Sometimes Disney Park Guests are treated to strange, but interesting sights.
Whether you’re visiting Walt Disney World Resort and its four Disney theme parks in Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or if you’re visiting Disneyland Resort in Southern California to take in the sights and sounds of Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure, you’re sure to be treated to plenty of magic.
Disney California Adventure has plenty to offer Guests as they walk the roads Walt had in Hollywood, enjoy a hand-dipped corn dog at Award Wieners, and check out the new Marvel-themed land in Avengers Campus, where they can meet so many Marvel characters and take a ride on WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure and Guardians of the Galaxy: MISSION BREAKOUT. If that weren’t enough the theme park is home to Cars Land, which includes Radiator Springs Racers, as well as many more fun attractions like The Incredicoaster and Soarin’.
One of the most popular attractions at Disney California Adventure is the nighttime spectacular “World of Color.” The show takes place in Paradise Bay each night and treats Guests to a unique color-filled water extravaganza.
Recently, a Disney Park Guest spotted scuba divers going underwater in Paradise Bay.
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As you can see in the video, the scuba divers look like they’re getting set for a dive. While it’s certainly an odd site, this is one that is normal around Disneyland. Disney uses scuba divers as machinists to fix, repair, and refurbish items in the bodies of water. Nothing has been confirmed on what was being fixed by this group, but it’s certainly not something you’ll see everyday while visiting the Disney Park.
A Breathtaking Extravaganza
Thrill as graceful jets of water shoot into the air, lasers electrify the night and perfectly timed pyrotechnics explode in a blaze of brilliant color. Watch in wonder as water, fire, light and music weave together to celebrate the magic of Disney storytelling.
The astounding spectacle sweeps across the water, lighting up Paradise Gardens Park and dazzling your senses.
Relive the memories as scenes and music from beloved Disney and Pixar films are projected onto a grand fountain spraying 19,000-square-feet of water.
Don’t miss this unforgettable kaleidoscope of color and emotion!
Have you ever seen scuba divers at Disney California Adventure? Let us know in the comments!