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Things to Do in Orlando Besides Theme Parks

For your convenience on your way, we’ve created the top Orlando outdoor and indoor activities. We know that you’re likely to be looking forward to spending time in the theme parks in Orlando … However, we don’t want you to believe that they’re the only reason to go to Orlando!

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Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures

About one hour to the south of Orlando’s major tourist destinations, Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures offers you the opportunity to glide through the waters in the Florida Everglades at speeds up to 40 mph in six-passenger airboats examined and certified from the U.S. Coast Guard. On the 45-minute trip you’ll discover areas unexplored by humankind and observe an array of wildlife species. Night excursions, lasting one hour, are offered.

Bok Tower Gardens

Explore one of Florida’s earliest attractions and most well-known secrets just a little more than an hour to the south of Interstate-Drive. This National Historic Landmark was dedicated in 1929 as a gesture to show gratitude to Edward Bok, a humanitarian writer, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and world peace activist. Bok Tower Gardens’ 700 acres of nature trails, woodland gardens, conservation land and endangered plants make the perfect place for visitors to enjoy amazing sights all through the year.

Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens

The lush tropical vegetation The Central Florida Zoo is home to 23 acres of natural gardens, as well as over 500 animals. The Zoo also has an insect zoo, reptile house, a kids’ zone with animals to pet and feed and splash around, as well as the Seminole Aerial Adventures zip line attraction. The zoo is situated in Sanford approximately 40 minutes to the north of our major tourist districts.

Epic Paddle Adventures

Epic Paddle Adventures invites you to explore crystal-clear waters and marine life along the intercoastal, and take in the local sunshine on one of Orlando’s beautiful lakes. They are known for their instructors who are hands-on and thorough so you feel at ease on the water, and focus on enjoying the trip that will last an entire lifetime!

Fun Spot America Theme Parks

Fun Spot America is Central Florida’s only theme park owned by a family It is located in two places: International Drive in Orlando and Kissimmee close to Walt Disney World. Both offer the same amount of entertainment, however they’re different enough to provide totally different experiences. No matter if you’re an adrenaline junkie or prefer the sound and lights of arcades These parks provide lots of fun for all the family members with the multi-level go-kart track and the only wooden roller coaster in Orlando.


With over 100 acres The oldest of Orlando’s attractions offers affordable family-friendly fun. Discover thousands of alligators as well as Crocodiles, as well as a bird sanctuary as well as a breeding marsh complete with observation towers, Florida panthers, a petting zoo and splash pads for children visitors. Gatorland has unique reptile shows, including the Gator Wrestling’ Show Gator Jumparoo and unique up-close encounters. Not to be left out you can get more excitement out of your visit by taking the separately-ticketed Screamin Gator Zip Line and Stompin’Gator Off-Road Adventure.

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Giraffe Ranch

Have you ever had the privilege of feeding the giraffe? This attraction is located at Dade City, a little less than an hour from I-Drive and you’ll get to meet giraffes as well as other species from all over the globe, all in the setting that is like something straight from Africa with massive live oaks and wide grasslands. Tours are only available on reservation. Giraffe Ranch is located on 47 acres of land that is part of Florida’s second-largest wilderness area and that of the Green Swamp, complete with native orchids, lush pastures, and the rolling wetlands.

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