Can anyone take the Sunrise Safari or only the guest staying at the Animal Kingdom Lodge?
- Asked by Cindy from MI on 2/10/2008
Hi Cindy,At this time the Sunrise Safari is an exclusive tour for a limited number of guest staying on the Concierge level of the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Fortunately, there are two tours available in the Animal Kingdom that are open to the... read more
I have a 6 yr old daughter and would love to do a behind the scenes tour of the Magic Kingdom. Do you recommend this for her as well or should we wait until she is older? Thanks for your advice and keep up the great work.
- Asked by Lisa from IL on 1/29/2008
Hi Lisa,Unfortunately, the Keys to the Kingdom Tour is limited to guests 16 years old or older. You and your daughter may enjoy one of the tours that doesn't go behind the scenes. Look into the Disney Family Magic tour. In this... read more
I saw another question refer to the Backstage Safari, but cannot find any info about it. Can you tell me more? It sounds interesting.
- Asked by Sandra from WI on 2/4/2008
The Backstage Safari is a three-hour behind-the scenes tour at the Animal Kingdom. Cast members will take you into many of the areas where the animals are housed and discuss how the animals' medical care and how they are fed. You will meet a... read more
Second trip to Disney in june with our two children (age 8-11) and this time will be special because it will be our honeymoon. My question is which cruises should I choose (illuminations or wishes) and is it better in pontoon boat or breathless boat?
- Asked by Chantal from QC on 1/31/2008
Congratulations.....Pontoon boat, is not as romantic, and practical would be my assessment, it will accommodate up to 10 people. The cruises last about an hour, and you have the option to see either the Illuminations or the WISHES, you will... read more
I am 22 and my sister is 17. We will be going to Disney for our spring break with a couple of my friends, however my friends leave a day before we do and i was looking for something special for my sister and I to do on our last day in Disney. suggestions?
- Asked by Mary Jo from VA on 1/30/2008
Here's what I would do:Sleep in late, check out, and check your bags at the front desk of the resort your staying in. Take a cab or Disney transportation to the Grand Floridian. Have a late breakfast or an early lunch at the Grand... read more