Disney shares update about changes coming to ‘Jungle Cruise’ attraction

ORLANDO, Fla. – Walt Disney Globe shared an update Friday about some of the adjustments heading to the world-famous Jungle Cruise attraction at the Magic Kingdom.

Disney to start with shared details about the alterations coming to the attraction in January. Officials mentioned some of the enhancements will contain a new inclusive story, characters and wildlife, and of system, new jokes instructed by skippers on board the river tour boats.

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In a web site posting Friday, officers described further more that the ride will shortly have a quantity of new scenes that will be all interconnected.

Jungle Cruise at Walt Disney Globe (Disney Parks Website)

“The new scenes will heighten our skippers’ famous comedic tone, beginning with a trapped safari social gathering that finds by itself up a tree right after their journey goes awry,” leaders explained in the blog site posting. “Unexpected situations along the way will give the jungle and animals the past giggle!”

Disney in addition shared particulars about the new story coming to the Jungle Cruise. Officers stated the attraction will be based mostly on the character Alberta Falls, the proprietor of the Jungle Navigation Firm Ltd., and granddaughter of globe-renowned captain Dr. Albert Falls.

Alberta Falls at Disney’s Jungle Cruise (Walt Disney World)

In Disney’s site submit, leaders shared the tale of Alberta Falls and how she turned the proprietor and manager of the river boat organization in Adventureland.


Walt Disney Globe has not shared specifics on when the alterations will start or be completed.

The Jungle Cruise changes occur immediately after Disney said it would revamp its Splash Mountain trip. The log flume trip is remaining reimagined to spotlight Disney’s 2009 The Princess and the Frog film, which released the company’s initially Black princess.

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