10 Spring Break Ideas To Consider In Orlando

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Spring break is an opportunity to say goodbye to winter weather and hello to the warmer parts of the year. With a trip to Orlando, Florida, you can get a head start on amazing weather with a variety of fun activities.

Those who enjoy outdoor excitement will have multiple sources to choose from when staying in the sunshine state. Theme parks serve as a welcome to the warm weather of spring through unique thrills for all ages.

With a retreat at Spectrum Resort Orlando, you have the chance to create new spring break memories. Here are 10 spring break ideas to consider for your trip to Orlando.

1. Glow In The Dark Kayaking Tour

Fans of kayaking and paddleboarding will have several spots to choose from in Orlando, but Epic Paddle Adventures offers a unique experience. That’s where the park’s glow in the dark tours come in.

Your paddleboards and kayaks will feature multi-color LED lights that glow in the water as you venture along Lake Ivanhoe. The lights give you an amazing view underwater in addition to views of the city near the water.

2. SeaWorld Orlando

Spring break is all about seeking thrills, and staying at Spectrum ensures you have easy access to theme parks that can provide them. One prime example is SeaWorld Resort Orlando, which is a must for those who enjoy traditional theme park rides and water-based attractions.

Pipeline: The Surf Coaster, Ice Breaker, Infinity Falls, Manta, and other rides will keep your adrenaline pumping throughout your stay. Visit early so that you can enjoy tours of dolphins, sea lions, orcas, sharks, and other unique aquatic life.

3. Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park

Welcome the season of spring with outdoor adventures by visiting Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park. This destination offers excitement in the form of zip lines that let you soar through the woods and rope courses that let you channel your inner Tarzan.

Tree Trek Adventure Park allows you to challenge yourself with swinging logs to navigate and hanging skate boards that test your balancing skills. Courses are available for all ages to ensure fun whether you are visiting with friends or family.

4. Universal Resort Orlando

Another theme park that keeps the excitement going throughout your spring break is Universal Resort Orlando. Visiting early in the day will allow you to experience thrills at both Universal Studios and Islands and Adventure.

Roller coaster fans will want to save time for rides such as Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, Jurassic World VelociCoaster, and The Incredible Hulk Coaster. 3D rides include Transformers: The Ride, Skull Island: Reign of Kong, and The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man.

5. Blue Spring State Park

Are you looking for ways to enjoy nature and interact with unique mammals that call Orlando home? With a vacation at Spectrum, you can take a drive to Blue Spring State Park to swim with manatees on a sunny day.

You can take your group kayaking so that you can get closer to manatees while enjoying some fun in the water. Blue Spring State Park also features a boardwalk where you can watch manatees and other animals while taking in the views of nature.

6. Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Animal enthusiasts looking for a combination of wildlife tours and theme park fun can spend their spring break at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Take a tour of African wildlife with Kilimanjaro Safaris, and learn about tigers and other animals with Maharajah Jungle Trek.

Save time at Animal Kingdom for thrilling rides such as Kali River Rapids and Expedition Everest – Legend of the Forbidden Mountain. You can explore the world of the Avatar franchise with rides and attractions in Pandora.

7. Orlando Heli-Tours

Visiting Orlando offers you multiple avenues for sightseeing, especially for those who seek large views of the area. Take a drive from Spectrum to Orlando Heli-Tours so that you can check out the city and its theme parks from the sky.

Helicopter tours come in different forms, such as the Celebrity Grand Tour for views of the homes of Florida’s most famous residents and Disney & SeaWorld Combo Tour to check out both popular destinations. The Disney Spectacular Tour provides views of all of Disney’s parks, and flying later in the day treats you with views of an amazing sunset.

8. Disney’s EPCOT

Your spring break should leave enough time to visit as many theme parks in Orlando as possible, such as Disney’s EPCOT. Attractions throughout the park center around different cultures and will make you feel like you are vacationing in other countries.

Soarin’ Around the World gives you an easier thrill while you explore different parts of the world, and you can get a bigger adrenaline boost from Test Track and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. Stick around at night for EPCOT’s amazing fireworks display.

9. The Florida Mall

No vacation is complete without time saved for shopping, and The Florida Mall has everything you need for this mission. Stores such as Zara and Macy’s provide new apparel to wear on your trip, and you can find luxury items at Mayors and beauty products at Sephora.

If you want a new phone or need additional accessories, Apple has you covered. The Florida Mall features multiple restaurants for a lunch break after your shopping spree and before you continue to the rest of the day’s adventures.

10. Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Combine spring break with the magic of Disney by saving a day for a visit to Disney’s Magic Kingdom. You can find thrills with rides such as TRON Lightcycle Power Run and Big Thunder Mountain Road before and after taking pictures with your favorite Disney characters.

A ride on Liberty Square Riverboat allows you to tour the park on the water and add pictures of attractions to your vacation photo collection. End your Magic Kingdom visit by sticking around for the park’s amazing fireworks show.

With the attractions and activities that Orlando has to offer, you can plan a spring break to remember for years to come. Book with Spectrum today to achieve a dream getaway.

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