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  • Orlando: Bioluminescence Kayak Tour

    1. Orlando: Bioluminescence Kayak Tour

    The source of our “living lights”—bioluminescence—is dinoflagellates,  single-celled organisms common in marine environments. Each bioluminescent dinoflagellate flashes only a fraction of a second when disturbed by water movement, but its high concentrations in the warm Indian River water create beautiful bluish-white trails of light caused by swimming fish and paddling kayakers. A swimming manatee may be completely concealed in a spectacular, other-worldly cloud of “living light!” Upon arriving at the park, check in with the trip leaders which includes signing a mandatory release of liability and assumption of risk form. You will be outfitted with a life jacket, kayak, and paddle. After some brief instruction, we will paddle as a group in search of the “living lights.” Most tours last a couple of hours, however, if the bioluminescence is super bright and dolphins or manatee show up on t...

  • Kennedy Space Center: Space Pass Entrance Ticket

    2. Kennedy Space Center: Space Pass Entrance Ticket

    Learn more about space travel with an entrance ticket to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and get up close to the Atlantis spacecraft. Feel like an astronaut as you play with touch-screen exhibits and high-tech simulators that bring the 30-year space shuttle program to life. Practice docking to the space station, create sonic booms and glide to a landing on the re-entry slide. Experience the sensation of floating in space, get an x-ray view of the interior of Atlantis, see an orbital sunrise and much more. Learn more at the IMAX cinema or ride the Shuttle Launch Experience before lunch. Then, sit down to a buffet meal and watch a presentation by a live astronaut. Climb aboard the Discover KSC Bus for a fully guided 2-hour tour and get close to the former shuttle launch pads. Visit areas not seen on regular bus tours, and end at the Saturn V Center, where you can walk under the...

    Absolutely loved it! The Kennedy Space Center is an amazing place, definitely worth every penny! And their staff is very welcoming. The lunch with an Astronaut is a fun experience to do at least once! And the tour is a must as well. You want to arrive when the center opens because you'll need all day to see everything :)

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 48 reviews

This Space Pass would have been beyond EXCELLENT if we had purchased it onsite or directly from Kennedy Space Center. We were unable to use the voucher to gain admittance so were sent to Guest Services where we waited in line for nearly 30 minutes. Once we got to the front of the line they did not have our reservation on file because no one from the local GET YOUR GUIDE source had signed us up. The onsite staff were excellent and eventually got us the Lunch Booked as well as the extended bus tour but we were unable to view many of the onsite attractions because of the time wasted trying to get in. We booked using the GET YOUR GUIDE service because it was supposed to get us to the front of the line..... that was not true.

We thoroughly enjoyed our journey to Kennedy Space Center. The only hitch was a 10 minute wait to get into the center because they did not have an the right voucher number. The ticket agent had to call the tour agency. After that it was amazing, educational, historic, fun & exciting! We would highly recommend getyourguide

Absolutely loved it! The Kennedy Space Center is an amazing place, definitely worth every penny! And their staff is very welcoming. The lunch with an Astronaut is a fun experience to do at least once! And the tour is a must as well. You want to arrive when the center opens because you'll need all day to see everything :)

Hello! It was really all very good. The only sticking point - our reserved tickets were not registered and you first had to research for 20 minutes whether you could give us the tickets, including lunch and the bus ride.

An absolutely wonderful day out from start to finish......lunch with an astronaut was fabulous great food and great conversation....we worth the money would definately go again