While Disney World can be a magical and enjoyable destination for many, it might not be the best fit for everyone’s honeymoon. We’ve seen a few couples go on a Disney honeymoon only to return disappointed with their experience. Here are some reasons why Disney World could be considered a bad idea for a honeymoon:
Disney World will be quite expensive, especially during peak seasons. Especially if you are looking to splurge on a few unique experiences, you may find that a Disney World honeymoon could be more expensive than a trip to the Caribbean or even Europe.
Why not go to Paris for a week instead and visit Disneyland Paris while you are there?
Disney World attracts millions of visitors every year, leading to large crowds and long lines at popular attractions. Honeymoons are usually about intimacy and relaxation, which might be challenging to achieve in such a bustling environment.
I know that adults can have a great time at Disney World, but at the end of the day, it might not provide the romantic and adult-focused ambiance that many couples seek during their honeymoon.
Disney World resorts and theme parks can be crowded, and you may find it challenging to have moments of privacy or tranquility to enjoy each other’s company.
It Can Be Exhausting
Disney World vacation can be exhausting, with so many attractions and activities to explore. I know it is hard to give yourself time to relax when there are so many fun things you could be doing in the park.
Ultimately, the best honeymoon destination depends on the couple’s interests, preferences, and budget. If Disney World aligns with both partners’ desires, it can still be a fun and magical honeymoon choice. However, it’s essential to consider what you both truly want from this special time together and whether Disney World fulfills those expectations.
He is an expert travel advisor and enthusiast. He has traveled extensively in the USA, Central America, South America, and Europe. He has visited every Sandals Resort and is one of a select few Diamond Elite members of the Sandals Chairman’s Royal Club.
Dan graduated from Johnson & Wales University with an associate degree in Culinary Arts. Later he graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies with a focus on people and culture.