- Entry to one of six Walt Disney World parks in Orlando
- Choice of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon
- Spend six hours at the park you choose
- Round-trip transportation from select Miami hotels
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What You Can Expect
With round-trip transportation from Miami, it couldn’t be easier to spend a day at Walt Disney World than with this one-day admission ticket. You can choose one of six Disney theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot Center, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Blizzard Beach or Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon.
When you arrive in Orlando, you will have approximately six hours to spend at the Walt Disney World park of your choice. After your day of Disney fun, board the bus for the relaxing and stress-free ride back to Miami.
See the Itinerary section below for details on each Disney park.
Important Note: The coach will be bringing you to their main transfer station, from there you will get on the shuttle to your designated theme park
Classic Disney magic and new surprises await you at the Magic Kingdom, the iconic Disney theme park where make-believe reigns supreme. The park’s “lands,” from Fantasyland to Adventureland to Tomorrowland, offer you family friendly rides and activities, as well as plenty of enchantment and wonder. Set off with Donald Duck on a madcap, musical 3-D adventure through classic Disney films. Hold on to your hat, your hair and everything else as Stitch cuts loose with comic chaos in his own attraction. Challenge the Magic Kingdom’s mountain ranges with a rocket ride through the stars, a twisting runaway train ride and a wild, watery plunge into Brer Rabbit's laughin' place.
From wide-eyed excitement to mind-boggling creations, Epcot is where the magic of Disney meets the wonders of the real world. Explore the cultures and cuisine of 11 nations as you journey around the World Showcase. Dance with mariachis in Mexico. Rock out in the UK. Marvel at the Chinese acrobats.
Wind your way through the skies on a breathtaking, awe-inspiring flight on the Epcot attraction, Soarin’! Go beyond the sky and feel the power of a space launch as a rocket force pins you to your seat, then blasts you all the way into Mars on Mission: SPACE.
Then head to the Seas with Nemo & Friends, where you’ll come face-to-face and fin-to-fin with an entire school of characters from Finding Nemo. As you board your "clamobile" and join Marlin and Dory on their search for the clown fish, you'll encounter dozens of jellies, a toothy anglerfish and old friends like Bruce the shark. In the incredible grand finale, Nemo and all his friends appear to actually swim alongside the real-life creatures of the coral reef.
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Step onto Hollywood Boulevard, and suddenly you're center stage in the only place where big-screen thrills, TV fun and the best of Broadway come together. In the Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show, tires scream, flames burst, motorcycles fly and moving cars split in half! It's intense, behind-the-scenes movie-making magic at its best.
For more adrenaline-pumping action, scream as you zoom through 13 floors of fear on a radically random elevator ride. Blast 0 to 60 mph (0 -96 kph) in 2.8 seconds as the music of Aerosmith rocks you through a wild, twisting rollercoaster road trip. Then, sit back and let the magic and music of Disney's Beauty and the Beast take your breath away. Next up? Visit with Handy Manny, Little Einsteins and all their friends from Playhouse Disney!
Disney's Animal Kingdom
In this amazing place, a living storybook of creatures real and fantastic takes you on a breathtaking adventure. See what the world was like when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Blast through the ages to dodge meteor storms and vicious predators in your own time machine. Or take a more whimsical twist through time on a wild and wonderful spinning rollercoaster.
Take on the treacherous terrain of the towering Forbidden Mountain in the high-altitude, high-speed train adventure, Expedition Everest. Next, venture out on safari across 110 acres (44 hectares) of African savannah to encounter freely roaming wildlife. Get a hilarious 3-D look at life from a bug's point of view. Let your heart sing along in a musical celebration of the circle of life at Festival of the Lion King. Here, every path and trail invites you to explore the awesome surprises of nature and all the enchantment of Disney.
Finding Nemo the Musical is a big-as-Broadway retelling of the beloved animated film that brings the little clown fish and his friends to life right before your eyes. Only at Disney’s Animal Kingdom can you see this visually inventive, original stage show that merges puppetry with live performances.
Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks
Thrill or chill at Disney's Blizzard Beach. Hang out for a lazy day on the ice floes, or challenge furious flume rides as you race up to 55 mph (88kph) down the icy face of one of the nation's tallest water slides.
In the mood for something a little more tropical? Choose Disney's Typhoon Lagoon to enjoy the island life. Body surf in one of the world's largest wave pools. Snorkel alongside real sharks. Or go extreme and blast your way upstream on the Crush 'n' Gusher water coaster.
This tour was wonderful :)
Absolutely amazing !
If you are only staying in miami, this is a must! Very short and in a rush, but you get to enjoy a full day in the park
It was a good trip if you dont have the time or means to see all of disney parks. In the end, you have about 5 hours to enjoy, because the bus would sometimes make inexplicable stops or have long delays. A snack on the way back would be nice, also. It is a tyring trip, but pretty nice in the end!
id go again
Great theme park ,bus journey very long ,did not think bus would have so many pick ups and then dropmoffs
If you only have one day to spend in orlando then the tour is recommended. the trip is a hassle and very tiring. we were picked up at 5:15 am from downtown miami and we stopped many times before heading to orlando. the bus is not the best but good enough. we arrived at orlando at 11:00am where we waited about half an hour for our transportation to magic kingdom. we arrived at magic kingdom at about 12:15pm. we actually had less than 6 hours to spend at the park because the pick up for return was at 6pm. if you are able to purchase the fast pass then do it .it is the only way to enjoy your day at the park because the waiting lines at most attractions could be 60-80 minutes. we returned to orlando where we waited for the bus. we arrived at miami at 12:00am but the bus made some unexpected stops between orlando and miami. if you are staying in downtown miami you will be picked up first at departure and will be dropped off last when returning, so it gets even more tiring.
We had to wait an hour for our coach to arrive which we didn't appreciate after specifically getting up at 5.15am! I also don't think that you can say breakfast is included as there was no fresh muffins, orange juice, tea or coffee but only some crackers!
You also need to be aware that you are on a coach, which then stops off at a bus terminal and you then get on a mini bus to take you to disney! So the journey was longer than expected.
Once we eventually arrived at disney we had the best time ever and the mini bus was waiting for us at the end of the day which was good news!
Disneyworld was fantastic but transfer from Miami was awful;too much time to pick up ( and drop off) people on the way, then a further 1.5 hrs wasted getting off bus, waiting at bus company's office then getting back on same bus! From Miami it should be more direct and better organised. V disappointing.