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Kilimanjaro Safaris

An attraction at the Animal Kingdom.

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  • Mar 17, 2010
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The highlight of animal kingdom!
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review by . March 11, 2010
Kilimanjaro, here I come!
When in Animal Kingdom, this is one ride you must go on. I enjoyed Expedition Everest too but that is one hell of a roller coaster ride and you need to have a good heart to go on it. The way I heard it from the staff there was that even he was only able to go once and not anymore. It scared him and gave him nightmares thereafter. After having tried it, I must concur with him. No, I didn't get a nightmare but my heart was pumping like crazy when I was up there & it was the first time on these …
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Corporate Description: Kilimanjaro Safaris, an attraction for Guests of all ages, provides the chance to see African animals including giraffes, black rhinos and lions, as they roam the 100-acre savannah in the Africa area of Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park.The Kilimanjaro Safaris tour begins in the Harambe Wildlife Reserve, across the river from Discovery Island. Climb aboard a rugged open-sided safari vehicle for an exciting expedition through the wildlife preserve. The ride can be a bit bumpy as it crosses rickety bridges, rocky hills and rivers—but you're rewarded with spectacular animal sightings.Since animals have minds of their own, no two Kilimanjaro Safari experiences are the same. You may even catch a glimpse of one of the many baby animals that were recently born at Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park.Perhaps you'll see one of these species:AntelopeBaboonBlack rhinoCheetahCrocodileElephantFlamingoGazelleGiraffeHippopotamusLionOkapisOstrichWarthogWhite rhinoWildebeestZebraThe attraction concludes when your tour guide receives word that poachers have taken a baby elephant from its mother. Your truck takes off on a chase to help save the infant animal from harm.You never know what amazing animals you'll see on Kilimanjaro Safaris. Keep your eyes open and your camera ready! (Source:http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/anima...ns/kilimanjaro-safaris/)
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