By now, most of us have seen Disney’s new movie-based attraction at Universal Orlando’s Hollywood Studios theme park, Jungle Book.
It’s called Jungle Cruise and is set to open next year.
But for those of us who are still in the dark about what exactly the new ride will look like, the park has posted a new video explaining the ride’s attraction-based concept.
It shows off the new attraction’s ride architecture and design, as well as its theme-park-themed features and features that the park is planning for the attraction.
The video is called “Inside the Jungle Cruise: Inside the World of Jungle Cruise,” and it shows off a few of the new features that are part of the attraction’s design.
It also shows off how the attraction will interact with other rides in the park.
The park has a lot of things going on inside the Jungle Vacation, including a giant, giant ride, a roller coaster, and a water park with some other rides.
But in the video, you can see that the ride will feature the attraction-driven concept of the park, which is something that Disney is already experimenting with at other theme parks.
And the park explains that Jungle Cruise will have a few more of these attractions that will be added to the park over time.
For example, the Jungle Ride is a water ride that will feature a giant water coaster.
The Jungle Vacantion is a giant wave park.
And then there’s the Jungle World, which will feature attractions like a roller coaster, an underwater coaster, a wave pool, and more.
And, of course, there will be a huge wave park at the park’s southern edge.
And the video also shows how the park will be using the new concept of attraction-led design.
As we saw with Disney’s recently announced Disney Vacation Club, the attraction has the ability to create a more seamless experience for guests and guests’ families.
In this case, that means that guests will be able to walk around the park while riding on their own boards and also will be provided with more of a personalized experience.
We’ll have more from Disney’s Jungle Cruise as the park prepares to open it in the spring of 2020.