Disney World park draws crowds in the desert
The desert is the hottest part of the world this summer, and the attraction at Disney World is no exception.
With crowds thronging around the park in a bid to visit the theme park, some visitors are getting lost as they try to find their way back to the city.
While the Disney resort is not technically a desert, the park’s famous water feature known as the Great Salt Lake is located just below the desert.
As many as 10,000 people may visit the park during a typical week, but the park is usually packed, especially on weekends.
The park is home to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and other attractions.
The resort’s main attraction, Magic Kingdom, has also attracted more visitors than the park itself.
As of Monday, the resort had more than 2.7 million visitors.
While Disney has been busy adding more attractions and attractions have been opening for the first time in years, many locals are finding it hard to stay in the resort due to overcrowding.
Some people are opting to stay home and go to the parks in other cities.
The Great Salt River in Disney’s park.