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Disney’s Animal Kingdom now offering new Savor the Savanna Evening Safari Experience

in Disney, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Theme Parks, Walt Disney World

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Just last week Disney’s Animal Kingdom kicked off their new nighttime entertainment which includes an exciting evening Kilimanjaro Safari ride. Guests who want to take that experience up a notch are now in luck because the park has introduced a new extra ticketed evening experience called the Savor the Savanna Evening Safari Experience.

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This new Animal Kingdom experience offers you the opportunity to hop aboard a private safari vehicle and enjoy an expedition through the Harambe Wildlife Reserve.

Immerse your senses during a privately guided journey and explore the sights and sounds—and tastes—of Africa. Welcome to Savor The Savanna: Evening Safari Experience, an all-new premium tour where you can discover the wonders of the continent’s most amazing creatures… and so much more!

Special Access to the Savanna Your safari begins with a journey deep into the heart of the Harambe Wildlife Reserve. As the evening awakens, you’ll soon find yourself within one of the most secluded and breathtaking private viewing areas the Savanna has to offer.

Listen along as your guide tells tales of the unique residents who inhabit the reserve, and don’t hesitate to ask questions as he or she shares insightful information about the wildlife and the special care they’re provided at Disney’s Animal Kingdom park.

While savoring the Savanna scenery, you’re invited to indulge in a sampling of African-inspired tapas too, paired with an all-inclusive selection of regional beer and wine offerings.

You’ll even be given a commemorative keepsake you can take home—yet another memory that will live on long after your excursion has ended!

The Savor the Savanna Evening Safari Experience will cost you $169 and valid theme park admission is required. Call 407-WDW-TOUR (939-8687) to book your safari now!

5 Comments

  1. Crista

    Why is it that the parks keep adding these night time ticketed attractions? I am sure that Walt wouldn’t be 100% on board with this. I thought that I had read somewhere that they were going to stay open later and have the light show along with night kilimanjaro safari ride and this was going to be open to all. Not at an event ticket price. Disney is supposed to be a place for families to go on a budget or with endless funds. With all these extra costs now to be in the park and do things after a certain time is weeding out those that are on a budget. They should stick to extra night time excitement to those staying on property, that was a perk for paying to stay at WDW.

    1. Garaan

      They are keeping the park open later, and running the safari late with all the new lighting and stuff. That’s open admission, and doesn’t cost any extra.

      What -this- is, is a ‘premium experience’ that lets people enjoy the thing with an ostensibly smaller group, no waiting in line, a tour guide, and tapas someplace adjacent to the safari that isn’t open to gen-admit guests. You don’t NEED to pay for this to experience the safari after dark; they aren’t reneging on that. They’re just offering people who want the fancy version the option to pay extra for a fancy version. It’s the same as doing the VIP tours to be led around, told trivia, and get bypassed onto a few rides.

    2. Michael

      Crista,

      Lots of factors play in here, but Walt never ever mentioned that it was a place for families on a budget. And yes, the prices do weed out some. It all comes down to supply and demand. If this experience was free, it wouldn’t be able to keep up with demand and then people would be complaining about that.

    3. Mike

      Have you heard the phrase “e ticket ride” and know where it came from? Disneyland opened using tickets of differing denominations for the rides. Walt didn’t have a problem with it then….

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E_ticket

  2. Mivian Schiavone

    Disney is to make money…at whatever cost..they are the worst employer..forget the magic if entertaining families with a low budget…that’s utopia land.

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