Doing Disney: Visiting Castaway Cay

Doing Disney: Visiting Castaway Cay


[music] Hi, folks. This is Sid from 3 Minute Travel
Tips. If you’re sailing with Disney Cruise Line from Florida, your trip probably includes
at least one fun-filled day at Castaway Cay. This place is incredible! You’ll find something
for every age, from feeding stingrays to parasailing to an adults-only beach. I’ve got the lowdown
in 3 minutes or less! Disney’s exclusive private island is a highlight
of every east-coast cruise. Because Castaway Cay is for Disney Cruise Line guests only,
nearly everything is included once you disembark. The family beach is easily the most popular
feature. White sand, blue water, beach chairs and umbrellas make this the perfect place
for all ages. Nearby is Pelican Plunge, a water play area and platform. And don’t forget
the sunscreen! Spend a few hours snorkeling in the lagoon
and discover plenty of buried treasure. Be sure to look for a “hidden Mickey” as well as
a submarine from Walt Disney World’s old 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction. Reserve
snorkel gear onboard the ship through Port Adventures or bring your own. Kids will enjoy special programs at Scuttle’s
Cove. It is supervised by Disney counselors and there’s no additional charge. Excursions are available for an additional
fee. You can pet and feed gentle stingrays. Bike to the observation tower. Rent personal
watercraft and much more. While your kids are having fun, slip away
to Serenity Bay, Castaway Cay’s adults-only resort area. Treat yourself to a massage in
an open-air cabana adjacent to the beach. No need to leave the island when lunchtime
rolls around. Cookie’s Barbecue near the family beach features a large buffet, including fresh
grilled burgers and chicken. There’s also a restaurant near the adult beach. You’ll
find most of the same offerings, plus a few items not available at the family buffet. Character greetings are scheduled on the
island. Gift shop purchases may be delivered to
the ship. Private cabanas can be reserved for an additional
fee. Minors may only leave and return to the
ship with an adult. Shipboard dining services are limited while
at Castaway Cay. That’s it! In 3 minutes or less. For all your
Disney travel needs reach out to any of the Dream Makers at Magic of Mickey Travel. And
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2 thoughts on “Doing Disney: Visiting Castaway Cay

  • Great you put it all into 3 minutes, the ideal addition to my new blog post about Disney Cruises. Thanks a lot and greetings from thewondermap.com

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