Thursday, September 29, 2016

New Descriptions of Attractions in Pandora - The World of Avatar

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New Descriptions of Attractions in Pandora - The World of Avatar 
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As many of you may know, the Pandora project at Disney's Animal Kingdom has been a work in progress for quite some time. Unfortunately, until today, we had no official details of what to expect from the new experiences beyond some simple conceptual art and what Imagineering has mentioned along the way. Thankfully, with the release of the latest Birnbaum's 2017 Official Guidebook, we now have a few details about what the new experiences will be like and what to expect when the land is scheduled to open in 2017. 

Here are the details straight from the book: 

cia2ohcNa’Vi River Journey (FP+)
A musical voyage into Pandora’s bioluminescent forest, this trip is as calm and family-friendly as they come. The adventure begins as guests board canoes and venture down a mysterious, sacred river hidden within the rainforest. The grandeur of Pandora is revealed as canoes float past exotic glowing plants and an array of amazing creatures, include native humanoids known as Na’vi. The journey culminates in an encounter with a Na’vi shaman, who has a deep connection to the life of Pandora and sends positive energy into the forest with her music. Na’vi River Journey is generally appreciated by guests of all ages (through timid tykes who are spooked by darkness may find parts of this expedition unsettling).
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AVATAR Flight of Passage (FP+)
The crowning jewel of Animal Kingdom’s newest neighborhood, AVATAR Flight of Passage invites daredevils to take a scenic trip to Pandora on the backs of a flying Mountain Banshee. The intense journey takes place in a cutting-edge, simulator-like environment and offers much more than a thrill a minute. Guests are treated to a bird’s-eye view of all the sights, sounds, and smells of the majestic moon that the Na’vi call home.
A high-flying “E-Ticket” experience, Flight of Passage is a most realistic, immersive experience. It is not recommended for guests with motion sensitivity, heart conditions, fear of heights, or any other physical issues. This experience is quite popular, book a Fastpass+ assignment if you can. For height requirements, visit www.disneyworld.com.
If you wish to take a look at the book for yourself, be sure to check out the link below to get you right to the page and the correct edition of the book. It is a great guidebook, even though I am a little biased towards my own book. The writers have the unique backing of the Disney company and as a result have some extra details about what's coming next, directly from the company itself. 

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