Animal Kingdom Reviews

How To Do Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom In 11 Steps

Of the four theme parks in Walt Disney World the newest and largest is Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The park brings guests into the beauty of nature through many different diverse and deeply detailed areas. While guests enjoy amazing attractions, entertainment, shopping, and dining, the park also aims to teach about the importance of conservation through educating but entertaining experiences. Disney’s ...

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12 Things We Love About Pandora – The World of Avatar

Pandora – The World of Avatar has been wowing guests since the moment it opened in May, 2017. It has made Disney’s Animal Kingdom more popular than ever. The reason why guests are enjoying Pandora so much is simple; the area is amazing. Here are 12 things that make Pandora – The World of Avatar so incredible. 12. Inclusive The ...

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10 Rookie Mistakes At Disney’s Animal Kingdom And How To Avoid Them

Now that Pandora – The World of Avatar is open it’s a whole new ballgame at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The park used to close early most days, but that has slowly been changing. There are now nighttime offerings such as Rivers of Light and Tree of Life Awakenings. Kilimanjaro Safaris is quite different after dark. There aren’t words to accurately ...

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8 Things You’ll Love About Flame Tree Barbecue

Molly Elias As far as quick serve restaurants go, Flame Tree Barbecue in Animal Kingdom is one of my favorites. It has great quality food, fantastic views and seating, and a few extras to appreciate. Here are 8 things you’ll love about Flame Tree: 8. The Music Not all quick serve restaurants at Disney get their own soundtrack, but Flame ...

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8 Totally Cool Things About Kilimanjaro Safaris At Walt Disney World

8. Realizing Walt’s Dream The dream of using African animals at Disney goes all the way back to the inception of Jungle Cruise at Disneyland, before Disney World even opened.  Originally, Walt Disney’s goal was to populate Jungle Cruise with real animals, but for various reasons (including the unpredictability of the animals), animatronics were used instead. Only decades later did ...

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Lunch At Pandora: Disney’s Brave New World

Tom Ryan “Everything is backwards now, like out there is the true world, and in here is the dream.” So said Jake Sully, protagonist of Avatar. The 2009 sci-fi blockbuster, which has grossed more money than any film in history – placed much emphasis on the dichotomy of reality and the dream world. In it, as you may recall, to ...

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