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VacationIdea.com includes local spots in roundup

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Photo courtesy of Paddleboard Orlando
Photo courtesy of Paddleboard Orlando

The travel magazine Vacation Idea (Website) just released it’s 17 Best Things to Do in Orlando list, and it has a surprising number of local businesses included.

Besides the requisite theme park nods (Discover Cove, Magic Kingdom, Universal, Legoland, etc.), the list also calls attention to names like 4 Rivers Smokehouse (Website), Wall Street Plaza (Website), and Ethos Vegan Kitchen (Website).

They also happened to mention, seemingly out of left field (but no less deserving) Paddleboard Orlando (Website). The Stand Up Paddleboarding business leads adventure tours on some of Central Florida’s most beautiful lakes and rivers, from Wekiva Island to Lake Ivanhoe and calls attention to the growing eco-tourism industry in our region.

 

 

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Photo courtesy of Paddleboard Orlando
Photo courtesy of Paddleboard Orlando

The travel magazine Vacation Idea (Website) just released it’s 17 Best Things to Do in Orlando list, and it has a surprising number of local businesses included.

Besides the requisite theme park nods (Discover Cove, Magic Kingdom, Universal, Legoland, etc.), the list also calls attention to names like 4 Rivers Smokehouse (Website), Wall Street Plaza (Website), and Ethos Vegan Kitchen (Website).

They also happened to mention, seemingly out of left field (but no less deserving) Paddleboard Orlando (Website). The Stand Up Paddleboarding business leads adventure tours on some of Central Florida’s most beautiful lakes and rivers, from Wekiva Island to Lake Ivanhoe and calls attention to the growing eco-tourism industry in our region.