Thursday, March 29, 2012

Merida from ‘Brave’ is Coming to Disney Parks

The Disney Pixar movie "Brave" opens in theaters on June 22, and the main character, Merida will be coming to both Walt Disney World and Disneyland for interactive meet & greets!

We reported back in February that she would be coming to Disney's Hollywood Studios; however, plans have changed and today the Disney Parks Blog announced that she will be taking over Rapunzel's current spot of the Fairytale Garden in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.  You will be invited to engage in archery lessons and other activities until it's your turn to meet Merida.

In Disneyland Park, Merida will be located near it's a small world in Fantasyland, where again, you will be able to participate in various activities and become a part of her clan.

In both locations Merida will be joined by the three bear cubs from the film, who will be up to lots of silly antics!

Walt Disney World concept art 

Disneyland concept art

At Walt Disney World Rapunzel will be relocated to a new location on the outskirts of Adventureland.

Rumors are saying Rapunzel will eventually end up near Peter Pan in Fantasyland, in a new Rapunzel themed area, with her tower, where the old Skyway building/Fantasyland Stroller Parking used to be (between the Peter Pan queue and it's a small world).  Rumors are also saying Flynn Ryder will once again join her for the meet & greets!

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Universal / Islands of Adventure Theme Park Tickets

Looking to spend a day at Universal / Islands of Adventure on your upcoming Walt Disney World trip? If so, let your Mouse World Travel Agent know and they will assist you!

There are several options available, some of the most popular include transfers - so no need to rent a car or arrange for car service! Here are the details:

Ticket Information:
  • 1-day/2-Park with transfers: Adults $129.99, or chid (3-9) $122.99 (plus tax) 
  • 2-day/2-Park with transfers: Adults $152.99, or child (3-9) $139.99 (plus tax) 
  • Pick up your theme park tickets at a Will Call Kiosk in front of both Universal Studios Florida and Universal's Islands of Adventure. At the Kiosk, for verification purposes you will be prompted to swipe the credit card used during your purchase, enter the confirmation number you will be provided on your email receipt, and print your tickets. Tickets can also be picked up at Guest Services if there is a problem with the machine, but only by the person who's name the tickets are under. 

Transfer Information:

  • Transfers are provided by Mears Transportation. 
  • Transfer service is not available between the hours of 10:00am and 3:00pm. 
  • You will receive an Electronic transfer coupon with this purchase. You must present a valid photo ID with your transfer coupon at the time of pick-up from your hotel. 
  • Transfer time varies by hotel, but it is approximately 30 minutes each way 

Transfer Schedule:

  • To Universal Orlando Resort: Pick-up time will be determined by calling Mears Transportation at 407-423-5566 at least 24-hours in advance to arrange your pick-up time from the hotel. Transfer service is not available between the hours of 10:00am and 3:00pm.
  • From Universal Orlando Resort: Pick-up time with Mears can be arranged when making your initial reservation or by calling Mears from the parks a minimum of 3 hours prior to your desired pick-up time.


  • The above Admission Media is non-refundable, non-transferable, and must be used by the same person on all days. 
  • Valid only during normal operating hours. 
  • Parks, attractions, or entertainment may: close due to refurbishing, capacity, weather or special events; change operating hours; and otherwise change or be discontinued without notice and without liability to the owners of Universal Orlando ® Resort. 
  • The above Admission Media specifically excludes admission to separately ticketed events at either of the Universal theme parks or within any of the CityWalk venues. Some CityWalk venues require ages 21 or older for admission. 
  • Does not include admission to AMC Universal Cineplex 20 or the Blue Man Group Show. 
  • Additional restrictions may apply and benefits are subject to change without notice. 
  • Due to the popularity of our new attractions like The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ at Universal's Islands of Adventure® and Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit® at Universal Studios®, we recommend you purchase at least a 2-Day Ticket with park-to-park access. 

There are many other ticketing options, 1-Day/1-Park, Multple-Day, including Sea World or Wet n' Wild, and more. Contact your Mouse World Travel Agent for more information!!

Thursday, March 22, 2012

All About the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a salon that will transform your little girl into a Disney Princess with make-up, manicures and a hair style.  (and there is even a little something for boys!)

In the following article we will explore the various packages and prices so you can easily decide which package would be a perfect add-on to your vacation!

The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique has two locations at Walt Disney World: Downtown Disney in the World of Disney Store, and in Cinderella's Castle in the Magic Kingdom (admission required).

Your child will be assigned to a Fairy Godmother in Training to transform her into a beautiful Princess!

Both locations give you the same options for packages:

Knight Package: hair-styling and the child is given a sword and shield (generally aimed for young boys, but open to anyone)

Coach Package: hair-styling, shimmering make-up, Princess sash: $54.95

Crown Package: hair-styling, shimmering make-up, manicure, Princess sash: $59.95

**New** Courtyard Package: hair-styling, shimmering make-up, manicure, Princess sash, facial gems, Princess bag, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique t-shirt and tutu.  (t-shirts available in both youth and adult sizes, tutu only in small and medium): $89.95

Castle Package: hair-styling, shimmering make-up, manicure, Princess sash, Princess costume with shoes, crown, wand and image package (1-6x8 and 4-4x6 photos in a themed photo holder): $189.95 - $139.95 (price varies on costume choice)

There are three hair-styles to choose from in each package:

Disney Diva: Hair is pulled back, a small hairpiece is added and teased, then hair is decorated with accessories.

Pop Princess: A funky look with braids, a colorful hairpiece and Mickey clips.

Fairytale Princess: Hair is put into a bun on top of the head with a tiara.

To participate in the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique children must be 3 years old.  Their hair must be clean, free of all styling products and barrettes, with no tangles.  Fingernails must not have any polish or decals on them. The scalp must be free and clear of any irritations for the last 30 days.

You also must bring your own brush or comb.

The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is incredibly popular, so reservations are strongly encouraged for both locations!  Contact your Mouse World Travel Agent up to 180 days in advance.  A credit card guarantee is required at booking, and a $10 no-show penalty will apply, or for a cancellation under 24 hours in advance.

Parents are encouraged to enjoy the transformation with their child, and there is also a PhotoPass Photographer on hand.

The Disney Diva hair-style

The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique can also be found at Disneyland - in Fantasyland, just behind Sleeping Beauty's Castle in the Disneyland Park (admission required), and on Disney Cruise Line's newest ship, the Disney Fantasy.

If you are looking for something more for your little guy, keep checking back to our blog for information about Pirate's League!

Thanks to Mouse World Travel Agent Jennifer Dowling for information and use of pictures!!

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Disney Dining - Adult Style

by Deb Tokarski

I love, love, love going to the Walt Disney World® Resort…more so now that I go as an adult or in an all adult group, as opposed to when I was a child or traveling with children. Not that Disney is not for children, it certainly is, but Walt Disney World® dining with adults, well let‘s just say…“It‘s a Whole New World.”

The dining options (and excellent chefs) at the Walt Disney World® Resort couldn‘t be more enjoyable! Here are a few of my favorite adult dining destinations:

Narcoossee’s, located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, has a timeless eloquence, beautiful surroundings and an excellent menu of innovative, coastal cuisine from North American waters. The experience is capped off with a spectacular view of the Magic Kingdom®!

The Flying Fish Café, located at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn, has a whimsical atmosphere and a diverse menu encompassing the “New American” style. Guests can also dine at the show kitchen to watch and interact with the chefs.

California Grill, located on the 15th floor of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, features spectacular views of Seven Seas Lagoon and the Magic Kingdom® Park. The light and airy atmosphere combined with a wonderful menu makes this an instant favorite.

Wolfgang Puck is located in the Downtown Disney® West Side. The name says it all! Awesome! You will feast upon the inventive creations of master chef Wolfgang Puck at this exciting, upscale eatery. The four different dining rooms in this unique restaurant each offer its own unique atmosphere.

One of my personal favorites, Le Cellier Steakhouse, located in the Canada Pavilion at World Showcase in the Epcot® has the best steak at the Walt Disney World® Resort! A steak-lover’s paradise served in an environment inspired by castle wine cellars of the grandest of Canadian chateaus.

Epcot®’s new tequila bar, La Cava del Tequila, located in the pyramid of Epcot®’s Mexico pavilion, The 30-seat La Cava del Tequila is open from noon until Epcot® park closing time. It is connected to the famous San Angel Inn as part of the Mexico pavilion. A popular stop for Walt Disney World® guests in the afternoon or early evening while touring Epcot®. Service and a The Magic Blue Margarita , make it well worth the trip! Magic Blue Margarita : El Mayor Premium White Tequila, Blue Curacao, fresh lime and agave nectar, served on the rocks with a hibiscus Himalayan salt rim and a souvenir LED blue ice cube! Other offerings: The Classic, Wild Passion Fruit, Blood Orange, Hibiscus and 'Jalapeno! A half-dozen small bites are on the menu, from chicken, shrimp and blue crab tostadas to shrimp cocktail, guacamole and beef taquitos. 

Try Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village or Jiko – The Cooking Place at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, both with an African influence, a pleasurable experience! Both offer creative menus where the inspiration comes from the many cultures and cuisines along the historical spice route – Africa, India, China, and Europe.

For the ultimate adult dining experience, make a reservation at the posh Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa for award-winning meals that make heads turn! This very-special-occasion romantic Victorian retreat offers nightly harpists, lavish décor, personalized menus and a long-stem rose for each lady.

Do you have special dietary concerns? Need Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Vegan, or Kosher meals prepared for you or someone in your traveling party? Disney chefs are very accommodating; just mention this to your Mouse World Travel Agent when asking for your Advance Dining Reservations.

Still want to feel just like a kid again and dine with the characters? No worries, adults are always welcome in their most popular restaurants! Have dinner with Cinderella’s wicked step sisters at 1900 Park Faire at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, dining with the Big Cheese himself at Chef Mickey’s in Disney’s Contemporary Resort or have breakfast with Minnie Mouse, Goofy & Donald Duck, at the Cape May Café at Disney’s Beach Club Resort. All have excellent buffets with plenty of options to please any appetite! Yes, you can still eat at a majority of the Walt Disney World® Resort restaurants with children, in fact children’s menus are offered in most of their restaurants.

Dining with an all adult group is really an enjoyable dining experience. I rank some of the Walt Disney World® Resort restaurants with five stars! I hope on your next trip…you can enjoy a few of these excellent adult Disney dining choices and the great service given in each and every one of them! Just mention these restaurants and let your Mouse World Travel agent grant your Disney Dining Wishes!

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Disney's PhotoPass Price Increases Tomorrow

Two weeks ago we shared a post all about how Disney's PhotoPass works (in case you missed it, check it out HERE).

Well...on March 19th, Disney decided to raise their price on the Photo CD, and it goes into effect tomorrow (3/21/12).  If you purchased the CD after you returned home from your trip, you paid $149.95, tomorrow it will raise to $169.95.

If you are at all interested in purchasing this for a future trip, we urge you to use the pre-order form found HERE and pay just $99.95.  The credits do not expire, so even if your trip isn't until 2013, you'll be fine!  There is no-telling if this pre-order price will go up, or completely disappear.  Buy today!

Spend that $70 on some Mouse Ears and a Dole Whip!

Edit to add: This is for Walt Disney World resort ONLY.  The Disneyland PhotoPass is $59.95.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Pre-Summer Savings at Disneyland

Save up to 25% on most Sunday-Thursday night stays at one of the Hotels of the Disneyland® Resort!

Book this offer by May 26, 2012 for arrivals between April 16 - June 9, 2012. Travel must be completed by June 10, 2012.

Contact us today for more information or a no-obligation quote!

Animal Kingdom's Wild Africa Trek

When trying to find that special "thing" to make this trip to Walt Disney World different, my husband and I decided to research the various tours that are available in each theme park. After reading through the descriptions of all the tours and their reviews, we decided on the fairly new Wild Africa Trek tour in the Animal Kingdom park. The tour is offered several times throughout the morning and we booked the first tour of the day at 8:00am.

We woke up bright and early and made our way to the bus stop around 7:00am. Although some say that buses begin running one hour prior to park opening, the Animal Kingdom didn’t open until 9:00am that day and buses were running to each of the parks. Aside from early morning tours, some restaurants offer breakfasts an hour before the park officially opens so buses are available earlier than one hour before.

After making our way through an empty bag check, we waited just outside the turnstiles for them to start letting guests in for breakfast and tours. While we were waiting, a castmember came out to check us in for our tour. She went through all the rules and terms and conditions, had us sign a waiver, checked our addresses and advised us to use the bathroom one more time because we wouldn’t have the chance to again in a while! They also checked to make sure we were all wearing closed-toed shoes. One woman had sandals on and they assured her that they would find her a pair of sneakers, which they did!

We were then directed to the early entrance turnstiles and told to make our way to Africa. Once we all arrived at the Dawa Bar, we were whisked through a gate and led just short way down to the area where they set us up with our gear!! This is also where we met our guides. We went around to the back of this hut where we found our lockers. We were told we could only bring what we could carry and any cameras either had to be strapped to the wrist or worn around the neck. Everything else would have to be stowed.

After we locked our belongings away, we were weighed (completely privately) and given our vests. The guides were so great about gearing us up, I honestly don’t even remember everything they did! There were straps going around the top of each leg and the vest itself was quite heavy. We were also given water bottles, which we were told to fill from the water cooler. There was a spot to hold the bottles on our vests. The last thing we were given was an earpiece so that we could hear our guides talk about what we were seeing as we walked.

We were then led to a practice bridge so we could get a feel for what the rope bridges on the tour would be like. If we could make it across this without any trouble, we would be fine. After going over the practice bridge, we were given some Jungle Juice. While we drank our juice, the three guides came over and officially introduced themselves. One would be speaking, one would be taking pictures and one was following along to learn from the others, which they often do. It was also at this point that they reminded us that they would be taking pictures throughout the tour and we would receive a disc of all the photos, which was included in the price of the tour.

After stopping for a few group pictures, the tour officially began. We walked through the actual park itself for just a few minutes, starting in Africa and going into the Pangani Forest Exploration Trail where we passed a few animals and walked through the aviary, all the while the guide was giving us information on what animals we were seeing. Up to this point, we were seeing all things that could be seen by any park guest but before I knew it, we had veered into the forest and were walking through a wooded trail. When we emerged into a clearing, we were joined by a man who was there to tell us about the hippos. At this point, our guides hooked us in so that we could stand on the edge of the hippo enclosure without any wall or fence in front of us.

We spent a good amount of time learning about hippos and watching this guy eat! When we first got there, he was sleeping against the rock but once the trainer threw him some lettuce, it was amazing to see him get up and eat right below our feet. He seemed very content to put on a show for us!

After our visit with the hippos, it was back through the woods until we came to another clearing where we encountered the first of a series of rope bridges. Now they said if we could cross the practice bridge in the beginning, the rest of the bridges would not be a problem. Well these bridges were a HUGE difference! First of all, they were a lot longer, which made them way shakier. They were also very high off of the ground and the planks seemed very far apart at times. They were very cool looking, though!

The guide with the camera crossed first and also served as the example for what we were to do in order for the other guide to get us strapped in. We crossed one at a time and once each person was a good length down, the guide would tell the next person to go. We crossed a total of three bridges, the last one going directly over alligators! The guide was taking pictures of us the whole time. After we unhooked from the rope bridges, we stopped to look at and talk about the alligators for a while.

We were then led again through a wooded path and came to a clearing where we were told to take off our gear. Although it did not seem heavy at the time, it was quite a relief to get the extra weight off!  We were then whisked onto a private truck and drove out into the safari! We were on a similar route as the safari ride but we took our time looking at each group of animals and would occasionally pull off to the side so we had more time to talk about and look at the animals. They also provided us with binoculars!

At some point, we were directed to look at this structure in the middle of the savannah and that’s when we were told that that is where we would be stopping for an African inspired snack!  When we arrived at the hut, we couldn’t believe how beautiful and amazing everything was. It’s one thing to be in the middle of the savannah in a ride vehicle but there’s something about not having a cover over your head and being able to stand up and walk around that made it so incredible. There were tables and chairs set up in the shade but I found a comfy chair in the sun right up against the railing and was told that we could pull up another chair and have our snack right there!

After eating, we had time to just look around and soak it all in. Mostly we saw the giraffes. They were literally right there, walking by the hut we were in. Around back, there was a boardwalk that went out to an area that had some rhinos. We did not feel rushed at all but I could have stayed there all day!

We got back in our private safari truck and continued looking at and talking about the animals in the savannah.

As we were pulling back into our final destination, we were given some information about Disney’s Conservation Fund. We try to donate a few dollars every time we go to Animal Kingdom so we were thrilled to hear that a portion of our tour cost was going directly to the animal of our choice. We were led to a Survivor-style box where we were to choose a rock and put it with the animal we chose. We could pick between big cats, elephants, or rhinos.

After choosing which animals to donate to, we were led back to the lockers we we got all of our belongings. We took a few last picture with our guides and were out to enjoy the rest of Animal Kingdom park by 11:00am.

Overall, the tour was just about three hours. By the time we got into all our gear, practiced our rope bridge and got moving, it was 8:20. The walking portion was until around 9:30, when we started driving around the savannah. Our snack and time at the hut was about 45 minutes and then we finished up around 11:00.

The Wild Africa Trek is offered most days at various times in the morning at Disney's Animal Kingdom Park. The cost of the tour varies by season and starts at $189 per person. In my opinion, if you are looking for a unique Disney experience, it is absolutely worth the cost! For more information on this tour, contact me or any agent at Mouse World Travel!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Storybook Circus at the Magic Kingdom

On Monday the new "mini-land" Storybook Circus, in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, had a soft-opening, meaning it is open at some times, and not at others.  The official opening is slated for the end of the month.  This land pays tribute to the traveling circus of the 50's and 60's, which is the setting for the movie Dumbo.

Artist Rendering of Storybook Circus

Within Storybook Circus you will find two Dumbo attractions, commonly known as the Dueling Dumbos since they will fly side-by-side in opposite directions.  And since there will be two, the wait time will go drastically down for this iconic attraction!  In addition to the Dueling Dumbos, the actual queue will be air-conditioned in a large circus tent and interactive, so your time waiting in line will be comfortable and full of entertainment.  The second-Dumbo and  interactive queue have not yet opened.

Alongside of Dumbo you will find the Barnstormer - which you may remember from Mickey's ToonTown.  This re-themed child-friendly roller coaster is designed featuring The Great Goofini with a wonderful queue full of fun photo opportunities!

In addition to Dumbo and the reopening of the Barnstormer, the Fantasyland train station has opened.  You can now take the Walt Disney World Railroad around the Magic Kingdom and get off in Fantasyland.

When all of Storybook Circus opens it will also include a Casey Jr. splash area for kids and more.

The Disney Parks Blog featured a few pictures the other day to get a glimpse of this new land.

All pictures copyright of the Walt Disney Company

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Enchanted China - Adventures by Disney

As you well know Disney is so much more than theme parks and Mickey Mouse!  Take an amazing vacation with Adventures by Disney - guided tours with the touch and customer service that Disney is so well known for.

Hello, world!

Adventures by Disney covers tours all over the world with both family friendly and adult-only tours.  Click here for a closer look and contact us for more information!

Friday, March 9, 2012

Cars Land - Disney's California Adventure Park

Earlier today the Disney Parks Blog released this short video highlighting the neon signs you will find traveling "Route 66" in the upcoming Cars Land in California Adventure Park.

Cars Land is scheduled to open on June 15, 2012.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival 2012

The always popular Epcot International Food & Wine Festival will be held September 28 - November 11 this year!  This is a great season to go to Walt Disney World, the crowds are lower, the weather is mild, the prices of the resorts are on the lower-end, and and there are almost always discounts!

And speaking of discounts to pair with the Food & Wine Festival, currently, when you purchase at least a 3-Night non-discounted Package (room + theme park tickets), you will receive a Disney Dining Plan FREE.  This offer extends through September 29, just in time to check-in for the Food & Wine Festival and use all your free Dining Plan Snack credits at the Food & Wine Festival!  If you check-in by the 29th, you will receive the Free Dining Plan Offer through your entire vacation.  Also keep watch for the Free Dining Plan Offer to be extended, history shows us that for the past several years Disney has had Free Dining through dates into mid-November!!  Nothing is guaranteed of course, but we are hoping history will repeat itself!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Disney's PhotoPass - How does it work?

We often get questions about Disney's PhotoPass service. What is it? How does it work? How much does it cost? I hope this article helps you understand it more!

Disney’s PhotoPass service is an easy way to get fantastic photos of your entire family at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. A PhotoPass photographer will take a picture of your group (or just the children, just the adults, etc. - you can dictate the picture), scan a card, and then hand you the card. When you return home you use Disney’s website: to load these pictures and add Disney themed borders to them. When you have all your pictures edited you can order a CD of your pictures.

There are PhotoPass Photographers throughout the theme parks, including the water parks at Walt Disney World, and even sometimes at the resorts. They are always located in front of the park’s giant icon, at most character meet & greets, and in other busy areas of the park. Sometimes they will create a “magic shot” where they include a Disney character in the finished product (you will see it online and on your CD as in the example with Minnie Mouse below), or they will have you do a fun pose. You can also request these “magic shots” and pose however you'd like!

Once you have been given a PhotoPass card by your first photographer, you can keep using this same card throughout your entire trip. If you happen to forget it in the room, do not hesitate to ask for another card. You can have as many as you’d like, and there is NO limit to how many pictures you can have made either.

You can either pre-purchase a CD, or purchase it after your trip.  There is a discount price of $99.95 if you pre-purchase it at

*Tip: Once you have your PhotoPass card, take a picture of the number code on the back. If you happen to lose your card, you can still use this number to load your pictures online after your trip!

Note: If you choose NOT to purchase the PhotoPass CD, you can still ask the PhotoPass Photographers to take a picture with your camera -- at no charge!

Monday, March 5, 2012

Free Dining at Walt Disney World!

What is the perfect recipe for a great vacation?

What a deliciously brilliant idea!!

For most nights between August 25 and September 29 you will receive a FREE Disney Dining Plan when you purchase at least a 3-Night Package at Walt Disney World!

Contact us today for more information or a quote!  This offer is extremely popular and rooms go quickly, so act fast!

Friday, March 2, 2012

Welcome Disney Fantasy!

The Disney Fantasy, the fourth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, was christened yesterday, March 1, 2012 during a star-studded christening celebration at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal in New York City.

There were celebrity performances from Jerry Seinfeld, Neil Patrick Harris, Nick Cannon and Heather Headley, and the Disney Fantasy godmother, Mariah Carey, took center stage for the christening moment. Carey led the audience in a countdown and then a 6-foot tall bottle of champagne in the Atrium Lobby erupted and showered the crowd with confetti and streamers as a traditional bottle of champagne broke against the ship’s hull.

Picture from Disney Parks Blog

Picture from Disney Parks Blog

Two of our agents, Nikki and Brook were able to go to Pier 88 in Manhattan to view the magnificent ship!


Brook (with her son)

The Fantasy left New York City around 4:20 PM today and Brook was able to see her off.  Here is a video she took of the ship leaving and sounding her horns, saying good-bye to the Big Apple! 

The Fantasy is headed to warmer climates with a stop at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay; then Nassau, Bahamas, before finishing her journey in Port Canaveral, Florida.  The Maiden Voyage takes place on March 31.

The Disney Fantasy will sail from Port Canaveral on seven-night Caribbean itineraries that alternate eastern (St. Maarten and St. Thomas) and western (Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel). All itineraries will include a stop at Castaway Cay.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Free Dining Discount

Attention Disney Visa Card Holders!

Today a FREE Dining Discount was released for travel dates August 25-September 29.  There is limited availability and various resorts are excluded from the discount.  You must purchase your resort room and theme park tickets at full price to qualify for the discount.

Contact us today for a quote or more information!  If you are already booked with us, your Mouse World Travel agent will work with you to get this discount applied!

Rumors are saying this code will go public on March 5.