Skyliner
  • On Feb 7, 2022
    Janet from MA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is there taxi service from resorts to another resort? Say Caribbean Beach to Kidani?

    Hello Janet, and welcome to planDisney! Thank you so much for stopping by with your question! 

    I love answering questions like yours because it allows me to talk about one of my favorite things: transportation! Growing up in the mid-Atlantic, we had trains, planes and automobiles, but we didn't have anything like Guest Transportation at Walt Disney World Resort! I remember being around 5-years-old, and while most kids were waiting for autographs from Mickey and his pals, my autograph book was reserved explicitly for bus, monorail, tram and boat drivers! Something magical to a kid to see one person taking so many Guests to their destinations, I suppose! 

    Now to your question, there isn't an official Disney taxi service between resorts, but you have plenty of options to make a trip from the low-slung, laid-back, tropical vibes of Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort to Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas - Kidani Village with its lush surroundings, exquisite views of savannahs, and  more than 30 species of African animals! Oh, and the great dining options at both! Sounds like someone's got a hankering for the bread service from Sanaa...

    It's me. I'm someone. 

    In the order of quickest to "most likely to get your Wilderness Explorer's badge" here are three ways you and your party can make the journey: 

    • Local Taxi - While there's no official Disney Guest Transportation to take you directly between resorts, local central Florida taxi companies can come pick you up at one hotel and drop you off at another. 
    • Rideshare - Both Uber and Lyft also offer a convenient way to get around Walt Disney World Resort, and I can attest that if you need to get somewhere fast - whether that's to a dining reservation at a different Walt Disney World Resort Collection hotel or just a more private option to get to any of the parks! This is especially helpful if you're looking to get to the parks early for "rope drop."
    • The "planDrew-Approved, multiple modes of Guest Transportation and scenic route exploration" (working title) - If you're not in a rush to an early or late dining reservation, you can set a course for adventure by taking Disney Skyliner from the Caribbean Beach Resort hub station to Disney's Hollywood Studios! It's a quick, direct "flight" over to the park with great views of the Hollywood Tower of Terror from your gondola! Then, you can check the bus stop directory to find out which numbered stop you'll use to board a bus to Kidani Village! This is such a fun way to experience multiple transportation options, and about as direct as you can get - AND it's included in your vacation, so more money for souvenirs or snacks!
    So whether you decide to take the shortest distance between two points, or do a two-point stop and go, you can be on your way and there in no time! Have another two resorts you're looking to travel between? Just ask a Cast Member - but now you've got the inside track on a fun way to get around! 

    Thank you again Janet, for shuttling my way with your question! I can't wait for you to experience all there is to do during "The World's Most Magical Celebration!" If you have any other questions, feel free to drop us a line again here at planDisney! 

    Adventure is out there! 

    Andrew

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Meet the Panelist: Andrew, Missouri

Anchors aweigh! I’m Andrew - but you can call me PLANdrew! I’m a Disney husband and dad who’s been sailing with Disney Cruise Line since I was 15 years old. My family and I have embarked on incredible itineraries around the world, making magical memories on each exciting adventure. So, if “the line where the sky meets the sea calls you," I’m here to be your guide! As Maui would say, “You’re Welcome!” Learn More About Andrew

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