Disney is relaunching its 24-day private jet tour, offering wealthy customers the chance to visit 12 of its theme parks around the world.
The "Disney Parks Around The World" tour will take guests to six countries — the US, Japan, China, France, Egypt, and India — on a "VIP-configured" Boeing 757 operated by Icelandair.
Travelers will be accompanied on the tour by Disney-trained adventure guides, a physician, and a chef who will prepare in-flight meals. They may also meet Disney leaders and some of the "Imagineers" who help design the parks.
In total, the tour includes 69 meals and 31 site visits.
As you might have guessed, it doesn't come cheap. Customers will have to shell out almost $115,000 for the experience, nearly $5,000 more than it cost last year. But Disney promises it will give guests access to "extraordinary opportunities not available to the public."
Last year, the group was hosted by the director of Walt Disney Archives, Becky Cline, who has worked at the company since 1989.
Travelers have to be at least 12 years old, but Disney also provides a suggested age of 14 and over.
Two tours are planned for 2024. The first starts in Los Angeles on June 16 and ends in Orlando on July 9. The second trip follows the same route and runs from July 28 to August 20.2023-06-10T13:57:03Z dg43tfdfdgfd