Good morning, my friends! How are things out in your personal slice of the “Disney-verse”? I hope all is well.
As I’ve mentioned in the past, one of the All in WDW family’s overall favorite WDW attractions is the Jungle Cruise. When I run a Favorite Attractions poll, it always gets our votes.
Sadly, however, it never seems to get quite as much love as other Magic Kingdom icons – such as Haunted Mansion, Splash Mountain, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
In fact, where that trio finished 2016 as the All in WDW Readers’ Favorite Top 3 Attractions in all of Walt Disney World, poor Jungle Cruise only mustered a 12th Place finish in our Magic Kingdom “competition”. Very sad.
For results of all our 2016 Attraction polls, click these links:
It makes us very happy that Disney, themselves, has paid some additional homage to Jungle Cruise in recent years – with the opening of Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto in the Polynesian Resort as well as Skipper Canteen in the Magic Kingdom, itself.
Anyway, I thought we could spend a brief bit of time today sending a little bit of love the cruise’s way with a tiny dose of trivia! How well do you know the Jungle Cruise? Let’s see!
“The queue for the Jungle Cruise takes place in the office of the fictional Jungle Navigation Co. According to a sign in the queue, the company takes guests on riverboats which depart from the Adventureland Dock.
[In] the backstory, the Adventureland Dock is itself located on the _______________ River.”
Every boat on the Jungle Cruise has an individual name, but only one of them has ever sunk in the Magic Kingdom. It sank in 2004, but it did return to service. It was the _______________.
Which of these statements is FALSE?
1. The Schweitzer Falls marks the transition between the Nile and Mekong Rivers.
2. The Jungle Cruise has the lowest elevation of any attraction in the Magic Kingdom.
3. The squid from the film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is discreetly hidden in the Jungle Cruise.
4. The attraction was ready and opened on the Magic Kingdom’s Opening Day on October 1, 1971.
The Winter holiday layover, “Jingle Cruise”, first-appeared in ______________ .