First, I know that no one can predict the future and understand that Touring Plans has no control over the crowd levels at Walt Disney World, therefore I am not in any way upset with them directly but I am disappointed with how drastically different the crowd levels were to what we expected.
Two days before our trip I received an email telling us that the Magic Kingdom would be at a 3 on Tuesday, Feb. 6th. We were shocked when we arrived to discover that the park was packed. I just checked to see what the actual level was and was not surprised that the park was actually at a 7 that day.
The same was true for ever other day of our trip.
Animal Kingdom (Wednesday, Feb. 7th) was predicted to be at a 4 and was actually a 7.
Magic Kingdom (Thursday, Feb. 8th) was predicted to be at a 3 and was actually a 7.
Epcot (Friday, Feb. 9th) was predicted to be a 3 and was actually a 6.
Again, I’m not upset with Tour Plans, just disappointed that the park crowds were so different than what was predicted. Our family chose to visit the parks this specific week because of how low the crowds were predicted to be on Touring Plans, despite the scaled back park hours during this season of the year.
Is this a normal thing to happen? Are the numbers normally this drastic?
Does anyone have an idea why this happened.
As a positive review, the WDW dinning reservation program they designed did enable us to get a reservation at Be Our Guest that we might not have been able to get apart from you guys. For that I am thankful because my daughter loved the experience.
Would love some feedback.