Africa – Disney’s Animal Kingdom

As you cross the bridge to the left side of the Tree of Life at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, you will enter the enchanting Harambe Village, the gateway to Africa, which contains several restaurants, specialty shops and a lively marketplace.

In Africa, you can take a fascinating journey through the 100-acre Harambe Reserve aboard a 32-passenger safari jeep at Kilimanjaro Safaris. View wandering African elephants, giraffes, rhinos, lions, hippos, crocodiles, baboons and more during your safari adventure. Africa is also home to the Pangani Forest Exploration Trail, which winds through a beautiful rain forest with views of gorillas, hippos, antelopes and meerkats along the way. Africa also boasts the Harambe Station, where the Wildlife Express Train will take you on a 1.2-mile ride to Rafiki’s Planet Watch, which includesConservation Station, Affection Section petting yard and Habitat Habit.

Dining opportunities within Africa include the Tusker House Restaurant, Kamal’s Burger Grill, Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery, Harambe Fruit Market, Tamu Tamu Refreshments and Dawa Bar. For souvenirs of your visit to Africa, check out theMombasa Marketplace/Ziwani Traders.

Africa Attractions
Kilimanjaro Safaris
Pangani Forest Exploration Trail

Africa Restaurants
Dawa Bar
Harambe Fruit Market
Kamal’s Burger Grill
Kusafari Coffee Shop & Bakery
Tamu Tamu Refreshments
Tusker House Restaurant

Africa Shopping
Mombasa Marketplace/Ziwani Traders

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