Although Disney’s Animal Kingdom runs a little short in the thrills department, it does take the concept of a “zoo” to a new level. It’s one of Disney’s most beautiful parks, and its major lands (Africa and Asia) offer beautifully designed and crafted animal habitats and exhibits, including a dead-on re-creation of an African savanna. However, despite its backstory, the Dino-land area seems oddly out of place and random.
Parents and children who adore animals will have a great time here, but teenage thrillseekers might be bit bored come lunchtime. The park’s terrain is rather hilly and uneven, so expect to do a lot of walking. Get there early in the morning to improve your chances of seeing the most animals, especially on the tour.
End result--high on theming and beauty, low on volume of attractions.