Another great way to get from one place to another within the Disney is to ride one of their boats from place to place. We took boats from the Wilderness Campground to the Magic Kingdom and also from Wilderness Campground to the Wilderness Lodge. The boats run pretty frequently every 10-15 minutes or so. There is no charge for this service. Take advantage of the wonderful views offered when you are traveling across the water.
The Friendship Boats at Epcot are used to cross the World Showcase Lagoon. Everyday at 11am the boats begin their voyages. There are two routes both originating at the World Showcase Plaza at the entrance to the world showcase. One launch deposits guests at Morocco and the other launch goes to Germany. The last boat of the night from the World Showcase is 7:15pm due to the fireworks show preparations.
My wife and I enjoy this boat ride. It's a nice perspective of the World Showcase from the water. The rise is very leisurely which personally I don't mind since you do so much walking when here that it is nice to take a break.
Walt Disney World's transportation is one of the things that make a vacation at WDW so carefree, relaxing, and magical. Simply put, Walt Disney World's transportation network is among the most efficient, easy to use, and convenient of any mass transit system in the world. The system includes the famous Disney monorail, as well as busses and watercraft, to move guests from resort hotel to park and back, park to park, and from any other location to another within the 30,000+ acres of the complex. The vehicles are always clean, loading and unloading of passengers is simple and well-thought-out, and the wait for transportation (except during the very busiest of times) is minimal. It's hard to over-emphasize the convenience of the internal transportation.
As you enter Disneyworld through the main entrance you had to board the ferry across the water to The magic kingdom itself. This has probably been changed since .,