In Orlando, there's so much to see and do that has been created with young children in mind. From live entertainment, fun family rides to colorful fireworks, families traveling in Orlando with little ones can have the time of their lives. Family travel expert Kendra Thornton shares some great tips on how to properly plan ahead and to make the most out of your visit to Orlando with your toddler.
Orlando's theme parks are exciting places for both adults and little ones, but sometimes all of these options can often seem overwhelming. Here are some of Kendra's top tips for planning when traveling to Orlando with preschoolers.
#1. Planning out family vacations can be a lot of fun but one of the biggest traps of family travel is to over schedule your itinerary of fun activities. Kendra recommends planning ahead to save time and money but plan accordingly.
#2. Be flexible when planning your things to do. Leave some wiggle room for exploration, discovery and those moments of unexpected fun and make the trip more enjoyable for everyone.
#3. Don't forget to also make room for some down time. A quick dip in the hotel pool, a sand castle or two and a refreshing snack can be just the recharge needed for the entire family.
Whether it's your child's first visit or you're celebrating a special birthday, no matter what your plans Orlando's theme parks have special ways to help you celebrate your visit. Stop by the guest relations location inside our theme parks and ask about ways to customize your special occasion celebration.
Kendra's tips for traveling with young children will help you make the most out of this special time together. Check out our Activities and Tips for Toddlers in Orlando for more information, ride height requirements and theme park planning tips.