The Most Magical Place on Earth!
Walt Disney World is the ultimate family vacation destination with 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, an entertainment district and countless opportunities for different types of recreation. There are multiple categories of hotels from Value to Deluxe Villas and their amenities and perks vary accordingly. The resort has so much to offer and is the most popular Disney Destination in the World.
Magic Kingdom is where this resort began. For princes and princesses alike, it is full of fantasy, adventure, and a look into the future. It has 6 “lands” and each will transport guests to a different place and time.
Epcot is broken into two lands; Future World and World Showcase. Future World promotes and encourages innovation and progress. There are several pavilions each revolving around different topics (space, ocean, land, communication, transportation…etc). World Showcase is broken into 11 pavilions that offer rides, entertainment, shopping, and delicious food! This is also home to several festivals throughout the year.
Hollywood Studios is a park dedicated to entertainment – theater, music, tv, and film. Its 6 lands are home to several favorites such as Star Wars, Little Mermaid, Aerosmith & Pixar Characters.
Animal Kingdom is home to hundreds of different species of animals. You can encounter them in walking trails and rides. Disney participates in efforts of conservation and educating guests about these animals so as to preserve their existence. This park is also home to some great rides and entertainment revolving around different creatures – both real and imaginary.
The two water parks ; Blizzard Beach & Typhoon Lagoon are brilliantly themed. One themed as an area of Florida that had its first blizzard and turned into a ski resort. The water eventually melted and VIOLA! The other being an island where a typhoon landed and took over the pristine tropical island. Both are home to several water slides, play areas, and pools.
Hotels in Disney are themed like no where else. They have entertainment, great eateries, and themed rooms. There are several resorts in each category so each guest can find something that fits their needs and budget.
Disney Springs is a huge entertainment district that has many different kinds of entertainment, dining, and shopping. It is a great place to visit on a non-park day or even after a park has closed. Guests can eat, shop, and dance into the early hours. Several of the restaurants have earned the James Beard Award. Yum!
There is no such thing as a “down-day” at Walt Disney World Resort because there are several other things to do that are not park related. Guests can parasail, golf, horseback ride, fish and more. There is no shortage of adventure here.