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Disneyland is launching a $110,000 private jet trip to all 12 of its parks

The tour spans six countries, every single Disney site and several wonders of the world

Ed Cunningham
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Ed Cunningham
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Are you truly, borderline-unhealthily obsessed with Disney? Well, we might have the ideal package holiday for you. A new trip will take travellers to all 12 Disney theme parks via private jet, spanning six countries in 24 days and also including tours of several wonders of the world, from the Taj Mahal to the Pyramids of Giza.

The trip is being run by the entertainment company’s travel arm, Adventures by Disney. It’ll whisk travellers through 31 sites around the world and includes loads of fancy hotels and exclusive-access tours of Disney attractions. The jet is a custom-built, Disney-themed (obviously) Boeing 757.

Kicking off in Los Angeles, the tour works its way westwards to Japan, India, Egypt and France before eventually coming all the way back around to Disney World in Orlando, Florida. If you’re a big Disney fan, it’s hard to think of a better holiday. And if you’re not a Disney fan? Well, it probably sounds like a bit of a nightmare.

Unsurprisingly, all this doesn’t come cheap. The package costs a shuddering $109,995 (£90,000) per person – and that’s if you book for at least two people. If you’re looking to go on your own, you’ll have to add another $10,995 (£9,000) to that price tag. Even for 24 days of travel (and 68 meals), that’s still pretty spenny.

If the stratospheric ticket price isn’t enough to put you off, tickets will be available in stages. They’ll first be available to previous Adventures by Disney customers, then for members of Disney’s Golden Oak residential community and finally they’ll be opened up to the general public.

The first ‘Disney Parks Around The World’ trip kicks off on July 9, 2023, and ends on August 1, 2023, and there are 75 spots available. You can find out more here.  

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