A senior class trip to remember.
Senior year in high school is a busy time for students and their families, with college applications, senior photos, invitations, and all the preparations for the big day: Graduation! At some point during all the chaos, we realize that at least one tradition allows us to escape for a few days of fun. A senior class trip can celebrate the end of our high school journey and be filled with memories that will last a lifetime. When you start throwing around words like fun, exciting, magical, and memorable, you can't help but think about a Disney Trip.
We tend to think of Disney as a family vacation, but Walt Disney World offers a lot of activities for teens. From Thrill Rides at all four parks to Disney Quest at Downtown Disney, the fun never ends. Imagine riding Aerosmith’s Rockin’ Roller Coaster or Twilight Zone’s Tower of Terror with all your classmates. If you've ever wanted to feel like an astronaut, you can test your skills on Spaceship Earth. You can even grab a little culture from around the world at Epcot’s World Showcase, where all the cast members are actually from those countries. You feel like you are in Mexico, while dining on authentic Mexican food prepared by a chef from Mexico, and you are inside a large replica of a Mayan pyramid. You also have several other countries to visit and explore. One of my favorite countries is France, because I love French pastries and I love the large fountains, and the Eiffel Tower. The Great Britain Pavilion serves authentic fish and chips while listening to a Celtic rock band.
Disney Quest takes a video arcade to the extreme in true Disney-style and you can even design and virtually ride your very own roller coaster. Downtown Disney also offers a new state-of-the-art bowling alley, movie theater, popular themed restaurants, like Rain Forest Cafe and Planet Hollywood, and the acrobatic thrills of Cirque du Soleile .
When you've had enough of the Florida heat, Walt Disney World is also home to two large water parks. Typhoon Lagoon has a wave pool and you can even schedule surf lessons, for a fee, for up to 10 people. Blizzard Beach is themed to showcase a freak snowstorm leaving behind plunging water thrill rides from snow-capped mountains.
One important activity that you must not forget about is taking lots and lots of pictures. Don't worry if you forget your camera or just miss that great shot. Disney photographers are everywhere and you don't have to buy any of the photos until you return home and view them all. I love taking pictures, but don't always stop having fun to take them, so I miss a lot of good shots.
There are many other destinations to choose from, but experiencing a Disney trip as a student with your friends, rates the top of the list. Please contact us for more information and our affordable group rates. Our goal is to make your planning and booking stress-free. Let our experience in group trips give your students a trip they will never forget.