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Photo Tour: Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge

Step into the heart of Africa at the absolutely stunning Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge.  Located in, not surprisingly, Disney's Animal Kingdom Resort Area, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge has dazzling pool areas, exciting animal programs and one of the largest collections of African art in the United States.  The horseshoe-curved design of the resort offers spectacular views of lush savannas that are home to over 200 animals and birds. If you've never stayed at this resort and want a more in-depth look, you can read our full review here .  Now, let's see everything Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge has to offer and start our photo tour! Stunning Jambo House Lobby Some of the African artwork you'll find displayed throughout the resort Outside the lobby, you'll find the one and only bus departure location for Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge. There is another bus stop at Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas - Kidani Village and occasionally your bus may make a

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is without a doubt one of the most uniquely themed resorts on Disney property. Upon arrival at the resort, you are immediately transported to the heart of Africa. If I hadn’t flown to the Orlando International Airport, I may have actually thought I had landed in Africa! Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge Lobby The lobby has the similar awe-inspiring effect of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. With thatched ceilings, large wood beams and real African artifacts, you again have to remind yourself that you are not really in Africa but at Walt Disney World. The lobby boasts a floor to ceiling window that overlooks one of the three savannas. Just like Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, Animal Kingdom Lodge is all about conservation and is dedicated to the care of animals. Savanna View   Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge has three separate savannas; Sunset, Arusha and Uzima. The savannas are home to over 30 species of African wildlife including zebras, giraffes,