Pongu Pongu | Disney World

Last Updated on: May 24th, 2024

Pongu Pongu (Disney World)
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At Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s Pongu Pongu, quench your thirst the Pandoran way at an otherworldly pit-stop offering Na’vi-inspired refreshment.

Are your expeditions at Avatar Flight of Passage and Na’vi River Journey leaving you parched? Hike to the corner of Windtraders where you’ll find Pongu Pongu—when you spot a friendly expat serving out-of-this-world drinks, you’ve come to the right place.

Meaning “Party Party” in the language of the Na’vi, Pongu Pongu welcomes weary travelers to try our “bioluminescent” frozen cocktail, indigenous beers—or even a sweet snack you won’t find elsewhere!

Pongu Pongu | Disney World

Fun Facts

  • Pongu Pongu is a popular drink stand located in Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park in Disney World.
  • The name “Pongu Pongu” is inspired by the Na’vi language and translates to “Party Party,” reflecting the festive atmosphere of Pandora.
  • The stand is known for serving a variety of unique and colorful beverages, including the popular “Night Blossom,” which is a frozen drink with layers of limeade, apple, and desert pear flavors topped with passion fruit boba balls.
  • Guests can also enjoy alcoholic options like the “Mo’ara Margarita” and “Rum Blossom,” making Pongu Pongu a refreshing stop for both non-alcoholic and adult beverages.
  • The stand’s decor features intricate and artistic details, including colorful tapestries, handcrafted floating lanterns, and tribal art, creating an immersive and visually stunning experience for visitors to Pandora.

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