Adventures by Disney has just announced Disney Parks Around The World – A Private Jet Adventure, a 24-day dream vacation that includes all 12 Disney theme parks.
The new Adventures by Disney itinerary accommodates only 75 travelers who will visit Disney parks worldwide, the Taj Mahal in India, the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, and the Eiffel Tower in France. Plus, a private tour of the Lucasfilm campus in San Francisco that’s not open to the public.
If that’s not enough to motivate Disney fans to start saving for this amazing vacation, they’ll be accompanied throughout the journey by Adventure Guides and Adventure Host – Walt Disney Archives Director Becky Cline – travel in a VIP-configured private Boeing 757 jet staffed by a flight crew, a physician, and a chef, and stay in luxury accommodations, including the rare opportunity to be a guest at Summit Skywalker Ranch in Northern California.
Disney Parks Around The World – A Private Jet Adventure itinerary highlights:
Day 1 – After arriving in Anaheim, Calif., enjoy a welcome dinner at the Lincoln Theater in Disneyland Park, followed by reserved fireworks viewing and a stay at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. Park Count: 1
Day 2 – The Walt Disney Studios Tour (including shopping for studio-exclusive merchandise at the Studio Store and lunch in the studio commissary) followed by a dessert party viewing of World of Color in Disney California Adventure Park. Park Count: 2
Day 3 – Pre-opening access to Disneyland Park followed by VIP tours of both Disneyland and California Adventure.
Day 4 – Fly to San Francisco, Calif., for tours of the Walt Disney Family Museum and the Lucasfilm Campus, and a stay at Summit Skywalker Ranch.
Day 5 – Full day of activities at Summer Skywalker Ranch, including a special guest presentation, Disney Family of Wines wine tasting, and a Star Wars & Disney trivia night.
Day 6 – Fly to Anchorage, Alaska, and then onto Tokyo, Japan
Day 7 – Explore Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea on your own (optional), followed by a stay at the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel.
Day 8 – Pre-park hours Tokyo DisneySea experience with Walt Disney Imagineering followed by time in the parks on your own (with expedited access) and reserved seating for the Tokyo Disneyland daytime parade and “Believe! Sea of Dreams.” Park Count: 4
Day 9 – Option to return to the theme parks or explore Japan on full- or half-day tours that visit some of the area’s temples and shrines, or explore the city of Tokyo where you can participate in a Disney character Bento box-making class, a taiko drumming lesson, or experience a bonsai activity and tea ceremony.
Day 10 – Fly to Shanghai, where you can explore Shanghai Disneyland on your own (with expedited access) or participate in a historic Shanghai tour, a cooking class, a Chinese calligraphy and painting class, or see an acrobat show followed by a stay at Shanghai Disneyland Hotel.
Day 11 – Shanghai Disneyland Premier Tour with expedited access to performances and attractions followed by reserved viewing for “Illuminate! A Nighttime Celebration.” Park Count: 5
Day 12 – Fly to Hong Kong and visit Hong Kong Disneyland on your own (with expedited access) or participate in an Introduction to Hong Kong tour or private cooking lesson. In the evening, enjoy a Junk boat cruise and private dinner before a stay at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel.
Day 13 – Spend the morning exploring Hong Kong Disneyland on your own, followed by an afternoon “Momentous” guided park tour, private dinner at Explorer’s Club restaurant, and reserved viewing for the “Momentous” nighttime spectacular. Park Count: 6
Day 14 – Fly to Agra, India, where, after enjoying high tea at the hotel, you can take a tour of the Agra Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) or take a relaxing Taj nature walk.
Day 15 – Sunrise Taj Mahal photo op followed by a Taj Mahal tour. In the afternoon, you can choose from activities like visiting the Tomb of Itmad Ud Daulah (known as “Baby Taj”) and the Kachhpura Village or shopping in Agra.
Day 16 – Fly to Cairo, Egypt, where you can explore one of the archeological sites of the Great Pyramid of Giza (the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World) and see the Great Sphinx of Giza. In the evening, enjoy a private dinner with views of the Pyramids.
Day 17 – Fly to Paris, France, and enjoy dinner at Walt’s – An American Restaurant in Disneyland Paris Park, followed by VIP viewing of “Disney Illuminations” nighttime spectacular and a stay at Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel.
Day 18 – Pre-opening Paris Walt Disney Imagineering Experience followed by VIP tours of Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park and VIP viewing of a Disneyland Paris daytime show and dinner beneath the “chandelier of Asgard” at the Manhattan restaurant. Park Count: 8
Day 19 – Choose to return to the parks on your own (with special access) or choose half-or full-day tours, including a visit to the French countryside to learn about Champagne-making, a Paris city tour with lunch at the Eiffel Tower, or a private tour of Versailles (the former royal residence of Louis XIII). In the afternoon, you can cruise the streets of Paris in an iconic French car, enjoy a guided tour of the Louvre, or bake French sweets in a hands-on culinary experience.
Day 20 – Fly to Orlando, Fla., and visit the Walt Disney World theme parks on your own (with special attraction access), followed by dinner, a private viewing of the Magic Kingdom’s nighttime spectacular, and a stay at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
Day 21 – A full day in Magic Kingdom Park begins with breakfast in the Beast’s enchanted castle, followed by an exclusive “behind the beams” look at the monorail (including a private ride to the backstage shop to learn more about the world-famous transportation system), a VIP tour, and VIP viewing for the “Festival of Fantasy Parade” and nighttime spectacular. Park Count: 9
Day 22 – Spend the morning at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, including breakfast with Dr. Mark Penning (Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products VP of Animals, Science and Environment), Kilimanjaro Safaris with an animal program expert, and “Celebration of Festival of the Lion King” (with a pre-show backstage visit). In the afternoon, visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios Park with Lightning Lane attraction passes for The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Toy Story Mania, Slinky Dog Dash, and Star Tours – The Adventures Continue. Park Count: 11
Day 23 – After breakfast at Golden Oak, inspired by the places you’ve visited on your amazing adventure, visit Tri-Circle D Ranch to meet Cinderella’s Ponies and the horses of Main Street, U.S.A., and go backstage for a rare opportunity to visit the Disney Flavor Lab (the secret test kitchen where Disney chefs develop dishes). After a private lunch at the Seas with Nemo and Friends pavilion in Epcot, explore the park on your own (with preferred access), followed by a farewell dinner in the American Adventure Rotunda, a special view for Epcot’s nighttime fireworks spectacular, and a ride on Soarin’ Around the World to see some of the iconic landmarks you just visited. Park Count: 12
Day 24 – Head for home – and get some rest!
The 24-day, 23-night trip visits 31 sites and includes 68 meals. The minimum age is 12, but parents should note that the recommended age is 14+. Departure dates are July 9 – Aug. 1, 2023, and pricing starts at $109,995 per person (both kids and adults).
Booking begins June 20, 2022, for previous Adventures by Disney guests who have traveled on three or more adventures; June 22, 2022, for all previous Adventures by Disney guests; June 24, 2022, for Golden Oak members; and June 28, 2022, for the general public.
6/25/22 – Update:
The one departure for Disney Parks Around The World – A Private Jet Adventure has already sold out. Adventures by Disney is asking interested travelers to call (855) 996-2442 to join a wait list.
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