Meeting characters at Disney World can be a great expereince for young and old. Here in our guide to Animal Kingdom Characters we’ll let you know who’s in the park, where and when they meet!
One of the great aspects of dining at Disney World is the ability to eat foods and experience flavors that you wouldn’t normally find where you live and eat day to day. I’m not sure about you, but we certainly get into food ruts in our daily lives and find Disney to be a place where we can branch out. Here in our Tusker House review, we’ll talk about a meal that fits that bill nicely.
Tusker House is a character buffet within Animal Kingdom. In addition to the food, here in our Tusker House review we’ll cover the atmosphere, décor and character interactions. We’ll provide plenty of photos of the food from the buffet line and of course, the characters.
Did you know there are over 300 restaurants in all of Disney World? And if you split some of the different meals in the restaurants, there are lots of variations!
This is essentially a catalog of all our Disney World restaurant reviews. You won’t find a lot of detail and information on this particular page. The details are in the individual reviews. Our restaurant reviews feature pictures of the restaurants and food, coupled with our thoughts on the food, overall experience, atmosphere and if we think the restaurant is a compelling enough value to make it worth it to eat at.
The Animal Kingdom FastPass system functions much like that of Epcot. It features a tiered FastPass system where the top two attractions are both in the Pandora – World of AVATAR land. Getting your FastPass selections right here can be the difference between spending half your day waiting in line and something more pleasant. Flight of Passage is the headliner attraction here, but you can’t forget about some of the popular FastPass tier 2 attraction too.
When Pandora – The World of Avatar opened in 2017, Animal Kingdom received a lot of attention for the two new signature attractions that came with it. However, one overlooked aspect of the land that doesn’t get enough focus is the dining that came with it. The new dining came in the form of Satu’li Canteen, a counter service restaurant. Here in our Satu’li Canteen review, we’ll discuss the theme, atmosphere, food and anything else we think might be relevant (and sometimes not).
Welcome to the next installment of a monthly series we post. This is a bit of a recap post. We spend a lot of time reading and watching videos about Disney World to stay up on the latest news and trends. And maybe, just because there’s some fun in it for us! We call this series, the “Best of the Disney World Internet” and this is our December 2018 recap.
Thinking about different ways to have a unique experience at Disney World? Does the idea of an African Safari excite you (but not the cost or 12+ hour flight) or do you like animals in general? Been to Disney World before and always wanted to have more time to take in Kilimanjaro Safaris? Well, the Disney Wild Africa Trek may be just what you’re looking for. In this article, we’ll provide our complete Disney Wild Africa Trek review, where we’ll show you pictures, talk about some requirements that you MUST know about, hit the highlights on food, animals and more.
On Tuesday of this week, Disney World rolled out their new date-based ticket system. And with it most people assumed another price increase. Now that the Disney World date-based ticket system is available for all to see, we’ve gone through the data to see what little nuggets are in there.
In this article, we’ll walk you through the system at a high level and hit on what it means for the cost of going to Disney World. We’ll follow this article up with others that will go into more granular detail about certain pricing options. Check the blog each month, as we will revisit how Disney changes prices from one month to the next. That will be a surefire indicator about where tickets are selling and where they aren’t.