Travelling in half term means your itinerary is completely flexible. You can spend one or two full days in the park, as well as a day exploring the beautiful city of Paris, just a short 45-minute train ride away.
You can also choose from a range of accommodation options to suit your Scout group’s budget, from official Disney Hotels to a budget-friendly off-site hotel. Either way, the fun never stops! Just let us know when you want to experience the magic and we can tailor-make a Scout trip that works for you.
*Subject to location within the UK. Please note that a supplementary cost may apply.
Depart the UK by coach or train and arrive at your accommodation the evening
Enjoy a full day of magic at Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Park!
Relax with an evening meal at Plaza Gardens Restaurant in the Disneyland Park
After breakfast, enjoy your second full day in the Disney Parks and make sure you see Disney Stars on Parade!
Finish with an evening meal at Planet Hollywood and souvenir shopping in Disney Village
After breakfast at the hotel, depart Disneyland and stop off in Paris for a sightseeing boat trip down the River Seine
Continue your journey back home
Get a feel for the French countryside in the charming Hotel Campanile Val de France. Formerly known as the Kyriad Hotel, this lakeside hotel is perfectly situated just a few minutes away from the Disney Parks by free shuttle bus.
Get back to nature at the Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch where you’ll stay in cosy, self-catering log cabins in the heart of the great outdoors. You’ll be equipped with everything you need for the ultimate rural retreat, where adventure is right on your doorstep.
Dust off your boots and yee-haw your way to the Wild West! Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne offers a true cowboy experience with all the frontier-style charm you could ask for, whilst its comfortable rooms and excellent hospitality promise a rootin’ tootin’ stay.
Travel in safe hands
The safety of all our groups is of paramount importance to us. Venture Abroad has rigorous safety checks in place and its own Safety Management Policy.