Stage 2 - Meet at the entrance to the Magic Kingdom
Leg 1: Detour - Find the two characters representing the United States in "it's a small world" a write down a description of them, or write down the name of the group that presents "Walt Disney's 20th century vision of the future" on the Tomorrowland Transit Authority.
Leg 2: Proceed to the location where you can buy a kitchen sink. Acquire an item proving you were there.
Leg 3: Proceed to SpaceShip Earth and determine what newspaper is being sold by a newsboy in the attraction.
Leg 4: Roadblock - Determine how many squirting elephants are at the end of Kali River Rapids.
Leg 5: Pit Stop - Find the shop in Animal Kingdom with a compass on the ceiling and an elephant representing one of the compass points.
Stage 3 - Meet at the Wilderness Lodge lobby
Leg 1- Proceed to the resort modeled after the Hotel Del Coronado in California. Acquire a resort map.
Leg 2- Roadblock: Determine how many triangular panels make up Spaceship Earth.
Leg 3- Proceed to the attraction containing a scene from Footlight Parade. Obtain a Japanese guide map for the park.
Leg 4- Detour: Obtain one FastPass from each park, or take a picture with a cast member who shares your name.
Leg 5- Pit Stop: The resort in Leg 1 features a character dinner. Proceed to the restaurant where you can have breakfast with this character.
This is definitely possible!
Hi all! My husband surprised me when I got back from visiting family with an Amazing Race style game in WDW. We live pretty close to Disney so it was easy for him to create. He made up a race that took about 2 hours to complete and I was the only one doing it. He had all the clues in envelopes with him and he stayed with me the whole time. He didn't give me any help with any clues and he drove when they involved going to a new park but I had to give him all the directions to get to each place. It was so much fun! Since he was with me, he only gave me the next clue once I completed whatever task I had. It included a detour and a roadblock. The detour was either riding Test Track or drinking each flavor of Coke in Club Cool. The roadblock was a little word/number puzzle he created. There were other tasks too, I had to get a free chocolate from the Ghirardelli store in Downtown Disney. It ended w/ us arriving at a hotel and I received a key as a clue, it was to a room he got for the night. In the room was the last clue, which brought us to Boma in the Animal Kingdom Lodge, for dinner!
It was great and we both had so much fun! He even copied the look of the Amazing Race clues. I am in the process of creating one for him now. It is a great way to spend an afternoon or evening and a great way for a couple or a family to spend time together!
Hope this helps!