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Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Disneyland During COVID-19

Posted on November 3, 2021 by Rob Hale

After a year of isolation, backyard barbeques, Disney+, and video calls, people around the country and across the world are looking forward to outdoor adventures and long-overdue vacations. And what better way to spend some quality time outdoors with your friends and family than a trip to the happiest place on Earth?

That’s right. Disneyland officially reopened for visitors in April 2021 with limited capacity welcoming thousands of visitors to their rides and attractions, such as the Indiana Jones Adventure, Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, and the Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout, among others.

The 2021 holiday season is approaching, but the number of COVID-19 cases remains high despite vaccination drives. As a result, health officials advise travelers and tourists to take extra caution when visiting popular destinations around the country, especially Disney parks, resorts, and cruises.

In this post, we’ll share everything you need to know about visiting Disneyland during COVID-19 so you can plan accordingly and make the most out of your trip.

7 Things to Know Before Visiting Disneyland During COVID-19

1. You Need a Ticket and a Reservation

Unlike pre-pandemic times when you could wake up one morning and decide to go to Disneyland, things have changed, and spontaneous visits are out of the question, temporarily, at least. To visit any park or resort, you need to pre-purchase tickets through the official site or a travel agency in your area. Secondly, not all the tiers of tickets are available for all days, so you need to check their availability on the days you’re planning to visit. The good news is that every resort hotel and park is open except Typhoon Lagoon.

2. Masks are Mandatory

Even with Disneyland being reopened for visitors, the pandemic isn’t over, meaning you’ll have to wear a mask inside attractions and on Disneyland transportation. The good news is that you can take the mask off in open areas and restaurants. If you’re visiting with kids, you can purchase Disney Cloth Face Masks. These masks are available in different Disney-themed designs. Plus, they’re designed for the park’s conditions, so they’re more comfortable and cooler than conventional options.

3. Download the Disneyland App

Before you head to Disneyland, download the Disneyland App; this app is available for both Android and iOS devices. Many attractions, such as Rise of the Resistance and Indiana Jones, require digital ticket purchase and queuing, which can only be done through the app. Depending on the time and day, spots fill up within minutes, so you should proactively book them to ensure you get into the same boarding group if you’re going with your family.

4. Pre-Order Your Food As Early as Possible

Even with limited capacity, Disneyland has been experiencing more foot traffic ever since the reopening. However, not all the food vendors have reopened after being closed for nearly a year. As a result, visitors can expect long wait times during lunch hours due to limited options. You can pre-order food through the Disneyland app to save yourself from this hassle. The app allows you to get food on time by letting you order 30 minutes before your desired dining time.

5. Pack A lot of Snacks and Drinks

As mentioned above, many vendors and food carts are yet to return, meaning it’s not as easy to purchase snacks and drinks at the park due to long lines and overpriced options. Therefore you should pack a selection of tried-and-true snacks to appease your kids while saving a few bucks. Even during the fall or winter season, Disneyland can be hot, and since you’ll be walking a lot, it’s smart to carry a few drinks with you.

6. Keep Your Phone Charged and Handy

You don’t want your phone to run out of battery when purchasing online tickets or pre-ordering food. Therefore, you need to carry a power bank or an additional battery as the Disneyland app can rapidly drain your device. In the post-COVID era, the park has made tremendous efforts to go paperless and cashless, so you’ll need to keep your phone handy at all times, whether it’s for snapping photos or scanning a QR code at the entrance.

Book Your Trip to Disneyland with Travel N’ Relax

And there you have it – everything you need to know about visiting Disneyland during COVID-19. If you’re ready to take a trip to the happiest place on Earth from Denver, we highly recommend visiting Travel N Relax for the best Disney vacation packages in the state. So, if you’re looking for a fun weekend with the family after months of isolation, we’re sure we can help you make the most of your trip by covering everything from lodging to reservations. Contact us today and find out what we have in store for you.

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