2. Strike the Vacation Balance that’s Right for YOUR Family
Despite my best intentions to “relax more” when I head to Walt Disney World, I often find myself up at the crack of dawn, hurrying my little boy into his sneakers, and gearing up the stroller to get to the park for “rope drop.” We thrive on commando-style morning park touring, but we also know that we need to alternate those early mornings and late nights, and that afternoon rests help us recharge. Your family (especially if you have teenagers) might do best taking advantage of the park’s latest hours (look for evening Extra Magic Hours if you are an on-site guest) and relying on FastPass (and not early park touring) to beat some crowded lines. Don’t forget- everyone has different dreams of what their vacation should be. Your little one may have the most fun in the pool and playing with a toy in your resort room. Getting everyone’s input on the planning is a fun way to make sure you’re making time for what’s important to your group.
1. Don’t be Afraid to ASK
Everyone vacations differently, and the best way to get ideas about the experiences that will resonate best with your family is to ask others! We’d love to see you in our “Disney Fanatics- Tips & Fun at Disney World Resort” Facebook group- a friendly community where you can ask anything and get some expert feedback!