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Pocahontas Disney's First American Princess

"We need to paint with all the colors of the wind."

Noble, free-spirited, and wise beyond her years, Pocahontas is a great lover of adventure and nature. 

Through her bravery and goodness, she becomes a hero of her people, spreading a message of peace between all cultures and respect for nature.

Fun Facts

  • Pocahontas is the seventh Disney Princess, first appearing in 1995.
  • She is 18 years old and the first American princess.
  • She is the only Disney Princess to be based on a historical figure, not a fairytale, and is currently the only Disney Princess of Native American descent.
  • She was, for many years, the only unmarried Disney Princess until recently, when she was joined by Princess Merida.

Where You Can Find Her

Pocahontas can be tricky to find at Walt Disney World.

She used to be seen at Camp Mickey-Minnie and Rafiki's Planet Watch at Disney's Animal Kingdom, but has become much more elusive over the years.

However, she can often still be seen at Animal Kingdom in Lower Bradley Falls, located on the walkway between Africa and Asia. 

Lucky guests may also have the chance to meet her faithful sidekick Meeko!

Pocahontas is the only princess to be found at Animal Kingdom and, with her passion for nature and conservation, she is a perfect fit.

Pocahontas fans should be sure not to miss Fantasmic!

At Disney's Hollywood Studios, a nighttime spectacular featuring fireworks, music, and many appearance by Disney favorites.

Watch as Governor Ratcliffe leads his men against the Native Americans and cheer as Pocahontas arrives just in time to save John Smith's life.

Fantasmic! begins each night at 8:30. It is an extremely popular show, so it is a good idea to arrive very early.

By Marie Ospina
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