2. Plan (Way) Ahead
In addition to making your dining reservations for table service restaurants in advance, the nature of a Walt Disney World vacation will also require that guests plan other aspects of their vacation before arriving on property. In addition to booking your room and buying your tickets, guests are also strongly encouraged to make their FastPass selections when that window opens up 60 days before arriving on property.
Additionally, if you are interested in participating in any special events (holiday parties or entertainment options), you should also buy your tickets or make your reservations before arriving on property.
1. Have Fun
While it may seem that all of the focus for your Disney vacation occurs prior to leaving for the airport or climbing into the car, once you arrive on property and make it to the parks, Disney has a curious way of forcing guests to enjoy their time. Be it through wonderfully themed parades, magical attractions, or enchanted encounters with classic characters, guests can rest assured they will forget any of the forceful unpleasantness that may accompany a Disney vacation.
Is there anything else that Disney forces you to do when you visit? Be prepared for these five things before you embark on your next trip!