Saturday, June 5, 2010


In case you haven't already guessed, I LOVE to plan my trips, as well as others to Walt Disney World. I have read every planning book known to man, and even though I know most of the tips and tricks, I always seem to learn at least one new thing. That being said, I can't imagine wading through all of the information if it is your very first time to go, and you don't have any idea where to begin.

So, I thought I'd share, in my educated opinion, what I think the very best planning book is, especially for first timers. Check out Passporter's Walt Disney World. Written by Disney lovers, this is an extremely easy to navigate book that gives brief synopsis and a rating system for all Disney attractions. It even includes pockets and places to write information so you can take it with you on your trip and have everything in one place. It's easy to read, easy to understand, and will really help you plan your trip if you are doing the planning yourself. It is also extremely affordable and a great value for your money.

No, I do not work for Passporter. But I do order or purchase their book (also available last time I checked at most bookstores) every year. I am not sure if you can check it out of the library, but even if you can, I wouldn't recommend it. You are going to want to keep it longer than the 2-3 weeks, and you will want to take it with you on your journey to the world! Trust me, this is a one stop shop planning guide.


  1. I agree! I love my Passporter.

  2. I have looked and looked for something to beat it, and it just can't be done! The authors are geniuses!