Friday, November 6, 2015

Disney Reveal New Infos and Rendering for Pandora – The World of Avatar “Na’vi River Journey” Boat Ride

When Disney announced Pandora – The World of Avatar for Animal Kingdom a beautiful rendering showing a boat ride was released, and then the ride became a mystery up to the point that some wondered if the ride has been cancelled. But no, it was not cancelled and Disney finally reveal a bit more infos as well as a new rendering on this boat ride which will be called “Na’vi River Journey”.

"The adventure begins as guests set out in canoes and venture down a mysterious, sacred river hidden within the bioluminescent rainforest. The full beauty of Pandora reveals itself as the canoes pass by exotic glowing plants and amazing creatures. The journey culminates in an encounter with a Na’vi shaman, who has a deep connection to the life force of Pandora and sends positive energy out into the forest through her music."

On this new and beautiful rendering above, we can see Na'vis walking in the forest along with Pandora "horses".

Na’vi River Journey will open along with the Flight of Passage attraction in Pandora – The World of AVATAR in 2017."

Pictures : copyright Disney

1 comment:

Brandon Piazza said...

When I visited Disney Animal kingdom in june, the construction was in full force with a construction site office and cranes. It's really a big area. Unfortunately a lot of other repair work was going on but truly with the addition of avatar land, that park will have come into its own. A TRUE Disney classic park. It's always been a beautiful place but as an established park, able to stand on its own in the very proud disney tradition, not yet. it's long been an add on to the magic kingdom. I think. California Adventure is finally at that place, as are disneyland paris, tokyo, epcot, disneyseas. Hong Kong has a little ways to go in think given its potential! Both the studios are still lagging, given their potential to be truly world class. They both have a good foundation, especially with design entrance and layout of the Florida studios. Florida suffers from an easy but expensive fix. Just add attractions to the lefthand side of the park which has been ignored for well over two decades and just become like abandon property. In any case, I don't doubt the avatar land will be a wonderful, beautiful addition to the park! Now could the imaginears designed something just as beautiful without having to pay a billion dollars for the rights to avatar? That's still debateable!!!