What would you do if you wake up in your Disney World Resort and walk into the lobby to walk towards Magic Kingdom and notice a baby giraffe staring at you? Sounds a little terrifying, doesn’t it? Well, what if we told you the giraffe was actually a huge gingerbread cookie shaped into the majestic animal?
Walt Disney World Resort always takes vacations seriously, and there is so much more than just the park decorations that you can see at Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Disney World resorts are all currently decorated for the holidays with garlands, decorations, trees and more. Some resorts are just as spectacular as Main Street, USA!
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort erects a massive Gingerbread House every year (except last year due to the pandemic), leaving visitors hungry for cookies, and now Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is heading into the gingerbread fun!
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Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) tweeted that the resort’s team of pastry chefs built a baby giraffe out of gingerbread! Guests can see the creation on display until January 1!
Guests at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge woke up to a wild surprise in the lobby this morning! This gingerbread baby giraffe was made by our talented team of pastry chefs and is on display until January 1st.
Guests at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge woke up to a wild surprise in the lobby this morning! 🦒 This baby gingerbread giraffe was made by our talented team of pastry chefs and is on display until January 1st.#WaltDisneyWorld pic.twitter.com/bMEEXcnOt7
– Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) December 5, 2021
Disney World guests can also enjoy the vacation by attending the Disney Very Merriest – After Hours event on select nights at the Magic Kingdom. In addition to this, guests can meet Santa Claus by visiting EPCOT in the American Pavilion as well as at Disney Springs.
Enter the heart of Africa at this magnificent resort. Inspired by traditional African kraal, the curved horseshoe design offers spectacular views of 4 lush savannas where more than 200 hoofed animals and birds live. Enjoy the dazzling pools, thrilling animal programs, and one of the largest collections of African art in the United States while living your own African safari adventure with a touch of Disney magic.
During your visit, you will also be able to enjoy the delicious dishes available in Boma and Sanaa!
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Let Academy Travel’s team of experts help you plan your next magical vacation to the four theme parks of the Walt Disney World Resort – Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios – and to the shopping and food district of Disney Springs!