Spring Break Tips: How to Navigate A Theme Park

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Heading to a Theme Park for spring break?

Check out our tips from travel expert Ian Ford,CEO and president of Undercover Tourist, has several helpful recommendations for visitors navigating the Orlando theme parks for their spring break vacation.

o Book FastPass+ reservations before you arrive – As soon as you’re reservation window opens (60 days in advance of check-in for resort guests and 30 days in advance for non-resort guests), make sure to book FastPasses for the most popular attractions, such as Toy Story Midway Mania at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Test Track and Soarin’ at Epcot, Elsa & Anna in Princess Fairytale Hall at Magic Kingdom, and Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

o Book your hotel – Now that Undercover Tourist provides hotel booking, visitors can get convenient on-site benefits, such as free MagicBands, extended theme park hours, and free airport and theme park transportation.

o Arrive early and stay late – Arrive at the Disney World parks about an hour before rope-drop to ride your favorites in the first few hours before the lines get really long. Park hopping is not recommended during exceptionally busy seasons like spring break, as moving between parks takes up a lot of time.

o There’s an app for that – Undercover Tourist offers a new Orlando planning app which gives users the down-low on wait times, character greetings, parades, show times, detailed touring plans and more for all of the area theme parks.

o Bring snacks and drinks with you – Bring your own snacks and drinks or even a full picnic lunch. The restaurant crowds can be busier than attraction lines when the parks are packed, and a picnic lunch in a less busy spot in the park is a great way to regroup. Save the line-waiting for the fun stuff.



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Go Adventure Mom’s found, Kathy Dalton, launched Go Adventure Mom in 2012 in an effort to bring women together that love travel and the outdoors. As a former ski instructor, Kathy has taken her love for outdoor recreation and through the power of social media has created a platform to share her passion with the world. As a mom of three, Kathy loves to share her family adventures in Utah, cross-country skiing up Millcreek Canyon, skiing in the Wasatch Mountains, camping in Grand Teton National Park and camping in the Uintas. Kathy has been featured in The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Parents and Parenting magazine. Kathy is a regular contributor to Visit Salt Lake and is a tip contributor on TripAdvisor.

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