Here is an example of a plan we used for our first ever 14-day trip.
Fri 21 Sept- Arrive
Sat 22 Sept-Hollywood Studios 9am-8pm Parade 3pm Fantasmic 8pm
Sun 23 Sept Animal Kingdom 9am-9pm Jamin Jungle Parade 3.45pm
Mon 24 Sept Epcot 9am-9pm Illuminations 9pm
Tues 25 Sept Magic Kingdom 9am-7pm A Dream Come True Parade 3pm
Wed 26 Sept Islands Of Adventure 9am-7pm Streets Of Universal 2pm
Thurs 27 Sept Islands of Adventure 9am-7pm
Fri 28 Sept Universal Studios 9am-5pm
Sat 29 Sept Typhoon Lagoon 10am-5pm
Sun 30 Sept Magic Kingdom 9am-7pm A Dream Come True Parade 3pm
Mon 1st October Day Off Shopping
Tues 2nd Oct Magic Kingdom 9am -9pm fireworks 9pm
Wed 3 Oct Islands Of Adventure 9am-7pm
Thurs 4 Oct Animal Kingdom 9am-5pm
Fri 5 Oct- Home
I used Undercover Tourist to find out all the opening and closing times, the best days to go according to crowd planners avoiding school holidays and bank holidays. Like I said on my last blog is always good to check and plan before you go so you have time to simply enjoy it and not waste your holiday time planning.
We wanted to spend extra days in Disney World on our first ever trip because it is always busier than the other parks and we could take our time to enjoy it. The following years we visited Busch Gardens, SeaWorld and also went to the coast at Clearwater and Cocoa beach.
There are plenty of reputable online websites for purchasing your tickets, we used floridatix as they were the best value at the time. If you purchase tickets before you visit make sure you allow extra time for them to arrive. Only buy from officially authorised brokers and from secure websites.
More tips coming soon!....