Presentation on theme: "By: E. Draper. PEAK SEASON Peak season is the season when travel is most active and prices are higher. The price of Walt Disney World during peak."— Presentation transcript:
PEAK SEASON Peak season is the season when travel is most active and prices are higher. The price of Walt Disney World during peak season is $300 a person per day during Christmas season. The price of the resorts during peak season is about $313 a night.
OFF SEASON Off season is a period of time when travel to a particular place is less popular and prices are usually lower. The prices of Walt Disney World tickets during off season is $96 a person per day. The resort price is $158 per night.
SHOULDER SEASON Shoulder season is a travel period between peak and off-peak seasons. The price of Disney World during shoulder season is $186 per day. The prices of the resorts per night is $199.
SPECIAL EVENTS Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party $62 Mickey’s Not-So Scary Halloween Party $62
ATTRACTIONS The Magic Kingdom Epcot Disney’s Hollywood Studios Disney’s Animal Kingdom Sea World Universal Studios Islands of Adventure City Walk
THE MAGIC KINGDOM The Magic Kingdom, the ultimate theme park, usually top any visitor’s list. It’s very similar to California's Disneyland, though it covers a much larger area.
EPCOT Epcot is, in effect, a permanent world’s fair, with both national and corporate pavilions-all of them providing spellbinding entertainment. This is one of the most adult of Orlando’s attractions and, during busy times, requires two days to fully experience.
DISNEY’S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a diverting look at how movies are made: it includes numerous attraction rides and many buildings that are reproductions of Hollywood landmarks.
DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a 500-arce cross between a zoo and a theme park. It stresses what we must do to preserve endangered species, but also boasts some exciting rides.
SEA WORLD Sea World is the world’s largest marine park which is located in Orlando. There are rides, shows, attractions, and family-friendly activities.
ISLANDS OF ADVENTURE AND UNIVERSAL STUDIOS Islands of Adventure has many thrilling rides. Universal Studios has a character very distinct from Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
CITY WALK City Walk is connecting Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios that has a vibrant strip of stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues.