Rudyard Kipling is a wonderful author. The Just So Stories, Kim, and Puck of Pook's Hill are classic literature but our attention here is on a book that, in 1967, became a classic Disney movie, The Jungle Book.
Go to Disney's Animal Kingdom today to celebrate the original wide release of The Jungle Book. Balou and King Louie are usually found in the Animal Kingdom and are wonderful encounters for fans of the movie and Disney fans in general. Since we are visiting the Animal Kingdom to celebrate this great movie, let's also focus on its homeland, India.
Animal Kingdom had an entire land based on the culture of India with great experiences like, Kali River Rapids, Expedition Everest and wonderful food at the Yak and Yeti. Since I like to relax at Walt Disney World, let me recommend the Maharajah Jungle Trek. This hidden trail gives you the opportunity to see the wildlife and culture of southeast Asia at your own pace with time to focus on what YOU want to see. Hey there, tiger, takes on a whole new meaning when the tiger is a... real tiger. Asian tigers, free to wander and interact with each other (although you are protected by some very thick glass) are fascinating to watch. If you're dragging after a hard day in the Animal Kingdom, then rest and visit the Komodo Dragons and the bats in my belfry were fascinated with the giant fruit bats and flying foxes.
You can be a jungle explorer, celebrate The Jungle Book, and be a daredevil, all in one little corner of the great big animal world of Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Remember, your best excuse is always: Waiting for your dreams to come true.