Three Things To Know About Planning Your Disney Vacation

15 June 2017
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Planning a Disney vacation is one of the most exciting things you can do, but also one of the most stressful, as well. You, of course, want to get the most out of your vacation, especially if you are going during a busy time of the year. This can be challenging to do simply because it's pretty difficult to navigate crowds, as well as plan when the kids are going to get tired and when you are going to need to make pit stops to eat throughout the trip. Here are three things you should know about planning that is going to help you get the most out of your Disney vacation:

  1. ​Plan Way in Advance: Planning a Disney vacation should take about the same amount of time as it takes to plan a wedding, which is about a year. The reason being is that you want to book all the right places to stay and transportation, as well. However, the main reason to start way ahead is so that you can plan on what needs to be done. For example, what rides are you going to be okay skipping? This way, you know you are spending a majority of the time doing what actually matters to your family. You also want to determine where the best places to eat are going to be and you can include it in your route throughout the park. While this may seem extensive, it's going to be extremely helpful when it comes to navigating the crowds. 
  2. Plan to be at the Park at Night: What many people don't realize is that Disney is the most magical at night. This is when the biggest parades take place, the weather cools down, and the lines for rides are typically a bit shorter. This is why it's best to stay close to the park so you can wake up a little later in the day, eat breakfast, and then head to the park. This way, your family is well energized for the day and able to stay up for the magic at night. 
  3. Get Reservations: If you want to eat at one of the popular restaurants, be sure that you get reservations. This is going to ensure that you are able to be seated right away. Most likely, by the time you are ready to eat, you are going to want to do so right away instead of having to wait an hour or more for a place to sit. 

When you consider these three things, planning your Disney vacation is going to be a bit less stressful. Be sure to use professional services for making plans whenever you can, as this will also take some pressure off your shoulders.