Adventures by Disney Offering $100,000 Private Jet Trip to Every Disney Park on Earth

Adventures by Disney has announced Disney Parks Around The World – A Private Jet Adventure, a new itinerary that visits every Disney theme park.

The trip starts at $109,995 and is recommended for ages 14 and up. At minimum, guests must be 12 years old. It will be available to only 75 fans.

Here is the description from Adventures by Disney:

This dream vacation spans 24 days and covers 6 countries that includes all 12 uniquely magical Disney theme parks worldwide, as well as 3 iconic landmarks: the Taj Mahal, Pyramids of Giza and Eiffel Tower. Throughout the trip, you’ll stay in world-class accommodations, including the rare opportunity to be a Guest at Summit Skywalker Ranch. Plus, you’ll travel in luxury via a VIP-configured Boeing 757, operated by Icelandair, with long-range capabilities that allows for direct flights to maximize your time in each destination. You’ll also enjoy personal access to experts and staff, who provide fun and fact-filled stories enabling you to be immersed in every location you visit.

Booking begins this month, at these tiers:

  • June 20, 2022: Previous Adventures by Disney Guests who have traveled on 3 or more adventures
  • June 22, 2022: All previous Adventures by Disney Guests
  • June 24, 2022: Golden Oak Members
  • June 28, 2022: General public

The trip begins in Anaheim at Disneyland Resort and ends in Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort, visiting all the international Disney Parks in between.

Are you hoping to go on this trip of a lifetime? Let us know in the comments.

Adventures by Disney also recently announced their 2023 adventures to Sicily and the British Isles.

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  1. This would be an absolute dream come true!! It’s my bucket list to visit every single Disney Park. Unfortunately I work two jobs so I can’t take off that many days and also don’t have the money for that. I know I’ll still make it happen one day though.

  2. My parents introduced to me to the Disney experience when I was little. My mom loved Disneyland, my dad loved Disneyworld. We went every year until my dad got sick. I was fortunate enough to take my family there twice when my children were younger. It has been a dream of mine to take them back again now that they are adults and we can look at Disney through older eyes. Disney is truly a magical experience and they think of every detail which is extremely impressive. From needing medical help to watching them remove the barriers after the parades, nothing is overlooked. It is a place that you can truly be a child again, no matter how many times you go, there is always something different that you didn’t see before like the impromptu performances. Just keeps adding magic to your experience. I must commend how the crew members make special time for the special guests (special needs families) to meet with the characters. It’s heart warming and appreciated, even on my part. Walt would be proud of where his dream has taken so many people and to think it began with a mouse, Mortimer, who would eventually get his name changed to Mickey as per Lily’s advice. Walt risked everything he had to start his dream and ended up being extremely lucky building an empire that continues to grow even today. Thank you Walt for sharing your innovations to the world.

  3. My husband and I have no kids and we go to Disney world every year in October. We haven’t been to any other parks around the world and that has been a huge dream of ours. We are planning on renewing our vows after 10 years of marriage next year in Disney since we went for our honeymoon when we got married in 2013. I’m praying we are considered.

  4. Considering that a world cruise which costs – low end $89.000 and high end $250,000 sold out in less than 3 hours, it seems there is some demand for high end travel.
    It’s funny how people complain about this when those cruises sell out so fast

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