Holiday festivities begin at Walt Disney World on Nov. 12., coinciding with the resort’s 50th anniversary, dubbed ‘The World’s Most Magical Celebration.’
While good news, the holiday travel surge is also driving up prices.
The first flight from another country is expected to arrive at the Orlando International Airport on Monday afternoon.
Royal Caribbean is planning to take cruise lovers on a voyage around the world in one go, starting Dec. 2023.
The airline has alerted passengers of delays through the weekend due to weather and its impact on the air traffic control system.
Described by Disney as an “out-of-this-world dining experience,” the space-themed restaurant takes fine dining to a whole new level.
Disney said that the show, ‘Disney KiteTails,’ will start at the Discovery River Amphitheater near DinoLand U.S.A. on October 1st.
The attraction has provided park guests with an out-of-this-world experience as they strap into a rocket, drop into darkness, and fly through space.
The nighttime show lights up Hogwarts Castle inside the ‘Wizarding World of Harry Potter — Hogsmeade’ with state-of-the-art technology.
The theme park company announced on their website that annual passes will go back on sale starting September 8th.
Halloween Horror Nights runs through October 31.
The Fun Card gives parkgoers unlimited admission through December 31, 2022.
The Bahamas is requiring vaccinations for a ship to be allowed entry into any of its cruise ports, including at private islands like Disney Castaway Cay.
The ‘Splash Mountain’ attraction at Walt Disney World and Disneyland is being re-themed to ‘The Princess and the Frog.'
All three major theme parks in Central Florida – Walt Disney World., Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld Orlando – have events for spooky season.
Florida's high-speed rail service Brightline on Tuesday announced it will resume service in South Florida later this year.
The location at ICON Park in Orlando is Chef Gordon Ramsay's first restaurant in the state of Florida.
The airline says the more people who are vaccinated, the faster the industry can fully recover from the pandemic and "continue creating unforgettable vacation memories together."
“Based on the success of our initial resumption of service and the guest response to the onboard experience, we will continue to operate all our ships as vaccinated cruises through at least October," the cruise line said.
The Disney Dream’s return comes as a panel ruled to temporarily keep CDC COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships in place.