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Festival of the Lion King Dining Package at Disney’s Animal Kingdom


Walt Disney World resort just announced two new dining packages featuring the show Festival of the Lion King at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.  This show is one of my favorites in all the parks, and definitely not one to be missed!  The package details are as follows:

  • ·       The package includes lunch or dinner at Tiffins Restaurant located on the pathway between Discovery Island and Pandora. This signature dining restaurant features an eccentric and worldly menu.  Nicole and I enjoyed it when we ate there last November, but definitely look over the menu if you have picky eaters in the group! Your package will get you an appetizer, entrée, dessert and wine beer or non-alcoholic beverage.
  • ·       It wouldn’t be a Festival of the Lion King dining package without a VIP Festival of the Lion King experience.  Guests will get vouchers for priority reserved seating and will receive a commemorative photo of the cast.
  • ·       There are two tiers of packages: Tier 1 runs $99 per adult and $49 for children aged 3-9.  This tier includes the meal at Tiffins, reserved VIP seating for the show, and a special safari tour with a guide.  Tier 2 runs $74 per adult and $29 for children aged 3-9.  This also includes the meal at Tiffins and features reserved seating for the show.

This package is available to book today.  What do you think?  Is this something that has value for your family?
Interested in planning your next magical vacation.  Let me help you! I am an authorized Disney Vacation Planner with Magical Adventures Travel and I’d love to help you plant the BEST TRIP EVER!  E-mail me at kellyp@magicaladventurestravel.com for your free no-obligation quote today!

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