Nearby Theme Parks
Villa Tropicana’s location is perfect since it’s not far from any of the major theme parks in Orlando. Below is a list of just some of those nearby to the villa.
Walt Disney World Resort
Covering a total of 47 square miles, Walt Disney World is not only gigantic but also magical, magnificent and unique. With four major theme parks, including Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, and 2 exciting waterparks, Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, there is always something new to discover! Combine this with the fantastic night time entertainment complex located at Downtown Disneyand Disney’s Wide World Of Sports Complex, 200 acres of sporting action, you will never find yourself without something to do. And for avid or partial golfers, we recommend that you play at least one round at one of Disney’s 5 championship golf courses.
Universal Orlando Resort
Universal Orlando Resort is a must-see haven of enchantment that wins over anyone who passes through its gates. The three main theme parks in Orlando, Universal Studios®, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and CityWalk offer fun, excitement and exquisite night-time dining and entertainment options. Furthermore, the new Harry Potter Theme Park opened in 2010 so be prepared to stroll the cobblestone streets of Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade where you’ll end up lost in the magical world of wizards, witches, giants, dragons and trolls, literally.
SeaWorld is a park that is exploding with different things. At Stingray Lagoon and Dolphin Cove you can feed some of the aquatic life and wander through an underwater dolphin-viewing area, while Pacific Point Preserve is a great place to view California Sea Lions. Also, there’s Manatees: The Last Generation?, which introduces children to animal rescue, and Shamu’s Happy Harbor where children can play in a water area and ride on the Shamu Express mini coaster. Then there’s Blue Horizons where you can watch a colorful bungee-based theatrics water show with dolphins and whales, as well as a Sea Lion & Otter show. Finally, there’s Wild Arctic, where a helicopter flight takes you to a base station to view walruses, seals and beluga whales while walking above and beneath ice, and Adventure Park, which offers several outstanding thrill rides including Journey To Atlantis, the Kraken and Manta. In brief, be sure not to miss the magic of SeaWorld.
Aquatica is a one-of-a-kind water park created by the clever engineers at SeaWorld. Along with an exciting combo of up close animal encounters, flowing waters, high-speed thrills and wide, sandy beaches, guests have the option of playing in, over, and under the water!
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay, being not too far from Orlando, is worth a visit and if you go then you should know that Busch Gardens has been a long-time favorite with visitors of all ages for some time. Therefore, we recommend that you set a few hours aside while in Tampa to enjoy animal encounters and thrill rides, as the park caters to a variety of tastes.