Non-stop flights from Atlanta to Orlando for only $75 roundtrip with JetBlue!
Florida is home to beautiful sugar-sand beaches, theme parks, extremely diverse wildlife, and lots of adventurous activities. Enjoy sunny weather, welcoming warm sea and vibrant nightlife in the Sunshine State!
Everglades National Park
The wetland that covers the south of Florida is full of unique, diverse wildlife. Shallow, slow-moving water is a breeding ground for interesting creatures. You will have a chance to meet the alligators and snakes. See these scary creatures up close at the Everglades Safari Park by gliding along the mangrove tunnels and wide-open grasslands on a thrilling airboat in the wild.
Explore the 10,000 islands in search of dolphins. You can also go on exciting boat trip with master naturalist into a remote manatee hideout to see these peaceful "sea cows".
To find out more, go to Destination Fly4free: Florida >> and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
August – November 2019
Sample dates for JetBlue:
Aug 20-24, 21-27, Aug 31 – Sep 4, Aug 31 – Sep 7, Sep 4-10, 12-17, Sep 25 – Oct 1, Oct 1-8, 23-39, Nov 6-11, 13-19
Atlanta – Orlando – Atlanta
Orlando – Atlanta – Orlando
How to book:
CLICK HERE >> or just follow one of the links below and adjust travel dates.
One cabin bag per passenger.
Atlanta – Orlando – Atlanta >>
Orlando – Atlanta – Orlando >>
In Orlando you can consider staying at Monumental Hotel Orlando, with a good price and very good reviews!
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