Who wouldn’t want to do a 3-hour tour guided walk/ride through Kilimanjaro Safaris savanna… Well, I did it on my last trip to Walt Disney World and it was awesome! Not only are you able to walk through the savanna you get to walk across the bridge where the Nile Crocodiles are, and take a ride in a different kind of safari vehicle. A meal or snack is included with your tour as well as complimentary photos and a souvenir!
According to Disney’s website, the meal, provided by Tiffin’s, can consist of the following items or change at any time, “chicken curry salad, sun-dried tomato hummus and mini pita, marinated tandoori shrimp, smoked salmon roulade with dill, air-dried beef and prosciutto, fresh fruit marinated in mint and ginger.”
There are a few rules for the standard version of the trek:
- You must be ambulatory (per Disney’s website, “physical stamina, comfort with heights, and the surefootedness to negotiate small hills, foliage and unsteady rope bridges”)
- Wheelchair accessible tours are available, you must contact the operations team to schedule a different tour, (407) 938-1373
- Must be 8 years or older (and under 18 must have an accompanying adult)
- Close-toed shoes or hiking boots are required; skirts and dresses not recommended
- Lockers are provided to store your things; personal cameras are allowed so long as they can attach to your harness
- Per Disney’s website, due to the harness required for portions of this trek you must weigh between 45-300 lbs to participate
Here’s the link to book your own Wild Africa Trek!
Now that all the rules are out of the way enjoy these photos from my trek!
Stay tuned for Starlight Safari information coming in April, got a ticket for the very first one!
Would you consider doing the Wild Africa Trek or other experiences like this at Animal Kingdom? Let me know in the comments.