Carnival announces details on the first roller coaster at sea aboard the Carnival Mardi Gras debuting in Aug. 2020.
Port Canaveral is a huge boost for Florida's tourism industry, generating nearly $4 billion and creating over 32,000 jobs.
Hilton has reportedly hired 30,000 veterans, military spouses and caregivers during the last six years, the company announced Tuesday.
The hotel is described by Universal as a "carefree escape that perfectly blends the cool, calm feeling of a beach retreat."
Enjoy the Queen of Tejano's hits while taking in views of Clear Lake and Galveston Bay.
A new cruise company is coming to the Cape, and it should have a big economic impact on Central Florida.
If you’ve been to the Orlando International Airport (OIA), you are familiar with the crowds.
Visit Orlando is about to get a ton of tax money, but does the agency need all of it?
The pink palace will be listed for only $60 a night to commemorate Barbie brand’s 60th anniversary and can only be booked once.
Florida’s embattled tourism-development arm has started a self-marketing campaign that is aimed at state lawmakers and highlights the industry’s vital economic role.
It’s like stepping in a time machine and going back to the 1990’s.
The world's largest bounce house is Guinness Certified at over 10,000 square-feet.
Lion Country Safari in South Florida just welcomed their newest resident: an endangered siamang gibbon baby!
The 'Most Magical Flight on Earth' opens Sunday at Walt Disney World.
Walt Disney World is introducing its newest way to get around the Florida resort - an aerial tram system that whisks visitors from hotels to theme parks while going 11 mph.
Vegan guests visiting Walt Disney World parks and resort hotels will soon have more food options to choose from.
Halloween has come early at Magic Kingdom with creepy costumes and trick-or-treats ready at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party.
Much like taking the family on a cruise or a trip to visit Mickey Mouse at Disney World, one California company believes that going to space will eventually become just another vacation option.
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Two men are in hot water for getting too close to the hot water at the Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The tourists have since been tracked down by park rangers and issued mandatory court appearances for “thermal trespassing” at the famous hot spring and are now due in court in two months.