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Tag Archives: kilimanjaro safari
Construction walls have appeared in the corner of Africa in Disney’s Animal Kingdom where the show building and facilities for the park’s popular show Festival of the Lion King will be moving. In January, we reported on leaked plans for … Continue reading
Zebras are back in Kilimanjaro Safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The Plains Zebra were removed from the main savannah a few months ago and left to roam on one of the backstage areas (you could sometime see them in the … Continue reading
Disney recently announced that Zebras would be moving to a new Savannah on Kilimanjaro Safari. The change has meant the end of the ‘poacher’ storyline and a lot more time for guests to take pictures while driving about. Construction is … Continue reading
For the last few years Disney’s Animal Kingdom has slowly making changes to its signature Kilimanjaro Safari attraction. They added more rows to the trucks, changed the spiel slightly, allowed trucks to briefly stop when good photos opportunities present themselves, … Continue reading