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At A Glance One of the main (and original) areas of Disney's Animal Kingdom, Africa is home to the Harambe Village and the Kilimanjaro Safari.


Africa is the largest portion of the Animal Kingdom, and covering 110 acres of land is larger than the entire Magic Kingdom park.

Africa boasts replicas of everything from lush jungles to grassy flatlands to a thriving African port town in a larger than life representation of the African continent.
  Kilimanjaro Safari
  Conservation Station
  Pangani Forest Exploration Trail
  Harambe Villiage
  Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery
Tamu Tamu Refreshment Stand
Tusker House Restaurant
  Out of the Wild
  Duka La Filimu
  Dawa Bar
  Harambe Fruit Market
  Mombasa Marketplace and Ziwani Traders

Africa packs tons of things to do into a small world. The Harambe Village (Harambe is Swahili, meaning "coming together") is decorated to resemble an African port, with artifacts, artwork, designs, colors, fabrics, latticework and architecture taken from towns all the way up and down the coast of the Continent.

Thirteen Zulu craftsman from Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa were brought over by Disney to create the thatched roofs throughout Africa including the Harambe Village Marketplace.

Africa's attractions include the Kilimanjaro Safari, the Wildlife Express to Conservation Station, Harambe Village itself, The Pangani Falls Exploration Trail (formerly Gorilla Falls) and a wide range of places to buy souvenirs and in which to dine on authentic African dishes.

There is also usually a range of street entertainment, featuring entertainers from the African continent telling stories and performing authentic African music, particularly in the Harambe area of Africa.



Attraction Details
Tamu Tamu


Tusker House
Entrance to Africa
Harambe Performer