10 Do’s and Don’ts for Planning Your Disney Vacation

1 - Do Go Beyond the Parks & Relax

Disney World is so much more than just the theme parks. When planning your vacation, make a point of leaving time to visit Disney Springs, or consider visiting the water parks. There’s also a lot of great recreation options, and the resorts have some incredible restaurants. And if you can’t fit everything you want to do into one trip, just start planning your next trip!

A Disney vacation can be as tiring as it is magical. With lots of walking, early hours and late nights, strong sun, high Central Florida temperatures, and plenty of humidity, exploring the theme parks can be downright exhausting. Guests who want should definitely plan on scheduling time to relax in each day of their vacation. Simply relaxing for a few hours each afternoon can recharge guests and leave them ready to head back to the parks and continue totally enjoying their vacations. Some great ways to relax in Walt Disney World are lounging poolside at a Disney Resort, napping in a Disney Resort room, or pausing to enjoy a full service meal.
By Team