The magic of Disney World never fails to capture our hearts. Young or old, everyone who enters Disney World's gates are always amazed by the tons of surprises in store.

But aside from riding in the awesome rides and meeting your favorite Disney characters, did you know that there are actually lots of unique things you can do at Disney World? Here are some of them:

Swimming with the fishes. At DiveQuest in Epcot, you can get the chance of donning a scuba gear and diving in a massive water tank filled with colorful fishes and other marine life. Of course, you have to be a scuba-certified guest in order to avail the experience, and according to a report by WDW Prepschool, only 10 years old onwards are allowed to participate. Imagine swimming with the dolphins and stingrays at Disney World!

Watch a movie while being served food. In common cinemas, there are a couple varieties of food you can't bring into the theater, and sometimes, the long lines at the popcorn stand make you miss the first few parts of the movie. At Disney Springs, they have a service called "Dine-In Theater" launched by AMC Theater, in where you can catch your favorite flick all the while being served your favorite meal just like in a restaurant, according to Travel Pulse.

Learn how to surf. You don't need to go to Brazil or the Caribbean to catch some good waves and learn how to master the surfboard! At Typhoon Lagoon, you can take surfing lessons in their giant wave pool. Lessons are offered most days of the week, but it's best if you check their schedule first before going there. Lessons are usually taught before the park opens and one session lasts for two and a half hours. Guests have to pay $165 per lesson.

Relive your cowboy fantasy. Watching old Texan movies sometimes makes us want to don our own cowboy hat ourselves, and in Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort, guests who want to shout their "yee-haw" can take it up to Tri-Circle-D Ranch. In there, you'll have a unique experience of what it's like to be in the Wild West while you're riding on a horseback, or if you want, you can even experience riding with a shotgun in a wagon.