We had some great vacations at Disney when my kids were younger, but I'm wondering if there are enough things to do for my teenagers. Any suggestions for specific things teenagers would enjoy?
- Asked by Tracy from MO on 1/19/2014
Hi Tracy, Thanks for sending me your question! As a mom of a teenager myself, I can promise you there’s still plenty of magic to be found at Walt Disney World for kids of all ages. Starting in the parks, here are some "must-dos" on my... read more
Hey Amanda! You really helped out planning my Sweet 16 two years ago! Going for spring break with family and want to know what to do besides spending all day at the parks. Special Dining? Dad and I plan to golf, what are best courses/times.
- Asked by Jennifer on 9/14/2013
Hi Jennifer! I'm so happy to hear from you again! Disney definitely offers a lot to do outside of the theme parks. For a casual special dining experience, a trip to the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at the Fort Wilderness Resort is lots of fun.... read more
We, 4 adults & 2 children, are renting a pontoon for the Wishes cruise. Is it customary to tip the tour guide and if so what percentage for good service is acceptable? WDW, POR, 3-23-14 thru 4-3-14.
- Asked by Cheryl from IL on 2/20/2014
Hi Cheryl, My family thoroughly enjoys the Wishes Fireworks Cruise on the pontoon boats! We went with some friends of ours last November and it was so much fun. Yes, it is customary to tip. A good rule of thumb is to offer 15% - 18% of the price... read more
Embarking on an African Safari would be a dream, but I'll settle for the next best thing - the Wild Africa Trek at Disney. My questions: First, is being overweight a problem? Second, I am afraid of heights, but can I bare the bridges?
- Asked by Deborah from NC on 1/19/2014
I highly recommend the Wild Africa Trek VIP tour at Animal Kingdom. Some of my Disney Parks Mom Panel friends and I did the trek together in September and it was so much fun.
To participate, guests must be at least 8 years old and... read more
We will be visiting disney for the first time with my sons who are 11 & 9 and daughter who is 6. How do I get everyone's interests covered? My oldest is into all things sports, while my 9 year old is into Cars and my daughter is into all things princ
- Asked by niki on 1/9/2013
How exciting to be planning your first visit to Walt Disney World! To help with your planning, I'd visit www.touringplans.com, which is an independent website that does all the work for you. There are over 100 itineraries that will help you to... read more