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AT A GLANCE...
Pandora the World of AVATAR
-- 2017 Opening
- Flight of Passage E-Ticket Attraction
- Na'vi River Journey Family Canoe Ride
- The Tree of Life
- It's Tough to be a Bug
- Discovery Island Trails
- Adventurers Outpost Meet & Greet
- RIVERS OF LIGHT - 2016
- The Boneyard
- Chester and Hester's
- Finding Nemo: The Musical
- Chester and Hester's DinoRama
- Dinoland USA - Part 1 - Part 2
- Discovery Island Shops
- Expedition Everest Part 1 - Part 2
- Everest Temple
- Lights at Animal Kingdom
- Pangani Forest Exploration Trail
- Pwani View Guest House
- Rafiki's Planet Watch
- Royal Couple of Anandapur
- Seats in Animal Kingdom
- Animal Kingdom Youngsters Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3
- Asian Tigers
- Nile Hippopotamus
- West African Crowned Crane
- Animal Kingdom Turns 15
- Animal Kingdom Turns 10
- Animal Kingdom Turns 5
- Kaleidoscopic Kingdoms
OTHER WALT DISNEY WORLD
OTHER DISNEY THEME
FLIGHTS OF WONDER
You might feel as though you are entering a crumbling fortress as you enter the Caravan Stage outdoor amphitheater in Animal Kingdom's Asia, where Flights of Wonder is performed several times daily.
On the surface, Flights of Wonder appears to be a light, whimsical show starring and about birds, but it has at its core deeper, more serious conservation themes.
The show begins with an almost mystical overview of our feathered friends, and a variety of birds gracefully swoop down from the set and over the audience's heads to the stage.
After this introduction, a trainer comes on stage and showcases the natural abilities of a number of birds, including macaws, a crowned crane, and different types of hawks.
arrival of silly "tour guide" Guano Joe injects an
amount of humor into the show, and he, along with the audience, gradually
learns the importance of mankind's conservation efforts. Certain birds
also perform some stunts, including a singing parrot named Groucho
and a hawk who has been trained to snatch paper money from an audience
member's extended hand. At the end of the performance, the handlers
will bring out an American bald eagle and other birds.
Check your Times Guide for show times - generally on stage 5 times a day.
For the best views, try to sit close to the stage.
Do not rush out when the show is over. The bird handlers will bring one or two owls or other birds to the edge of the stage for you to get an up close look at, ask questions and photograph!
This attraction is wheelchair/ECV accessible.
If it is raining, you may see an abreviated show which actually is more educational than show.
The nearest restrooms are to your right as you exit this attraction.
For more information on Animal Kingdom Live Entertainment, visit Steve Soares' WDW Entertainment Website.
Disney Characters are typically not found in this part of Asia. Check your daily Times Guide for times and locations of character greeting opportunities elsewhere in the Animal Kingdom.
Guest Comment -- Donna S: My 4 year old daughter loved the show!
Ice Cream and Yak and Yeti are in
Mandala Gifts - Asian themed souvenirs, tiger apparel.
Flights of Wonder opened with the park in April 1998. The show has
gone through several changes since the initial version.