- Disney is selling a 24-day private jet tour of its 12 global theme parks starting at $109,995 (R1.76 million) per person.
- Passengers are to travel on a "VIP-configured" Boeing 757 with stops in Japan, China, India, Egypt, and France.
- They'll be given private tours of the parks and Disney museum and archives, the company said Wednesday.
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Disney is selling a 24-day private jet tour of all its 12 global theme parks that starts at $109,995 (R1.76 million) per person.
The luxury trip, titled Disney Parks Around The World — A Private Jet Adventure, is limited to 75 passengers and will depart in July 2023, the company said Wednesday.
Passengers are to travel on what Disney described as a "VIP-configured" Boeing 757-200, converted from 233 seats to 75 leather seats in two-by-two formation. While on the ground, passengers will split into smaller groups and travel by cars and "deluxe" minibuses and coaches, Disney said.
Guests will be accompanied by tour guides, a physician, and a 14-person flight crew, including a chef. The trip will be hosted by Becky Cline, director of the Walt Disney Archives.
Guests will visit Disney's US locations in Anaheim, San Francisco, and Orlando, and its international parks in Tokyo, Japan; Shanghai, China; Hong Kong; Agra, India; Cairo, Egypt; and Paris, France.
The basic cost of $109,995 for the trip is equivalent to nearly $4,600 (R73,576) a day.
The trip includes private tours of the parks, the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, and the Walt Disney Archives in Anaheim, Disney said. Travelers will be able to visit some parks before they open and get VIP viewing spots for the evening fireworks, Disney said.
Guests will also visit India's Taj Mahal, Egypt's Pyramids of Giza, and France's Eiffel Tower. Optional activities throughout the trip include wine tasting, private cooking classes, and a visit to the French countryside.
The tour includes 68 meals, some onboard the private jet. Some alcohol is included with the trip.
The tour starts in Los Angeles on 9 July, 2023, and ends in Orlando on 1 August, 2023.
The minimum age for the trip is 12 and children pay the same rate as adults.