Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

With Adventure Isle closed for refurbishment until September, guests are missing out on the incredible beauty and lush greenery of my favourite land in Disneyland Paris. Last May when I was there I had a bit of time one sunny morning to stroll around this very under-appreciated area of Disneyland Park, so until it’s open again, here is Adventure Isle in all its glory. Click to enlarge the photos and take in all the detail and stunning scenery on offer.

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

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As the founder of Dedicated to DLP Steve is a self confessed Disneyland Paris fanatic and has an unrivaled passion for the resort, its history and what makes it work. He has a particular love of Pirates of the Caribbean, which he often talks about as the host of the podcast and the weekly YouTube show.

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4 Responses to “Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle”

  1. Figgygirl says:

    Lovely photos Steve. Adventureland is my favourite Land as well. Like you, I enjoy pottering around there taking photos, especially when the rest of the park is busy. Do you remember when they used to have Cast Members dressed as pirates in the caves? They hid in dark corners, and made you jump – scary!

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/figgygirl/albums/72157648573217418

    • Steve says:

      I don’t no, but that sounds absolutely fantastic – I wonder if when they have finished with the refurbishments they would ever consider that again? That kind of unique and unexpected interaction gets my vote over expensive new rides every time.

      • Figgygirl says:

        It certainly made the caves more interesting…maybe some people found them too frightening? They usually stood in the same places, but they weren’t there all the time.

        • Steve says:

          It sounds brilliant – we need more non permanent meet and greet character interaction, and not necessarily film characters, just characters that fit the style of the land, like the Main Street residents for example.

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