Plan Your Trip
Want help planning the perfect Orlando holiday? In addition to our main trip-planning resources and additional guides found here, our Vacation Guides can assist online or by telephone. You can also get help from Visit Orlando’s brand-new Facebook group, where you can interact with other travellers, travel agents and influencers while planning your next Orlando getaway.
Our Vacation Guides are available via phone at +1 (407) 363-5872 and Live Chat Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. ET and Saturday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. ET. They can help you stay up to date on everything about your Orlando holiday with resources you can trust, including the latest news, expert trip-planning advice, insider information and more! You can also take advantage of our full-featured mobile app, which puts all the trip-planning power of our website at your fingertips, including free resources, valuable offers and more.
When you’re ready to travel, rest assured that the safety of you and your family and friends is top of mind for our theme parks, attractions, hotels, restaurants and other businesses, which have rolled out enhanced safety procedures to help keep you safe. It goes to show that Orlando isn’t just the world’s most magical destination — we’re also one you can visit with confidence!
Travelling to Orlando Frequently Asked Questions
When can I travel to Orlando from the UK?
Travel between Orlando and the UK reopened on Nov. 8, 2021, and we cannot wait to see you!
What are the COVID-19 testing requirements for visiting the U.S. and Orlando?
Fully vaccinated foreign nationals and returning U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents will need to produce a negative viral test result with an acceptable testing method within one day of travel to the U.S. Acceptable testing methods include an antigen test or a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT).
Non-residents can obtain testing from private corporations, which may charge fees. Additional test sites include AdventHealth Centra Care centers, CVS Health, GuideWell Emergency Doctors, Orlando International Airport, University of Central Florida and Aventus Biolabs, Walgreens Pharmacy, and Walmart and Quest Diagnostics.
Additionally, all visitors to the U.S. who are 18 or older are required to be fully vaccinated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has determined that for purposes of travel to the U.S., vaccines accepted include FDA-approved and World Health Organization emergency use-listed vaccines.
What should I expect when I arrive in Orlando?
You should expect to discover that the wonder remains in Orlando! More importantly, all your favorite theme parks, attractions, resorts, restaurants and more are open and will be thrilled to see you. Get the latest information about healthy travel in Orlando.
What should I expect in the theme parks?
Theme parks are open in Orlando. It is important when planning a theme park visit to check their respective Safety & Planning pages. These information pages have the latest planning guidelines for each park, such as which require advance reservations, and which recommend early arrivals before they reach capacity.
- Walt Disney World® Resort: Reservations are required at theme parks. Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon® Water Park is closed. Experience Updates & Reservation Information
- Universal Orlando Resort: Updated Safety Guidelines
- SeaWorld® Orlando: Health & Safety Commitments
- LEGOLAND® Florida Resort: Operational Updates
What help can you provide in booking last-minute holidays?
Start with our free planning resources, which can help you plot every step of your Orlando holiday.
Do you offer Orlando holiday packages?
Visit Orlando does not offer holiday packages. However, Visit Orlando powered by BestofOrlando.com is an authorized reseller of discount theme park, attraction and experiences tickets, helping you save on everything you will want to do while you are here. We can also help you score valuable Orlando offers, including savings on accommodations and more.