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Magic Kingdom Jungle Cruise at Night - Walt Disney World HD POV
Another partially outdoor attraction, Test Track at Epcot, has a high speed run at the very end. You burst through a set of doors in your vehicle and accelerate until the very end of the ride. Sure, you really can’t see much more than during the day, compliments of the slanted track, but the cooler nighttime air in our faces make us think that we’re going even faster!
I’m so in love with Adventureland in Magic Kingdom at night. It just feels like a completely different area, and a ride on Jungle Cruise is a whole new experience when the sun sets. You won’t see as much of the small details as you would during the day, but that’s what makes it seem even more real. You’ll hear the same corny jokes, but you’ll have a new take on the treasure cave.
If you’ve taken a ride on Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom during the day (the only option up until May 2016), you will have seen plenty of wild animals, but they were probably asleep. Take a spin on the attraction at night and it will feel like a whole new ride. The nocturnal animals are raring to go and, compliments of the cooler temperature, you won’t be sweating your butt off in the open-air transport.
TOWER OF TERROR
Truth? Tower of Terror is not for the faint of heart—or stomach. The Hollywood Studios ride has a way of catching your heart in your throat, dropping it, letting it hover for a second, and then dropping it again. The folks that love it, love that thrilling race straight up and down, and at night, if you catch the sunset just right, you’ll have gorgeous views of the park and its lights.
Do you have a favorite nighttime ride at WDW? What makes it your fave?