For some people, Orlando holidays means spending a week (or two) doing absolutely nothing but soaking up sunshine and relaxing. Once they arrive on their flight the only travel they want to do is from the pool to the beach to the bar and back again. They want to be able to completely kick back and slow down to a tranquil pace of life, lulled into a peaceful state of relaxation by the warm rays of the sun.
Although this is an ideal getaway for some, other people would find a week on the beach boring after the first afternoon and seek more variety in their holidays. If you are this type of traveller, you will find yourself itching to see more and do more while you are abroad. Of course you enjoy sitting cocktails on a sun lounger, but you also want to see some of the local culture, go to museums and art exhibits, listen to some live music, go on a walking tour, check out a different city and much more. You are looking for a travel experience that will go beyond the typical Orlando holidays 2012 and give you a lot more.
There are many ways that you can shake up your holiday and bring in a variety of different experiences which will keep you interested and engaged. Here are some ideas:
Have you considered these types of customisable holidays which allow you to visit several destinations in one trip? Twin-centre or multi-centre holidays are when you fly into one destination and then visit one; two or several others before flying home from a different airport. For example, you could fly into Orlando and visit Disney World and then travel to several other locations around Florida such as Miami Beach and the Everglades before coming home from a different Florida airport such as Miami or Fort Lauderdale.
It is almost impossible to get bored on multi-centre holidays because you will be visiting so many different types of attractions. From beaches to forests to cities to resorts to theme parks, you will get a small sample of many different locations.
Cruise and Stay Holidays
Perhaps you are interested in going on a cruise so that you can enjoy the entertainment and attractions on board, but you think you might go crazy if you spent too long at sea? A great compromise is Cruise and Stay holidays, which allow you to take a cruise for part of your trip and then disembark and continue your travel on land. You can then go further inland and stay in hotels in various regions or even meet up with a tour group to see even more.
Cruise and Stay holidays are a great combination between a cruise and a traditional land-based holiday, giving you a huge variety of experiences all within a short period of time.
These are just a couple of ways that you can plan a holiday that will not be boring or the same the entire way through. Most travel companies will allow you to custom design these types of holidays so that you can add in exactly the types of experiences you want to have. Your holiday will be an once-in-a-lifetime experience that will be made for your specific needs and will be the ultimate adventure.