So I’m going on and on about our Adventures by Disney: Quest for the West trip. Then I realized, I better give a quick rundown about what Adventures by Disney actually is.
Envision seeing some of the most beautiful, exciting places on the planet, and being led there by guides steeped in Disney’s customer service expertise. The itineraries bring out the soul of the destination, providing a look into customs, culture and essence of wherever the trek leads you.
Adventures by Disney currently offers trips to everywhere from Scotland and Ireland to China and the American Southwest. And France. And Germany. I could go on, but “Gravity Falls” is on our hotel TV and Katie demands my presence.
Check AdventuresbyDisney.com for a full list of expeditions offered.
The great part of these expeditions is that it’s all things families can do together. Just as Walt Disney wanted to create theme parks where parents could enjoy everything just as much as their children, Adventures by Disney has endless activities that everyone can participate in.
Guests are led on these themed vacations by two trained Disney Adventure Guides. In our case that’s Tiffany and Drew (whose real name is something really wild, but since I can’t remember it I’ll catch up to him later.)
Our trip, Quest for the West, has brought us to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We’ve had western-themed dinners, a cowboy theater experience, whitewater rafting and diving headfirst into this tiny, hopping town on the edge of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park.
It’s been 32 years since I spent any time in the American west, and I never thought I’d say it’s great to be back in this part of the country.
Plus, no FastPasses necessary. Adventures by Disney is often afforded access that other vacation groups just don’t get. The value of these trips is amazing.
If you’re interested in your own adventure, drop me a line and I’ll tell you everything I can about it.