How to Make Disney Solo Trips Less Scary and Why You Should Do One

Disney vacations are perfect for making family memories, right? So who would think that a Disney trip would also be perfect for solo travelers?

Actually, solo trips to Disney are easier and more enjoyable than ones at most other places.

I do a lot of solo travel (as a single, young adult) to both Disney and other destinations, and often get a lot of questions about how I do it from people saying they are scared or nervous to do a solo trip.

There’s no reason to be nervous – it actually is really nice!

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Only One Day at Disney World? Here’s How to Create Your Game Plan

The most common question I see posted on social media and that gets asked to me in person is “I’m going to Disney for just one day, how do I make the most of it? What should I do?” The reason for only having one day is not so relevant, but it’s usually do having other trip plans, only being in the area for a short time, or cost.

The first thing to do is accept that you will not see everything, even in one park, during your one-day visit to the happiest and most magical place on Earth. You can come close, and you can see the most important/highlight attractions in a park and even in multiple parks.

Here’s how I would approach a game plan and what I advise others when they ask this common question.

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