It is my pleasure to have Kathryn as a guest blogger once again! Thanks Kathryn for your review of Kilimanjaro Safaris.
Hi “Mouse”cation readers! It’s Kathryn from Kathryn’s Kloset bringing you another fun filled Disney post. Last time, I told you about my favorite place to eat breakfast, the Tusker House, inside the Animal Kingdom. Today, I am going to tell you about a must see attraction at Animal Kingdom, Kilimanjaro Safaris. As you probably gathered by now, we love Animal Kingdom. Of course, the Magic Kingdom is number one on our list, but Animal Kingdom holds a very close second.
Kilimanjaro Safaris is an attraction for all ages. Disney FastPass is available for this attraction and I highly recommend taking advantage of it. I have not yet been one time where there is not a wait time for this attraction. Kilimanjaro Safaris is definitely one that you will want to put at the top of your must see list.
This safari gives you a tour of the African savannas and it is so close to being on a real safari that you will actually feel like you are in Africa. It is amazing, once you leave the gate in your open-air vehicle; it feels like you have stepped into another country. The vehicle that you will board is open on both sides and looks like it has been on one too many safaris. But quite the contrary, these vehicles are state of the art complete with tracking systems, that allows employees to see the vehicles every move from the official Kilimanjaro Safari tracking station. These vehicles are serviced on a daily basis and rotate throughout the day.
The safari takes about 20 minutes to complete and takes you on a ride through the natural habitats of the Harambe Wildlife Reserve, along twisted pathways and there is even a bridge that looks like you will not make it over. You will get to see over 34 different species of animals where your vehicle will make stops along the way for you to take pictures, so keep you camera ready to go, or just admire the scenery. Your driver on your safari will keep you posted along the way of what is coming up so be sure and listen and keep your eyes peeled. You definitely do not want to miss a thing!
Another great thing is that Tusker House is just a short walk to the entrance to Kilimanjaro Safaris. Two of my favorite things about Animal Kingdom so close together, make it easy to visit both the first couple of hours we are at Animal Kingdom.
Thanks, Tabitha, for allowing me to guest post on your blog once again! Until next time….Cheers!