A Guide to Enjoyable Family Adventures
Taking your kids to Disney can be an unforgettable experience, but it can also be overwhelming if you're not adequately prepared.
Long lines, large crowds, and tired little ones can quickly turn a dream vacation into a nightmare.
Take a look at these 6 recommendations to help you make the most of your trip to Disney.
1. Plan and Research
Before your trip, research the parks, attractions, and shows. Familiarize yourself with the park layout and create a loose itinerary to ensure you cover the must-see attractions.
2. Make Advanced Reservations
Disney parks offer FastPass or similar systems that allow you to reserve a specific time slot for popular attractions, reducing your waiting time significantly.
3. Start Early and Take Breaks
Arrive at the park before it opens to maximize your time and enjoy shorter lines during the early hours.
4. Embrace Flexibility and Patience
Disney parks can be crowded and unpredictable, so it's essential to stay flexible and patient. Be prepared for plan changes, unexpected ride closures, and longer wait times.
5. Pack Wisely
Prepare a bag with essentials such as sunscreen, hats, ponchos (in case of rain), and comfortable walking shoes. Don't forget to bring snacks, water bottles, and small toys or activities to keep the kids entertained during downtime or long waits.
6. Take a break
After a long day at the park, go back to your hotel or home and enjoy a sip of our non-alcoholic sparkling wine. It has the real taste of sparkling wine but with 0.0% alcohol, so you can enjoy it without feeling guilty.