Looking to create the ultimate vacation by combining the magic of Disney Cruise Line and the enchantment of Walt Disney World Resort? It’s easy to spend time at Walt Disney World Resort if you plan on departing from or arriving in Port Canaveral, Florida on a Disney Cruise—it’s approximately an hour-long drive away!
From relaxing adult time to unforgettable family activities, Disney Cruise Line itineraries offer fun and relaxation for everyone! Choose from a variety of departure days to set sail on a tropical voyage aboard the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy or Disney Wonder.
Next, extend your vacation by visiting Walt Disney World Resort—experience your favorite attractions, entertainment and non-stop fun at the parks you love! Convenient transfers can be arranged to take you to and from Port Canaveral, Walt Disney World Resort and Orlando International Airport. With a big blue ocean to explore and four amazing theme parks, your enchanted vacation awaits!
For booking a land and sea vacation, you’ll need to make two separate reservations; one for your Disney Cruise and one for Walt Disney World Resort. Since Disney Cruise Line itineraries are pre-set, I would choose your cruise dates and itinerary first and then book your Walt Disney World Resort dates around that. You can visit the Walt Disney World Resort before or after your Disney Cruise. I personally recommend booking the land portion of your vacation before the sea portion. You get all the excitement of the Walt Disney World Resort followed by the relaxation of the Disney Cruise.
Both land and sea portions of your vacation can be booked online or by phone. As a travel agent with Amazing Magical Adventures, I can also help you plan and book a magical land and sea vacation! My services are complimentary and I will do as little or as much planning as you’d like. Contact me today to get started planning your next magical adventure!
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