Height requirements set for attractions in upcoming Pandora - The World of Avatar

Mar 07, 2017 in "Pandora - The World of Avatar"

The height requirements for the new rides in Pandora - The World of Avatar are now available.

The land's thrill ride, Avatar Flight of Passage, will have a 44" minimum height requirement. This puts it alongside Expedition Everest, Mission Space and Space Mountain, and notably higher than the similar Soarin' attraction at Epcot (40").

Disney describes Flight of Passage:

Get a banshee’s-eye view of the beauty and grandeur of Pandora on a rite of passage you won’t soon forget!

Deep in the heart of the Valley of Mo’ara, discover Avatar Flight of Passage—an all-new expedition that lets interstellar explorers like you climb atop a mountain banshee for a breathtaking, first-person flight over the moon’s incredible landscape.

Bonding with a mountain banshee is a crucial step in the life of a Na’vi hunter—and flying on the back of one of these powerful winged creatures represents an important rite of passage.

Now, as a visitor to Pandora, you’ll finally have the chance to test yourself in a similar way!

As expected, Pandora's second attraction, Na'Vi River Journey will not have a height requirement.

Glide down a gentle, mysterious river and feel a sense of wonder as the full beauty of Pandora reveals itself. Located within the Valley of Mo’ara, Na’vi River Journey offers explorers an experience that has to be seen—and heard—to be believed!

As your expedition begins, climb aboard a reed boat and drift downstream. After coasting through a series of caves, and passing by exotic glowing plants and amazing creatures of the rainforest, you’ll soon find yourself face-to-face with the Na’vi Shaman of Songs.

The adventure comes to a conclusion as the Shaman demonstrates her deep connection to the life force of Pandora—and sends positive energy out into the forest through the power of her music!

Pandora - The World of Avatar opens May 27 2017 at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

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Article Posted: Mar 07, 2017 / 7:11am EST