Walt Disney World Resort WOW Experience!

There are so many things in Walt Disney World that are strange, but the experience is useful on the cake. Plan at least one or two more excursions to make your stay unique, a lifetime memory.

Let's take the Epcot 5.7 million gallon aquarium in The Seas with Nemo & Friends with over 65 kinds of marine life, including sharks, turtles, rays of rays, and various tropical fish. With DiveQuest you will become part of the program and enjoy the guaranteed calm seas, with no current and unlimited visibility. Even more fun, family and friends can see diving in the giant acrylic windows of the aquarium. Guests must be at least 10 years old and must provide evidence of the SCUBA qualification. $ 175. Call 407 / WDW TOUR for information.

If an ocean is a little too intimidating, learn "Hang 10" by experts in a safe and controlled environment in the Typhoon lagoon with up to six feet or four threaded waves for surfing. The lessons begin before the park's opening hours so guests have to park their car in the park as the buses are not enough and run early in the morning. It is recommended on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for $ 150. Participants must be at least eight years old and have strong floats. Up to thirteen people per class, with surfboards. Call (407) WDW-PLAY or (407) 939-7529 for bookings.

Celebrate the Special Day
Take a cruise ship aboard a particularly memorable birthday cruise on Disney waterways, along with guide, bag packs, and drinks. They are in Walt Disney World's ports or around Disney's waterways. Ships can pick up to eight for $ 275 or $ 32 for $ 325 with banners, balloons, ice creams, cakes and a banner offered at a premium. Call (407) WDW-BDAY or (407) 939-2329 for bookings.

Get the Royal Treatment
Talk to the Luxury for Kids! Little princesses and princes who enjoy dressed in all their dresses in Garden View lounge at Grand Floridian with Princess Aurora with singing, storytelling and parade, each for $ 250 for a prince (a child and an adult). Each little princess gets a tiara and a Disney Girl Princess Aurora doll; the little princes receive a crown and bear. Children should be accompanied by an adult who only receives tea. You can call 180 days before calling (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463. Adults can participate in their own high tea here sans tiara and every hoopla 2: 00-4: 30 with a wide selection of teas, scones, tarts, trifle, pound cake, pie, tea sandwiches and of course sparkling wine. Come at 15:00 when the tea is entertained by live entertainment in the Grand Lobby.

Hit the Water
The real action leader at the Contemporary Resort, where watering, kneeling, wakeboarding and boating cost 165 dollars per hour including ship, driver and instruction (up to five guests). Morning Driving Personal Water Sports Excursions to the Gulf of Lake and the Seven Seas Lagoon or Afternoon Free Style Personal water sports fun in a roped-off area with three football fields at $ 135 per hour for a water sports device that can hold up to three people together under 400 pounds (only four personal water sports equipment are available on the water at one time). Regular flying packages cost $ 95 per flight and $ 170 a tandem, including eight to ten minutes in the air and a 450-foot long line. Premium packages start at $ 1 for a dollar and $ 195 for a tandem, including ten to twelve minutes in the air and a 600-foot long line. Participants must have a minimum of 130 pounds and a maximum weight of 330 pounds. For reservations, call (407) 939-0754.
Treasure Hunting
Children of four to ten years leave their own pint size boats, their hat-tailed pirate caps and the Grand Floridian harbor to sail the Seven Seas Lagoon. Each "harbor", the surrounding Magic Kingdom resorts, is a new treasure hunt waiting for all the prey shared among the adventurers. Albatross Treasure Cruise is located in the Yacht and Beach Club. $ 36 per child. Call (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463 for bookings.

Get your own boat
For the perfect luxury, the charter Disney 52-foot Sea Ray Sedan Bridge yacht at Grand I, Grand Floridian harbor, is perfect for pampered VIP guests. For the morning shooting, sunset cruising, or the ultimate viewing site of the Wishes fireworks show, Grand I includes its own captain and deck where up to eighteen people can fit. Perhaps in the perfect, elegant evening, the sunset includes a gourmet dinner with a private butler service and a sparkling wine while watching the extravagance of the fireworks. If you have a big party, you must have balloons and drinks, as an ornate dinner is only available to three or fewer people.

Or take part in an afternoon hike to explore the nearby Seven Seas Lagoon and the Gulf Ponds, where you can enjoy a lot of snacks: sail on the romantic Polynesian and the large Floridian Beach. look at the geyser on the shore of Wilderness Lodge and watch the parade around the Contemporary Resort. The fund costs $ 520 per hour. Call (407) 824-2682 for bookings and information.

Experience Culinary Holidays
At the Victoria & Albert chef's desk, Disney Grand-Floridian Resort Chef Scott Hunnell prepares the resident for you only. The table, which occupies one-tenth of a seat, is located in the restaurant's kitchen, but it is yours only, without having to divide it. Up to thirteen courses are offered in four hours, according to each taste. If you are smart, you can assign each of the courses to the wine cakes, which are paired with a specially selected vintage.

Wilderness Back Trail Adventure is a Disney Wilderness Back Trail Adventure experience of Florida's natural beauty on the Segway X2, on a treadmill with off-road tires, a two-hour ride around Ft. Wilderness and Wilderness Lodge. Begin with a short workout that will be followed by numerous hiking, staging visits and a quick trip across the Wilderness Lodge, with foliage and wildlife. Costs per person are $ 90; call 407-WDW-TOUR or (407) 939-8687 for bookings.

Take a Tea with Alice
Kids just love the Wonderland Tea Party at Grand Floridian Resort, featured in Alice in Wonderland characters. The one hour event includes games, story-telling, sandwiches and apple juice "tea", as well as your own photos with special hosts. For children up to four and twelve. Monday to Friday is at 14:00 for $ 43. Call (407) WDW-DINE, or (407) 939-3463 for reservations.

Sailing on a Fireworks Cruise
Departing from the Yacht Club and Magic Kingdom Resorts ports, fireworks in Magic Kingdom or Epcot Illuminations- in. Anchor at the perfect viewing venue for Magic Kingdom or the Epcot International Gateway Bridge just a few minutes before the spectacular launches of the night and you'll set it up. Nothing is as magical as the scene over the glazing water, along with Disney's best fireworks shows. Drinks, drinks and bags are included, but wine tasting, champagne, tomatoes, cheese and fruit juice, dessert, and even chocolate-coated strawberries can be ordered before your private meal. The ships are up to eight dollars for $ 292 or ten for $ 346. Call (407) WDW-PLAY or (407) 939-7529.

Those who love the story of Peter Pan, Pirates and Pals Fireworks Voyage occupy a place in the harbor in the Contemporary Resort. Upon arrival snacks and drinks are served by Captain Hook and Mr. Smee, who joins the fun of a meeting and greetings. Then go out on board a hairy pirate named Patch, the leader of unforeseen water on the Seven Seas Lagoon, who runs the singer and Disney trivia games. Return to the mainland after viewing the wishes of a fireworks show there is a surprise visit by Peter Pan, ready to take a photo and sign autographs. No private cruise is recommended on Friday for $ 54 per adult per month and $ 34 per child up to 3-9 years. Call (407) WDW-PLAY or (407) 939-7529.

Wet the Line
Cut a line on Disney's private bass fishing excursions. Angle for tropical-sized catches on the Walt Disney World ponds and canals along with a 21 meter Tracker pontoon that holds five people or a championship-style Nitro Bass boat for one or two people. This is the perfect opportunity to get home home with a good fish story he has acquired. $ 235 (in the afternoon) and $ 270 (in the morning) two hours of excursions; $ 455 for breakfast for four-hour trips. Call (407) WDW-PLAY or (407) 939-7529.

Source by Cara Goldsbury