Wild Africa Trek
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(Early 2011)– Imagine crossing a rickety footbridge above a riverbed paved ...
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(Early 2011)– Imagine crossing a rickety footbridge above a riverbed paved in menacing crocodiles. Or trekking through a forest for an up-close encounter with a pool of hippos. Guests wanting to venture off the beaten path at Disney’s Animal Kingdom will have an exciting opportunity beginning in early 2011. A new add-on experience, Wild Africa Trek, will take small groups of adventurers on personalized, guided excursions that include a bushwalk through unexplored areas of the forest, home to many species of wildlife, along with over-landing in customized vehicles across an animal-filled savanna. On these expert-led treks, extended time will be spent observing and learning about the wildlife. To complete the journey, guests will experience a taste of Africa while viewing wildlife from a specially designed observation station.
I spoke with the concierge desk at AKV today to check on the Wild Trek Africa. It is scheduled to start on the 31st of January. She did not have any pricing or times posted as of yet. We will be there Jan 23-26 so we miss it by 5 days
It does sound like a great experience and it always is nice to have something Disney to look forward too.
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