Two New VIP Tours Available at Walt Disney World Resort

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  1. Wendy

    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    There are now two new VIP Tours available at Walt Disney World.

    The Ultimate Day of Thrills and The Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP tours are both six to seven hours long and include experiencing a certain number of attractions at Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom – such as Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Toy Story Midway Mania! and Expedition Everest.

    The Ultimate Day for Young Families also offers attractions that are specifically accessible to young children.

    Both tours also include a meal at a Disney table-service restaurant.

    These tours will be offered Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, and cost $299 per person. Disney Vacation Club Members, Disney VISA Cardholders and Annual Passholders receive a 15% discount.

    To make a reservation call 407-WDW-TOUR for more information.
     

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    mmmmhh trying to decide if it is worth it at all.....
     
  3. Mags

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    Oh wow! That is a little bit too expensive for us I think.

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    We've had the benefit of a vip tour (paid by the hour) in the past which I guess is probably a similar kind of thing and it's truly fantastic.

    In these it sounds like the aim is to get you round a load of rides in the time which you may not normally be able to do because of the wait times involved. The tour guide will take guests to back doors bypassing all the queues and thus enabling them to get the rides done in the minimum of time.
     
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    What happens during these tours then, or am I being stupid? lol

    Do they give you information on the history of things like the Keys to the Kingdom tour etc?
     

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