Animal Kingdom fans get ready for a new limited-time dining experience coming to the park!
The new Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night event will happen on Wednesday nights throughout the summer at Disney’s Animal Kingdom park.
This new event, inspired by The Lion King, will take guests “…on a flavorful journey inspired by the animated classic. Take a train ride to Rafiki’s Planet Watch, enjoy live entertainment, and graze on hors d’oeuvres featuring authentic African fare plus a variety of other delicious selections. ”
Here’s the description from the Disney Parks Blog:
“Your journey begins with a welcome reception at the Wildlife Express Train Station and takes you on a fun-filled adventure to the train station at Rafiki’s Planet Watch, then continues on to Harambe Market. Throughout the night, you’ll take in sights, sounds, and scrumptious flavors in celebration of “The Lion King” and the Big Five game animals: the African elephant, the rhinoceros, the Cape buffalo, the leopard, and our host animal, the lion. Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about the importance of the Big Five and the challenges they face around the world as well as how Disney is working to protect them.”
Starting at the train station will light hors d’oeuvres, snacks and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, you will enjoy music and fun before getting on the train to ride over to Rafiki’s Planet Watch.
Once there you will be greeted with more snacks and beverages as well as Timon and Rafiki. They will be there for character greetings and interactive activities.
After that you will hop back on the train to visit the Harambe Market! Here you will “..enjoy an array of sweet and savory dishes paired with unique beverages.”
This special event will begin on July 24, 2019 on select nights for a limited time. Price is $125 (plus tax) for adults and $99 (plus tax) for children ages 3-9. Separate park admission is required for this event!
You can book now by calling (407 939-3463) or by visiting the Walt Disney World Resort Dining Page.
Source: Disney Parks Blog
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