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Think “Jungle Cruise” on land, with fewer corny jokes... and actual live animals. You’ll ride in bus-like, open-air, all-terrain vehicles through part of the park’s 110-acre Harambe Wildlife Reserve, where you might see up to 34 species of African animals, including rhinos, lions, giraffes, and hippos. Disney has cleverly hidden the barriers that separate most species, allowing your tour to drive through what looks like open African wilderness. Visit early in the morning to see the most action — many of the animals are napping by mid-day.
This safari is epic. You get up really close to the animals, and there are a lot of animals. I've been to the San Diego Zoo and the Safari Park, and Kilimanjaro beats both of them by a longshot. My one problem with this ride is that it is sometimes hard to see the animals because of the seats. If you are not seated on the edge, then a lot of times it is difficult to view the wildlife, especially if you are a kid. 9/10
SOOOOOO MUCH FUN!
We never miss an opportunity to go on Kilomanjaro Safari. Every ride is different depending on what the animals are doing. There have been a few changes in preparation for night safaris, but none that take away from the attraction. It is educational, fun, and a great way to practice your long distance photography skills. Definitely take advantage of the the Fastpass system to expedite your wait.
After reading some of these reviews I agree with them...
Love it. The ride is nice, rough, and bumpy, and the animals and their environment are top notch. 10/10, especially since they got rid of that ridiculous Little Red/poacher part.
The animals are always great and fun to watch, but the ride suffers from two major flaws. The first is that most of the hosts have no energy. They might as well have the script in their hands. It's become very rare to have a driver who is engaging. The other flaw is the removal of the poachers subplot. The poachers subplot was always fun for me because it added an extra level of depth to the ride. Now it's just a long Jungle Cruise with live animals. I wouldn't dart over to this ride at rope drop, but it's worth riding if you have time.
Love this !!
Our tour guide was terrific. She didn't sound like she was talking from a script. It sounded like she would see an animal, position the vehicle so everyone could see, and then present facts in an interesting way. It seemed to me that she was enjoying herself, the same as me.
I actually rate this safari better than the one at Busch Gardens. More animals to see, and a lot more pictures to take. The area in which the animals live is also much more attractive! A ride that needs to be done first thing in the morning though as many animals find shade when it gets warmer. Brilliant safari that lasts a good amount of time too. A must do for every visit to Animal Kingdom
The bumpiness of this ride is painful. The drivers also go to fast to enjoy the animals and the beautiful environment. Very disappointing for an animal lover.