For many people, planning a Disney World Vacation is part of the fun of the vacation itself! For others, however, it can be a headache. Before you start planning your vacation, determine whether or not you are really up to planning the trip yourself or not.

The Shades of Green at Walt Disney World Resort sits just outside the gates of The Magic Kingdom. Photo by Tim Hipps, FMWRC Public Affairs

The Shades of Green at Walt Disney World Resort sits just outside the gates of The Magic Kingdom.
Photo by Tim Hipps, FMWRC Public Affairs

If you don’t want to plan your own trip, you have several options. Of course, you can have a travel agent make all of the arrangements for you, but for the best Disney World experience, you might be better off using the Disney Vacation Planning Services. Either way, you can have every single aspect of your trip planned for you. Once you get there, all you will need to do is follow your Itinerary.

If you prefer the fun involved in planning your Disney World vacation yourself, there are some things that you absolutely must not leave out of the planning stage. Before you can decide what you will be doing at Disney World, you must determine which dates you will be there. The parks offer different things at different types of the year, with many different themes and entertainment to choose from.

Once you know when you will be at Disney World, the next step is to figure out what you will be doing each day that you are there. Once you’ve set up your travel arrangements and your hotel reservations, there are a few more things you must consider.

Food is one thing you might want to arrange in advance. Disney World is a very popular place, and having reservations at some of the more popular restaurants is recommended. These reservations can be made well in advance – before you ever leave home.

When planning which attractions at Disney World you want to visit, use a map of Disney World as a guide. This will make it easier to schedule time for attractions that are near each other. You want to see and do as much as possible, so as much walking or travel time as you can.

Keep your budget in mind. Often, by making arrangements through travel agents or through the Disney World Vacation Planning Services, you will be able to get better deals – which can save you money.

  • Look for these deals, and save as much money as you can on your hotel and food.
  • If you have small children with you, keep their priorities in mind – they have less interest in where they will sleep and the food that they will eat, and more interest in what they will see and do!
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