Visiting Orlando in the Spring

Visiting Orlando in the Spring – What You Should Know

17.15 million people visited Orlando in the Spring of 2017. We are expecting to see more in the Spring of 2018, and for good reason: this is the time of the year when our city is bursting with life and energy. The flowers are blooming, and the birds are chirping.

And more important than everything else, the tourists come flocking back. Our city has a dash of magic and a heaping dose of hospitality, so we welcome you with open arms. If you are looking for Orlando limousine reservations, come to us. If you are on the hunt for an insider look at Orlando, read on.

Stay Off the I-4

Spring is a time of hope for many people. Once you get onto the I-4 during peak traffic hours, many of your hopes will be dashed in long traffic jams. Orange-vested construction workers appear from the woodwork come April, making an already clogged road even more congested.

One of the easiest ways you can take the stress out of your trip is by renting a limo. We are locals, and we know all of the streets like the backs of our hands. You can trust us to get you to where you are going with the least amount of frustration.

Know the Weather

The closer we get to the Summer, the hotter it gets. While that seems rational, people often underestimate just how warm it can be. Average highs are a pleasant 78 in March, but can eclipse 88 degrees in May. This means that you will want to grab a pair of shorts and a few water bottles before you head out.

Also, it is important to keep in mind that we get sudden rains. It may prove wise to take a rain jacket with you. If you are worried that the rain will put a damper on your trip, it will be ok. Orlando has plenty to offer indoors.

So Many Parties

After Winter, we all want to pull an Elsa and let it go. Seriously, though, there is a lot going on in Orlando. Epcot has the International Flower and Garden Festival. Disney World has the Galactic Nights. The Magic Kingdom has Disney After Hours. A lot of the theme parks pull out all of the stops when the weather starts getting warm.

We haven’t even gotten to the biggest party of all: Spring Break. Every single year, thousands of college kids from all across the country come to Orlando. If there isn’t already a party, chances are they are going to make one.

When you need a guide to the top Orlando bars and clubs, we have you covered. There is a lot to do in Orlando. Sometimes it is worth just to get out and explore.

Commune with Nature

Orlando is known for its big theme parks and the excitement of roller coasters thundering through the air. Our town does have a lot to offer outside of that. There are the Everglades, Lake Eola Park, and our personal favorite, scenic Winter Park Boat Tours. Orlando has a natural side to it as well.

If you have any questions about how to make the most out of your Orlando trip, call us today. We can be your resource on all things Orlando. Limo Car Orlando will be happy to take your limousine reservations.

What to Do on Valentine’s Day in Orlando

What to Do on Valentine’s Day in Orlando

Our city is magic throughout the year, but Orlando truly turns on the charm when February 14th rolls around. The Theme Park Capital of the World has a lot to offer for you and your beau. As natives to Orlando, we know this town like the back of our hands. Read our guide for what to do on Valentine’s Day.

Dinner

It’s a given that you are going to take your lady out to a nice dinner The only question is where. Orlando is teeming with options, and we want to help break them down for you.

Cuba Libre is one of the most exciting spots in the whole city. The restaurant is as much a party as it is a great spot to grab a bite. If you hit this place at the right time, the dancefloor will be shaking and grooving. Cuba Libre can provide one of the liveliest Valentine’s dates you have ever had. When you are looking for a little bit más, this is an excellent choice.

STK Orlando is one of the nicest steakhouses in the city. Located in Disney Springs, you can find more traditional fare. Don’t let all the tourists scare you off, because the steak here is absolutely divine.

Fleming’s is a little bit more upscale, but taking your date here is worth every penny. Come dressed to impress. If you have some wine knowledge, you can really flex it here. They have two locations in Orlando, and either spot is perfect for Valentine’s.

Things to Do

If you go to Fleming’s in Winter Park, you have the perfect opportunity to walk around the neighborhood. This part of the city features a wide range of cute buildings and quirky shops. You can pop in to Rocket Fizz to get your date something sweet, or Apple Blossom Florist for flowers that she will remember. You can also take a scenic boat tour, and see the Kraft Azalea Garden and the Isle of Sicily from on the water.

If your date is looking for something a little more highbrow, you should consider the Orlando Museum of Art. It is closed on major holidays, but it is open on Saturdays and Sundays between 12-4PM. Valentine’s Day falls on a Wednesday this year, which means that you may have to go on the Saturday before Valentine’s. And if you are going out that night, you need something to do during the day. So why not look at some rare and unique paintings?

Last but certainly not least, you could always visit a theme park. There is no better way to make your loved one happy than the Happiest Place on Earth. There is wine tasting at the France Pavilion in Epcot, carriage rides at Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, and fireworks to round off your evening.

One of the best things you can do to impress your date is to rent a limo. If you are looking for Orlando limo car rental, we can help. One of our professional chauffeurs can take the stress out of your evening by driving you around. Valentine’s Day is a day for you and your significant other. Don’t worry about traffic or driving. We will take care of it all.

What You Should Know About Pandora - The World of Avatar graphic

The 411 On Disney’s New Attraction: The World of Avatar

Pandora, also known as the World of Avatar, just made a grand entrance. This new and exciting attraction was directly inspired by the record-breaking movie, Avatar, which takes place on the alien world of Pandora.

Located in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, guests are invited to roam the stimulating world of Pandora, where Sci-Fis fantasies become reality. Guests can experience everything from virtual reality rides to making their very own Avatar at this new hot spot.

Disney’s Imagineer Designers chose to create the valley of Mo’ara, the main setting of the film, where animated strips of jungles, flowing streams, and  caves all come together.

Below you will discover all the main attractions you can find in the new World of Avatar:

Na’vi River Journey

This exciting ride lets you journey into deep forests in search of the Na’vi Shaman of Songs. This attraction is family-friendly and suitable for children of all ages. This ride offers FastPass accessibility, so you no longer have to wait in line!

Avatar Flight of Passage

This thrilling tour will have you talking for days! The World of Avatar now offers the opportunity to fly on the back of a mountain banshee in hopes of catching some cool sights. You may be interested in checking this one out if you’re a huge fan of sunsets, or simply like nature.

Flight of Passage actually imitates a scene from the film. The main character, Jake Sully, flies on a rather interesting creature known as an Ikran, or banshee. Jake builds a strong connection with this creature, and finally gets to see “big picture” while flying over the skies of Pandora. Now, you will too!

This ride is appropriate for all ages, and may be particularly relevant for kids, and teens.

Valley of Mo’ara

You won’t regret walking through the valley of Mo’ara. Be prepared to catch exotic plants coming to life, find cultural items throughout the land, and go on fascinating expeditions!

At the valley, you will also spot large floating mountains, where you can capture the beauty of Avatar’s creatures and wildlife. You may even be lucky enough to come across tour guides like Alpha Centauri Expeditions (ACE) and experts from the Pandora Conservation Initiative.

So what are you waiting for? Start the year off right, and book your transportation to this magical experience now!

 

top 5 spots to spend new year's eve in orlando

Top 5 Spots to Spend New Year’s Eve in Orlando

Orlando was recently recognized in a WalletHub article as the 2nd best place for New Year’s Celebrations. While it’s pretty obvious what was #1—hint hint it involves Timesquare—it is still quite an achievement. The criteria for these cities is based upon a total score that combines rankings for entertainment and food, costs, as well as safety and accessibility. Orlando would up beating out Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Chicago, Miami, D.C., and Las Vegas as a premier destination to ring in 2018.

So if you’re looking to kick off next year in this amazing city, here are a few options for you to check out.

Walt Disney World

Of course, this is the big ticket and most looked to location. This is the place to be for the grandest possible time to have with your family.

Disney has much to offer in each of the major parks. Magic Kingdom has an incredible “Fantasy in the Sky” firework spectacular at 11:50 p.m. Go the night before for a special preview, or go on New Year’s Eve and receive party hats and noisemakers to make the party even better. Epcot’s World Showcase is also most certainly a can’t-miss occasion, there’s also two showings of the firework show IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth,” at 6 and 11:40 PM respectively.

For those who love the force Hollywood Studios has a special presentation of “Star Wars: A Galactic  Spectacular” with a party that will run until 1 AM.

Universal Studios

Not to be outdone, Universal Studios is another ideal location to ring in a new set of 365 days. The Music Plaza Courtyard features live music as well as various popular characters. Also the celebration is included with general admission to Universal Studios. Citywalk has the Rock ‘Til The Drop New Year’s Eve Party at the Hard Rock Cafe and Live Orlando.

International Drive

You have many options alongside the main street of Orlando. You may want to check out Pointe Orlando which has several celebration areas for the new year. Blue Martini, Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar, Funky Monkey Bistro & Bar, and Tapa Toro each have a special event of their own featuring live music and dancing.

Further Downtown

If you’re venturing deep into the city, you want to check out the bars on Church Street where there will be a major New Year’s Party with music, lights, and festivities at Chillers, Cahoots, and Latitudes. There’s a “Big Orange” that will drop once the clock hits midnight. Another cool place to check out is the Wall St. Plaza with a huge dance party of its own.

Hotel Parties

Some of the nicest hotels certainly have something going on as well. The Alfond Inn has their New Year’s Eve Gala with a premium open bar and Champagne Toast as well as a live performance by The Buzzcatz. The part will later extend to the New England Ballroom for an after-hours event. The Ritz Carlton has a party of their own with cocktails, hors-d’oeuvres and live entertainment as well as an after party. You may also try the Waldorf Astoria’s New Year’s Party with a special private fireworks display and dance party.

There are other places to check out, Orlando is vast and festive all around. With special events and nightlife venues, the city knows just how to make itself even more unforgettable. If you’re looking to celebrate in style, Limo Car Orlando has everything you need to get you to and from wherever you want to go. Especially with the crowds and confusion on the streets of Orlando, we can help you get around that to ensure you enjoy the night the most. Contact us today to discuss your plans for New Years.

5 Fall Events in Orlando

5 Fall Events in Orlando

The fall season has officially arrived in the magical city of Orlando. As temperature cools and the large crowds from the summer begin to fade away, there is no better time to visit the city. Check out the top 5 fall events in Orlando this year:

Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

For all the foodies out there, this event is not to be missed. The Epcot Food and Wine festival features some of the best food and drinks from around the world. From France to India, there is something for every taste and preference.

This year, there will be new chefs revealing their top cooking secrets. There will also be culinary demonstrations, musical performances, and meet and greets with your favorite chefs. The Epcot Food and Wine Festival will run until November 13th.

Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

As Halloween approaches, it is important to plan out an exciting yet safe experience for the kids. Check out Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party where kids will get the chance to go trick-or-treating around Disney’s Magic Kingdom on select days.

The little ones will be trick-or-treating in an underwater “fantasia” filled with sea witches, octopuses, and fish. This event is great for children of all ages and kids under 14 can wear their Halloween costume to the event.

Halloween Horror Nights

If you are ready to face your biggest fears in the country’s most renowned Halloween event, do not miss the 27th year anniversary of Halloween Horror Nights on select nights at Universal Studios Orlando. This year there will be new scare zones and haunted houses that will send chills down your spine.

The most anticipated haunted houses this year include The Shining, Saw, and American Horror Story. There are also live shows throughout the night including Academy of Villains: Afterlife and Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure. Your night will not be complete until you hop aboard the parks’ most exhilarating rides. This Halloween, check out the Revenge of the Mummy, Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, and Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts.

Brick or Treat

Legoland brings you Brick or Treat on select days throughout the month of October. This event is fun for kids of all ages. Activities for the little ones include trick-or-treating and Lego building. Kids will also get to experience exclusive meet and greets with LEGO Vampyre, Mummy and other spooky characters. Stay for the evening to witness themed fireworks before the park closes.

Wild Art & Wine Spooky Edition

For those adults, 21 and older, check out Central Florida Zoo’s Wild Art & Wine Spooky Edition, Wednesday October 25th. At this event, enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres while painting animal portraits.

Art instructors will help you create your masterpiece after meeting with live animals up close. You may dress up for this event and you do not need to worry about bringing your own art supplies as they will be provided for you. Tickets to the event can be found here.

At LimoCar Orlando we want to help you and your family ride in style to your favorite fall events in the city. If you are visiting from out of town, our friendly, professional chauffeurs can pick you up from the airport. When you need a limo rental for Disney, contact us.

Orlando Halloween Guide

Orlando Halloween Celebration Guide

For the residents of Orlando, Halloween is basically Christmas. We do not experience the Winter Wonderland that our friends to the north get to enjoy. So we go all out in the Fall, and have a spook-tacular time. Read on for our guide to Halloween in Orlando.

Halloween Horror Nights

If this were a rock show, Halloween Horror Nights would be the headliner. It is not just one of the best events in Orlando, this is one of the scariest, most exciting, and most buzzworthy events in the entire country. Head on down to Universal Studios between September 15th and November 4th for one of the creepiest times you will ever have.

Not only is this horrifying, this is recognizable horror. All of your favorite films come to life, and all of the bad guys are headed straight at you. Among this year’s villains are Jigsaw from the Saw franchise, the horrors of the Overlook Hotel from The Shining, and some of the worst purveyors of evil from American Horror Story. Some of the antagonists from Evil Dead, the Purge, and Insidious will also be on hand to scare you out of your wits.

Universal Studios has been known to go all out for these few weeks. There are live actors wandering around the park in terrifying makeup, and there is no shortage of scares. Diagon Alley will remain open throughout this event.

You may have already guessed this, but this is not for the little ones. Children under the age of 13 are strongly advised to stay away from the Halloween Horror Nights. Tickets will run you $59.99 for a single night, and there are packages as well. No masks or costumes are allowed.

Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

This one is a little bit more family friendly. There are events which celebrate the villains of Disney, and shows which explore magic and dark acts. A parade rolls through the grounds, including stars of the Haunted Mansion.

You can come dressed to this event, and trick or treat around the park. The night ends with a spectacular fireworks show. This is only happening on a few select nights, and tickets will cost $74 dollars each.

A Petrified Forest

If you are only seeing one haunted house this year, this one is the way to go. There are two trail rides this year, and they are bigger and better than ever. This has consistently been rated as one of the scariest and best Halloween events in Central Florida. You cannot miss this one.

This one has been rated PG-13. While children under the age of 12 can visit, they will need an adult with them. Opening night is October 6th, and it runs for a few weeks.  You can check out their site for more information. Going toe to toe with maniacs, zombies, and ghouls of all sorts can be daunting, so only the very brave should attend this one.

Trick or Treating

There are many areas of the city to go trick or treating. Our personal favorite is Baldwin Park. When you are looking for good old-fashioned trick or treating, that is the place to go. Hundreds of parents and kids will be swarming the area. It will be safe, and very family friendly.

Halloween Bar Crawl

Get ready to party and join the 3rd Annual Halloween Bar Crawl around Downtown Orlando. Purchase a $24 ticket and gain free cover at every venue, exclusive drink specials and a Halloween t-shirt. Do not forget your costume, as there will be a contest with prizes. The event date is Friday, October 20.

If you have any questions about Halloween events in Orlando, contact us. We have our roots in the Orlando area, and will gladly help you with your transportation needs. Call us today.  Limo Car Orlando can help you ride in style. A ride in a limo can make your Halloween night truly special.  

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on Traveling to Orlando

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on Traveling to Orlando

Orlando is one of the best places to visit as it offers so many things to do for all types of travelers. It is home to different theme parks for the whole family to enjoy. It has got so many beaches for that needed break under the sun. Its vibrant night life and myriad of outlet stores will appeal to just about anyone.

Are you ready to make the most of your Orlando trip? Here is the ultimate cheat sheet for traveling to Orlando!

Theme Parks

The great thing about Orlando is that most of its theme parks are relatively near each other. Walt Disney World Resort is a short drive from Downtown Orlando, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld Orlando. You can stay in one place for one day and drive to the next on another.

Here are some tips if theme parks are your main goal when you visit Orlando.

If you want to save money, plan your visit ahead of time. There are times when theme park tickets are sold at a discount online. On regular days, you can still get cheaper tickets online rather than buying them in person when you reach the site. Buying tickets online will also save you the time of having to wait in the queue, which is yet another advantage if you purchase them ahead of time.

Planning ahead has its benefits. Apart from getting good deals, you can also get reservations to dine with some of the theme park’s amazing characters. You may need to book months in advance if you want to have the opportunity to do so.

Water Fun

Orlando is known for its beautiful beaches and great water parks. This ultimate cheat sheet for traveling to Orlando has great suggestions for places you can check out if spending time in the water is your number one priority.

If beaches are your thing, the nearest ones to Orlando would be around an hour and a half drive away. You can head out to Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach, or Canaveral National Seashore. Farther out to the west are St. Pete Beach, Tarpon Springs, and Clearwater Beach.

If you want to head out to water parks, Orlando is the place to be. You have Aquatica, Disney’s Blizzard Beach, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, and SeaWorld’s Waterpark. To get the best value for your money, book your tickets online and ahead of time.

Other Things to Take Note Of

 

An Orlando visit will not be complete without a trip to the Kennedy Space Center. It is an hour’s drive away from the city. For comfortable and stylish transportation for you and your family or friends, book with LimoCarOrlando.com! We have a wide selection of quality limousines driven by reliable chauffeurs all for a great price. Achieve that perfect Orlando visit when you ride with us.

If you are traveling with many companions, you can save by booking home rentals. They are much cheaper compared to hotel suites, plus you get to enjoy the amenities of home.

There are several dinner shows and restaurants to choose from. Comedy Clubs come a-plenty in the city, and themed dinners like the Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows and Medieval Times are patronized by many. There is also a one-mile stretch of restaurants near International Drive that both locals and tourists visit.

Orlando is also known for its outlet stores so if shopping is your pastime, you are in the right place. Check out Premium Outlets Orlando near International Drive, which has more than 300 stores.

For Comfortable and Convenient Travel, Book a Limo!

When traveling to Orlando, you would need at least couple of days or even multiple visits to fully enjoy what the city has to offer. Hop from one place to another without the hassle by booking a limo at LimoCarOrlando.com!

Our excellent services are your perfect companion as you make the most of your Orlando trip. Call us now at 1 (888) 899-5466 and let’s talk about how we can suit your needs and your budget as you head on out to our city.

10 Things to Do in Orlando

Orlando is a city filled with adventure and magic everywhere you turn. Thousands of tourists flock to the city year-round to enjoy all this city has to offer. From the world-famous theme parks to live entertainment and nightlife, this city has something for everyone. When traveling to Orlando make sure to check out the following:

Theme Parks

Orlando is the theme park capital of the world. When traveling to the city visiting a few parks is a must. Take your kids to see the Cinderella Castle or meet Mickey at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. If you want to be transported to a totally different world, check out Pandora from the 2009 film “Avatar” at Animal Kingdom and explore the alien world in the newest ride “Avatar Flight of Passage”. You can also visit Universal Orlando Resort for Island’s of Adventure or Universal Studios. To make your trip to the parks extra memorable, continue the fun by staying at the hotels inside the theme park resorts. There are plenty to choose from.

Water Parks

Cool off at one of Orlando’s many water parks, especially if you are visiting in the summer. Universal’s Volcano Bay is the newest park that just opened this year. Take a ride down the Krakatau Aqua Coaster or relax and enjoy the scenery at Waturi Beach. If you are ready to catch some waves you can hit the Surf Pool at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. While you are there, make sure to check out Shark Reef for a chance to swim with real life sharks!

 Discovery Cove

Spend the day at the fun-filled Discovery Cove. This all-inclusive resort will give you the opportunity to swim with bottlenose dolphins and snorkel with rays and tropical fish. You can also feed parrots and exotic birds. If you want to relax after lunch, head to the lazy river and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Indoor Skydiving

Not ready to jump out of an airplane yet? Not a problem. You can experience the rush of free falling at iFly’s. Skydiving is recreated by using a vertical wind tunnel with fans that allow you to lift up in the air. After a quick pre-flight tutorial, visitors receive helmets, flight suits, and goggles. Guests then meet with the instructor, enter the flight chamber and get ready to fly. This is sure to be an adrenaline-filled experience for you and your whole family.

Exotic Animal Experience

This is one of the most interactive animal encounters in the city. Your family will be thrilled to have a unique one-of-a-kind experience with kangaroos, lemurs, and zebras. Guests can choose to participate in private or group visits with experienced guides.

Gatorland

If this is your first time in the state, you have to visit Florida’s most infamous reptiles. Gatorland gives you the chance to see alligators and crocodiles up close and personal. They also have petting zoos and live animal shows throughout the day. While you are there, don’t forget to soar through the air above the reptiles in the Gator Zip Line.

Nightlife

When the sun goes down and you are ready to go bar-hopping or dancing around town, check out Downtown Orlando. There is an abundance of bars, nightclubs and live entertainment in this area. Wind down at one of the wineries or visit local comedy clubs. Stay safe and don’t forget to catch a car ride from Limo Car Orlando after the party.

Shopping

Orlando is shopper’s paradise. At the Mall at Millenia or The Florida Mall you can find high-end department stores. If you don’t want to break the bank, you can also shop at Orlando’s outlet malls located throughout the city. Visit Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets or Lake Buena Vista Outlets for the best deals.

Golf

Orlando has hosted world-renowned tournaments and is home to some of the most famous pro golfers. When you need to unwind with a game of golf, hit the green in one of Orlando’s golf courses. There are over 170 courses to choose from.

Dining

Orlando has no shortage of dining options. There are hundredths of restaurants to choose from that will satisfy any taste. Enjoy sushi at a Japanese restaurant or savor a strip steak at a local steakhouse. Theme park dining is also popular in the city along with dinner shows.

 

Create lasting memories and travel around the city in style with Limo Car Orlando. We have friendly, local staff waiting for your call. Contact us today for your Orlando transportation needs.

Orlando Business Conventions Do's and Don'ts

Orlando Business Convention Dos and Don’ts

Everybody knows Orlando because of the theme parks, and Orlando has more than earned the reputation as a city of tourists. Most people do not know that Orlando is a thriving business capital. Orlando’s technology companies are worth $13.4 billion in revenue. The Central Florida Research Park, which is one of the largest research parks in the country, is in the area. Many big business conventions roll through our city, so we prepared a guide to help out business travelers.

Do:

Catch a game. Orlando has 6 professional sports teams. The two most prominent among them are the Orlando Magic of the NBA, and Orlando City SC, of the MLS. The University of Central Florida is also located in Orlando, so watching one of their games is easy. Quite a few games are played at night, so you can unwind after doing business all day, or do some networking.

Take in some live music. Orlando has been the birthplace of many famous musical acts. The Backstreet Boys, Matchbox 20, and Trivium all started here, so there is a band suited to every taste. Bars and pubs populate the city all up and down. After a hard day of conferencing, it is import to relax a little bit.

Ride in style. All of the theme parks have their own transportation, but that is mostly for getting to an from the parks. The area has public transport, but that has often been described as a ‘cultural experience’. Cruising around in a limo shows that you are there for work, but can do it in style.

Hit the links. Florida is a golfer’s paradise, and central Florida must feel like heaven to people who love to golf. The area has tons of golf courses. If you have a free day, you can grab some of your new friends and play 18. The greenery and fauna provide a stunning backdrop so you can hack away with partners.

Don’t:

Try to do too much. Many visitors of the city underestimate the distances between Orlando and some of the surrounding attractions. It takes almost four hours to drive to Miami, and driving there and back takes up a vast majority of your day. Making it down to the Everglades will take a little longer. Cape Canaveral is only an hour away, so if you are dying to see the Space Center, you can probably see it. There is a lot to see and do in Orlando, though, so don’t go too hard.

Underestimate the weather. 96 degrees in Michigan is not 96 degrees in Orlando. Florida is an incredibly humid place, and the sun is almost always shining. This means that you should drink lots of water, wear shorts, and apply sunscreen.

Trust scalpers or people with ‘discount’ tickets. We understand the allure of the theme parks. If you have a day off, it is almost imperative that you visit one. There are tons of dishonest people around who sell fake tickets for low prices. This is just a scam. You can usually find solid deals on the websites or through trusted sources.

Get on I-4. This interstate is an absolute nightmare most of the time, and it is nothing short of hellacious during rush hour. The construction they are doing is not helping the nightmare. If you can avoid I-4, you should.

At Limo Car Orlando, we offer limo rides with professional, courteous, and local chauffeurs. Call us today.

4 Tips for Surviving in the Summer

4 Tips for Surviving the Orlando Summer

Over the summer, the whole world flocks to Orlando. In 2016 alone, 68 million people visited our city. Everyone who lives down here knows that the summers are hot and muggy, and the throngs of people warm the place up even further. As residents of the city, we know a few tips on how to beat the heat.

1.       Wear Brightly Colored Clothing

People from further north love to come down to our city. We lovingly call them snow birds. Not many of them understand what the weather is like down here, so they are not prepared. We recommend wearing light, bright clothing while you are visiting the city. Light clothing is better in the heat. It insulates your body less, and is far more breathable than heavier clothing.

You need bright clothing as well because there are very many people in Orlando over the summer, and it is easy to get lost in a crowd. A neon shirt will make members of your family stand out in a group, so you can spot them easily. An average of 11 kids get lost every day in Disney theme parks. They are lost for an average of 30 minutes. This is not so serious, but temporarily losing someone can be a dark spot on your day.

2.       Drink Plenty of Water

People often underestimate how much water they lose while out in the sun. As you are out and about, you are exerting yourself. You need to ensure that you are hydrating yourself, so that you do not run into heat and sun related illnesses.

In normal conditions, it is a good idea to drink 8 eight-ounce glasses of water per day. When the weather is hot and you are moving around a lot, this number goes up. Little kids love the wonder and excitement of Orlando, and rush around without care for themselves. It is especially important for the little ones to stay hydrated as they have the time of their lives.

3.       Bring a Backpack

We understand that you do not want to look like a tourist, but do not worry; this is Orlando. Almost everyone is a tourist. Throwing a few water bottles in your backpack can save you a considerable amount of cash. A backpack also gives you space to store snacks, like granola bars, so you can sate your hunger pangs while you are out at the parks.

Those are not the only items to carry around. Sunscreen is vital in Orlando. Making sure you have enough will help you fight against sunburns. A towel also comes in handy. At many parks, you will get wet, and you do not want to spend the whole day like that.

4.       Stay in Contact

A fully charged phone is a wonderful thing. If you are in a group, you may split up. Letting people know where you are and where you will be going helps make sure no one will be lost. If you are not in a group, a charged phone at the end of the day will help you get around and make the calls you need. Constant communication is the way to go, and helps in planning.

At Limo Car Orlando, we believe in helping our community. If you would like to rent a limousine bus, a hummer limo, or want chauffeur service, do not hesitate to contact us today. Our trained, professional, and local drivers can make your trip magical.