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Where can I find the best route to take for resort hopping?

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Q: Is there an app, blog, or article that will tell me the best transportation and route to use for resort hopping?

A: Discovering this answer can be challenging. There are blogs out there that will direct you, but they all seem to say something different. There is an app or two (not Disney sponsored) for WDW transportation, but they are not terribly reliable (which is sad, because so many cities and universities now have apps that will help with transportation – maybe Disney will catch up soon!).

Below are links to some articles I wrote about resort crawls that may help with the transportation question. Generally speaking, you cannot take a WDW transportation bus from one resort to another, nor can you take one from Downtown Disney (Disney Springs) to a park, or vice versa.  So, buses travel from park to resort and back, but not from park to park.

Resorts along the monorail line can be accessed via monorail. And there are ferry boats and Friendship boats that will take you from some resorts to some parks, or in some cases stop at other resorts.

Click the links below to learn how I resort crawl at Walt Disney World:


If you’ve discovered a wonderful route, or a wonderful app to help with this, please share it with us!

I’m Jeri and I’m a Disney Addict!  I’m also a Travel Magician with World of Magic Travel Services, the preferred agency of Chip and Co. and Disney Addicts, and I’d love to help you plan your next visit to any Disney destination, and I’d be happy to help you find the resort you’ll love most or help you visit ALL of them!  You can email me at jeri@worldofmagictravel.com.

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  • […] Resort Hop – There are close to 30 Disney resorts of property and each one offers its own unique theming as well as unique eats. So, a great way to spend a day without a park ticket is checking out resorts that you’re not staying at currently. Check out the larger than life characters at All-Star Movies and Art of Animation. Want to relive the past? Check out Pop Century! Animal Kingdom Lodge has life animals on the savannah that you don’t need to pay extra to see. There’s a geyser at Wilderness Lodge and a campfire with and Hoop Dee Doo Revue at Fort Wilderness Resort. While you’re at the different resorts be sure to check out the food courts and the gift shops! You never know what you’re going to find – it might just change your life. I’m hoping to one day be able to at least see all of the resorts if not stay at them all. […]

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