'A Path Less Traveled Tour' limited time experience coming to Disney's Animal Kingdom for Earth Day celebrations

Mar 02, 2020 in "Disney's Animal Kingdom"

Disney's Animal Kingdom will offer a limited time walking tour as part of the park's multi-day Earth Day celebrations.

The 2 hour tour costs $69 per person and is available March 29 through May 2 2020. Reservations can be now via 407 939-7529. A 15% discount is available for passholders.

A Path Less Traveled Tour

Embark on a 2-hour walking tour to discover what it takes to bring the magic of animals, culture and conservation to life. Highlights include:

  • Insider Inspiration: Embark on an onstage walking tour that highlights the use of authentic details, clever construction and imaginative design to tell stories throughout various lands.
  • Conservation Connection: Meet with animal care experts to learn how we care for the animals in the park and what we are doing to save wildlife species worldwide.

The tour starts at 8am, with check in at 7:45am. Theme park admission is required.

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Article Posted: Mar 02, 2020 / 8:12am ET
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TINKWINGSMar 02, 2020

That tour sounds interesting! We always leave park to eat at BOMA for dinner, its my favorite restaurant for many reasons in WDW. Consistent quality and variety of tastes, but have been curious to try Tiffins and never even heard of Nomad....tink flys off to look at menus! :happy:

wdwmagicMar 02, 2020

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Prototype82Feb 25, 2020

Got my reservation. Super excited. I've heard his talk has some incredible and interesting food.

shipley731Feb 18, 2020

I just signed up for the April 19 Tiffins Talk. I saw Joe’s Instagram post last year about the event & it looked super interesting.

peter11435Feb 17, 2020

They would all be dead within weeks if they were dropped into the Wild.

RobWDW1971Feb 17, 2020

If they really cared about nature, they could return all of their wild animals back to their homeland. Nah, better to virtue signal about conservation and keep a Silverback Gorilla in an enclosure for kids to make funny faces at all day.

TrainChasersFeb 16, 2020

So.... anyone going to the tiffins talk? I wonder if Joe will give any of the presentations at the theatre in the wild.

RteetzFeb 16, 2020

Yak and Yeti has never really appealed to me much.

TrainChasersFeb 16, 2020

I mean personally I love the chicken bowl at the canteen.

RSoxNo1Feb 16, 2020

I'm a cheap date, what can I say? I've had great meals at Tiffin's and Cali Grill as well, but I hit Yak and Yeti every trip.

RteetzFeb 16, 2020

To each their own

RSoxNo1Feb 16, 2020

The Chicken Tikka Masala at Yak and Yeti is better than both.

TrainChasersFeb 15, 2020

The only mention of Tiffins in the article was about the Tiffins Talks, I was trying to figure out why you brought it up.

Gabe1Feb 15, 2020

Hmpf. You obviously quoted the Wong member or just flat out made this up to shore up a fake debate. I never said such a thing. Which is it?