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5 tips to stay cool in Orlando while exploring the theme parks

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As summer comes, it’s time to start planning your thrilling vacation to Orlando’s biggest theme parks, and it’s essential to know how to stay cool in Orlando. After a hot day in the parks, what good is a Florida vacation if you can’t cool off in a refreshing pool? If you rent a Casiola vacation rental with a pool, you will have your own pool to relax in. When visiting Walt Disney World®, Universal Orlando™, or SeaWorld®, There are a few things you can do to stay cool in Orlando.

Summer technically begins in the middle of June, but you can feel the approaching heat as early as late April and is meant to stop in the middle of September, but the heat of Florida feels like it peaks in September, with temperatures feeling much better towards the end of October. Here are five tips for surviving the Florida heat at theme parks.

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1. Use a cooling towel

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The summers in Florida are hot! With temperatures reaching 95 degrees and higher, staying cool is top of mind for everyone. Having a few cooling towels on hand to drape around your necks will keep you and your family cool in the heat. Re-wet the towel and wring it out after it stops cooling. It’s cool once more! Of course, a few minutes spent at an attraction is always a good way to stay cool.

2. Bring portable fans

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When traveling anyplace outside in the summer, these devices are a must-have. Portable fans that connect to your phone, as well as those that attach to strollers for kids or spray mist, are available, but the best choice is a fan with three speeds that can also charge your phone. Choose a model with a long-lasting battery, as this makes a huge difference while you’re out for several hours.

3. Stay hydrated

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Remember to drink lots of cold water to avoid dehydration. It’s a simple task that may make a big impact when it comes to cooling down. Guests are allowed to bring along insulated bottles, cups, and mugs into the theme parks as long as they are not glass containers and do not contain alcohol. There are various water refill stations located around the parks where you may get a free cup of cold water from fast service restaurants simply by asking for one when ordering. This is an excellent way to keep your bottles full of cool water during your magical day! To hydrate and keep your internal body temperature down, consider eating cold watermelon or cucumbers as an enjoyable alternative.

4. Plan water attraction for the hottest part of the day.

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You may bypass the queues and get straight to the water rides if you use the Disney Genie service or Universal Express pass programs. Pool time is another enjoyable activity for the entire family. Take a couple of hours in the pool in the afternoon before returning for the night concerts, when the park crowds are at their peak and the heat is practically intolerable.

5. Stay cool in your private pool

Get a tan by relaxing by the pool or diving into the cool water to beat the Florida heat. A trip is all about unwinding and making memories that will last a lifetime. Combine it with the great warmth of the Florida sun, and all you’ll need is a vacation rental with a pool to cool off after a hot day in the parks. In addition, for your convenience, we have a number of properties with pools. Simply stroll out into your backyard and you’ll find a refreshing private pool that will offer you with the pleasure and enjoyment you deserve. Book your Casiola pool vacation rental today! Your next vacation starts here!

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