All of us understand that Disney World Florida do not have amusement park in Africa. Well, for a bit not yet. Then why is it that people are talking about taking a vacation in Disney World’s African theme park lodge?

They are in fact talking about The Animal Kingdom Vacation Lodge which is in the southwest corner of Disney World located near the Animal Kingdom style park. This excitingly themed and intriguing lodge was officially stated opened in 2001. The Animal Kingdom Lodge is a combination of African tribal native architecture with the exotic rugged style of East African National Park lodges. The Animal Kingdom Vacation Lodge was developed by Peter Dominick of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge fame.

Amazingly breathtaking view of the 33 acre surface architecture with streaming streams and elevated rock protrusions can be seen from half of the rooms at the lodge. Hundreds of friendly animals and birds of mainly African origin stroll freely at the location. Many of the virtually 1,300 rooms have to do with 340 square feet huge and decorated with hand-crafted African furnishings and furnishings. Practically all spaces feature a balcony to see the remarkable surrounding.

The Animal Kingdom Lodge likewise offer great dining in a casual setting at the Jiko restaurant. Jiko serves light, fast and basic dishes. Another restaurant, the Boma is a family dining establishment. This restaurant is the African variation of the Whispering Canyon dining establishment located at the Fort Wilderness Lodge and Villas. Boma serves buffet food in African thatched roofing systems and the majority of dishes are grills – African tribal design food preparation.

The Animal Kingdom Lodge is linked to the remainder of the Disney World by buses as its place is rather remote and out of the way.

There are 2 wings at the resort, branching from the rear of the resort are the Kudu Trial and Zebra Trial forming a semi circle around the central wildlife savanna. Each wing have 7 5 story structures with visitor spaces for visitor to remain.

The best rooms are on third and 4th floors. This is due to the fact that these spaces are high enough to overlook the entire savanna but at the very same time just low enough to value the flora and fauna at almost ground eye level. The 2nd storey spaces are too low to see the savanna and rooms on the fifth floor are too high for viewing the friendly animals close up.

There are two smaller wings called the Ostrich Trail and the Giraffe Trial. Nonetheless, rooms from these wings do not take pleasure in views as lovely as the ones at the Kudu and Zebra Trail.

By remaining in The Animal Kingdom Resort, you not just have a Disney vacation, but a touch of the African plains as well. Fascinating mix, don’t you think so? So if you are thinking about taking a Disney vacation, why not consider staying at the Animal Kingdom resort at Walt Disney World?

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