I have, and it’s an unbelievable way to explore the park from an entirely new vantage point. In case you aren’t familiar, the trek is a three-hour guided tour that offers guests up-close views of some of the park’s animals – including crocodiles, giraffes, hippos and rhinos – by foot, by safari vehicle, and by rope bridge. The experience also offers African-inspired snacks, and a photographer accompanies you on the trek so you don’t even have to take your eyes off the animals.
And did you know that a portion of the cost of each trek is donated to the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, which protects wildlife and wild places around the world? The unique part about the Wild Africa Trek is that each guest gets to choose between different animals that they learn about on trek and put their donation towards projects that focus on that animal.
For a closer look inside the experience, be sure to check out the video below.