The Best Walt Disney World Secrets and Hidden Gems
Have you ever wanted to know all the little Disney World hidden secrets? I’m here to give you all the extra little things to do at Disney World and things to look for that you may have never thought about.
On this guide, we will go through each theme park and unlock some of the mysteries and Disney World hidden gems behind the legendary gates.
Sure, Animal Kingdom may not have all of the fun food festivals such as Epcot, but here you can create your own foodie tour by seeking out the best snacks for less than $15!
If you think Animal Kingdom is just a place to watch animals, then you’ll be surprised at all the rides, attractions, shows, and food you can partake in at this one-of-a-kind theme park. A large chunk of the park is geared towards educating you about animals and their habitats, but another chunk is aimed at providing exquisite cuisines around the world.
This is the first part in an installment of Animal Kingdom’s best snacks, so sit back and enjoy!
The world of Pandora immerses you and takes you automatically into a magical journey with the Na’vi people the Disney way.
This land engulfed me as soon as I walk through the gates. The majesty, the beauty, and the harmonious sounds of nature transported me to another place. Now I am not a super fan of the movie AVATAR, but as I sat in the newly discovered land, I was totally blown away.
I no longer felt as if I was in Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom anymore. If that’s what Disney Imagineers we’re going for, then they absolutely nailed it!
The much-anticipated Harambe Markethas finally opened at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This African-inspired street food marketplace makes it known that food plays the starring role. The Market offers four distinct walk-up windows with 200 + shaded seating.
The Harambe Markettheme is built around a Colonial-era train depot design complete with a 1960s water tower. The goal of Disney was to re-create a bustling center of commerce where guests are welcomed from around the world. The little seaside town will allow Disney guests to immerse themselves into an eclectic culture with the ability to venture out to the reserve and observe Africa’s animals.
A specialty Earth Day Cupcake is available to celebrate this special day. This chocolate cupcake has a chocolate mousse filling with white buttercream dipped in Oreo crumbs. It is topped with a chocolate flowerpot and gummy worms. You can find this cupcake at Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery and Isle of Java in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This is a sweet way to celebrate Earth Day at Disney.