10 Things You Should Do On Your Disney Vacation
Try Specialty Soft-Serve
Dole Whip, Disney’s signature frozen pineapple treat, is found in only two places on the entire planet: Disney resorts, and Dole’s headquarters in Hawaii.
Visit a Hideaway Inspired by Mark Twain
To reach Tom Sawyer’s Island, start in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland and journey by log raft across the Rivers of America.
Dine Like a World-Traveler
Nomad Lounge in Animal Kingdom blends African, Asian, and Latin American flavors. Enjoy savory small plates and signature sips from the joint’s plush patio.
Cast, Catch, and Release
There’s a hidden fishin’ hole at the Port Orleans Resort behind Muddy Rivers. It’s stocked with catfish, bluegill, and bass.
Hop aboard the Pirates & Pals Fireworks Voyage to take a buccaneer adventure ending with a stunning view of the park’s spectacular fireworks display.
Which Is Cheaper: Disneyland or Disney World?
Almost all Southerners have taken a trek down to Orlando to experience the 'Happiest Place On Earth'. It's an adventure in and of itself – but a trip to Disney World, especially with children, can be a pricey memory. Our friends at Coinage compared the Southern favorite destination with the California-based Disneyland. Just as you can imagine, the ticket price is steep for both Disney locations. But, surprisingly, a trip for a family of four is around $500 cheaper at one of the two parks, if you're including ParkHopper passes, Disney lodging, and a meal plan. Be sure to check out this insider scoop so that you can plan your next vacation accordingly.
Taste the Polynesian South Seas
Trader Sam’s Grotto in Magic Kingdom transports you to paradise with exotic dishes like fresh Hawaiian poke, dumplings, and tropical drinks.
Take a Nighttime Stroll Through Animal Kingdom
After sundown, the Tree of Life awakens with vibrant colors every 10 minutes and a carnival dances through the streets of Discovery Island.
Disney’s People Mover offers elevated rides perfect for enjoying the nightly fireworks shows.
Camp (and cook) Out
Chip and Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long happens nightly at Fort Wilderness. Bring your own marshmallows, and enjoy the free show.
Cozy Up in an Authentic Hacienda
La Cava del Tequila in Epcot features over 100 types of tequila with fresh guacamole and queso to keep you going for hours.