DiVine is a stiltwalker who entertains guests in The Oasis of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. She roams the right side of The Oasis near the stroller and wheelchair rental area past the ticket turnstiles.
DiVine is out intermittently between 8:45 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. daily. Her times are listed in the My Disney Experience app. She is called DiVine because her costume is made of vines. She tends to blend in with the surrounding foliage of The Oasis, so she can be challenging to spot.
It’s common to see guests walking within a few feet of her who never realize she’s there! Years ago, DiVine roamed the park along the paths of Asia and Africa. However, you can usually now find her near the park’s entrance. She is in every photo of this article. But you might have to look closely to see her. She blends in well.
Here are a few photos of DiVine.
If you see guests stopped and can’t figure out what they’re looking at, then it’s probably DiVine! So take your time and look a little closer. She is beautiful.
It’s always funny to see guests walking by, completely oblivious to her presence. I imagine she finds it amusing, too. Since DiVine is a vine, she doesn’t talk or sign autographs. Make sure to give her plenty of space. She will gladly pose for a few photos. However, a PhotoPass photographer is not available in this area.
For more characters at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you might like the following:
- Chip and Dale (Dinosaur Costumes)
- Meet Daisy Duck at Dinoland
- Meet Donald Duck at Dinoland
- Meet Kevin at Disney’s Animal Kingdom
- Meet Minnie and Mickey at Adventurer’s Outpost
- Meet Moana at Disney’s Animal Kingdom
For more characters, try our list of characters in every park:
DiVine in her Spring Costume
During the spring, especially during Earth Week, DiVine is a little more noticeable. She has beautiful flowers and butterflies woven into her vines.
She is a sight to behold; in this instance, you probably won’t blink and miss her!
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Have you ever seen DiVine at Disney’s Animal Kingdom? Or is she someone you’re hoping to see on a future visit?