Los Angeles | Can’t decide which Disney theme park to visit next summer? The world’s number one in entertainment has the solution: a round-the-world tour of its 12 parks in a private plane for the princely sum of $110,000 per person.
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The Disney-organized trip, titled Disney Parks Around the World – A Private Jet Adventure, will take 75 fans through its parks in California, Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Paris and Florida in July 2023.
This journey of 24 days in total will be adorned with stages without Disney parks but rich in spectacular monuments such as the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, or the Egyptian pyramids of Giza.
The formula also promises “a rare opportunity to be invited to Skywalker Ranch,” built near San Francisco by Star Wars creator George Lucas.
“You will travel in luxury aboard a VIP-configured Boeing 757 operated by Icelandair, whose long range allows direct flights to optimize time spent at each destination,” it said.
On board, travelers will be flanked by “experts” who can fill them in on various aspects of their journey, and “leaders” and other Disney creatives will also meet them at designated points along the route.
This is the most expensive itinerary Disney offers to date. The price of $109,995 per person is for a couple, Mickey fans who want to travel alone will have to pay an additional charge of at least $10,995.
There is no discount for children, passengers must be at least 12 years old.
Airline tickets to and from Los Angeles and back from Orlando are not included.