Disney World is reopening this coming weekend! They are starting their phased reopening with limited crowds. If you are planning to head out to the parks during these new regulated times, you are going to need to keep some things in mind. Here are six ways to have a safer Disney World Experience.
- Purchase masks ahead of time. The last thing you want to do when you get down to Disney World is to be stuck searching or overpaying for a mask. It is also going to be hot so you need to keep in mind the material of your masks as well. You can purchase a big pack of disposable masks, a breathable neck gaiter, a fabric mask or these four packs of cloth masks from Disney.
- Stay Hydrated. Remember it is hot in Florida right now. You are going to feel very warm with the additional mask and it is so important to stay hydrated. You can take some tips from my summer disney survival post!
- Bring Disinfectant Wipes & Your Own Hand Sanitizer. I personally use the Lysol travel pack when I go since it is space-efficient in my bags. They are great for wiping down airplane seats, trays, bathroom handles etc. You are more likely to see these in stores than online currently. I also use Purell wipes too. Don’t rely on just what is in the parks. Instead of waiting in line for hand sanitizer, you can be on the go with your own!
- Pay Attention to Social Distance Markers: These are there for a reason. There will be markers on the ground and in ride ques. Be respectful of the people around you and it will help keep you safe as well.
- Download the My Disney Experience App. This will allow you to mobile order meals and limit your touch encounters with other people.
- Check in to your hotel online 5 days prior to arrival. All you have to do is login to your account. This is a great touchless experience.
Disney World is a magical place and using these six tips will help you have a safe experience. There are going to be hiccups and learning curves for guests and employees so as long as you remember that you will have a good time. If you have questions about your stay, reach out to Disney directly. They will have the best answers for you. Just remember the six best ways to have a safer experience at Disney World!