Ground transfers between Orlando International Airport and Port Canaveral are available for purchase. Airport transfers are available on embarkation and debarkation days only, for $39 per Guest.
Disney’s bus transfers to and from the port are convenient, but also pretty expensive, especially for a family: In Florida, Disney offers bus transfers between any of the Walt Disney World resort hotels and Port Canaveral, or between the Orlando (MCO) airport or the Hyatt MCO and Port Canaveral.
You can also take a shuttle from Orlando Airport to Port Canaveral for your Disney Cruise. One popular service is with Con Trans Shuttle Service. They have a flat-rate fee of $25 per person for a one-way trip from Orlando International Airport to Port Canaveral. You can get more details here.
The easiest address to use for the port is 9005 Charles Rowland Drive, Port Canaveral, Florida, 32920. If coming from the Orlando airport, take the North Exit from the airport, staying to the right, to State Road 528 East. You will take S.R. 528 about 45 miles directly to Port Canaveral.
Uber shows an estimated fare of between $105-135 for a one-way ride from Port Canaveral to Disney World. That’s a little lower than a shuttle and it’s a private ride that’s ready when you are.
What is the cheapest month to take a Disney cruise?
Generally speaking, the least expensive time to take a Disney cruise is in mid- to late January, early February or early May. Some weeks in March and April also have lower-than-average prices. Later in the year, September and early November and early December are good options.
UBER is available at the Port.
Is Disney transportation free?
One of the perks of staying on-site at Walt Disney World is the free ride around the resort. By gondola, car, ferry or monorail, you can hop straight from your Walt Disney World Resort hotel to the theme parks and Disney Springs!