Massive warning for Disney World Guests! Snakes, why did it have to be snakes?
Walt Disney World Resort is a popular tourist location that sees thousands of Guests daily. Being “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” it is a colossal honor, but it also comes with a responsibility to give Guests a semblance of their dream vacation.
Walt Disney World Resort is home to four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each Disney Park includes something for Guests of all ages and sizes to experience. Disney World also has two water parks for Guests to beat the heat called Disney’s Blizzard Beach(closed for refurbishment) and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.
Disney World in located in Florida, which is known for its swamp lands. With these swamp lands surrounding Disney World, wild animals tend to come into Parks such as alligators, snakes, raccoons, bats, bobcats, otters, beavers, squirrels, fox, and deer from time to time. If you go to Disney and want to see animals, Guests can head to Disney’s Animal Kingdom and experience up-close encounters with different animals.
Recently in a TikTok, however, Guests were try to enjoy a relaxing afternoon at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon when a snake came slithering by with another snake in its mouth. Some Guests remained calm with the snake beside them, while others clearly did not like that the snake was there.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is described as “an oasis of fun.” Typhoon Lagoon is the only Disney water park that is open right now with Blizzard Beach currently closed for refurbishment. At this time, Guests do not need a reservation to go to a Disney water park.
Typhoon Lagoon is themed around a tropical island that was hit by a massive typhoon. The theme park also features several water slides and attractions, including the Crush ‘n’ Gusher water coaster, which takes riders on a wild ride through a series of hairpin turns and steep drops. Guests can also enjoy other attractions such as Bay Slides, Castaway Creek, Gangplank Falls, Humunga Kowabunga, and many more.
Typhoon Lagoon offers dining options, from quick-service stands to full-service restaurants, as well as rental options for towels, lockers, and inner tubes. Visitors can also take advantage of private cabanas, which offer a shaded retreat and various amenities such as a refrigerator and TV.
Would you mind a snake joining you for a dip?