We’re excited to bring our readers more details about the new Sundowner Celebration, taking place in the Animal Kingdom from 3 p.m. each day until park closing.
Festivities will continue until “at least” the end of June, so plan your adventures accordingly!
Don’t vacate the park in the late afternoon if you can help it — there’s lots to do before the sun goes down! Click the pic below to see a larger version!
Jambo! In Harambe — Animal Kingdom’s African Village — you’ll find a street party going on featuring the Burudika entertainers and the Tam Tam Drummers.
The wine walk is available every day in June. You’ll get four tastings for $8 and six tastings for $11. Or, try the non-alcoholic fruit juice tasting for $4.
Start your wine walk near the Dawa Bar.
Our friends Todd and Cheryl Perlmutter participated in the fruit juice tasting. Verdict? Todd liked the Soursop the best, while Cheryl preferred the Guava.
Ingredient info for the Soursop Juice:
Sugar Cane Juice is another option on the juice tasting!
And don’t forget to try the Guava Juice. Which will be your favorite?
In addition to the wine and juice, Harambe Village is introducing some new foods just for the Sundowner: African-Inspired Spiced Popcorn (Guava, Africa Spice, Apricot); Dried Fruit; Plantain Chips; and Jungle Juice (a mix of passion fruit, guava, and orange juice).
Jungle Juice is also known as POG Juice when served at other Disney restaurants, and it’s DEEEElish. Yum!
There’s food, music, and fun in Anandapur, the Asian section of Animal Kingdom!
Anandapur’s special treats for the celebration include Asia-Inspired “Chex Mix”, Wasabi Peas, and non-alcoholic Ginger Beer.
Before or after you join the street party, stop for an Asian-style hot dog!
I can’t wait to hear more reviews from this new celebration in Animal Kingdom! If you have food pics or reviews, send them along to [email protected]! Thanks! 🙂
What do you think about the addition of the Sundowner Celebration? Will you stay in the Animal Kingdom longer to participate in the activities?