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"YOU HAVE TO GET LOST BEFORE YOU CAN BE FOUND."

Jeff Rasley

Planning your dream Disney vacation starts with you answering a few important questions:

  • What magical experiences do you want to have? 

  • Which hotel at Disney would you like to stay?  

  • How long to visit?

  • What is the best theme park ticket option?  

  • Dining Plan or not?

  • What is your budget?

MouseTrekker can help you answer these questions and more. 

Disney World creates magic year round with different festivals and parties.  Spring brings the International Flower and Garden Festival, Fall brings Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and the Food and Wine Festival. Don't forget the decorations for the holidays including Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and Holidays Around the World.  For those health enthusiasts, Disney brings the Wine and Dine Half-marathon, Disney World marathon and the Princess Half-marathon.  The experiences are endless.

There are over a dozen hotels on Disney property starting with a camp ground and ending with over water bungalows and pricing everywhere in between. To see more about Disney hotels, click here.

Your days visiting Disney World will be filled with all the magical experiences you want.  Consider how many days you will need to enjoy it all and MouseTrekker will  make sure your time is planned accordingly to make the most of your visit.

Ticket options include single park, park hopper option and water parks fun and more option. For more information about tickets, click here.

You can purchase hotels and tickets in a Magic My Way package.  You can also add a Disney Dining Plan if you prefer.  This creates a vacation with everything included in one price.  All you need to do is pick your travel dates and show up.  For more information on available dining and other packages, click here.

Last, but most important is your budget.  MouseTrekker is here to help plan your magical Disney experience without breaking the bank.