How To Plan A Magical Disney Vacation
by : Venita
Visiting magical Disney vacation World can be a fun, breath-taking trip whether you are a young couple, a family, a retired couple, or a young adult. However, there is so much to do and see. It can seem stressful. Here are some useful tips to planning your Disney magical Disney vacation that will help to make this vacation the best one you have ever taken.
Plan Your Vacation Ahead of Time
You will want to start planning for your magical Disney vacation as far in advance as you are able to. Going to the Disney website (Disney.com) can help you figure out prices on Disney passes, resort fares and other information that will help you work out a budget and save for your trip. The Disney site will also provide you with transportation options and you can even get park maps and view upcoming events.
When Should You Go?
If you can, it is best to go to magical Disney vacation World during the late autumn or winter months. Summer can be extremely hot and humid in Florida which can wear you out fast and leave you with less energy to see and do all the things you would like. The summer months when the kids are out of school also means large crowds in lines for attractions and other venues.
How Will You Arrive There?
How do you plan on arriving at Disney World? If you are driving make sure that you have enough magical Disney vacation time to get to Florida, do everything you want to do, and get back without shortchanging yourself. The whole point of your magical Disney vacation is to relax and you can’t do that if you are always running around. If you decide to take a plane, make sure you have booked Orlando transportation when you arrive to drive you to your resort.
Where Will You Stay and For How Long?
Decide if you will be staying on site or off when you visit magical Disney vacation World. The Park itself hosts somewhere in the vicinity of twenty five hotels ranging from budget to world class. While staying on site at Disney is a bit more expensive than staying in or near Orlando it does have some advantages.
A majority of the on site motels offer some sort of free or inexpensive transportation to the 4 primary amusement parks. This can save you from renting a car and paying for parking. You also can get your passport tickets at the desk in the hotel instead of than waiting in line at the gate. As an added plus many of the hotels themselves have a specific theme which will allow you to experience even more of the special magical Disney vacation atmosphere while hanging out by the pool or enjoying a quiet dinner.
If you are staying for 5 days or longer than the 5 day hopper pass will save you money. This pass lets you visit all four of the magical Disney vacation major parks plus your choice of one of the minor attractions also.
Plan an Itinerary
Plan a schedule for each day. Simple is better; don’t attempt to schedle an event for every hour. Simply include a few must see attractions and events, an afternoon break to rest and recooperate and then allow the rest of the time for anything that strikes your fancy.
With a little simple planning, you can have a good, even great, magical Disney vacation.