Going to Disney used to be relatively easy. Pick a date, buy some tickets, show up at a theme park and decide what you want to ride, eat, and watch while you are there.
Times have changed, and this is no longer the case. Now you need to decide six months ahead of time where you’re going to want to eat dinner while you’re there and two months ahead of time what rides you want to ride in a specific one hour window. Dining reservations and Fast Passes make your trip a far more pleasant experience, as they reduce the wait times you’ll encounter, allowing you to get more done in a day than ever before. But the flip side is that this requires some up front planning.
If you’ve not been to Disney recently (and honestly, even if you have), this entire process can be a little overwhelming. And that’s where I come in. I can explain to you the benefits of staying on-property and narrow down which of the numerous resorts would be best suited for you, and I can also explain when it makes more sense to stay off-property. I can help you decide which time of year will be best for you to visit and even which days are best to visit each park during your stay. I can help you determine which Fast Passes will be best to get when, allowing you to spend more time on rides and less time waiting in line for them (or back-tracking across the park to get to them).
Disney was my first love and ultimately what got me into the travel business. I have grown to love helping people with cruises, all-inclusives, and many other travel needs, but Disney will always hold a special place in my heart. I’ve been to Disney World more than ten times and Disneyland twice. Helping other people have an amazing experience at the most magical place on earth is truly one of my passions as a travel agent.