Disney's Animal Kingdom
In this amazing place you're in a living storybook on a breathtaking adventure, filled with creatures real and fantastic. Animal Kingdom blends theme park and zoo, carnival and African safari, while mixing in a healthy dose of Disney characters, storytelling, and magic. Board a rickety jeep and ride through the Sahara, past zebras and lions, in Africa, or take a raging river ride in Asia, with Mt. Everest looming on the horizon. Here you can see Bengal tigers, huge fruit bats, Komodo dragons, and other exotic critters.
DinoLand U.S.A. evokes a fun-filled small-town fair, with its carnival-style rides, games and a herky-jerky thrill ride that transports you back in time. Let your heart sing along in a moving musical celebration of the circle of life at Festival of the Lion King. Here, every path and trail invites you to explore the awesome surprises of nature, with all the enchantment of Disney. Finding Nemo The Musical is a big-as-Broadway retelling of the classic Disney Pixar animated film that brings the little clownfish and his friends to life right before your eyes.
What can you say about Disneyland? - the 3 day option gave us plenty of time to see Epcot and Animal Kingdom which were our main focus. The shuttle transfers from Epcot were very well organised, especially when we had a couple of large groups of school excursions.
4 Days is great for Disney.. Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios can be done all in one day. We origninally were going to pick one park to go back to, however, thought we would go to Animal Kingdom as we only had half a day spare for the fourth day. Animal Kingdom was well worth it, can be done in 3/4 of a day. EPCOT was by far my favorite park, more for adults with food from all over the globe.
Great time. Grandaughter was in awe at Magic Kingdom. Also Animaland Epcot. Due to bad weather lost out on two days. Will go back.
The interstate exits to all Disney parks and resorts are well marked. Along I-4, signs direct you to individual destinations. Disney resorts and official hotels offer unlimited free transportation via bus, monorail, ferry, or water taxi to all WDW properties. Enter the part at the Oasis and walk either direction toward the bridge to Discovery Island, where a road line with food outlets and shops circles the giant Tree of Life and four more bridges, which lead to various attractions.