Disney Unveils "Bucket List" 6-Country Tour of 12 Theme Parks
The tour will visit Disneylands in Tokyo and Paris, with stops at the Taj Mahal and the Pyramids of Giza.
Disney World, "the most magical place on earth," is literally living up to its tagline. The company is giving mega Mickey fans the chance to visit all 12 Disney theme parks in one round-the-world trip with plenty of special perks along the way. Luxury travel company Adventures by Disney just announced their brand new group tour, Disney Parks Around The World, which costs $114,995 per person and will take 75 passengers to six countries over 24 days.
The trip promises absolute luxury every step of the way. Guests will globetrot aboard a private jet with a fully staffed flight crew, including an onboard chef and a physician. The plane is one with "long-range capabilities that allow for direct flights" according to the trip's website, meaning travelers won't have to deal with pesky layovers between park visits.
The itinerary includes stops in Anaheim, San Francisco, Orlando, Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Cairo, Paris, and Agra, India. The program features exclusive access to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Disneyland Resort in California, Tokyo Disneyland, Shanghai Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris.
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In addition to visits to Disney theme parks, travelers will make pit stops at the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Giza, and the Eiffel Tower. Three adventure guides will lead guests around each location, so they don't have to worry about navigating through the itinerary themselves.
World-class accommodations are also included: Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa in Orlando; FL, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel in Tokyo, Japan; and The Oberoi Amarvilas in Agra. The 69 meals will be held at a mix of theme-park restaurant locations, private dining with special guests, and local restaurants to give travelers a chance to experience regional cuisines along the way.
There won't be any room for boredom either—each day is packed with things to do from morning to evening. Exclusive "access to extraordinary experiences not available to the public," like the Walt Disney Studios Tour gives guests the chance to see more behind-the-scenes magic, while city tours, shopping trips, private photoshoots, and more round out the trip in between days spent in the theme parks.
Sound incredible? Those interested will have to act fast. Presale booking will be from June 12 to June 16 for guests who have been on previous Adventures by Disney trips. Any spots left over will be available for the general public starting June 19.
Disney Parks Around The World is the second installment of private jet experiences offered by the company. Their first global trip, featuring a similar itinerary, is set to take off on Jul. 9, 2023, and "was booked up almost as immediately as it was announced," according to Disney Dining.
If a price tag starting at $115,000 is a out of your budget, you can create your own round-the-world Disney trip like Nathan Firesheets did. The Disney fan challenged himself to ride "every ride at all 12 Disney parks in 12 days" and managed to complete it on a budget of $12,000.