You Can Fly Round-Trip Vancouver To Orlando For $287 CAD (Tax Incl)

Travel & Outdoors
Orlando / Disney World

Have you been dreaming of visiting Walt Disney World Resort and the sun-drenched sandy beaches of beautiful Orlando, Florida? Look no further!

American Airlines is offering a fantastic round-trip fare from Vancouver to Orlando for only $287.51 CAD including tax. Furthermore, this great deal including only one stopover in Phoenix in either direction, so the travel is nearly hassle free.

The dates are from Sunday, January 21st to Saturday, February 3rd; however, space at these low fares is subject to availability. With this in mind, if you are considering buying tickets, it is also advised to do so as soon as possible.


Photo: American Airlines

You can purchase your tickets here.

Enjoy Sunny Orlando

Florida is a fantastic destination for many reasons. It is a hot, beautiful escape from the wet Vancouver weather, but it is also home to more attractions than virtually anywhere in the USA. Walt Disney World is the primary attraction, of course, and it is the size of a city itself. At 40 square miles, the park is huge. As a result, it is impossible to see in a day or even two.

In addition to Walt Disney World, there are endless other amusement parks and attractions to see in this sunny city. Some of these include Universal Island Resort, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld Orlando and many more.

Travel tip: If you plan on visiting Walt Disney World: start well in advance! Staying on the grounds may cost more but it is well worthwhile. The resort is the size of a city itself, and if you don’t stay on the grounds you will spend a frustrating amount of time traveling.

It is recommended to spend a few days on the parks alone; some people spend up to a week! New exhibits like the Wizarding World of Harry Potter are sure to provide ample entertainment and you won’t want to rush through them.

If you are looking for some other places to travel to on a budget, check out our list of places to travel if you’re broke from living in Vancouver.

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