DISNEY CRUISE TICKETS:
If you're a big person who still believes in magic, let's sing together –
We understand when little persons want to do Disney World and big persons want to take a cruise, life can get frazzling! Did you know you can get combination tickets for Disney Cruise and do both?
Take a look at the following Disney Cruise tips.
If you plan to travel during peak times – summer, Thanksgiving, Christmas – these cruises sell out and rates for remaining tickets escalate.
There is so much kid-fun on a Disney Cruise, you might be jealous. If so, sneak in to a storytelling or watch movies with your little person. Counselors trained by Disney will take care of your kids while you experience grown-up magic like dining, dancing, wine-tasting or listening to jazz.
Here is one of our best Disney Cruise tips: each evening during turndown, the attendant will leave you a newspaper that recaps the following day's activities. Use the Navigator (newspaper) to get the best benefit from your cruise.
Your Navigator will list daily entertainment. Put Aladdin and Villains Tonight on your don't miss list.
Schmooze your waiter! They are keepers of inside information, like must do's when you're in port. Catch a first run movie! Recent Disney movies shown onboard are included in your Disney Cruise tickets.
Frequent cruisers put this at the top of Disney Cruise tips: pack as light as possible. Get yourself a pirate costume for the bang-up "Pirates in the Caribbean" party. Pack a couple of swimsuits, one glam-up outfit for dinner, casual-chic outfits for each day and gobs of sunscreen.
Online reservations come with perks! You can make advance reservations for spa treatments, various shore excursions and register your kid for activities. However, you must solidify your tickets for Disney Cruise months in advance. Otherwise, you can't score a discount or book your preferred stateroom.