The holiday edition of the Jungle Cruise returns for its fourth year at the Magic Kingdom.
The holiday edition of the Jungle Cruise opens for its third year today at the Magic Kingdom.
The Adventureland attraction will close in April.
The Jungle Cruise holiday overlay will return for its second year at the Magic Kingdom
I would give it a 0 star. this was the WORST ride at Magic Kingdom. I'm going to brave....it's the WORST ride at Walt Disney world period. Jokes are so bad and the animals might as well as been blow up dolls. Everyone who likes this ride writes the word "Classic"....because it's a dinosaur. They have an emotional attachment to their youth or a great vacation years ago.
but this is 2016 people.
this is a pass. go to something else and don't waste your time on this nonsense
I love this ride. Went on it twice last visit!
Not a big fan of riding in a boat looking at fake animals. They look fake and the ride is a little boring. Skip this and ride the safari at animal kingdom. Now that's a ride!
Loved this one growing up. Classic ride, of course. Still try to catch a ride when I visit WDW, but the line can be pretty lengthy.
The Jungle Cruise takes guests through a river cruise along the tropical rivers of the world. A friendly skipper delivers a live narration at rapid fire pace, and it's non-stop humour the whole way.
The Jungle Cruise was based on Walt Disney's True Life Adventure seeries. The original idea for the Jungle cruise at Disneyland was for it be much more serious, and to include real living animals. Once this turned out to be impractical, the show was designed to use Animated Figures instead. The original version in Disneyland originally opened without the much loved humor that we enjoy today. The light hearted version was introduced in the early 1960s, a few years after opening. When it came for the Jungle Cruise to be built at Walt Disney World, the same jungle humor as created by legen Marc Davis was once again the basis of the attraction.
The Jungle takes guest through: