Now that restrictions are lifting and more people are feeling comfortable taking trips, it’s time to start planning a trip to Disney World! Whether you plan on going alone, with friends, with a partner, or with your family, you’re sure to have a great time!
Visiting Disney World is a lot of fun, but if you want to make the most of your trip, you have some serious planning to do ahead of time. We’re here to help.
Keep reading for a few travel tips for how to plan your Disney World Vacation.
Figure Out Your Budget
Disney World is expensive, so you want to give yourself a strict budget. You don’t have to break the bank to have a great time.
Make sure that you allocate money to:
- Travel expenses
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While you’re budgeting, consider ways that you can save money. Can you bring your own snacks to the park instead of overspending on food? What fun free activities would you like to do?
Find the Perfect Hotel
It’s a common misconception that it’s always better to go to an off-site hotel instead of an actual Disney hotel. While you may spend less money on the hotel itself if you go elsewhere, you’ll miss out on a lot of helpful and fun amenities that Disney hotels have to offer.
Disney hotels provide free shuttle services to the parks and the Disney boardwalk. This means that you won’t have to pay for parking or for a taxi to get to the park.
Choose a hotel that fits your budget and desired vacation timeframe.
Tickets: What Do You Need?
When you’re choosing your time to travel, keep ticket prices in mind. Tickets get more expensive during popular times (like the holiday season).
We recommend getting the park hopper pass if it fits your budget. The park hopper pass allows you to travel from one park to the next all day long. Individual passes only allow you to visit one park at a time.
Because there are 4 main theme parks in Disney World, the park hopper pass will give you the most “bang for your buck.”
Making a Schedule
If you’re the kind of person who prefers spontaneity, you can skip this step. If you want to make sure that you do everything on your Disney World to-do list, however, make sure that you block out time and keep to an itinerary.
Find all of the things to do in Disney World that are high-priority for you and your group. Leave time for food and rest and leave a block open for “free time” in case something fun pops up.
There’s so much to do that you can’t possibly see it all, but if you make a schedule, you’ll be able to do everything that’s important to you.
Planning a Trip to Disney World? Start Here
Planning a trip to Disney World is a huge undertaking, but if you start now, you’ll be well on your way to a fun and peaceful trip! Start making a budget and looking for tickets today!
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