On the fence about rebooking your cancelled Disney trip? Want to have something to look forward to when the Disney parks open their gates again? Bored of social media being your only tie to Disney right now?
Although we don’t know exactly what the Disneyland and Disney World experiences will look like on reopening day, one thing is certain: a Disney trip is the best thing you can do for yourself in a post-social distancing world. Here’s why!
You deserve to feel like a kid again.
Whether you’re a parent suddenly thrown into homeschooling this March, a furloughed worker, or a newly remote employee, adulting has gotten tougher than usual over the past few months. Planning a Disney Resort vacation is sure to make you feel like a child again, from meeting Mickey Mouse to taking castle selfies at the Magic Kingdom.
Don’t we all deserve some childlike wonder in our lives when we emerge from this pandemic era?
The parks probably won’t be crowded.
Current projections indicate that Disney Parks attendance isn’t likely to normalize for a couple of years following the current global health situation. However, Disney executives, including Bob Iger, have already stated that Guest safety is their number one concern upon reopening.
Since you can trust that special security measures will be in-place to keep you safe at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, visiting a Disney theme park just after quarantine regulations are lifted should allow you to enjoy the parks without the usual crowds.
The Disney Parks reopening will be historic.
No term has become such an integral part of modern vernacular as quickly as “social distancing.” We’re living in an unprecedented time that we will remember for the rest of our lives. Future generations will undoubtedly look back on the pandemic outbreak as a period of cultural change.
The current pandemic marks the first time in history that all six Disney theme parks (plus Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Disney World’s military resort, and all Disney Vacation Club properties) have been closed simultaneously. Booking a post-pandemic Disney trip is a great way to commemorate the Disney Parks’ historic reopening!
Disney magic will be alive and well!
There’s nothing like a little Disney magic to boost spirits after a difficult time (and social isolation has been difficult for us all!) Even though Disney fans and officials alike have been working hard to bring the magic home, there’s nothing that can compare to the first whiff of scents on Main Street U.S.A. after Rope Drop.
If you’re on the fence about whether or not you should book a Disney trip after social distancing requirements are lifted, it’s time to “Let It Go,” as Elsa would say, and give the Cast Members a chance to give your family something magical to look forward to!
Don’t want to deal with the hassle of booking?
Let the experts at Academy Travel help you plan your family’s dream DLR or WDW vacation! Although both U.S. Disney parks are currently set to remain closed until further notice, resorts at Disneyland and Disney World are accepting reservations beginning June 1. Plus, the experts at Academy Travel can work to get you the best deal on your vacation, saving you as much money possible, and their services are completely free. Contact them today for a free quote and to book your next trip to the Happiest or Most Magical Place on Earth.