*Planning a Disney World Holiday to Orlando is a collaborative post
Everyone loves to plan a holiday. It keeps us going, something to look forward to. In fact now more than ever, during these exceptional times planning a Disney World holiday to Orlando is the ultimate dream destination for families.
Mr B and I have talked about going to Disney World Florida in the future when the girls are older to remember it and it gives us time to save! But how do you go about putting together a plan for Disney World? Well, I’ve been brainstorming and researching and finding a few Disney tips along the way.
First things first is to get a notebook or a spreadsheet set up to jot down your finds, and whether you need to explore an option in more detail. I’d recommend a Disney themed notebook you can decorate!
Where should I start planning a holiday to Disney World Orlando?
I think the best place to start is to browse the main Disney World website. Discover what the resort has to offer you and your family. Once you have made a list of the different theme parks, water parks, and kingdoms. Discuss with the family who wants to see what and write it down. I think the best thing is to go with a plan so everyone makes the most out of the holiday. Look at prices of Disney tickets Orlando. You can find deals on 7, 14, or 21 day tickets. You can combine tickets with other parks like Universal Studios, and Seaworld.
Disney World contains four theme parks – Magical Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood Studios. Two water parks – Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. And numerous hotels dotted around. Most are Disney owned, but a few are not.
Plan what you want to see an do and plan where you want to stay, within your budget. The hotels are based on 3 tiers, value, moderate, and deluxe.
I think the most important thing to remember about planning a holiday to Disney World Orlando is that you are not going to be able to see everything. The site is vast, about the same size as San Francisco I heard!
The Disney World plan step by step
To avoid the feeling of overwhelming here are the main steps your plan should include.
- Know your budget. Have this in place so you don’t spend outside your means. No holiday is worth the debt afterward.
- Decide on your dates to visit. Check out the busiest times to avoid.
- Decide on your place to stay while you are there. Do you want to stay on or offsite?
- Know which admission tickets you need to buy.
- Investigate FastPass + and the shows you want to see. Make these reservations.
- Decide on your meals and where you want to eat. Look at the Disney Dining Plan.
Having your detailed plan in place means you will be able to make the most out of your Disney World holiday to Orlando. It will save you time and money in the long run. Plus planning is an exciting part of the holiday. Let the planning commence!
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