The Congo is even more compact than it used to be, having ceded much of its land to Jungala. It remains a cleverly designed area with twisting tree-shaded walks and a number of spectator bridges over rides offering vicarious fun for non-riders. All of the space — there is no dining and very little shopping here — is given over to some of Busch Gardens’ best thrill rides, so expect lots of excited kids and teenagers jostling for space. The predominant architectural motif is round buildings with conical wooden stick roofs.
In addition to the two major attractions profiled below, the Congo contains a bumper car ride (Ubanga-Banga Bumper Cars) and remote control trucks and boats. There is also a stop for the Trans-Veldt Railroad (described in the Stanleyville section, above).
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