Baby, it’s cold outside. And snowy. And icy. And did I mention cold?
One of the best ways to get through the rest of winter is to plan a trip to a warm place! So, let’s go to Disney!
A Disney trip, while exciting, can also be stressful to plan it from beginning to end. Stress no more. First Class Theme Park Tours is there to help you plan and have the best Disney experience! Whether you are a first time or a repeat Disney vacationer, First Class Theme Park Tours is the way to do Disney!
We can speak from experience from two trips – one with our family of five and another with our extended family of eleven! No group was too big – we made it through three parks in 2 and 1/2 days and saw and experienced everything!
Here are some tips from First Class Theme Park Tours when planning your Disney vacation:
-Best times to come for good weather and smaller crowds are October, the first week of November (before Teacher’s Convention) and then the time between Teacher’s Convention and Thanksgiving break and the first two weeks of December. Other ideal times to come are: weekdays in January, the first two weeks of February and first two weeks in March (before the spring break crowds).
-We suggest doing afternoon/evening tours for older kids and non-first timers. This way you don’t have to rush in with the morning crowds. It makes for a more of a relaxed day leading up to dinner and fireworks!
– We tailor every tour to each family and it is a VIP experience.
Sit back, relax and let First Class Theme Park Tours guide you to have the ultimate Disney vacation!