Florida Dream Vacations has the best amenities around. Enjoy Florida Dream Vacations when you stay in Orlando.
Parking is no longer a problem with the spaces available close by.
Finding the perfect hotel makes it that much easier to enjoy your vacation. Don't wait any longer before you call Florida Dream Vacations to reserve a room for your next trip to Orlando.
With Mauiva AirCruise, you can get a fresh perspective of Orlando's theme parks and Las Vegas's flashing lights—from high overhead in an airplane. Those landmarks are just a small part of each of their flagship tours, the Western Wonder experience and the All-American East experience. On the Western Wonder, for example, you'll jetset between Yosemite National Park, the Grand Canyon, and other iconic destinations on a private plane. At each place, you'll touch down in private terminals and have time for sightseeing and photos (tours and meals cost extra). These longer hop-on/hop-off air cruises often include meals and nightly hotel accommodations. Each flight is led by an FAA-certified pilot.
Beyond the tours, Mauiva also operates smaller-scale plane trips and lessons as part of their Air Tours division. See the sun cast brilliant colors over the Atlantic Ocean during a sunset tour, or catch a dazzling aerial light display in one of the fireworks flights. In the Captain's Package, you can climb into the cockpit with an FAA-certified instructor, helping them to navigate the plane and identify airborne superheroes.
MARIS Reisen has the best amenities around. Enjoy MARIS Reisen when you stay in Kissimmee.
Guests will appreciate the nearby parking options, especially when they need to load and unload their car.
When you need a little R&R, call MARIS Reisen and book a vacation to remember in the beautiful city of Kissimmee.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We priding ourselves in offering, concierge services 24 hours a day 7 days week while you’re on vacation, making transportation arrangements we are with you from the beginning of your trip to the end, we do it all.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Holiday Inn and moved on to learning the travel and tourism industry.
She then worked for transportation companies and learning and gaining wisdom and the love for the business she is growing in the industry coming up slowly and gaining knowledge and love for what she does.
What do you love most about your job?
“It’s the meeting of different people, traveling to different parts of the world or seeing something for the first time it’s what I love to do!”
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
Hoosier Travel and Tours was given a 5 star rating for services well done!
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In 1993, two 25-year-old engineers, Matthieu Gobbi and Jerome Giacomoni, pursued mankind’s dream to evolve into kites when they reinvented the tethered gas balloon, which enables faster rides than the typical gas balloon. With several models to choose from, their balloons have established themselves as attractions in more than 60 places around the world, including Paris, Berlin, and Angkor Wat Temple. Renowned amusement parks, such as the Walt Disney World® Resort and Disneyland Paris® Resort, use Aerophile’s innovative balloons to introduce their visitors to the clouds. With enough space to seat up to 29 passengers, the tethered aircrafts climb up to 400 feet into the sky with the help of up to 210,000 cubic feet of helium, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding attractions and landscape.
If theme parks are the first and only thing that comes to your mind when you think of Orlando, Otown Tours is here to change that. The tour company introduces visitors to the Orlando not often seen and explored by non-locals. How? By transporting them to the Floridian city's streets and waterways and past historic buildings while sharing insider info on the happening burg. One of the stops: the Harry P. Leu Gardens, which holds palm trees, azaleas, camellias, and statuesque oaks inside its 50 acres. Another stop: downtown Orlando, the home of City Hall, Centennial Fountain, and Church Street Station, a former train depot that now bustles with shops and eateries.