Safari Breakfast Adventure
Sunrise Safari Breakfast
Adventure is available to Animal Kingdom Lodge concierge guests
and Disney Vacation Club Members staying at Animal Kingdom Villas only.
The Adventure is available on Sundays and Thursdays with a limit of 28
persons. Guests are
transported to the Animal Kingdom's Kilimanjaro Safari area. The tour along
the safari ride path lasts about 45 minutes and includes multiple stops, so
that you can stand up and take pictures. Each of the animals along the way
is described in great detail.
After the Safari, you can go to Tusker House for a breakfast buffet which
includes both standard American and African items. Each person also gets a
Fast Pass to Kilimanjaro Safari. The tour begins at 6:30 am and costs $40
for Guests ages 3 to 9 and $75.00 for Guests 10 and older. Prices include
tax, gratuity, tour and breakfast. The Sunrise Safari Breakfast Adventure can be booked by contacting Animal
Kingdom Lodge concierge directly.
This tour is exclusively for guests of Disney's Animal Kingdom
Lodge Jambo House and Kidani Villas.
A 90-minute safari experience at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge that
resembles an African afternoon game drive. Guests will be able to learn
about the natural history and management of the animals and architecture of
the resort. The safari begins approximately one hour prior to sunset and
concludes at Jiko for a multi-course meal.
This safari is offered on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 3:45PM. The tour
cost is $190.64 per person for guests 8 and older(Club Level Pricing). Price
includes tour, meal, tax and gratuity.
Not available for guests under the age of 8.
The Wanyama Safari and Dinner can only be booked by the itinerary planning
office or Concierge at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. To make a reservation,
please call (407) 938-4755. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or
guardian permission to call.
Please note: A cancellation fee
amounting to the full cost of the Wanyama Safari and Dinner will apply for
all no shows or cancellations taking place less than 48 hours before your
"Our guide was very
informative and answered all questions. The animals had just been released
back into their areas when our tour started. They were very lively and
inquisitive. The vehicle stopped at each location for quite a while which
gave us all great photo ops. Once our safari was over we walked to the
Tusker House where they had a private Africa buffet set up in the School
House room. The food was something to see, so much of it and it all looked
fantastic. Fresh fruits, fruit stew with a puffed pastry topping, scrambled
eggs, frittata, fried eggs with green tomatoes, five different type of
sausages, bacon, ham slices, banana French toast, fried bananas, home fries,
tons of assorted breads, pastries, danish and donuts. Two batches of fresh
squeezed mixed fruit juices, coffee, & tea. The breakfast was delicious!!
Extremely friendly African cast members took the time to explain the
different dishes to all of us. It was all you could eat and a very good
selection. There was plenty of 'standard' fare items and some delicious
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