A Look At Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana  at Epcot

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As The Walt Disney Company celebrates its 100th anniversary, Walt Disney World Resort commemorates the milestone with the splashing debut of Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana. 

Guests Can Explore A Beautifully Landscaped Walking Trail

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As they engage with water in magical ways like Moana did with the ocean. Offering fun and surprises around each turn.

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From a simple greeting to a high five or even a crashing wave of fun. This lush and tropical path is the first Disney Parks experience to immerse guests into a world inspired by the hit Walt Disney Animation Studios film, “Moana.” 

In Addition To Experiencing This New Attraction guests will have the opportunity to meet Moana in a new area of World Nature. Nestled across from Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana, this will be the perfect place for fans to snap a few photos, share in a hug or even recount their important learnings about water conservation with the Wayfinder herself. 

From The Youngest Little Ones To The Generations Who Are Young At Heart

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Every member of the family can enjoy this fun, lively and interactive experience as they discover ways to befriend, protect and cherish the water that connects and gives life to the world. Just like Moana’s friend the ocean, water here has a playful personality of its own, and guests can join in the fun by making music with “rain harps,” waving to jumping streams and creating a roaring ocean wave.  

As guests walk along the Trail, they will come across Te Fiti. Who is seen protecting water as it travels through the water cycle. Guests might even discover beloved characters carved in the rock formations like Heihei, Pua and of course, Moana. 

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