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Disney's Jungle cruise is an outdoor, narrated boat ride which journeys though the waterways of four different continents.

Along the way you'll encounter animatronic elephants, lions, alligators and many more wild and exotic creatures. You'll also find crazy explorers, ancient ruins and some none-to-friendly natives!

To entertain you on your tour throughout the jungle, your skipper will regale you with humorous tales of danger and some witty one-liners.

About this Attraction

Location: Adventureland

Type: Boat ride

Duration: About 8 minutes

Fastpass: Yes

Child Swap available

Pal Mickey Interaction

Best time to visit: Early morning or in the evening

Tips & Fun Facts

Queue times can vary depending on season but its recommended that you make use of the FASTpass option here. It can become busy once the park starts to fill up in the morning, seeing as its the first attraction you come across when doing the park clockwise.
This attraction is more appropriate for youngsters during daylight hours.

Each of the scenes in the Jungle Cruise attraction is taken from the True-Life Adventure Film Series that Walt Disney produced in the early 1960's.
Guides of the Jungle Cruise fire off almost 631,000 rounds of ammunition per year. But don't worry, they're only blanks!
The Jungle Cruise occupies almost one third of Adventureland.

A cluster of barnacles on the entrance sign (below the word 'exotic') form a hidden Mickey.

Within the Cambodian temple ruins, there is a spider to the left of the treasure with a familiar yellow marking on its back.

Also in the temple, 3 gold plates on the stairs form a Mickey.

Look closely at the side of the plane.

Where the elephants are taking baths, there is a Mickey in the background, etched in the stone.

Additional Information

Guests may remain in wheelchair/ECV to board

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