Sara’s Snippets – February 6, 2013 – Coping with Crowds Part 1

Greetings fellow Mouse Fans!

President's Day is coming up soon and with it, the beginning of the busier season at Walt Disney World. School breaks are scattered through out the period between President's Day and the end of April which means higher crowd levels! 

Fear not! There are many ways to cope with higher crowd levels and still have an amazing, relaxing vacation. I'll be sharing some of my favorite tips with you over the next few blogs. My tips assume that you already have a trip planned for the busy season. By all means, if you can plan for a slower time of year, I highly recommend it! 

The first thing to do is to get a grasp on what the crowd levels are predicted to be during your stay. And the best place to do this is www.TouringPlans.com. TouringPlans.com and it's companion app – Lines – are must have tools when trying to make the most of your park time. For a small annual subscription fee, you get access to crowd calendars, touring plans, and much, much more. 

Knowing what to expect is half the battle! Check out the Crowd Calendars for your trip and choose your itinerary accordingly. What's that? You don't have an itinerary? Stick with me kids, that's next. 

Be well and make magic wherever you go!

Sara Varney
Travel Planner

Crowd Levels on February 4, 2013 (Photo Courtesy of Leslie Henson)

About Sara V

Sara Varney is a Travel Planner for MEI & Mouse Fan Travel. She is also Co-Host of the PassPorter Moms Podcast and the Editor of PassPorter News. You can follow her on Twitter at PassPorterMomSV.
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