Did You Know?
Attendees of the 2016 REALTORS® Conference & Expo have
so many options when it comes to exclusive Orlando-area
tours. Whether you’re interested in a swamp boat safari, or if
a shopping safari is more your style, we’ve got you covered!
Dolphin & Manatee Encounter Tour
Explore the Indian River Aquatic Preserve
and learn why this estuary system is
considered the most biologically diverse
area in the continental U.S. You’ll board
a shallow-draft pontoon boat and be
amazed as you observe playful
bottlenose dolphins and manatees.
FUN FACT: Manatees normally swim
at a rate of about three to five miles per
hour. However, they have been known
to swim at up to 20 miles per hour in
Keys to the Kingdom Tour
Unlock the door to the mysteries behind
the creation, development and daily
operation of the Magic Kingdom Park.
Explore some of those mysterious
“backstage” locations about which
you’ve always wondered and learn the
secrets of your favorite attractions.
FUN FACT: In 2015, the Magic Kingdom
hosted 20.49 million visitors, making it
the most visited theme park in the world
for the tenth consecutive year and the
most visited theme park in North America
for at least the past fifteen years.
Airboat, Alligator & Wild Safari
Glide across the water via airboat and
get an up close look at the gators, birds,
eagles, trees and plants found in the
beautiful wetlands. A delicious barbecue
FUN FACT: Though airboats are
synonymous with Florida, the first
airboat, called the Ugly Duckling, was
built in 1905 in Nova Scotia, Canada by
a team led by Alexander Graham Bell,
inventor of the telephone.
Kennedy Space Center Tour
Our tour of the Kennedy Space Center
Visitor Complex offers a fascinating,
behind-the-scenes look at the space
program. See the space shuttle and
rocket launch pads; visit the Apollo/
Saturn V Center, where you will get a
look into America’s quest for the moon
and much more!
FUN FACT: Kennedy Space Center is
located on Cape Canaveral, which has
the honor of bearing the third oldest
European place name in the U.S. The
name Canaveral means ‘reed bed’ or
Orlando City Tour
Begin your day by touring Central
Florida’s secret treasure, Leu Gardens,
where scenic walkways take you through
garden settings. Then, explore the
Orlando Museum of Art and its
exemplary collection of 19th- and
20th-Century American art.
FUN FACT: The Harry P. Leu Gardens
contain nearly 50 acres of landscaped
grounds and lakes, with meandering trails
shaded by 200-year-old oaks and forests
Winter Park Boat & Shopping Tour
The tour starts with an open-air boat ride
past luxurious homes, along three
beautiful lakes and canals. Once you
disembark, you’re free to browse Winter
Park’s exclusive boutiques and art
galleries. After lunch, you’ll visit the
famous Charles Hosmer Morse Museum
of American Art.
FUN FACT: The first president to visit
Winter Park was Chester A. Arthur, who
reported it to be “the prettiest place I
have seen in Florida.”
Book your tour today!
From the REALTORS® Conference & Expo