This March, I’m headed to Universal Studios Orlando for my very first on-site travel agent training. However, it isn’t my first visit to Universal Studios. In spring of 2016, we took a family vacation to Orlando where we spent two days at Walt Disney World and two days at Universal Studios. As I look ahead to my March trip, I’ve been thinking about all the reasons to visit Universal Studios Orlando. And here are 4!
1. Harry Potter!!!!
As far as theme parks go, it is hard to find a more immersive experience than the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. These two areas are more than enough reason to plan a trip to Universal Studios Orlando.
Diagon Alley in Universal Studios is one is the most immersive theme park experiences I’ve ever had. It is truly amazing. And Hogsmeade Village in Islands of Adventure is just as cool.
Divided between Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, you can take the Hogwarts Express between them (this does require a Park to Park ticket). Each area has rides, restaurants, and Butterbeer!! You can even get your very own wand at Ollivander's.
Even if you aren't a huge Harry Potter fan, you'll appreciate the details, experiences, and the food in these two areas. The best time to visit Universal Studios Orlando Harry Potter is literally anytime!
What’s the Catch?
With all the options for booking travel these days, you might wonder why you should use a travel agent. Alternatively, one of the first questions that potential clients like you ask about our travel planning services is “How much do you charge?”
The answer may be surprising. Why? We charge NOTHING! NADA! ZILCH!
Along those lines, below are some other common questions we get about our travel services.
On our first family cruise, we sailed on Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas. The 3-night weekend cruise from Miami would stop in Nassau, Bahamas.
But first, it would stop at CocoCay, RC's very own private island! All four of us were super stoked about spending an entire day on a tropical island, swimming, soaking up the sun, and loving every minute.
The first morning of our cruise was our CocoCay day. Since we wanted to make the most of our day, we all got up early to eat breakfast. In the forward-facing dining room at the front of the ship, we looked out over the bow as the ship approached the island.
Jo is a travel planner who loves all things Disney! She also has food sensitivities and lots of experience with special diets while traveling.
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