2021 Walt Disney World® Resort vacation packages are now available to book for the following Disney Resort hotels:
Not currently available for booking are Animal Kingdom Lodge, Port Orleans French Quarter, Port Orleans Riverside, Wilderness Lodge, All Star Sports, All Star Movies, and All Star Music Resorts. Additionally, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, and several other areas are not yet scheduled for reopening. Dining packages remain unavailable. Good Neighbor Hotels will not be available until June 28, 2020.
Normal terms and conditions for final payments, cancellations and change fees will apply for all 2021 vacation bookings. Remember, booking a 2021 package does not guarantee theme park availability, as the park reservation system will still be in effect.
I'll be quoting 2021 packages for the remainder of the day! Remember to contact me to get a quote today! Due to an overwhelming amount of requests, please allow 24-48 hours for a response to quote requests at this time.
Park touring is going to be quite different for a while. Here are 5 items that I've added to my clients' packing checklists for 2021 and 2022 vacations!
1. Face Coverings
Simply put, if you want to tour the parks, you'll need a mask or another type of face covering for everyone ages 2+ in your party. I highly recommend packing at least 2 per person per day in your park bag. Unexpected rainstorms, water rides, and sweat will make wearing the same mask for an entire day pretty miserable. Having an extra will ensure that you and your family have extras in case any masks are lost or damaged. You'll likely be able to purchase these in the parks, but I highly doubt you'll want to keep shelling out cash every time you need a spare mask! These disposable masks on Amazon are a great value! For more tips about masks, be sure to follow these tips. For mask-wearing advice for kids, click here!
2. Ziploc Bags
I've long been including gallon size bags on my lists for wet clothes and for keeping items safe on water rides, but stick some sandwich bags in there, too. Why? Those face coverings from #1, of course! You'll be able to take them off while you eat, but what do you do with those masks then? You won't want to stick them in a purse or park bag! Grab a few sandwich-sized bags to stick your masks in while you dine. An assorted pack of Ziplocs is the way to go!
3. Hand Sanitizer
Okay, so this is another one that I always recommend, but this is now an absolute MUST HAVE in your park bag for obvious reasons! Grab these Purell travel sized options that you can attach to a bag or purse so that you don't have to go digging for it every time. There will be increased sanitizer stations throughout the park, but it never hurts to have your own! (Plus, Universal's hand sanitizer smells a little rough. You'll want your own, trust me.)
4. Disinfecting Wipes
While the parks and resorts have absolutely stepped up their game in terms of disinfecting surfaces, you can never be too careful! Grab a travel-size of Clorox wipes and wipe down tables, etc. before you sit down! I also recommend doing this with your tray table on planes or even wiping down high touch areas in your hotel room.
5. Portable Charger
It's more important than ever to have a charged phone in the parks. Not only can you check your My Disney Experience or Universal Orlando app for reservations or virtual queues, you'll also need to use it for mobile food ordering, looking up menus, and for constantly updated information. This rose gold beauty is the one that I have, and I can't recommend it enough!
My clients all receive a full custom packing checklist. If you're ready for more travel and packing tips, contact me to get more information!