Walt Disney World has just updated their “Unique Tours” section to add that the VIP Tours will be resuming soon and they are now accepting reservations.
According to the site:
“Disney Private VIP Tours is currently accepting reservations. Please note that reservations are subject to availability.”
For those who don’t know the VIP tour guides you can have up to 10 guests in your group for this experience. Here’s some of what they do:
- Pre-arrival planning
- A flexible start time, picked by you
- Visits to multiple theme parks* in one or more days, if desired
- The ability to enjoy some of your favorite attractions efficiently
- VIP viewing areas for parades, select stage shows and nighttime spectaculars
- Shared insight from your highly knowledgeable VIP Tour Guide throughout your tour
It’s nice because they can get you into attractions and VIP viewing areas. Plus they are really knowledgeable about the parks. We even got to go to the backstage areas from time to time!
Now, magic comes with a price and theirs can be steep. Here’s the pricing:
Pricing: Ranging from $425 to $750 per hour, depending on the season (valid park admission is required for each park visited on tour and is not included in the price of the tour).
There is a minimum of 7 consecutive hours to book the VIP guide. So that’s about $3,000-5,250 minimum. But again, you can have up to 10 people in your group, so you could go in with other friends or family members to make your share less.
If you would like to book you can do so by calling (407) 560-4033 or contact your preferred travel partner. Guests under the age of 18 must have parent or guardian permission to call.
I do recommend a tour guide, they are definitely worth it, but it is more expensive now than it was a year or two ago. If Chris is still available we highly recommend him!
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Walt Disney World
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