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Aug 05

Disney “Traveling Around The World” – Magic Kingdom’s Adventureland Part 6 – Dining and Events

 

 

Welcome back “World” travelers! Well, now that we’ve journeyed to each of the attractions in Adventureland, let’s complete our tour of this area by taking a look at some of the special events and the dining venues that await us in Adventureland.

The Pirates League

The Pirates League – For those of you that have ever wanted to be a pirate or have little ones that go around wielding a pretend sword, then you will want to check out “The Pirate’s League”. This makeover spot is an alternative to the Bibbidi Bobbity Boutique – a Disney Princess dress-up experience. The Pirates League is geared towards boys, but anyone over the age of 3 can participate, even those “big” kids in your family that never grew up. There is even a “Mermaid” package for the little princess in your family, if pirates aren’t to her liking. Or maybe a “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” package for your youngest pirate lovers!

This fun pirate experience begins with you receiving your official pirate name. Next, you’ll stop by the Muster Station where you’ll be transformed from your average human into a real life swashbuckling pirate. After your transformation is complete, you’ll move on to the Secret Room where your Pirate portrait will be taken and Pirate Masters reveal their hidden treasure. And keep an eye out for Captain Jack Sparrow and his mates who are often looking for new recruits after they have been transformed.

Reservations can be made by calling 407-WDW-CREW. Theme park admission is required. This is open 7 days a week from 9 am- 4 pm. Ages 3 and up (adults welcome too). There are four different packages to choose from, ranging in price from $29.95 – $39.95 (plus tax)

For more information on packages and pricing click here:

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

 

Captain Jack Sparrow’s Pirate Tutotial

Captain Jack Sparrow’s Pirate Tutotial –  Just outside the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at the Adventureland Promenade Stage, Captain Jack Sparrow is recruiting young pirates. With his steadfast shipmate, Mack, they will teach the young pirates how to be a swashbuckling, sword yeilding pirate. This street show is shown several times a day. Check your times guide for a list of times.

 

Tortuga Tavern

Tortuga Tavern – (formerly El Pirata y el Perico) – This counter service restaurant serves mexican foods, such as burritos, taco salads, and nachos. Tortuga Tavern has tons of under-shade seating, plus plenty of open air tables that line Caribbean Plaza. Great place to grab a quick meal.

 

Sunshine Tree Terrace

 

The Sunshine Tree Terrace – This small snack shack has just been re-invented. With sandwiches and salads now added to the menu and the re-birth of Orange Bird, this is now becomming a popular place. The hot item here is the citrus swirl. A bit like a creamsicle, this chilly snack twists vanilla soft-serve with a sweet-tart frozen orange juice. Also a big item here is the orange bird souvenir cup. It can be filled with any drink and is a hit with the kids.

 

 

Aloha Isle

Aloha Isle – This is the home of the famous Dole Whip. You will usually see long lines here waiting to get this wonderful frozen dessert. Dole Whip is a non-dairy, soft serve Pineapple Sorbet, or as we call it, a frozen work of art. You can order it as a Pineapple Float with pineapple juice in a cup. Aloha Isle also serves fresh pineapple spears, and assorted sodas and juices. On a hot afternoon, this is THE perfect place to cool off with a refreshing treat!

 

 

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