Flight of Passage Review in Pandora Line Queue

Flight of Passage Review in Pandora

Flight of Passage Review in Pandora, World of Avatar Avatar Flight of Passage is a 3D augmented reality flying simulator attraction in Animal Kingdom’s Pandora: The World of Avatar.  Flight of Passage allows guests to “fly” on the back of a mountain Banshee through the Valley of Mo’ara. This attraction takes place in the fictional Alpha Centauri Expeditions (ACE), which[…]

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Pandora World of Avatar Na’Vi River Journey Ride at Disney

Looking to watch the new Pandora: World of Avatar- Na’vi River Journey Ride? The boat ride in Pandora: World of Avatar is called the Na’vi River Journey Ride.  The ride is full of gorgeous bioluminescence, realistic animals native to Pandora, and a blissful Shaman.  The ride is both serene and exciting.  It is an absolutely breathtaking ride. This ride is[…]

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Top 5 Quiet Places at Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World

Top Five Quiet Places at Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World You are most likely aware that our son has autism and is a giant Walt Disney World fan. These tips are only our experience, and our family’s favorite quiet places at Animal Kingdom. However, every child occasionally gets overwhelmed and tired in the hot, busy parks. With Autism, it’s[…]

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Top Ten Quiet Places at Magic Kingdom

The Top 10 Quiet Places at Magic Kingdom Our son absolutely adores Walt Disney World.  However, any child occasionally gets overwhelmed and tired in the hot, busy parks.  With Autism, it’s important to take a break away from the hustle and bustle of the crowds and heat.  Consequently, one parent will wait with the children and the other will run[…]

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How to Use the Disability Access Service as a Disney Autism Pass

Disney’s Disability Access Service (DAS) pass has been an asset to us in each trip with our autistic son.  While we’ve heard it called everything from the “Disney Autism Pass” to the now defunct “Guest Assistance Card”, the proper name is the DAS.  I find that this program enables us to minimize sensory overload and decrease possibility of crisis that[…]

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