Walt Disney World is an exciting, fun vacation destination with tons of things to do and see. Many guests are in such a rush trying to do everything and see everything that by the time it's time to head home, they are totally exhausted and wondering why the heck they decided to make the trip.
Some things you need to know about heading to Walt Disney World--yes, the resort is HUGE and yes, there's more things to do there than you could ever imagine. It's not just four theme parks...which, honestly, if you've never been to WDW before, then no-you're not going to be able to see everything in every park if you only spend one day in each. You also have 2 water parks, 2 mini-golf courses, Downtown Disney-where you can shop, eat, enjoy live entertainment, go bowling, see a movie, explore an indoor interactive, virtual reality theme park at DisneyQuest, catch the amazing La Nouba Cirque du Soleil show...not to mention the golf courses, water sports, fishing, hay rides, carriage rides, dinner shows...and a whole lot more.
If you really want to experience everything the Walt Disney World Resort has to offer, first realize that you are not going to be able to do everything in one trip-even if you do the commando-park thing from open to close each day. And honestly, if you want to enjoy your vacation, you're not going to want to approach it like that to begin with. Yes, I know there are those of you out there who are totally gung-ho and love doing the park commando routine; but for your average guests-especially those with families and small children, a more relaxed approach is the key to a low-stress, enjoyable vacation.
So, on to the Tuesday tips...
First, make sure you allow yourselves enough days for your trip. You may have to save your pennies for longer, but in the end you'll appreciate not having to rush through the parks trying to get everything in before you go. If you've never been to WDW before, I'd recommend at least a full week for your first trip. The Magic Kingdom and Epcot are both at least two days if you want to see and do everything in those parks. Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom you can probably handle in one day for each one.
|Epcot itself can fill two whole days of your trip-maybe even more!|
|Pool or nap time can help you recharge|
Your Walt Disney World vacation should be fun and enjoyable. Allow yourself enough time for your visit, take time to rest and relax along the way, and don't rush yourselves. You'll have a better time with great memories if you're not dragging every day trying to accomplish the impossible.
|Mickey wants you to have a great time :-)|