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Scenes from Orlando Tourism: Welcoming Visitors Post-Irma

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Sep 30, 2017


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RLANDO, Fla., Sept. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — As the most-visited travel destination in the United States, the Orlando tourism community was quickly up and running post-Hurricane Irma, hosting eager visitors from around the world. Due to a strong tourism infrastructure that hosts an average of 500,000 visitors a day, the region maintains a high level of preparedness for storms and historically resumes operations soon after.

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Even Hurricane Irma can’t keep Orlando down! Check out how Orlando is welcoming visitors only days later.
Even Hurricane Irma can’t keep Orlando down! Check out how Orlando is welcoming visitors only days later.
The Sussman family from Weston, Florida snaps a fun selfie in front of the iconic Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World Resort, just days after the storm.
The Sussman family from Weston, Florida snaps a fun selfie in front of the iconic Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World Resort, just days after the storm.
To commemorate the start of their day at Universal Orlando Resort, Olga Rodiguez and Ambar and Michell Cuichan from Guayaquil, Ecuador pose for a selfie.
To commemorate the start of their day at Universal Orlando Resort, Olga Rodiguez and Ambar and Michell Cuichan from Guayaquil, Ecuador pose for a selfie.
Young visitors Valentina Serrano and Mateo Serrano get up-close to bottlenose dolphins at SeaWorld Orlando’s Dolphin Nursery. Photo Courtesy of: SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
Young visitors Valentina Serrano and Mateo Serrano get up-close to bottlenose dolphins at SeaWorld Orlando’s Dolphin Nursery. Photo Courtesy of: SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
The Hilda and Daly families from Dublin, Ireland take in an afternoon swim at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando’s pool.
The Hilda and Daly families from Dublin, Ireland take in an afternoon swim at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando’s pool.
Visitors Luke Spinelli and Bret Boeddinhaus enjoy a ride on White Lightning at Fun Spot Orlando.
Visitors Luke Spinelli and Bret Boeddinhaus enjoy a ride on White Lightning at Fun Spot Orlando.

Even Hurricane Irma can’t keep Orlando down! Check out how Orlando is welcoming visitors only days later.The Sussman family from Weston, Florida snaps a fun selfie in front of the iconic Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World Resort, just days after the storm.To commemorate the start of their day at Universal Orlando Resort, Olga Rodiguez and Ambar and Michell Cuichan from Guayaquil, Ecuador pose for a selfie.Young visitors Valentina Serrano and Mateo Serrano get up-close to bottlenose dolphins at SeaWorld Orlando’s Dolphin Nursery. Photo Courtesy of: SeaWorld Parks & EntertainmentThe Hilda and Daly families from Dublin, Ireland take in an afternoon swim at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando’s pool.Visitors Luke Spinelli and Bret Boeddinhaus enjoy a ride on White Lightning at Fun Spot Orlando.
Immediately after the storm, the hospitality industry began quickly clearing debris and returning the destination to normal business operations. Within a matter of days, all of the major theme parks were operational, as were both airports and Orlando’s wide range of attractions, hotels and restaurants.

The below gallery includes current video and photos of actual guests throughout the destination over the last few days for a real-time look at the area.

Visitors can find updated information and more real-time photos of the destination through the official visitor information organization and tourism association, Visit Orlando. This includes updates on social media @VisitOrlando, and visitor FAQ’s on the special webpage, VisitOrlando.com/Open.

FOR interviews, updates, video, additional photos:
Denise Spiegel, Visit Orlando
media@visitorlando.com
407-354-5560

The Orlando Destination
Home to seven of the world’s top theme parks, Orlando is the No. 1 family vacation destination, Theme Park Capital of the World®, and most visited destination in the United States. An unparalleled mix of unique experiences create cherished memories for visitors, including legendary theme parks from Disney, Universal and SeaWorld, an array of world-class water parks, entertainment venues, an award-winning food scene, shopping, sports and nightlife. And, with 450 hotels, Orlando offers more varieties of lodging options than nearly any other destination in the world, from expansive resorts to uniquely themed hotels.

About Visit Orlando
Visit Orlando is the official tourism association for the most visited destination in the United States and serves as the official visitor information and travel planning resource.

SOURCE Visit Orlando

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