Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Aug 2, 2010
    Katherine from OR Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi Doug! I'm coming to WDW for my honymoon from 8/17-26 and would like some help with itinerary. We have 10-day PH + water tix. ADR crystal palace 8/18 @ 3:25, cinderella's rt 8/18@9:30pm, jiko 8/19@5:55; pirates&pals 8/22@7:45; la nouba 8/25@9


    What a great place to go for a honeymoon! Romance, fun, relaxation, luxury...the whole boat!

    Two important notes. First, park hop on any day if you are bored, or simply want to go somewhere else. Second, a day without going to a theme park is not necessarily a bad day! Enjoy some resort time, sitting poolside, sleeping in, relaxing, etc.!

    But by day, here is where I would go (with consideration of your Advanced Dining Reservations);

    • August 17 - Magic Kingdom
    • August 18 - Magic Kingdom
    • August 19 - Animal Kingdom (AM) / Epcot (PM)
    • August 20 - Water Park (AM) / Epcot (PM)
    • August 21 - Animal Kingdom (AM) / Downtown Disney (PM)
    • August 22 - Hollywood Studios
    • August 23 - Animal Kingdom (AM) / Water Park (PM)
    • August 24 - Epcot
    • August 25 - Hollywood Studios
    • August 26 - Magic Kingdom
    Focus more on evening Extra Magic Hours, less on morning ones. Basic logic is that you can stay up, kids can't (or shouldn't!).

    As for water parks, I would start a day at the parks, then move on to the listed parks. With the exception of the Animal Kingdom day. On that day go to the park directly, as animal activity is better in the morning.

    Please send me more questions if I can help more!

    Have a magical vacation!

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