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PHOTOS, VIDEO: World Famous “Jingle Cruise” Makes Surprise Return to the Magic Kingdom for Christmas 2020

Christmas has come to Magic Kingdom, and that means the world-famous Jingle Cruise is back. Without prior announcement, many suspected this popular seasonal overlay would be skipped this year, so we’re pleasantly surprised to see it return! Join us on a jolly journey through the jungle as we sail through this overlay of the Jungle Cruise.

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In the seasonal storyline of the attraction, the Skippers have grown homesick for the holidays, so they’ve added holiday cheer to the Jungle Cruise queue and boathouse with decorations that have been mailed to them from home (plus a few they’ve created themselves).

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The Skippers have also added a slew of new jokes to their tours that are the perfect way to get guests in the holiday spirit. Additionally, Jungle Cruise boats are renamed with the holidays in mind, and if you listen carefully, you may hear a holiday-themed radio broadcast playing in the background.

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We weren’t the only ones excited for our Christmas cruise, as the 40-minute queue ran outside multiple times.

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You can get a head start on the holidays by taking our full POV ride of the 2020 Jingle Cruise in the video below!

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  1. That was fast! Thanks for getting all the boat names, assuming that was all of them. The only one I had a photo of from a past trip was Yule Log Lolly. That one wasn’t in your photos, so maybe it’s a problematic boat or isn’t being used for whatever reason (or got a new name this time).

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