Disney World Guests are often overwhelmed when they visit the Disney World Theme Parks since there is so much to do and see. Only WDWorld will help guide you to the best attractions, entertainment, and dining for the Disney World visitor that only has one day to experience all they can.
In this article we look at Disney's Animal Kingdom and present: The Disney's Animal Kingdom One Day Must See Guide!
This Disney World Park is the newest, opening in 1998, and most highly themed of the 4 Disney World Theme Parks. Although sometimes confused with a zoo, because of its inclusion of live animals, this park has more details to take in and enjoy than the other parks, as well as, top notch use of technology in the premier thrill rides, and two of the best lives shows at Disney World. Don't ever let anyone tell you that this is only a half day park.
One Day To Do It All
One day is not enough to see and do it all in any of the four Disney World Theme Parks, but if you only have one day available to spend at a Disney World Park you want to see the best entertainment, experience the best attractions, and eat the best food. From experience the Editors at Only WDWorld can tell you that Disney World is not best experienced as a race, but rather at a pace where you have time to enjoy not only the main attractions, but also many of the details that the Disney Imagineers have painstakingly included throughout the Parks. These details are what makes Disney World different from any other Theme Park or Resort vacation that you will experience, and it is the reason that so many people come back to Disney World year after year.
The Disney's Animal Kingdom One Day Must See Guide!This guide will help you get the most out of your day at Disney's Animal Kingdom. If you visit the attractions in the order presented you will minimize your wait time during the day which will allow you to see more and spend less time waiting in lines. Take advantage of the Disney FastPass System. It is free and it will also help you minimize you time spent waiting in line.
Arrive at Disney's Animal Kingdom before the park opens and get a Park Guide to familiarize yourself with the layout of the park. From the park entrance you proceed to Discovery Island which houses the Tree Of Life, the iconic feature of Disney's Animal Kingdom. From there the park branches off into 4 additional lands: Camp Minnie Mickey, Africa, Asia, and Dinoland.