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Bananacoin-dkcr.png Bright Savannah Bananacoin-dkcr.png
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Greater location Donkey Kong Island
Levels Grassland Groove
Baobab Bonanza
Frantic Fields
Scorch 'N' Torch
Twilight Terror
Cannon Canyon
Triple Trouble
Rickety Rafters
Bramble Scramble
Boss level: Precarious Pendulums
Boss Ba-Boom, the Boisterous
Game(s) Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
"Don't get lost in that tall grass, Kong!"
Funky Kong, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Bright Savannah is the third island that Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Dixie Kong, Cranky Kong, and Funky Kong travel to in Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and the third world in the entire game.



It takes place in an African-style savannah, with landscapes. There are some features in this world that are based on their African variants, such as baobob trees and fruits. It has many trees in all areas and there is a waterfall at the center. There is a thorny log up at the right around a platform.

The island has alternate set of areas. There are two giraffes and a creature on the left of the environment.


  • This world bears many similarities to The Lion King in terms of both sound and aesthetics. Sound-wise, certain levels (e.g. Grassland Groove) feature music reminiscent of that movie's soundtrack, and many fans have likened it as such. In terms of aesthetics, most of the levels each resemble various scenes from the film. Scorch 'N' Torch resembles the scene where Pride Rock has caught on fire during the lightning storm, (with Frantic Fields representing the storm itself), Bramble Scramble loosely resembles the scene where Simba escapes the pursuing hyenas by navigating a bramble patch, Twilight Terror (the area before the Rocket Barrel) resembles most of the scenes that take place at night, Grassland Groove resembles the opening scene of the film, and some portions of both Cannon Canyon and Baobab Bonanza bear a slight resemblance to the scenes that take place in the jungle. One can also count the boss fight as a reference as well, seeing Ba-Boom, the Boisterous' slight resemblance to the character Rafiki from the movie.
    • Due to all of this, if a player were to play the levels within this world in the correct order, then they could near-perfectly replicate the movie's story.