VIP tour guides are a special extra that you can add to your Walt Disney World vacation – for a fee. While having your own private guide will allow you to skip the long lines, score the best seating, and generally maximize every moment of your day, these services don’t come cheap. If you’re willing to add several hundred dollars to the price of your park ticket, here are some tour guide services you can indulge in.
1. Private Premium VIP Tours - $360 to $500 per hour
If you want to have a VIP Tour Guide at your beck and call for a completely personalized experience, this is the tour package for you. While other tours follow a set agenda, this one gives you total freedom. Your Tour Guide is equipped to offer VIP seating to parades and shows as well as expedited access to most attractions. Tour Guides are also well-versed in all things Disney so you won’t have to do much thinking if you don’t want to. Prices vary seasonally, but these services come in between $360 and $500 per hour.
2. Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP Tour - $299 per person
If you have small children and a limited amount of time at Walt Disney World, the Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP Tour will essentially let you see all the best highlights of three Walt Disney World theme parks in one action-packed day. The tour is designed for guests age 10 and under based on the attractions selected for the tour. Though the day lasts just seven hours, you’re bound to feel a week’s worth of exhaustion after this whirlwind experience.
The tour begins at Magic Kingdom and includes expedited entry for kid-friendly rides like:
- It’s a small world
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
- Journey of the Little Mermaid
- The Barnstormer
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
Lunch is included in the tour price at a table service restaurant at the Magic Kingdom. After you’ve plowed through the top kid friendly attractions here, you’ll head to Disney’s Hollywood Studios for Disney Junior – Live on Stage! And Toy Story Midway Mania.
Don’t wind down just yet! The third and final stop on the tour is Disney’s Animal Kingdom where your party will catch the Festival of the Lion King and ride Kilimanjaro Safaris. Each tour features a customized itinerary and your specific day may vary slightly from this proposed agenda, but you’re sure to pack what would normally take two or three days into just one.
This tour runs $299 per person plus tax, not including the price of your park hopper ticket.