Today Renée was able to head to Disney's Animal Kingdom for their Cast Menu preview as they prepare for their reopening on Saturday.
The park has really gone all out with the precautions and social distancing guidelines to hopefully keep everybody safe. Let's head into the park and see what it looks like!
Hello from Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
Social distancing shouldn’t be an issue here today.
An open trash can and some safety reminders welcome you to Pandora.
Flight of Passage has been walk on all morning.
Social distancing lines are on the ground for the entire queue.
Lots of plexiglass barriers added throughout the queue for Flight of Passage.
You walk through the first preshow right into the second one where your party stands on larger dots rather than the usual numbers.
No wait for Navi River Journey. More social distancing lines and plexiglass.
One of the relaxation stations in Asia at Animal Kingdom.
No wait on Expedition Everest. Similar queue spacing and plexiglass here too.
Characters are appearing from a distance on boats.
Social distancing rules go out the window when afternoon storms roll in.
Current menu at Yak and Yeti. Sad to see the fried green beans didn’t make the cut!
Let’s go get that dino! Everyone has been very respectful of distancing and masks for the most part today.
Dinoland is a ghost town.
Lots of dividers in the queue and on the trucks at Kilimanjaro Safari.
Some more of the socially distant entertainment passing by along the water.
Gotta take advantage of absolutely no one in line at Flight of Passage one more time.
Pretty sure I’ll never see it like this ever again.
Solo ride on Flight of Passage.
This was magical.
Thanks for following along on our preview day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom! I have to say that I felt completely safe, and I was definitely apprehensive going in. It was a little weird with CMs in masks and face shields, and yes, it’s hot, but the crowds were non existent.
7/8/2020 08:50:17 am
Curious, were masks worn during Kilimanjaro Safaris? Someone said they could be taken off on the ride and that surprised me. Did you see this happening? was it publicized that masks were optional on that ride?
7/8/2020 10:56:02 am
When we pulled away from the loading dock, the driver stopped for a few seconds after we were about to enter the safari area and said we could take them off if we wanted to since we were all distanced enough. Right before the ride ended, he stopped again before the unload area and reminded us to put them back on before exiting the truck.
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