A trip to Disney World is often a once lifetime. Disney is so far away, or simply so expensive to visit, that it makes it hard to visit frequently.
Maybe you found us because you have heard horror stories about people visiting Disney, spending thousands of dollars, and only riding a handful of rides? Or perhaps you are looking at the Disney vacation price tag, and want to make sure that you get as much "bang for the buck" as possible.
Whatever your reasons, you have come to the right place for help. You don't have to spend hours and hours researching to have a good time at Walt Disney World. Instead, you can sit back and let a professional help you out!
Think about it. Even a relatively short trip at a value resort can cost over two thousand dollars. If you start looking at special experiences, parties, princess makeovers the price tag jumps up quickly. How much is a little peace of mind worth to you?
For just $49, you can have a "Professional Disney Nut" take a look at your travel plans and offer you advice based on extensive experience and research. This advice will cover many areas, such as where to stay while visiting Disney, what parks to visit on each given day of your trip, general strategies for touring each park, dining suggestions, advice on how to get around Disney World, and much more. This is not some cookie-cutter, "one size fits all" plan, but is instead created with your specific group in mind - your group's size, your interests, your budget, and your touring style are all taken into consideration.
Can you do this all yourself? Sure, there are wonderful books available, as well as services that will give you crowd projection calendars, recommended days, and pages upon pages of advice. If you are truly dedicated, you can join a Disney forum and ask questions. Or you can use our website and it's many resources to help you plan your dream Disney Vacation.
Then again, how much is your time worth? Unless you yourself have a great love for Disney World already, or you enjoy spending hours in research and formulating plans, isn't $49 a small price to pay in light of what you have invested in this trip?
So what are you waiting for?