If it’s been years since you’ve been to the Magic Kingdom, a Disney vacation could be just what you need. Being transported into a realm where there’s so much anticipation, variety, and adventure allows you to leave your worries behind and immerse yourself in the world of Disney. Even if you don’t have children, you’ll thoroughly enjoy making travel plans to Disney.
Disney, of course, is known for its theme parks. Disneyland, in Anaheim, Calif., features the Disneyland theme park and Disney’s California Adventure. Your airline ticket can take you to John Wayne International Airport in Orange County, less than a thirty-minute taxi ride to Disneyland. As for your hotel, there are dozens from which to choose in every price range.
Although Disneyland itself is wonderful, Disney’s California Adventure is completely captivating in its ability to convey the essence of the Golden State within the boundaries of a theme park. From its Hollywood back lot to its Boardwalk to its recreation of the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains, California Adventure makes you feel like you’ve toured the entire state.
On the other coast, in Orlando, Fla., Walt Disney World features four theme parks: The Magic Kingdom, Epcot, the Animal Kingdom Park, and Disney Hollywood Studios (formerly MGM Studios). In addition, there are two water parks: Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. And if that isn’t enough, you can also experience Disney Springs (formerly known as Downtown Disney) and the Boardwalk, as well as the Wide World of Sports, championship golf courses, luxury spas, and so much more.
If you’ve never been on a Disney cruise, you don’t know what you’re missing. Even if you don’t have children, a Disney cruise is a dream cruise. In fact, the way the ship is organized, you can take a Disney cruise and hardly ever see the kids. But if you do have children, they will be thrilled about going on a cruise with Disney.
Disney has two ships, the “Disney Magic” and the “Disney Wonder.” The “Disney Magic” sails to the Mediterranean, to the Caribbean, and to the Mexican Riviera, while the “Disney Wonder” travels to the Bahamas. In addition, to live shows, character experiences, and a movie theater, there are activities for children and adults of all ages. There are special clubs for children 3-12, and teens have their own space where they can hang out. There are even three pools: one for families, one for children only, and one for adults only.
Booking the Right Disney Travel Adventure
Many people think that booking a Disney vacation requires taking out a second mortgage or dipping into savings. But do a search online, and you’ll find travel packages that are absolutely affordable. The more flexible your travel dates are, the better deal you’ll be able to find. You should be able to find a package that includes airline fare, hotel accommodations, and cruise bookings within your price range. So, the next time you make travel plans, remember that the Disney awaits!