Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Welcome to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park!  By far the largest of all of the Walt Disney World theme parks, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park also has the reputation of being the park that you can do in half a day.  I’ve often felt that this is the case, but of late, my thoughts towards this park have been changing.  Watch this page often as I explore the various parts of the park and share with you the hidden treasures that are waiting to be discovered at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

In each of the areas listed below, I’ve listed the attractions that I’ve written about in each of them.  Please peruse those articles to learn more about them and decide if they need to be on your list of things to do when you go on your next Disney World vacation!

Oasis

Discovery Island

Camp Minnie-Mickey
Known primarily as a meet and greet location, Camp Minnie-Mickey also is the location for the phenomenal show “Festival of the Lion King.”
Africa
Africa has a whole host of different attractions for you to experience.  Here are the ones that I wrote about in my 30 things to do series:

Rafiki’s Planet Watch

Asia
Asia is the setting for two of the biggest rides at Disney’s Animal Kingdom:

DinoLand, U.S.A.
At DinoLand, U.S.A., there is a lot that you can enjoy, all packed into a small area!  Here are the things that we’ve covered here on the blog:

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