If you follow my blog, then you know I posted earlier about March Spring Break and some great options. A very popular time is April, so as promised — here is Spring Break planning: Part 2! The goal is simple: give you some great options and go ahead and get Spring Break planned and checked off your list. You have more options and better pricing, when you plan it early and while it may seem far away right now, once the holidays get closer time begins to fly.
I know school just started for some and Spring Break seems very far away, but it will be here before you know it. I know planning Spring Break can seem overwhelming at times and just trying to think of ideas is difficult too. If you feel this way, then this post is for you. I find September and October are the best months to start planning Spring Break. You will have more availability for your options, better pricing and also the satisfaction of checking that off your daunting to do list before the holidays are upon us. The best part is I can help you with all of it and it will cost you the exact same if you did all the hard work yourself.
Ready to plan your Fall vacation 2020? Ever wanted to sail away on a Christmas or Halloween themed cruise? Then these itineraries are for you! Opening day rates are always the BEST time to book! Contact me today with any questions or information on booking. Happy sailing!
All itineraries are listed at the bottom of this blog with the explanations and descriptions listed here. My services are always complimentary with any booking and it will cost you the exact same for me to help you with your trip as it will for you to book direct with Disney and have to do everything yourself.
June 10, 2019: Platinum Members
June 11, 2019: Platinum and Gold Members
June 12, 2019: Platinum, Gold and Silver Members
June 13, 2019: All Guests
Ready to plan your summer vacation 2020? Ever wanted to see Greece or Alaska? Then these itineraries are for you! Opening day rates are always the BEST time to book! Contact me today with any questions or information on booking. Happy sailing!
All itineraries are listed at the bottom of this blog with the explanations and descriptions listed here. 2020 has some exciting new itineraries including a double dip at Castaway Cay for the Disney Fantasy on a 3-night sailing!!
If you have been to Castaway Cay, you’ve likely noticed the ever coveted cabanas. These are one of the hottest items of any Disney Cruise Line stop at their private island in The Bahamas.
What makes them so popular? Mainly the luxury of having an amazing “home base”, but also for larger families, this is a great price for what all is included.
So what do you get with a cabana rental? Currently you will get Continue reading “Castaway Cay Cabanas”
If you have never been on a Disney Cruise, the first thing you are bound to notice is the price. Yes, Disney Cruise Line is a more expensive cruise line. For first time cruisers, it is difficult to understand why they are more expensive and the nondescript answer: “Because it is Disney” is often given. I know it is probably the most frustrating answer to someone who really wants to understand what they are getting when they pay the cruise fare. Yes, “because it is Disney” is true, but Continue reading “What’s included in a Disney Cruise Line fare?”