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Thread: Backstage magic tour/wild Africa trek

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikki, post: 316912
    Oh my goodness, Anthony has booked me on the Wild Africa Trek as an anniversary present!!!!!!
    Is that because he's hoping you'll get munched by crocs?

    Only joking! That's. brilliant














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    Excellent what a great anniversary presents. I'm sure someone will adopt you









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    Quote Originally Posted by Britchick, post: 316927
    Is that because he's hoping you'll get munched by crocs?

    Only joking! That's. brilliant
    Oh very funny



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    How do you book these tours





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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 316957
    How do you book these tours
    Click onto here:~

    http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/tours-and-experiences/





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    Well I did Keys to the Kingdom for the second time in December and EPCOT undiscovered futureworld

    Both were walking tours and oh my gosh, there was a LOT of walking... in fact the EPCOT walking really did cause me problems for a few days after.

    I'll have to post a bit of a trip report but as interesting as they both were, and they were great, next time I'm hoping to do backstage magic again. I felt in backstage magic, the bus meant less walking and more actual tour! plus there was more actual behind the scenes of the attractions
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    So this is an old thread :-) I've done the wild Africa trek now and would thoroughly recommend it.....and I obviously didn't get eaten by the crocs!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikki, post: 327469, member: 106
    So this is an old thread :-) I've done the wild Africa trek now and would thoroughly recommend it.....and I obviously didn't get eaten by the crocs!
    Did you have to cross rickety bridges ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 327471, member: 3
    Did you have to cross rickety bridges ??
    i don't think you have to, i think you can arrange in advance not to














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    That's right. We were asked if we were all happy to cross the bridges, which we were, but you didn't have to. I wouldn't call them rickety to be honest. I am scared of heights so didn't know how I'd do with it but it was fine. It was an experience not to be missed, and you feel incredibly safe. I can post some bridge pics if you'd like.



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