9. Do: Establish a Plan for Your Arrival
Sure, getting excited and wanting to see everything right away is tempting, but it’s important to have a game plan ready so you don’t get your family members cranky or tired. If you’re just going to have a relaxing evening at the resort pool, hit up Disney Springs for some shopping, or have an evening at one of the parks, stick to that plan. This way, your excited family members will know what’s going on to avoid any confusion that may arise.
8. Don’t: Forget Your MagicBands and Other Essentials
When flying or even driving to Walt Disney World, make sure you have your MagicBands with you at all times. These are your tickets for Disney’s Magical Express, the parks, your room key, and they may store your credit card information. Having these on everyone’s wrist or in your travel bag upon arrival to the airport or your resort will save you a headache later on.
7. Do: Get Settled Into Your Resort
Sure, Disney’s Magical Express will deliver your luggage to your room for you, but it’s important to get everything organized on your arrival day to leave more room for fun during the rest of your vacation. If you’re driving, drop your bags off and get settled before preparing for the rest of your day. Use this time to unpack your clothes, get your items organized, freshen up, and create a cozy space for your family to stay for the next few days.