When vacationing in Walt Disney World, you are likely very well aware that there are many different ways to pass the time. While many people come to Walt Disney World and spend the entire vacation in the four parks that comprise Walt Disney World, there are also other options as to where you can spend your time. A good example of a place where you can go which is inside of Walt Disney World but is not inside of the parks are the golf courses, water parks, and sports complexes. You can have a wonderful and diverse vacation at Walt Disney World by purchasing the Magic Your Way with Water Park Fun & More Option ticket.
This ticket will allow the holder to enter one park per person per day as well as participate in a water park, golf course, or sports complex of their liking. You can choose which additional entertainments you would like to use while holding the ticket. You are not limited to only visiting the water park, or only going to the golf course. With a four-day Magic Your Way with Water Park Fun & More Option in hand, you have plenty of options to make your vacation diverse and exciting.
We always recommend that people who are purchasing bulk Walt Disney World tickets make a park itinerary before they head out. Having a general idea about what you would like to do in Walt Disney World is a good idea. This way you are not stressed out before you leave. To help you in this process, we have included a sample itinerary that would be good for somebody who has purchased the Magic Your Way with Water Park Fun & More Option ticket.
- Day 1. Spend your first day at Walt Disney World by checking out Disney’s Hollywood Studios. After spending some time checking out Muppets 3-D and the Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular, make sure that you head out for the afternoon to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. This is a great way to learn more about the magic of movies and also get in a bit of a cool-down at the end of the day.
- Day 2. Your second day at Walt Disney World should include a stop at Disney’s Animal Kingdom so that you can get an up close and personal look at some of the most exotic animals in the world. After lunch, consider heading to Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course to enjoy a wonderful nine holes of perfection.
- Day 3. No Visit Walt Disney World is complete without checking out Epcot. After taking advantage of the World Showcase and going around the world, you can head to Future World to learn more about exciting discoveries and innovations in our time. After, head to DisneyQuest so that you and your family can enjoy a wide variety of attractions and games.
- Day 4. Check out the Magic Kingdom on your last day in Walt Disney World. Once you have had your fill of Mickey Mouse, you can finish out your time in the parks by going to Blizzard Beach to check out an amazing waterpark and leave Walt Disney World in style.