Rosita Coming to The Tropical Hideaway in Disneyland Later This Year

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Did you ever wonder what happened to Rosita? When The Tropical Hideaway opens in Disneyland later this year, it’ll feature an appearance by the missing cockatoo that has been referenced by Jose for years.

Apparently Rosita has left the Birdmobile for a solo career at the upcoming restaurant in Disneyland.

From the Disney Parks Blog…

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You may have heard about The Tropical Hideaway opening later this year in Disneyland park. This new Adventureland outpost will serve as an exotic marketplace for discovering unique food and beverages. In addition to experiencing delicious tastes from all corners of the world, you’ll also encounter colorful wildlife.

After years of performing with the bird mobile chorus of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, Rosita is spreading her wings and taking flight towards a solo career. You’ll find her on the river’s edge at the loading dock waiting for her boat to arrive.

Rosita is a friendly cockatoo that looks forward to meeting travelers from around the globe who are also visiting The Tropical Hideaway. Pull up a nearby seat and say hello! But beware… she has a repertoire of jokes and one-liners that would make any Jungle Cruise Skipper proud!

We look forward to sharing more about The Tropical Hideaway on the Disney Parks Blog. Stay tuned!

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