The world-famous Jungle Cruise at Disneyland Park officially reopens on July 16, 2021, with new adventures, an expanded storyline and more humor as skippers take guests on a tongue-in-cheek journey along some of the most remote rivers around the world.
The new creative concept is original to Walt Disney Imagineering, just like the classic attraction itself. As part of creative development, Disney has also introduced characters from around the world to ensure accurate representation of cultures.
The world-famous Jungle Cruise skippers shares the unique adventure and interactions that you expect on this expedition in Adventureland.
Jungle Cruise skippers incorporate plenty of gags as they narrate "wildlife” scenes for guests who have boarded a canopied tramp steamer, leaving civilization behind. Those scenes include:
Ancient Cambodian Shrine with leaping tigers, lethal cobras and snapping crocodiles
Jungle Cruise Safari Camp is a former camp overrun by “explosively” curious gorillas
Indian Elephant Bathing Pool where bathing Indian elephants have their “trunks on”
The African Veldt where angry hippos and hungry lions are guarding a “sleeping” zebra
Schweitzer Falls, where skippers introduce guests to something they may have never seen before – the “back side of water”!
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