Disney’s Animal Kingdom For Adults

Animal Kingdom For Adults Guide:

Exotic wildlife, intense thrill rides, and world-class entertainment! Join a former Cast Member for an insider’s look at this unique park.

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Animal Kingdom For Adults; At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you take on the role of jungle adventurer as you explore exotic lands filled with native creatures and top-notch attractions. Yet many visitors only scratch the surface of this unique and highly detailed theme park. In this tour, a former Cast Member – Disney-speak for employee – will serve as your personal guide. You will learn many of the park’s hidden secrets and behind-the-scenes magic that bring the adventure to life. Along the way, you will learn tips and tricks for controlling costs, maximizing your time, and navigating the sometimes-confusing jungle pathways. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Animal Kingdom For Adults Highlights

  • Introduction
  • Arriving
  • Oasis/Discovery/Camp M-M
  • Africa / Rafiki’s
  • Asia
  • Dinoland U.S.A.
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty Historical/Heritage, Off the Beaten Path
Tour Type
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  • Disney's Animal Kingdom is mostly an outdoor park. Central Florida weather can be brutally hot, so make sure you are prepared. Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing, drink plenty of water, and consider carrying a personal misting fan. Fans can be purchased at the park, but are much less expensive at your local drugstore.
  • Rain is common in Central Florida, especially during the summer months, but attractions close only when lightning is spotted within five miles. Bring a lightweight poncho and take advantage of significantly reduced crowds.
  • The majority of restaurants are counter-service. If you prefer table-service dining, make reservations well in advance. Table-service meals are an experience in themselves, so plan to spend an hour and a half or more enjoying a leisurely break.
  • Don't over-plan your day. Most of the best experiences are spontaneous, from watching tigers swim to enjoying an African drumming group. Make sure you allow enough time to enjoy unplanned adventures.
  • The animals are most active early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Plan to see shows or go on rides during the hot afternoon, when most animals are resting in the shade.

Lisa Fritscher

Lisa Fritscher was raised in Central Florida and has published more than 1000 freelance articles. Before becoming a writer, Lisa was employed as an actor and attractions spieler at Universal Studios Orlando, Walt Disney World and Sea World Orlando. She often travels with her disabled father, which sparks her special interest in accessible destinations.


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