In Harambe, Africa, board the Wildlife Express Train bound for Rafiki’s Planet Watch. Attractions include Conservation Station, an air-conditioned building containing interactive animal exhibits and a peek inside a veterinary center, Habitat Habit!, an outdoor conservation-themed discovery trail and Affection Section, a gated area where kids can cuddle, feed and brush domesticated sheep, goats, chickens, llamas and other gentle creatures. Save the latter attraction for last and don’t forget to use hand sanitizer, which you’ll find near the exit. Note that park strollers are not permitted on the train; however personal strollers (folded and stowed) are allowed. When deciding whether or not to bring a personal stroller, keep in mind that after departing the train, you’ll need to walk about five minutes (often in the sun and heat) to get to the main attractions. If you’re traveling with little ones, ask the train conductor if he or she can take a turn blowing the whistle.