From Anaheim to Tokyo – Disney is offering a $110,000 private jet trip to all its global parks


Walt Disney once said, “All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.” It would be more accurate if we replaced courage with money to make the statement more relatable, especially when we have our sights on the incredible Disney Jet Experience that’s as magical as expensive, with a tag of $115,000 per person. No doubt it will be the trip of a lifetime that will take you to six countries and 12 parks in a private Boeing 757 with customized interiors. The 24-day private jet tour will take you across iconic Disney theme parks in the US, Japan, China, France, Egypt, and India.


The latter, India and Egypt, are not home to Disney theme parks but will enthrall and offer fans something extra to Disney obsessives by taking them to two of the world’s seven wonders, the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramid of Giza. The nearly month-long trip will document 31 site visits and almost 70 meals. Guaranteeing comfort and care on tour are Disney-trained adventure guides, a physician, and a chef to tantalize your tastebuds en route delightful Disney sights.

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A total of 75 members can come on one trip, commencing in Anaheim, California, at the Walt Disney Studios and Disneyland. Disney fans love exclusive things … they like to have a Disney résumé,” said Sue Pisaturo, owner of the Disney travel planning company Small World Vacations. “This would be the height of a Disney résumé.” “Disney has that same level of experience collection,” Pisaturo said. She added: “This is mind- blowing for a certain demographic that wants it and can afford it.”

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The minimum age to be part of this globe-trotting extravaganza is 12. The company offers two trips starting June 16 and July 28, 2024. Tickets go on sale to the general public on June 19. Larger-than-life Disney experiences never come cheap. In fact, Just a year after its launch, Disney is shutting down its absurdly expensive Star Wars hotel – A windowless room here would cost $6,000 for a two-night stay in a standard room, much more than a palatial suite at Dubai’s iconic Burj All-Arab hotel.

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