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July 22, 2024

Travel to the 12 Disney parks with Disney’s private tour

Schenelle Dsouza
If you’ve ever dreamt about visiting Disney World, here’s your chance. Disney is offering a select few the opportunity to visit not one but all 12 of its theme parks, over the course of 24 days.
The exclusive tour, set to take off on July 9, 2023, will host a total of 75 guests, flying them on a “VIP-configured” Boeing 757 operated by Icelandair. The uber-exclusive jet will offer guests all the amenities of a first-class ticket, comfortable seating with plenty of legroom, a 5-star dining experience with a private chef, and a 14-member crew to see to the guests’ every need. The trip will be hosted by Becky Cline, director of the Walt Disney Archives.
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Upon landing, guests will be accommodated at what can only be described as world-class accommodation, at a number of luxury hotels, including Disney’s famous Summit Skywalker Ranch in California, and the five-star Marriott Mena House in Egypt as well as the opulent Oberoi Amarvilas in India.
The tour takes off from the original park, Disneyland in California. From there the tour moves to the other Disney World locations including San Francisco, and Orlando, and its international parks and other sights in Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Agra, Cairo and Paris. Each of these trips commences with a private tour of the park, visiting locations like the Walt Disney Family Museum and the Lucasfilm Campus in San Francisco, the Walt Disney Studios, followed by VIP benefits that exclude standing in long lines, ending a display of fireworks at the end of each day.
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Although the parks are the highlight of the trip, guests will also get to visit some of the world’s renowned wonders like the Taj Mahal, the great pyramids of Giza and the Eiffel Tower, to name a few.
The trip will take place from July 9 to August 1, 2023, and is priced at USD 109,995 per person, which is equivalent to nearly USD 4,600 a day. Unfortunately, the tour is completely booked, although Disney is allowing people to join a wishlist, in case of any dropouts.
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Schenelle Dsouza


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