If you’re thinking about taking a trip to beautiful Disney World near Orlando, Florida, you’re not alone! In fact, Walt Disney World receives an average of about 52 million visitors a year, with literally tens of thousands of visitors a day. This is for good reason, of course, because…well, it’s Disney World that we’re talking about, here — the land of magic!
Why Halal Food In Kissimmee?
If you’re new to our blog, you might be thinking to yourself, “That’s great, but what does Walt Disney World have to do with your halal restaurant?” Well, that’s a fair question, and the answer concerns our proximity to major hotels and resorts near Disney World.
Kabab House is proud to be the go-to spot for halal food in Kissimmee just blocks away from Disney resorts. If you eat a strict halal diet, then rest assured that there’s somewhere delicious and verifiability halal to dine!
Those who are thinking about planning a family trip out to Disney World or Universal Studios will find today’s blog post especially helpful. Keep reading below for a few family-friendly vacation planning tips from our Kissimmee halal restaurant!
Planning Your Family Vacation To Disney World
Flying vs Driving
Most people fly into Orlando simply because they live too far away to drive. Naturally, flying is also much easier. However, if you live within a somewhat reasonable driving distance to Disney World, it may be worth your while to put your sanity to the test in the car. By driving, you can bring more of your belongings without paying excess baggage fees. Plus, you’ll save on expensive airfare.
Sunscreen and Other Essentials
Florida gets hot, especially during the summer. If you or anyone in your family is prone to sunburn, make sure you keep it cool with sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, cool, breathable clothing, and of course, a fanny pack.
Nearby Resorts and Hotels vs the Full Disney Experience
When planning just about any trip, the most important details concern where you’re going to stay. The Kissimmee, Orlando and Disney World resort areas offer plenty of places to stay with varying prices. Some hotels are pretty cheap, while other all-inclusive places may cost you an arm and a leg.
Staying further away generally means that your lodging will be cheaper, though you’ll have to wake up early and drive a good bit to embark on the day’s adventures.
Needless to say, there are plenty of great activities to enjoy both inside and outside of Disney World. From museums to theme parks, entertainment venues, and beyond, it’s a good idea to research exactly what it is that you’ll be doing each day. Get a rough itinerary, even if it makes your spouse groan a little bit.
Pro-tip: make sure to book tours and other experiences months in advance.