Disney’s New Avatar Theme Park Would Be Mind-Blowing If You’re High

Are you looking to travel to new and exotic lands? Well, Walt Disney World has the ticket for you. And it would be even better when you’re high.

Mar 31, 2017

Are you looking to travel to new and exotic lands? Well, Walt Disney World has the ticket for you.

Disney World will let you step into the world of Avatar

When James Cameron’s Avatar was first released in cinemas, back in 2009, there were reports of people feeling “blue” after having to leave the world that the filmmakers have created.

Suffering from what was called the “Pandora Effect”, some moviegoers admitted to feeling depressed at not being able to visit the planet featured in Avatar, named Pandora.

But, by opening Pandora – The World of Avatar, Walt Disney World is coming to the rescue for those who still feel the effects of only being able visit when watching it at home.

We’re not in Kansas any more.

The experience, which is the newest expansion to the resort’s Animal Kingdom, will allow visitors to soar over the vast moon on one of the mountain banshees, take a boat ride through a bioluminescent rainforest and even walk under the floating mountains that feature in the movie.

The journey is said to finish with a close encounter with a Na’vi shaman that sends positive energy out into the forest through her music.

Once you’ve finished your expedition and are feeling all kinds of positive, you can head to the Satu’li Canteen, where you can not only indulge in the art and culture of the Na’vi but some native cuisine, which is served in the former RDA mess hall.

From there, you might even want to imbibe at the Pongu Pongu, which is a popular drink stand, run by one of the moon’s eclectic expats.

While the sequels are still some time away (with the next four installments due in 2018, 2020, 2022 and 2023), those who want to immerse themselves in the world of the Na’vi will be able to do so from May of this year.

Now, imagine doing this when you’re high as fuck. See you there.

Mar 31, 2017