Flights of Wonder in Asia at Disney's Animal Kingdom is an exotic bird show with a difference. No birds riding miniature bikes here, everything is based on natural bird behavior, and guests leave the show educated in birds and conservation whilst being entertained.
Disney's Animal Kingdom will soon be gaining an addition FastPass+ attraction bringing the total to ten for that park.
i just watched the full show of this on youtube. i've never seen it in person. i skipped over it cuz i happen to be afraid of birds a bit (like the "tour guide" heh) but wow i think i will have to see this in person. i loved seeing all the "tricks" the birds did and it was very entertaining. i love the message at the end where they talk about protecting the wildlife. everyone should see this.
This is one of those shows that most people probably skip right over. However, this is a fun show that is something you can see everytime you visit this park.
I've been to AK many times but until our last trip I had avoided this attraction, fearing it would be dull.
After some egging on I went in and found it to be charming, funny, informative and thoroughly entertaining from start to finish.
The birds all have fantastic personalities and had he audience of all ages in awe. There was plenty of comedy between the two Cms as well as the fantastically trained birds.
I'd definitely recommend it to cynics and first-time visitors alike.
I almost didn't see this show b/c of a negative review I once read in a travel book. But we had time, and the show was just about to start. The banter between the two trainers was cheesy but fun and they actually had a cute chemistry. They hadn't done the show so much that they'd lost their enthusiasm or surrendered to underlying cynicism. The birds were beautiful and majestic. I saw a similar show w/ birds and other animals @ Universal using several similar stunts and jokes, but because the Disney version was better themed and better performed, I prefer this one.
The show is located in the Caravan Stage and opened on 28 April 1998. The covered theater can seat 1000 guests.