(Article last checked: April 11, 2016) Although general travel agents aren’t needed as much anymore, destination-specific agents are still invaluable since they provide such detailed guidance on a specific place. Unless people are willing to spend a lot of time reading and researching (like on this site!), I usually recommend they use a Disney World-focused agent (also called “Authorized Disney Vacation Planner”). However, there are pros and cons to using a travel agent. Here’s my list to help you evaluate if using a travel agent is right for you.
(Article last checked: April 11, 2016) When people sign up for the email list, they automatically get an email from me asking them to reply with their trip planning concerns. The number 1 thing that people email me is that they feel overwhelmed (number 2 thing is that they just want their kids to have fun). I have a confession: some years ago when we were planning our first trip to Disney World, I emailed somebody on a Disney site and it said this (I had to dig through really old emails to find this snippet): I am interested in
(Article last checked: April 11, 2016) In order to do everything you want to do on your Disney World trip, you need to start planning more than 6 months in advance. Of course, not everybody has that much notice on their trips, so they have to figure out how to plan on a shorter schedule. Here is the ideal planning timeline as well as what you can do if you are running short on time.
(Article last updated: April 11, 2016) No matter how much research or planning you do, there will be things that surprise you on your first trip (and your second and third and…). Here are 10 things you might not know if you’re planning your very first trip to Disney World.