9. Draft Your Schedule
Once you have selected a travel agent, you’ll want to write up an “in-progress” schedule. For example, figuring out how many days you’d like to visit and which/how many parks you’d like to see will give you a great head start. At the very least, having an idea of whether you’d like to visit the Magic Kingdom twice or if you want to plan a day off-property, will make it much easier to select additional reservations. While flexibility is necessary, a working schedule will be the foundation of all planning activities.