Visiting Disney World could easily be one of the most rewarding and joyful experiences with family, a loved one or even alone. However, planning when to go is an entirely different story. Here are some pointers to get the most out of the visit without ending up disappointed.

Folks from Travel and Leisure have posted and handy guide and checklists for what to watch out for when planning a grand visit to Disney World. More often than not, tourists end up becoming surprised to see that there are more than 30,000 or more visitors rummaging around a certain section of the theme park.

To avoid these, here are some dates on 2017, where it would be the wisest to give that planned vacation to Disney World a run. Travel and Leisure advise most not to make their visits at the beginning of the year in January. After the holiday season, people tend to set their schedules in visiting Disney World.

Undercover Tourist suggests that if it is really necessary to visit the place, see to it that it would fall somewhere between January 9th to 13th and January 18th to 31st. There are also some exceptions between February 1st to 16th and from February 27th to March 2nd. These days are the less busiest days according to the data gathered and the schedule prediction.

Most days of September would also be a good idea especially the Labor Day weekend, where the lowest traffics are recorded. Things will tend to get busier in October and once it hits November, people are best off making their schedules on weekdays with the exception of Thanksgiving week.

The final month of 2017 may not be as busy as one might suspect as a number of other travel guide sites recommend it. Still, it isn't rocket science to conclude that any day, especially weekends, could be at risk of becoming a drag once days approach the Christmas week. It would be wise to make the visit to Disney World earlier in this month.