Monday, February 21, 2011

When to go


When to go?

Thinking of going on a vacation to Walt Disney World? One of the first things to think about is when to go. Do you have school-aged children? Most travelers to Walt Disney World do. This usually means that your vacation will be taken during times that the kids are not in school: summer, spring break, fall break, Christmas/New Year’s holiday, and Thanksgiving week. Unfortunately, that is when most of the others vacationing with children are going. But, with my years of Disney trip-taking knowledge, I can customize a daily itinerary to help you get the most out of your vacation – no matter if it is during the slow season or peak (crowded) season. This is a free service I offer for all of my clients. If you follow (or at least use as a guideline) the custom-made plan that I tailor specifically for your family, you will be able to optimize your time and have the best family vacation you have ever had!

Besides crowds – which we have determined will not be a problem for your family when you book your trip with Fairytale Journeys by John – there are other factors involved in when you may want to plan your special Disney vacation. Another top motive for most travelers – cost. The peak seasons are usually the most expensive times to visit. The less crowded times often result in substantial savings. Disney will discount rooms and/or offer money savings packages for the non-peak times of the year. I realize many people cannot take their children out of school for a Disney trip, but I personally feel - as long as your child can handle the makeup work – it is worth serious consideration. Cooler temperatures, less crowds, and cheaper cost are just a few of the reasons to investigate that possibility.

Even if you can’t or don’t want to take your kids out of school, you can still have a wonderful family vacation during any time of the year. I can help guide you to what park to visit on each day of your trip to help optimize your time. (Did you know that Walt Disney World Resort consists of four major theme parks, two huge world-class water parks, and a ginormous indoor video game and virtual attraction smorgasbord called Disney Quest?)  I can also help you plan what attractions to visit in what order to avoid long waits. Using this custom planning will help you experience the magic of Disney and make your vacation one with unforgettable moments and memories!
 

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