Animal Kingdom is a wonderfully high energy Park, but it does have a reputation for getting a bit hot and stuffy. For this reason (and the fact that it’s your last day) arrive at opening if you can.
Breakfast: Again, consider grabbing a quick breakfast at your Disney resort. Grab some extra food to eat throughout the morning until your next meal.
Side Tip: So, you might be wondering at this point if you should get a Park Hopper for a 4 Day Plan at Walt Disney World? The answer is most likely always yes. What you will want to take advantage of are the Extra Magic Hours throughout your trip. This will require a Hopper if you decide to spend your time at a theme park different from those Extra Magic Hours available that same day at another park. You could always rework this 4 Day Plan to match up with Extra Magic Hours. However, you’ll want to take into consideration the time of year and the crowds. The Animal Kingdom, for example, may not keep the attention of your teenagers once they’ve completed some of rides like Kilimanjaro Safari, Expedition Everest, Kali River Rapids, Dinosaur, and It’s Touch to be a Bug. If that’s the case, use your Hopper and finish up some rides at Magic Kingdom or Epcot.
Lunch/Dinner: If you decided to stay in this park for lunch or dinner, the Yak & Yeti is one of the most popular restaurants in all of Disney World.
If you decide to leave Animal Kingdom early to finish up another Park, you may have a difficult time finding a sit down restaurant reservation without advance notice, so plan this last day carefully. Book a reservation. It’s your last night and just hours away from turning back into a pumpkin!
Its understandable that the average family would want to work in as many of the attractions as possible in one single (rather short) trip, but I hope this 4 Day Trip Plan will help your family consider ways in which you can conquer park attractions, yet create time to enjoy the full Disney experience. Enjoy the Magic!
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