In my opinion, the most immersive of Disneyland's many lands is Adventureland. Home to excitement, danger, and really dense foliage, this area does a great job of transporting guests to a faraway place because within these confines, guests are truly immersed. A jungle really does grow all around, concealing views and separating Adventureland from its neighboring lands. And nowhere does this feel more evident than the Temple of the Forbidden Eye, where towering bamboo, lush palms, and variety of other vegetation bring about a scene that could be mistaken from National Geographic--if it wasn't for the recognizable iconic temple. Still, it's a great atmosphere, and it truly conveys the spirit of adventure!
|Peering up at the gray morning sky above the Temple of the Forbidden Eye.|
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