Deciding when to begin planning your Disney vacation can be just as important as the actual vacation planning itself. So when is the best time to begin planning your Walt Disney World vacation?
With Festival of the Arts well underway and the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival coming up soon, now is a great time to visit the parks. If your family will be visiting Walt Disney World soon, you’ll want to be aware of any scheduled refurbishments which may affect your visit ahead of time.
The four parks of Walt Disney World have so much to offer, including numerous dazzling shows. We’re taking a look at which Walt Disney World shows you simply must see on your Disney vacation.
Disney is now offering two brand-new Festival of the Lion King Signature Dining Packages at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
On April 22, 2018 a brand new experience will land in Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The new Pandora Utility Suit, a 4.2 ton mechanical suit, is inspired by the Amplified Mobility Platform (AMP) suits from the movie Avatar.
With new offerings at each of the four parks, summer 2018 is shaping up to be an Incredible Summer at Walt Disney World Resort.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom is the biggest Disney park, leaving plenty of room for wonderful attractions to enjoy. Let’s take a look at our top 10 must do’s for Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
Walt Disney World is a wonderful place to celebrate Valentine’s Day. After spending a fun filled day enjoying park attractions, couples can enjoy a romantic dinner at one of Disney’s numerous table service restaurants in the parks. No matter which park you choose to visit, you’ll find a wonderful restaurant ideal for your Valentine’s celebration.
2018 is already proving to be a great year for Walt Disney World! We’ll soon have new attractions to enjoy and, of course, some of our favorites will soon shine like new as refurbishments are completed. If your family will be heading to Walt Disney World Resort soon, you’ll want to be aware of the scheduled refurbishments which may affect your visit to the Most Magical Place on Earth.
Just after dinner on a hot July evening, we headed toward the exit for Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The sun hadn’t set yet, but the park would soon be closing. There would be no fireworks show at the park, as the loud booms were certain to terrify the animals we had seen on Kilimanjaro Safaris earlier in the day.