Top Five Tips to Survive Disney Spring Break ~ Land and Sea Style
Welcome to those of you joining me from Capturing Magical Memories and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 4th stop on our Magical Blogorail.
I love Walt Disney World in the
the spring time!
(Sorry, couldn't resist!)
However, if I'm going to do Disney during Spring Break (along with all the added guests that entails) a little extra planning is in order.
1.) Hit the high seas.
I highly recommend trying out Disney Cruise Line if you decided to do Disney during Spring Break.
Not only do the ships sail at pretty near the same capacity year round, but if you book early or extremely last minute, cruising can be less expensive than a trip to the world.
|The romance of sailing the high seas.|
2.) Land and Sea should remain in that order rather than going Surf and Turf.
Okay, it's no secret that during spring break, Walt Disney World gains a mouseketeer or two. That said, the ships stay about as relaxed as always.
3.) Plan ahead.
If you ever needed a reason to try out a touring plan, take a peek at this:
On days of heavy attendance, the groups touring without our plans spent an average of three and a half hours more in line and experienced 37% fewer attractions than did those who used our touring plans.
I love the touring plans from "The Unofficial Guide: Walt Disney World" as they saved me a ton of waiting and backtracking, but if you find another system that works for you and your family, stick with it!
4.) Consider Concierge.
If booking a cabana (one of the hottest commodities on Castaway Cay) is essential to your island paradise experience, consider cruising concierge, as they get the earliest booking window (over 120 days prior to the cruise.)
|Concierge can help you with a wide variety of reserved activities!|
5.) Pack your patience, pixie dust and perhaps a poncho.
I love the idea of going with the flow and just enjoying your vacation in the moment, but sometimes it is worth remembering that things aren't always going to go perfectly smoothly.
|If you forget the sunscreen, buy some. No biggie! And a lot better than dealing with sunburns.|
Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is DisneyMamas.
Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:
1st Stop ~ I Am a Disney Nerd- Disneyland
2nd Stop ~ Disney with Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers-General
3rd Stop ~ Capturing Magical Memories-Vero Beach
4th Stop ~ Adventure in the Great Wide Somewhere-Land and Sea <~~~You Are Here~~~
Final Stop ~ Disney Mamas -Tips for Experiencing Flower & Garden Festival During Spring Break