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Magic King­dom Jun­gle Cruise at Night - Walt Dis­ney World HD POV

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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.


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?

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