2. Use the Landmarks
If you’re a little like Moana and have a good sense of direction then you may not need apps or maps or even signposts. Whether or not you’ve been to the resort before or have been gifted with excellent navigational skills, there is one surprisingly-easy way to find your way around the parks. Yes – you can, for the most part, follow large landmarks! So let giant centerpieces like Cinderella Castle or huge attractions like The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror be your guides instead.
1. Ask a Cast Member
Cast Members are available throughout all of the Disney Parks – and they’re not just limited to restaurants, stores, attractions and entertainment, as you’ll often see them conveniently positioned ready to offer a helping hand. Each Cast Member possesses an in-depth knowledge of their respective Disney Park – and probably others, too. Don’t be “Bashful” – the Cast Members are here to help!
There are other things to consider when exploring the parks. For starters, don’t pack too much in your day bag (even Indy only ever carries a satchel) and don’t get so distracted by navigating that you miss something off your itinerary. And even if after these tips you still find the size of the parks overwhelming, just repeat to yourself over and over, “it’s a small world, after all”!