4. Pull Yourself Together
When visiting the parks, many guest bring a bag of things they might need throughout the day. Things like protein bars, water bottles, umbrellas, or anything they might need when adventuring through the parks. However, it should also be noted that when packing said bag to only pack the essentials. It can be a major headache and hassle trying to wrestle too many things into and out of a small bag. Do not over pack, and remember to save some room for anything extra you might need to carry out. Keep it simple, pack only what you know you might need.
3. Quench Your Thirst
No matter what time of the year you go, Orlando will always be a bit on the warm side. If you add the Orlando heat with constant schlepping through the Disney Parks, you get a recipe for exhaustion. With temperatures reaching to the low nineties on the mildest days, dehydration and heat stroke are both real possibilities. One of the most important things you can do on your Disney trip is to keep your thirst at bay. If you aren’t packing a water bottle to tame your thirst, be sure to visit any of the concessions in the parks, ice water is free. Be smart, keep yourself happy, healthy, and hydrated.
2. Sit Back and Enjoy the Ride
Everyone’s familiar with the cardinal rules of theme park rides. “Keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times.” Although this line is often mimicked or mocked in a comical tone, it is still a serious rule. In the past, people have been injured on certain rides. It is a rarity, but it has happened. Accidents can most easily be avoided if one follows cast member instructions and ride etiquette. In case of lack of the previously stated factors, simply use your common sense. If the ride is in motion, stay seated and enjoy it.
1. Cast Members are Your Friends
The biggest rule for visiting any Disney Park: be good to your cast members. It’s their job to ensure the happiness of every guest, which is not always an easy task. They go to great lengths to ensure everything is satisfactory, including putting up with some unsightly and impolite guest behaviors. If you ever need or have an issue with anything, find a cast member. They can give you tips, show you where you need to go, provide essential information, and even help you find a specific souvenir or piece of merchandise. They are more than just park employees, they are Disney fans dedicated to making your experience magical. Listen to them, take their advice, and thank them often.