Have you been on a Disney Cruise before? Have you always wanted to go? Check out the top five reasons why a cruise on the Disney Dream is an absolute dream come true!
1 – A cruise on the Disney Dream is the perfect option for a land and sea vacation. The Disney Dream leaves from Port Canaveral, Florida which is about an hour drive from Walt Disney World. You can board the ship for a 3-4 night cruise and extend your vacation by visiting the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios!
2 – Every single Disney Dream cruise visits Disney’s private island. Castaway Cay offers white sand beaches, clear blue waters, and views fit for a postcard. You can enjoy a day at the beach, swim like a fish, and have an all-you-care-to-eat lunch buffet.
3 – You will be swept away by a tale as old as time. “Beauty and the Beast” is the newest Disney Cruise Line musical. This performance is exclusive to the Disney Dream. “Beauty and the Beast” was developed by talented Broadway artists who have incorporated puppetry, theatrical design, and wonderful story-telling techniques to the show that plays aboard the ship.
4 – There’s no shortage of entertainment! The Disney Dream offers a variety of venues and activities for each member of your family. Kids can pilot the Millenium Falcon and make new friends in the youth areas. Adults can head over to The District which is a playground JUST for adults! You can also savor the precious time you have together at the deck parties, live shows, and the awesome AquaDuck water coaster!
5 – Lastly, there are plenty of ways to pamper yourself on the Disney Dream. Indulge in fine dining at Remy and Palo, treat yourself to a day at the Senses Spa, and splurge on a dessert from Vanellope’s. You can also surprise the little ones with a makeover at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique fit for princesses, knights, and pirates alike.
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