LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Disney’s 2,112-room Caribbean Beach Resort gives Walt Disney World guests an island-vacation experience in moderately priced accommodations. Located on 200 lushly landscaped acres near Epcot, the tropically themed, brightly colored resort’s "island" villages surround a beautiful 42-acre tropical lake. Five villages, made up of clusters of two-story buildings, are themed …
Celebrating three decades as a true pioneer in the campground industry, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground is a vacation haven for Walt Disney World guests who crave natural, rustic charm amidst the most magical place on Earth.
A relaxing tropical paradise with lush landscaping, waterfalls and colorful birds awaits guests at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. The 853-room Polynesian-themed resort features 11 two- and
three-story longhouses situated on the white sandy beach across the
serene Seven Seas Lagoon from Magic Kingdom.
Hundreds of visitors each week journey to Walt Disney World Resort for more than character autographs and Audio-Animatronics thrills. They come to stay in one of six luxury hotels, to be pampered at two world-class spas, to browse in specialty boutiques and to dine in first-rate restaurants that have earned raves from critics worldwide.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla., May 17, 2007 – A team from Operation Migration (OM) recently visited Walt Disney World to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. At Rafiki’s Planet Watch, Operation Migration displayed one of their ultralight planes and hosted a booth featuring pictorial panels illustrating both OM’s history and the whooping …
ESPN Club at Disney’s BoardWalk 100 monitors hang inside ESPN Club ESPN Club is open to both Walt Disney World guests and non-guests The full-service restaurant and sports-entertainment club features three distinct areas: Sports Central The Sidelines The Yard Sports Central houses all broadcast facilities as well as a restaurant including the following: 260-seat “arena” …
Whispering winds sweep across the balmy, Africa-like plain, a peaceful sanctuary at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. From balconies overlooking the savannahs, hotel guests marvel as creatures large and small roam the grasses, forage for food and play in harmony. But now Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge club-level (concierge) guests can actually enter this serene animal reserve for an up-close personal encounter — thanks to the Wanyama Safari experience.
One of the newest experiences at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground offers guests private carriage rides amidst the natural charm and backwoods beauty of Walt Disney World Resort.
Giraffes, zebras and wildebeests have a colorful, diverse group of
neighbors on the African savannah of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge.
They’re joined by a species of longhorn cattle so ancient it is
depicted in Egyptian pyramids, a turkey-sized bird that walks on
its tiptoes, and a territorial hoofed creature now
extinct in its native habitat.
In preparation for creating Disney’s Animal Kingdom, a core team of seven Walt Disney Imagineers, led by executive designer Joe Rohde, crisscrossed the globe in search of the essential look of life in the wild, amassing more than 500,000 miles . . . a distance equal to circling the globe 20 times. Sixty …