Tuesday, August 16, 2011

100 Things to Do in Disney #77 ~ Pangani Forest Exporation Trail in Disney's Animal Kingdom


Focused on the Magic

Today for the Disney Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop hosted by Deb at Focused on the Magic, I am sharing #77 in our countdown series 100 Things to Do in Disney.  This happens to be my pick.  I just love strolling through this area in Disney's Animal Kingdom.













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20 comments:

Debs said...

Great shots Beth!! Oh, it makes me want to be there right now. I love The Pangani Trail.

Beth Doda ~ disneymom2jhe said...

Thanks, Deb! This is one of the places I could spend so much time just watching the animals. I am lucky because my children, especially Hayley, are animal lovers. That has made me appreciate AK so much more than I used to. There is so much there if you take the time to "see" it. :-)

Bird said...

Wildly enough, we have yet to ae it over to this part of AK. Somehow we just never have enough time to get it all done... Great shots and I look forward to seeing the trail in person sometime soon!

Beth Doda ~ disneymom2jhe said...

Bird - This may sound odd, but it really is so relaxing walking this trail. There is so much to see and it is surprisingly quiet other then listening to the animals. The silverback gorillas are just amazing to watch. I highly recommend "squeezing" it in if you can!

Kelly said...

Beth I just LOVE these posts!! It is funny because it seems like I never have done the things that you are listing. You are adding to my to do list and I love it!! Great pics!!

Hedy @ WDW Not Just for Kids said...

Great shots! I'm not a bird person, but otherwise I love this trail.

Mrs. Mommy MouseEars said...

Love Pagani trail! Will be visiting there in just a few days :)

Manda said...

Amazing!! I love the last one! :D

Heidi said...

I enjoy strolling through there too - very relaxing! We haven't had time on our last 2 trips to make it over to that section of the park (quicker trips), but I've gotten some fun pictures of that section over the years. (In fact, I may use on for Friday Flashback, come to think of it!)

Disney on Wheels said...

Great photos! I feel like we are always rushing through the Animal Kingdom. We are going to take out time next trip!

Beth Doda ~ disneymom2jhe said...

Our goal for this trip is to really spend more time in AK. We do usually just whip right through, hit the highlights and then go somewhere else in the afternoon. But I know this will be one of Hayley's favorite things on the trip!

Amanda said...

Great pictures! We love walking through this area of Animal Kingdom. I really enjoy stopping at the exhibits where cast members are talking about the animals. You can really learn a lot from them!

Bitten by the Disney Bug

BookGirl said...

It looks amazing! Have a magical day.

Bookgirl @ My Magical Adventures

Mouse Fan Diane said...

HI Beth,
Great pictures, I love that Trail. My kids love watching the animals in AK.

WDW Parkhoppers said...

Great shots... Those gorillas just look menacing..with some banana on their face...hmmm...

Christina said...

I love those pictures! I've only been to Animal Kingdom once so far and it was only for half a day. But I loved it and can't wait to go back and explore some more. :)

Kimberly Hill said...

I need to spend more time on the trail!

dizzneemomma.com said...

I love this trail. I also find it to be very calming. Animal Kingdom is definitely a park to be savored...not rushed. :o) But there's just never enough time!!!

Beth Doda ~ disneymom2jhe said...

On one of our trips (long before I ever thought I wouldbe writing a Disney blog and needing photos!), there was a large gorilla sleeping up against that large window. They way it was laying, its hand was right against the window. I could put my hand right against the window and compare the size of my hand to that of the gorilla's. I have never seen one up that close since that trip, but it was truly amazing to see it so close up. It certainly made me realize just how big they really are!

Naomi said...

Love the pictures! The gorilla sure looks as if he is in charge, doesn't he?