Bus from Miami to Orlando picks up at hotels in different areas in Miami and arrives in Orlando at 10:30 am at it's terminal. Upon arrival tour guide in a van or minivan will take you straight to the park, give you tickets and all information about your tour.
You can choose any 3 Disney parks of followings:
Disney Epcot Center
Epcot consists of two themed areas, Future World and World Showcase. Future World features attractions that focus on energy, communication, the land and our environment, the ocean, imagination, transportation and space exploration. Centered around a beautiful reflective lagoon is Epcot's "World Showcase". Each country features entertainment, dining and shopping unique to their culture. Take advantage of the kidcot stops and think twice about some of the movies at several of the countries. All isn't lost, in Mexico and Norway there are boat rides that kids will definitely like and most everyone enjoys the 'street' performers scheduled throughout the day. There is a nighttime spectacular where thunderous fireworks and lasers fill the skies above World Showcase Lagoon. Video images are displayed across a giant sphere in the middle of the lagoon that tells the Earth's incredible tale. The sphere then blossoms like a flower, exposing a ball of fire and leads to the shows finale. Disney Magic Kingdom
The Magic Kingdom is divided into five distinct areas (lands), arranged in a spoke-like formation, all meeting at the top of Main Street USA right in front of Cinderella Castle. The five lands consist of Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square and Adventureland. Each land is themed to its appropriate title and maintaining that theme is paramount to the parks operation. The Magic Kingdom contains some real "don't miss" attractions, depending on what age bracket you fall in. Such as Splash Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, and Haunted Mansion, Space Mountain etc. Most spectacular of all Disney's parks are the parades and fireworks displayed in front of Cinderella Castle. Guests of Walt Disney Worlds Magic Kingdom are told a thrilling "story in the sky" featuring hundreds of brilliant pyrotechnic effects exploding above and around Cinderella Castle. Disney Animal Kingdom
At a cost of nearly $1 Billion to complete, Animal Kingdom was an expensive theme park. Animal Kingdom's 500 acres are home to some 1700 animals representing 250 different species throughout the park. A ride on the Kilimanjaro Safari will give you a chance to see many of them as they take you through the African Savannah. As the Parks Icon, the Tree of Life is a 145ft, 14 story artificial tree has the images of more than 300 animals hand carved into its trunk. It's important to appreciate Animal Kingdom for what it is - do that, and you'll have a very enjoyable time in this very unique park. Disney Hollywood Studios
Disney's Hollywood Studios is a mixed bag when it comes to attractions for little kids. There's the "Voyage of the Little Mermaid", "Playhouse Disney-Live On Stage", "Jim Henson's Muppet Vision 3-D" and the aforementioned "Beauty and the Beast", "Toy Story Mania" as well as the 'Honey I Shrunk the Kids" Playground. There are also a ton of character meet and greets. At the end of Sunset Boulevard "The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror" is one of the best attractions at Walt Disney World. It's 13 stories high (naturally) and has been deserted and the signs of neglect are everywhere. Once you've fastened your seatbelt, the doors close and the elevator heads up. First stop, the doors open and you see a very cool optical illusion. The doors close again and at the next stop, you move forward. Get ready, this is where the real fun begins. Now a computer is in control making each ride random and unique.