Disney’s S$152,000 tour package flies guests to 12 theme parks around the world
A trip fit for actual royalty.
Disney’s latest trip package seems to be a one fit for royals, from ferrying guests on a private jet to providing a tour of the real life Taj Mahal.
The Disney Parks Around The World – A Private Jet Adventure package gives 75 super fans a chance to embark on a press tour of sorts: a round the world trip to all 12 parks, in 24 days.
The trip will begin in July 2023, flying guests around the globe for a sum of USD$109,995 (S$152,500) per guest.
If you are able to afford that price tag, the package includes VIP visits to the Disney resorts in California, Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Paris and Florida.
Akin to a royal visit, the tour will also make stopovers in countries without Disney resorts, for guests to tour regal landmarks such as the Taj Mahal in Agra, India and Egypt’s Pyramids of Giza.
According to the trip’s brochure, the “bucket list adventure” also includes a “rare opportunity to be a guest at Summit Skywalker Ranch”, a retreat founded by Star Wars creator George Lucas.
The trip will also take guests on exclusive tours of the Lucasfilm campus, Walt Disney Studios and Kilimanjaro safaris in Disney’s Animal Kingdom park.
Just like a royalty, flyers will get to travel luxuriously in their very own VIP-configured Boeing 757, operated by Icelandair. The flight is equipped with long-range capabilities to allow direct flights, maximising the time guests have in each destination.
On board, guests will be entitled to an entourage of staff to cater to every whim and fancy, known as Adventure Leaders, with Disney-trained leaders and Imagineers on hand to guide guests.
The USD$109,995 (S$152,500) cost per guest is for those who are travelling in pairs, while single travellers will have to pay a surcharge of at least USD$10,995 (S$15,237).
Airfares to Los Angeles, where the trip embarks from, and from Orlando, on the return leg of the trip, are not included in the package cost.
Bookings for the trip can be made from Jun 22 for guests who have previously attended Disney Adventure trips, and Jun 28 for the general public.