Mom And Son Giraffe
  • On Feb 27, 2009
    Lisa Asked

    Since our son was a toddler, we have visited WDW every 3 years, our last trip being in 2005, when he was 13. He is now 17 and we are planning a trip for October 2009. How can we make this trip as magical for him at 17 as his previous trips?

    Hi Lisa!  What a wonderful tradition you have for your family and son to visit every three years.  There are quite a few things that you can plan for him that might be interesting.  I will try to hit upon a few of those and list them here.

    Disney has two Segway tours; one at EPCOT and the other at Fort Wilderness.  This would be a wonderful treat!
    There are numerous tours that he might have an interest in including some like the Dolphins in Depth and DiveQuest at the Seas With Nemo and Friends aquarium in EPCOT.  Click HERE to see the lists.
    For a big thrill and one that a mother might not want to suggest, you can drive or ride in the racing stock cars at the Richard Petty Driving Experience right on the Disney property.  A valid drivers license is required as well as knowledge of stick shift but beware the cost is not cheap!  Click HERE.
    There are many sporting options such as parasailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, tubing, fishing and abundant boating.  Click HERE to see some of these options.
    Don't forget Downtown Disney has Disney Quest and Cirque du Soleil which are both fun for all ages!
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Meet the Panelist: Kay, Indiana

Hello Adventurers and travelers! I am Kay and a past Adventures By Disney mom for the panel. But now I am excited to share vacation planning tips for those heading out for an incredible vacation to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Kay

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