• On Feb 24, 2020
    Cole from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is there a quiet spot in Animal Kingdom to take a work call?


    That is a great question!

    I have had to take a work call from each of the parks more often that I would care to admit. Here are a few recommendations for places inside Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park for you to consider taking that call.
    1. Flame Tree Barbecue. If you are not taking the call around a meal time this can be a good choice. There is some great seating behind this counter service restaurant that can offer you some relative quiet. It also could afford you a table, if you need to sit and take some notes. The seating goes down towards Discovery River, and the further you go, the quieter you are likely to find it.
    2. The Oasis Exhibits. Assuming that the mealtime crowds are not doing you any favors, my next best suggestion is to find a secluded nook in the animal viewing areas of the Oasis. This area, at the front of the park just after the entry gates, has a number of secluded nooks here and there. Even at park opening, when the crowds are rushing in, this area can offer some quiet since guests are likely passing these exhibits by to get to an attraction.
    3. Finding Nemo- The Musical. Well, to be accurate, you want to go past the theater, going around to the side that is towards the Asia part of the park. This area is not under cover, but there are fewer guests milling around there during the day. 
    I hope that these help? Write me back if you need some other suggestions!

    Have a Magical Vacation!

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