That must be one of the best themed attractions on the planet! Every detail is covered. Instead of Rita/Stealth type netting they have rope and wooden poles, instead of having prefab fences, there are custom walls, instead of simple building positions there is a complex and compact layout. The most wonderful thing is just how many levels this ride is on and where the queue line meanders up and down, inside and out, and right up to the ride itself. When you look back at Nemesis, and the vision of having the watching guests as close to the ride as possible - this takes that to a whole new level. The rock work is also fantastic along with the water network. It seems that they took all their inspiration from Nemesis and did anything they could to improve on it. The African theme works very well and looks truly immersive too. This is what rides should be about. It must have cost more than maybe £5million just for the theming, but that is money very well spent, and money that AT aren't prepared to spend. The trees and plants add so much to the theming too and it will only be a matter of time before some of those few empty pits look like Nemesis' first helix under the monorail.