Disney Launches Exclusive World Tour Vacation Package for $115,000 per Person

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Disney Launches Exclusive Vacation Package for the Ultimate Theme Park Experience

Disney has relaunched an exclusive vacation package that goes around the world. Its price is “only” US$ 115,000 per person. Photo: Getty Images.

A once-in-a-lifetime experience awaits Disney fans who want to see all of their favorite theme parks in less than a month and access services not available to the public. This incredible opportunity comes at a hefty price tag of at least US$115,000.

The family travel subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, Adventures by Disney, has announced the relaunch of its successful 24-day “around the world tour” aboard a private jet. This extraordinary journey includes visits to all 12 Disney theme parks, including Tokyo and Paris, as well as iconic destinations such as the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Giza, and the Eiffel Tower.

What’s Included in the US$115,000 Package?

The US$115,000 price per person covers a luxurious stay in high-end accommodations, including various Disneyland hotels worldwide. Additionally, it includes direct flights to each location aboard a VIP service-equipped Boeing 757. The private jet will be operated by Icelandair, offering specialized flight crew, a talented chef, and a travel doctor. With its long-haul capabilities, visitors can enjoy direct flights, maximizing their time at each destination.

Two Exclusive Itineraries Due to High Demand

Disney has scheduled two private jet adventures for 2024. The first itinerary begins in Los Angeles on June 16 and ends in Orlando on July 9. The second trip follows the same route and takes place from July 28 to August 20.

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The new Boeing 757 jet features a contemporary design and luxurious finishes. (Photo: Business Wire)

The luxurious itinerary includes nine locations: Anaheim and San Francisco in California, Tokyo in Japan, Shanghai in China, Hong Kong, Agra in India, Cairo in Egypt, Paris in France, and Orlando in Florida.

The majority of the hotels included in the package are Disney-owned properties. In Agra, guests can stay at The Oberoi Amarvilas hotel, a 5-star establishment costing around US$400 per night. In Cairo, a comfortable evening at the Marriott Mena House costs nearly US$300.

The price also encompasses 69 meals (23 breakfasts, 23 lunches, and 23 dinners) and 31 visits to each site. Travelers will have personal access to Disney experts and staff, including three adventure guides and surprise celebrity guests.

Disney has specified that children must be at least 12 years old to be eligible for the vacation package. However, it suggests that parents travel with children over 14 years old.

Limited Reservations Available

As of now, the reservation limit is set at 75 people. Reservations open on June 12 for customers who have traveled with Adventures by Disney three or more times. Other regular customers can make reservations starting June 14, while Golden Oak members can book their spots on June 16. The general public can secure their reservations from June 19.

Due to overwhelming demand, this year’s package offers two separate itineraries instead of one, as the inaugural voyage sold out even before it was released to the general public. Previous pre-sales were filled within hours, with only a handful of spots available for Golden Oak and Club 33.

Fireworks in front of the Enchanted Storybook Castle at the Shanghai Disney Resort. Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images

In May, The Walt Disney Company reported a 13% increase in quarterly profit, generating $21.8 billion in revenue. Attendance at theme parks and resorts surged by 20% to $2.2 billion, surpassing the performance of streaming services.

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