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A View of The Animal Kingdom

As walked into the  Animal Kingdom it felt as if we had walked into a naturalists dream world full of nature and wildlife. It is a small visionary planet a where men, women, and children could learn about nature and the importance of conservation. The Animal Kingdom exceeded our expectations, it didn’t feel like a theme park, or a zoo but a place to be explored and admired for the beauty of its landscape.

The Tree of Life


Free to Roam


A View of Mount Everest


And getting to know your fellow primate

I know these are only a few images of why we loved the Animal Kingdom. But it was more than just a theme park it took us to another world teaching about the importance of conservation and showing our children that the world is a bigger place that you or I could ever imagine…

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Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook

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    1. It was my favorite part of Disney we went twice and couldn’t believe all that missed the first time. The highlight was the show Flights of Wonder we all laughed and learned so much about birds…They also have a spot called Rafiki’s Planet watch were you can view the vets. taking care of the animals and giving them their daily check-ups. It was very exciting for the kids and us!

  1. This was my favourite park. It transports you to all of these amazing places that we might never get to visit – all in a day. Disney does such a good job on ambience don’t they? Unfortunately, this is park my hubby missed cuz he got sick the day the rest of us went.
    We went pre-kids but your stories are making me want to plan a trip there with my girls too. 🙂

    1. It was amazing! And the ambience was beautiful. It never felt crowded and I loved the fact that they had people all over the park to answer your questions about botany and wildlife. You should definitely take your girls they would love it! My boys think it was the best part of the whole trip 🙂

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