- Round-trip transportation from select Miami hotels
- 6-hours of fun at one of the following parks: Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld or Wet n’ Wild
What You Can Expect
When you arrive in Orlando, you will have approximately six hours to spend at the park of your choice. After your day of fun, board the bus for the relaxing and stress-free ride back to Miami.
See Itinerary section below for more information on the parks.
Why just go to the movies when you can become a part of them! Step through the massive arches of Universal Studios Florida®, and take a starring role in some of the biggest movies and TV shows ever created. At the world’s premier movie and TV based theme park, you’ll find an amazing array of rides, shows, movie sets and attractions. And while every stunt, scream and scare are delivered with Hollywood flair, they’re all just backdrops for the memories you’ll make.
Universal's Islands of Adventure®:
Heroes of legend. Stories that transcend generations. Creatures from the past and from your wildest imaginations. Epic adventures and unforgettable journeys. This is Universal’s Islands of Adventure®, your own personal playground. Experience cutting edge rides, shows and interactive attractions that challenge all your senses. Because in these lands, the world’s biggest stories come to life and there’s no telling what might happen next.
SeaWorld is home to the most spectacular sea life shows on Earth! From interacting with dolphins and watching penguins at play to getting drenched from killer whale splashdowns and seeking thrills on the Journey to Atlantis rollercoaster, SeaWorld’s range of activities and rides will delight your whole family.
Wet ‘n Wild® Orlando:
Thrills are for sharing! Only Wet ‘n Wild® Orlando gives you more themed, multi-person thrill rides than any other waterpark around. Signature hits like Disco H20™, Brain Wash™, Bubba Tub, The Flyer and more. Now open, the all new Blastaway Beach™, the largest family water play area in Florida.
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The trip itself was good except the driver was an hour late to pick us up and we had no contact no. to find out if he would turn up at all. Also breakfast was supposed to be supplied so we didn't bring drinks etc on the coach but we were not supplied with anything.
This seemed pretty Un-Organised if I'm honest, The Bus was 45 minutes late in the morning and almost 2 hours late picking us up in the evening, it took 7 attempts to get an answer on the contact phone number provided. The thought of being stranded in a car park for the night over 200 miles away from your hotel was pretty scary. The only reason it deserved two stars is simply because the driver seemed like a pretty cool guy and the Actual theme park is a great place to visit.
No instructions from the driver, just checks your name and hop in. 18 hour trip..the drive using their bus is actually 5.5 hours/way..you only get to spend about 6 hours at the park = buying express pass to skip lines (additional 70/person)..you are better off driving yourself for 3.5 hours.