Animal Kingdom at Disney after its Reopening

In this story, we are going to explain everything new and changed in Disney’s Animal Kingdom since reopening on July 11, 2020.

There are a lot of new basics any visitor has to learn before going, like how to get park pass reservations and all the new safety measures that guests have to follow.

The only reason Disney is able to operate during a health crisis is because of the extreme care they take to protect guests and Cast Members.

Safety Guidelines

Limited Capacity

Right now the maximum capacity is more than 50%, and from our experience, it’s often closer to 75% or more on a normal day.

One of the bigger surprises after the Animal Kingdom reopened was that Disney has canceled 2 attractions, and they will be closed for good.

Recently Closed Attractions

Disney Genie+ is a pay-to-ride option and the FastPass+ queues have been turned into Lightning Lanes for guests who choose to pay for quicker boarding.

Disney Genie+ & Lightning Lane

How to Get Into the Animal Kingdom in 2022

Now theme park tickets are back on sale and you can purchase single and multi-day tickets to Disney’s Animal Kingdom for dates in 2022 and 2023.

Getting Tickets

This is Disney’s new reservation system designed to help manage crowds and help keep the parks to a limited capacity.

Getting Park Pass Reservations

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