Unique Views Of Animal Kingdom
Check Out Some Hidden Deets At DAK
One of the more pleasant outcomes from the lower parks attendance has been some of the great walkabout videos from our favorite bloggers – especially Greg, Elyssa, and Nick Antonelle!
- Video: Saturday In The Park(s) – MK & DHS!
- ICYMI: A Day At Animal Kingdom
- VIDEO: Ride Rise Of The Resistance With MickeyBlog
- VIDEO: Focus on The Land (and Mexico)
But we’re always looking for other unique views from Disney Parks and recently we featured a video by Tim Tracker; vlogging as during the re-opening of Walt Disney World:
Roads Less Traveled In Animal Kingdom
But in a recent video, and inspired by the Disney+ The Rohdes, Less Traveled, about which MickeyBlog.com posted…
…Tim Tracker headed back into Animal Kingdom to take a closer look at the details and artwork.
And, honestly, the new video and Greg’s recent DAK walkthrough put me to shame. I have always considered Animal Kingdom a “half-day” park. A
nd now I think I am completely wrong.
I Need To Go Back To DAK
It’s very clear to me that I have missed a lot of Disney’s youngest park in Walt Disney World.
For example, check out these four screenshots of DAK:
Evidently, Tim said that someone at Animal Kingdom explained that — unofficially — there were abstract animals created in rock work.
Meanwhile, he also pointed out some of the off-the-beaten-path corners of DAK.
I loved it when Tim said, “What is this and what is happening here…”
Anyway, I don’t wish to spoil Tim’s video, but I think you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.
Things I’ve Never Noticed At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Part 2! | Maharaja Jungle Trek & Hidden Mickeys
Finally, shout out to Tim for finding the Hidden Mickeys at DAK: