While no rides have still been added to the park since the opening of Expedition Everest, this once-dormant park continues to surprise us with a plethora of new entertainment offerings and dining locations, all of which are certainly needed. In fact, a new table-service restaurant and two other quick-service locations are currently under construction, while more than four new "shows" will debut soon.
Some Disney characters greet Guests just outside the park's gates during certain times of the day:
Let's now take a peek at Pandora and its amazing mountain range:
The whole are is finally taking shape:
The floating mountain:
A closer look at what seems to be the tallest mountain:
Some photos of the rest of the structure:
Entering Discovery Island:
The majority of the temporary walls that surrounded the new Riverside Depot store have been removed:
It looks quite nice:
A new light pole was installed in front of the store's entrance:
A new stage was built right next to the Disney Outfitters shop:
The park's hub:
Tiffins continues to take shape in the opposite side of Discovery Island:
A look behind the walls:
Of course, this is one of the busiest times of the year...
The trunk of the Tree of Life was recently repainted:
Primeval Whirl recently reopened after having been down for refurbishment:
Thumper! You never see him! Wish I was there!
When was this visit? Supposedly the last couple weeks are generally one of the slowest times of the year, yet this week one of the busiest.
Pandora is shaping up to be an amazing visual experience.
Dino-Rama area makes me want to throw up. Mow it down and put some Disney-class theming in its place.
I agree, Jason! Get rid of Dino Rama.