Epcot Reintroduces Several Fan Favorite Events

Epcot Reintroduces Several Fan Favorite Events ...

If you're planning to take the family on a trip to Walt Disney World (DIS), Epcot is an amazing place to visit. From its International Food & Wine Festival to its excursions of every culture from Morocco to Japan

After two years off due to covid, the International Food & Wine Festival returned this year, featuring food selections from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Polynesia, to name a few.

The annual Epcot Eat to the Beat event is also returning this year. Featuring established artists like Boyz II Men, Hanson, Air Supply, Hoobastank, and Los Amigos Invisibles, it takes place simultaneously with the International Wine & Food Festival (July-November).

No one would blame you for all of this information. Disney has announced that three Epcot tours will be making a comeback this autumn, so whether you've been missing them or simply want to experience them for the first time, starting October 2 you'll have your chance.

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What Tours Are Returning to Epcot?

Three new Disney tours have been announced: Behind the Seeds, Seas Adventure: DiveQuest, and Seas Adventure: Dolphins in Depth.

The Behind The Seeds tour is a must-see for anyone who loves nature. From the way plants and flowers blossom and how to make them flourish, to getting up close and personal with several different species of marine life, including fish and shrimp, the tour takes you through The Land Pavillion.

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Behind the Seeds is open to all ages, from preschool to adult, and tickets are $35 per ticket, and theme park reservations are required in order to participate.

DiveQuest is a little paradise for anyone who wants to see both marine life and coral. From age 9 and up, parents and children may take a scuba diving trip to a 5.7 million gallon saltwater tank.

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The dive itself lasts 40 minutes, and tickets will set you back $219 per person. To go on this tour, you must have scuba certification.

If you haven't yet obtained your scuba certification, don't worry; there's a third option for you, which is dolphins in depthh, which takes place at The Seas With Nemo & Friends Pavilion. You'll also get to meet with the experts who care for the dolphins and work with them on a daily basis.

This activity is open to anyone over the age of 9 and costs $199 per person. It is important to note that pregnant individuals are not permitted to participate in this excursion for safety reasons, because having your future child poked by a bottlenose dolphin is unlikely to be the best move.

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