I know this might be a hard question but how long do i need to do the parks. there will be 2 adults and three kids 17,15,12, I will be there at the end of july. Is one a park good or some need longer?
- Asked by kevin from AB on 12/19/2012
Choosing how to experience Disney is a great question, and one that is really and truly depends on your Disney touring style. If you are looking for a relaxing, easy going type of vacation, then visiting the parks... read more
Hello, I am planning to visit WDW in October 2013. There are 2 couples a 3 yr old boy and a 14 yr old boy. The 14 yr old has been to Disney several times. I am wondering if there are any programs for a 14 yr old? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated
- Asked by Dee from MA on 12/18/2012
Traveling to Walt Disney World with a teenager can prove to be both exciting and challenging, especially with a teen who has visited several times. Thankfully, Disney does offer some activities for youth in mind, to introduce a new... read more
Interested in learning about a fun tour for my 15 yo daughter while at Disney in early April. It seems that all of the fun tours require a guest to be 16. What do you suggest for a 15 yo girl?
- Asked by Alissa from KY on 12/5/2012
Hi, Alissa! I am going to suggest the Wild Africa Trek for your daughter. This experience is for Guests eight and older, and it is perfect for your fifteen year old! Small groups take personalized, guided treks through the forest and... read more
Hi, I have two daughters of 12 and 15 years old. We are going to WDW in January,2013 for 8 days, in a Resort. What are the best attractions for their ages? I am also confused if I should or not buy a dining package, because of their ages.
- Asked by PatrÃcia on 11/20/2012
Wow, this trip sounds like it's going to be awesome. I am curious where you are going to stay. With accommodations ranging from Disney's elegant Lakeside Boardwalk Inn to watching the giraffes and zebras roam the savannah at the Animal Kingdom... read more
What is Disney like at Christmas?
- Asked by nichelle from NC on 11/9/2012
Walt Disney World at Christmas is like getting two treats for the price of one. You get all the magic of Walt Disney World, and you get the holiday overlay to boot!
A few notes about this time of year;
Crowd levels are at... read more