep following points in mind while planning your Orlando family vocations.

  • Avoid Peak Season

Visit during the slowest times of year to take benefit of low lodging rates and specials. Avoid spring break, Easter, Thanksgiving and December; other dates often offer better deals and greater selection for Orlando vocations.

  • Rent a Home instead of a hotel

On Orlando vocation you should rent a large, multi-bedroom house with a private pool and with kitchen facilities for less than it would cost to stay at a fairly priced hotel.

  • Keep an eye on air line fares

Many budget airlines offer frequent specials to Orlando family trips, along with discounts on rental cars. If you drive, fill up your car one final time before you cross the Florida border, since gas prices there are a little higher than in neighboring states.

  • Enjoy the free ride

Enjoy free activities in the Orlando vacation area. Downtown Disney and Disney’s Boardwalk offer free entertainment throughout the day. Orlando also features dozens of parks, cultural events and festivals, many of which are free.

  • Explore the suburbs

Tour outside the city instead of spending your entire Orlando vacation in a pricey theme park, drive an hour to enjoy the warm waters of the ocean or visit Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral for an afternoon.

We hope these guidelines will help you and enable you to spend a quality time with your friends and family in coming vacations …without nibbling much of your pocket. GOOD LUCK

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