New Nighttime Dining Event at Harambe Market!

Leah SikesAnimal Kingdom, Blog

Disney just announced the ultimate night-time adventure for animal-lovers and foodies alike!  At Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night, guests will experience Animal Kingdom in a whole new light.

Circle of Flavor: Harambe at Night is a “Lion King” inspired family-friendly progressive dining experience, focused on the African animals and culture found in “The Lion King” story.

Experience food in celebration of “The Lion King!” Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog.

Circles of Flavor: Harambe at Night

The adventure begins at the Wildlife Express Train Station, with light hors d’oeuvres, snacks, beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and entertainment. The train will then depart for Rafiki’s Planet Watch where guests will be welcomed with more snacks and drinks, and friends Rafiki and Timon will join the party for meet and greets. There will also be interactive activities for all ages.

Hopefully, you saved room for more because the party has just barely begun – once guests have finished up at Rafiki’s Planet Watch, the train will take them back to Harambe Market to enjoy sweet and savory dishes, along with unique beverages.

Hop aboard the Wildlife Express Train for a unique Animal Kingdom experience! Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog.

Learn while you dine

During the train rides, guests will be able to take in the sights and sounds of Animal Kingdom at night, while learning about the Big Five game animals: the African elephant, the rhinoceros, the Cape buffalo, the leopard, and the lion. According to the Disney Parks Blog, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about the importance of the Big Five and the challenges they face around the world as well as how Disney is working to protect them.


Tickets & Info

Tickets for adults are $125 plus tax, while children 3-9 are $99 plus tax. Separate park admission is required. The event begins July 24, on select nights, and is a limited time event.

Reservations for Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night can be made right now by visiting the Walt Disney World Resort Dining Page.

By Leah Sikes

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Leah Sikes

Leah Sikes is a graphic designer and contributing writer for WDW Magazine and Dad's Guide to WDW. When she's lucky enough to visit the Happiest Place on Earth, you catch her hanging out with the 999 Happy Haunts. She also loves running in the parks (when it's allowed at the marathons).