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Disney Announces £90,000 Travel Package To All 12 Of Its Parks Around The World

Disney Announces £90,000 Travel Package To All 12 Of Its Parks Around The World

The trip will last 24 days and is set to kick off in 2023

Disney enthusiasts – or at least those with a few thousands pounds to spare – will now be able to experience every single park in one epic trip thanks to a new travel package launched by the company.

'Disney Parks Around the World – A Private Jet Adventure' will take customers on a 24-day trip touring all 12 of Disney's parks, as well as a number of famous landmarks across the globe.

The trip will kick off at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, before travelling across the US to Florida and later across various oceans to visit Disneyland Paris, Hong Kong Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland, among others.

The trip to visit all 12 parks will last 24 days.

Customers will have to fork out $110,000 (£90,100) for the trip, which is able to accommodate 75 guests. If all of the slots are filled, Disney will make more than £6.7 million from the package.

It's definitely not the cheapest holiday, meaning many fans might have to instead rely on a good old film night to get their fill of all things Disney, but those who can afford it will also get to enjoy sights such as the Taj Mahal in India, the Egyptian Pyramids of Giza and the Eiffel Tower.

As well as Disneyland parks, the trip will include Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Epcot in Florida, Walt Disney Studios Park in France and DisneySea in Tokyo.

Guests will be fuelled throughout the trip by 68 different meals including 23 breakfasts, 22 lunches and 23 dinners, and will travel 'in luxury aboard a Boeing 757 configured for VIPs, operated by Icelandair, whose long-range allows direct flights to optimise the time spent in each destination', Disney explains.

The trip will include parks in California, Paris and Tokyo.

To ensure guests are clued up on every aspect of their journey, Disney will offer 'experts' on board the planes who can share information with customers while 'leaders' and other Disney creatives will be available for meetings at various points during the trip.

The company explains the experts will 'provide fun and fact-filled stories enabling you to be immersed in every location you visit'.

Tickets for the worldwide trip are went on sale this week, initially being offered to 'previous adventurers' who have already travelled to more than three Disneyland parks. They will become available to Golden Oak Club members on Friday, 24 June, before being released to the general public on Tuesday, 28 June.

The trip is currently set to kick off on 9 July 2023, and conclude on 1 August 2023.

Featured Image Credit: Pixabay

Topics: Disney, Travel, Money, World News, US News