Inka Dinka Doo's Temple

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The inner sanctum of the Inka Dinka Doo's Temple in Vote of Kong-Fidence.
The inside of Inka Dinka Doo's Temple

Inka Dinka Doo's Temple is the place where the great Inka Dinka Doo can be found. The walls and floor are made of stone. In the episode "Legend of the Crystal Coconut" Diddy Kong hides the Crystal Coconut in the temple so the pirates won't find it.


Before the events of the show, the ancient temple of the idol Inka Dinka Doo is the place where Kaptain Skurvy's great- great-great grandfather Prince Skurvy hid the mystical and magical Crystal Coconut at by hiding it in Inka Dinka Doo's eye. Later on, the Crystal Coconut shed like a teardrop and was founded by the anthropomorphic tie-wearing ape Donkey Kong who was titled future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island.

When Donkey Kong comes to the temple he usually comes for advices from Inka Dinka Doo to solve problems, but usually he can't understand his advices so he usually has to figure it out himself.


The entrance of the temple resembles that of an old ancient temple. Inside the temple, the walls and floors are made of stone and there are various traps such as arrows and sharp wooden pillar. In the sanctuary, it lies the idol Inka Dinka Doo and a pedestal which has nothing on it (in Raiders of the Lost Banana the Golden Banana is on it). In Orangutango, the temple has three rooms that were used for the test, In which the purpose if the test was that it was a way of giving dancing lessons.

Episode appearances[edit]

Note that these are the original French airings.

Season 1
  1. Raiders of the Lost Banana
  2. Orangutango
  3. Legend of the Crystal Coconut
  4. Watch the Skies
  5. To the Moon Baboon (Inka Dinka Doo does not appear)
Season 2
  1. The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights
  2. Speak No Evil, Dude (Inka Dinka Doo does not appear)
  3. The Day the Island Stood Still
  4. Four Weddings and a Coconut
  5. Vote of Kong-Fidence


  • The name for the temple is based off of the character named Enkidu in The Epic of Gilgamesh, as well as the saying "Inka Dinka Doo" by the actor and comedian Jimmy Durante.
  • This temple closely resembles the Angry Aztec level of Donkey Kong 64.