Planning a Disney Cruise vacation can be overwhelming to navigate. But it doesn’t have to be. I want to share tips and tricks to help make it a little less overwhelming. Fortunately, setting sail on a Disney Cruise is a far less complicated experience than visiting one of the theme parks.
Soak in the sun-drenched beauty of the Caribbean and The Bahamas, with most voyages stopping at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.
Explore the majestic landscape and wildlife of Alaska in a variety of breathtaking destinations.
Discover new Mediterranean and northern Europe itineraries and first-time visits to multiple ports of call.
Embark on an unforgettable Disney cruise to the Caribbean or Bahamas on select dates and take advantage of special savings—available to residents of Florida for a limited time only.
Florida Residents can save 25% on prevailing rates as quoted on disneycruise.com for Category 05A on two 7-night Caribbean Disney Fantasy sailings, 4/21/18 and 4/28/18.
Great Wolf Lodge Partners with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation This Spring to Raise Funds to Fight Pediatric Cancer
This March 9th – April 15th, the annual Spring-a-Palooza is back in a big way! This year, for the first time ever, Great Wolf Lodge is partnering with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to generate funds and raise awareness to help end childhood cancer. Complimentary lemonade has always been included at GWL, but now you can purchase a color-changing cup for $2.50 and 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the charity.
With Funjet, you’re an Insider. The Funjet Insider Circle found a way to make paradise even better: You’ll get the goods you were never expecting. At Funjet Insider Circle resorts, you can live it up with free private transfers, free.
Members of the SeaWorld Orlando Rescue Team traveled to Charleston, S.C. this past week, where in collaboration with multiple organizations and volunteers – they helped save 10 wayward manatees. The manatees were spotted in the upper reaches of the Cooper River, near a warm water outflow area. Historically, manatees move south into warmer waters when