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Popular things to do
Everyone knows Orlando is the place to go for amusement park fun – hence it’s moniker as the Theme Park Capital of the World with Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, SeaWorld® Orlando and LEGOLAND® Florida Resort.
But – there are plenty of other entertainment options including tours and attractions available through our partner CitySights.
Other things to do in Orlando
Who doesn’t to want to swim with Manatees! Check it off your bucket list at this family-owned tour center offering eco-responsible activities for the entire family!
In addition to the three-hour Swimming with the Manatees tour, the venue offers Eco Tours,, SCIBA training and fresh water dive tours, river sightseeing tours, scalloping outings (bring hoe dinner!) and lessons on swimming with a mermaid tale.
Explore nature under the sea and on land and enjoy the best of everything Crystal River has to offer.
See and interact with Florida’s favorite reptiles at Gatorland, aka “The Alligator Capital of the World®.”
Gatorland is the premier spot to see alligators and crocodiles of all sizes, from babies, also known as grunts, to the 14-foot monsters that call our Breeding Marsh home.
Plus, the venue offers a free-flight aviary, a feeding and petting zoo, one-of-a-kind animal shows including Alligators: Legends of the Swamp, Gator Jumparoo and the Up-close Encounters Show;
When you’re done observing and ready for some thrills, soar through the treetops at 1,200 feet of high flying on the Gator Screamin’ Zip Line.
Standing over seven stories tall, these amazing towers feature multilevel launch pads and breathtaking views from high above the treetops or head to the new Stompin’ Gator Off-Road Adventure.
Do you have what it takes to work with dangerous animals? Find out by participating in the Trainer-for-a-Day program to get up close and personal with alligators, crocodiles and other creepy critters.
Gatorland provides endless fun for visitors of all ages!
What trip to Florida would be complete without an airboat tour?
Zip along 4,200 acres of protected swamps, marshes and rivers that make up the headwaters of the Florida Everglades. You’ll see exotic local flora and fauna, including gators, birds, eagles, trees and plants and participate in a hands-on gator demonstration.
Additionally, you can visit more than 200 native and exotic animals such as lemurs, sloths, zebras, and other animals native to South America, Africa, and Australia inside the Alligator Park and participate on an interactive animal encounters and Drive-thru Safari Park!
Adventure awaits at this park located just 40 miles south of Orlando.
Located just 10 miles from LEGOLAND Florida, this National Historic Landmark was founded in 1929 and was designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr.
Bok Tower Gardens offers visitors almost 700 acres of citrus groves, woodland gardens, nature trails, conservation lands and endangered plants for breathtaking sights throughout the year. It includes more than 125 species of birds and endangered animals such as the Gopher Tortoise and the Eastern Indigo snake.
Visit one of the nine gardens and exhibits which includes the River of Stone featuring Tillandsia, commonly known as air plants; the Pollinator Garden which provides a haven for butterflies, bees and other nectar- and pollen-loving insects; the Kitchen Garden & Outdoor Kitchen complete with a wood-fired pizza oven and chef demonstrations; the Endangered Plant Garden for a close-up view of rare and endangered plants; the Window By The Pond that overlooks a bog; the Wild Garden to see four diverse native Florida ecologies on eight acres of native plantings; the Exedra & Sunset Overlook, which, at an elevation of 298 feet, is one of the highest points in peninsular Florida.
Plus, the Reflection Pool with a view of the Singing Tower; and the Peace Lantern which was a gift to the garden’s namesake from Usaburo Tsujita of Japan.
Believe it or not, this attraction offers 10,000 square feet of odd and unbelievable sights and artifacts with interactive exhibits and 16 galleries. See it all on your self-guided tour. You can’t miss the Odditorium which looks like a giant sinkhole!
Explore the oddities such as ancient alligators, a shrunken head owned by Ernest Hemingway, and much more at the new Weird Florida Gallery or get your groove on in the at the Dance Party and boogey along with amazing lifelike wax figures – great Instagram opportunity!
Experience all Orlando has to offer!
- Theme Parks
- Nature Tours
- Water Tours
- Dining and Entertainment
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GO with Us in Orlando
When you need a ride to or from Orlando airport or across town, GO with us for transparent fares and fast, reliable service. We provide affordable, convenient, and safe transportation options including private vans, non-stop rides, premium black car service, and shared ride airport shuttle vans.
We offer airport transportation to/from the Orlando (MCO) airport, as well as around town transportation. You can also book tours in Orlando through our partner CitySights
Traveling to the airport requires a reservation in advance to ensure a vehicle is ready to GO when you are.
For passengers departing the airport, booking in advance will lessen your wait time. However, you can visit our booths in baggage claim and we can easily arrange a ride without an advance reservation.
To change an airport shuttle or private car service reservation, please click on the My Bookings tab to confirm, cancel, or edit a ride. You may also visit the Contact Us page to submit a request for assistance. Please have your reservation number available.