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  • Planning our honeymoon trip for 5/10/15-5/18/15. We are staying off property, and visiting Disney 2 days- one at Animal Kingdom and one at Epcot. I am looking for some things to make our honeymoon extra special during the two days we visit. Any suggestions
  • - Asked by MIchelle from Virginia on 11/8/2013
  • Hi, Michelle!

    What a wonderful way to celebrate your new life together...at the most magical place on Earth!

    At Disney's Animal Kingdom, check out the Wild Africa Trek. You'll feel like a VIP and will finish your trek with a truly remarkable meal (fabulous professional photographs included). Add dinner at Sanaa, located right next door at Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas-Kidani Village or at Jiko-The Cooking Place at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge, both of which are romantic as well as exotic venues.

    For your day at Epcot, consider a little detour to Mandara Spa at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel which is an easy walk from Epcot's International Gateway. Book a special lunch or dinner at one of Epcot's fantastic restaurants, such as Monsieur Paul or Le Cellier Steakhouse. For extra wow, consider something special such as Disney's Dolphins in Depth experience which allows groups of 8 or fewer to meet the dolphins of The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion.

    Be sure to buy the PhotoPass+ pre-arrival offer so that you can capture all of these magical moments for future enjoyment (at a $50 savings, too!)

    Happy planning your first days of happily ever after, Michelle! Be sure to send more questions as you think of them; we love to help!
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