Animal Kingdom Safari
  • On Feb 9, 2022
    Brittany from GA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We have 2 Day (1 theme park per day) tickets. I realize we cant go to multiple parks on the same day, but can we go to two different parks on two different days or does it need to be the same park both days?

    Hey there, Brittany! Welcome to planDisney!

    Can you believe that your trip to Walt Disney World is only days away? At least on your voyage you’ll be basking in the magic of Walt Disney World and not stuck trying to whip Maui into shape! And since we are talking Moana, make sure to catch the new Disney Adventure Friends Cavalcade in Magic Kingdom Park! This new enchanted offering will feature the most characters of any cavalcade to date - including Moana - and opens tomorrow.

    Brittany, you do not have to have to visit the same Theme Park for both of your ticket days. But you can if you want! After entering Magic Kingdom Park on your first day, you may immediately find that the Cinderella Castle view warrants two full days to soak it all in. Most Guests - myself included - like to use the multi-day tickets to visit different Theme Parks. My family looks forward to visiting Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park on each Disney Vacation, so if we hit Magic Kingdom Park on our first park day, you will surely find us riding Kilimanjaro Safaris in Animal Kingdom on the second day. 

    Be sure to make Disney Park Pass reservations if you haven’t already. You will need a Theme Park reservation for each day you plan to visit the parks. 

    I hope this helps, Brittany! The magic awaits!

    To Infinity and Beyond, 

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