Disney World - Go For the Magic, Go For the Memories


The Magic Your Way Disney World vacation packages come with a variety of different options and prices. The package options are for the number of days for the visit, dining and accommodation and other specials. The vacation packages all include full passes to the Disney World theme and water parks.

Disney World lodging choices can be the relatively low-cost Disney Campgrounds; the value, moderate and deluxe Disney Resort Hotels and the ultra posh and luxurious Disney Deluxe Villas.

The included Disney World Dining plans provide from 2 to 3 fast food or quick-serve meals and two snacks for the budget plans. The deluxe dining plans allow for 3 table-serve or 3 quick-serve meals and two snacks.

All guests can enjoy the Disney World monorail and other complimentary transportation options. Guests of certain Disney Hotels enjoy additional complimentary transportation from the airport and to all the Disney World parks and attractions.

Tickets to Disney World come in a wide variety of price ranges to permit everyone to be a guest of the most exciting amusement park on the East Coast. If things are a bit tight, buy a one-day ticket to a single theme park or water park. When the budget and schedule allows buy a ticket that will let you visit the park 365 days of the year.

Magic Kingdom Park is where you will find Cinderella's Castle, Main Street U.S.A., Liberty Square, Mickey's Toontown, Frontierland, Adventureland, and Tomorrowland.

The Epcot Theme Park is divided into two areas; World Showcase and Future World. World Showcase is divided into 11 pavilions that represent different countries of the world; showcasing culture and cuisine. Future World is a place of fantastical wonders, technological delights and futuristic rides.

Disney's Animal Kingdom is the ultimate wild animal park on 500 acres, divided into seven areas, such as: Africa, Oasis, Discovery Island and Dinoland, U.S.A. to name just a few.

Disney's Hollywood Studios, once known as Disney MGM Studios is the Disney theme park that provides all the glitz and glamour, fame and celebrity you expect of show business.

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon has 9 waterslides, a children's play area and a huge surf pool. The Shark Reef lets you swim with live sharks if you're brave enough.

Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park is the perfect place to cool down and chill out on the raft ride, the snow-castle fountain play, one-acre wave pool and toboggan slides, plus one of the fastest and tallest free-falling waterslides in the U.S.

C.L. Hendricks has been a Jill-of-all-trades and become an expert in some. She has also traveled extensively and now writes about travel destinations around the world for Vacation Things to Do and How to Get a Passport