‘A PATH LESS TRAVELLED TOUR’ COMES TO DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM FOR LIMITED PERIOD

BY GABRIELLE

Disney’s Earth Month activities are to include a new onstage walking tour which will take place at Disney’s Animal Kingdom for a limited period.

‘A Path Less Travelled Tour’ will inform visitors about the construction and design of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Guests will also have the chance to meet experts in animal care and learn about how the animals in the park are cared for.

The temporary tour is designed to give visitors a glimpse of the culture of care and conservation at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

The ‘A Path Less Travelled Tour’ is running daily from March 29 until May 2, 2020 from 8am to 10am.

The tour is part of Earth Month, where Disney resorts join together to celebrate the world we share through an emphasis on conservation and caring for the planet.

DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM TO HOST MULTI-DAY CELEBRATION FOR 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF EARTH DAY

BY GABRIELLE

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is to host a party in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Disney Conservation Fund and the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

The celebration will take place from April 18 until April 22, 2020 and will feature a series of special activities and entertainment throughout the park. The party’s finale will be held on April 22, Earth Day.

The activities will include a panel of speakers and entertainers, behind-the-scenes-tours, food and drink options, limited edition merchandise signings, meet-and-greet sessions with characters, special Wilderness Explorer activities, and much more.

Animal experts at the park will carry out presentations as part of the Wild by Nature Speaker Series at the Theatre in the World, where visitors will be informed about ways in which conservation experts at Disney are working on saving wildlife and the planet.

Photographers and explorers from the National Geographic will also be at the park throughout the event, sharing stories about their wildlife adventures and showing animal photography during speaker series.

National Geographic merchandise will also be up for sale for the first time at Disney Parks.