Disney VIP Tours – Buffalo, New York
Living in Buffalo NY? Looking for a change of scenery?
If so, you need a Disney visit. It’s a different world from the “tall skyscrapers” and “dull weather” of New York.
It’s a place of joy and happiness. On a Disney visit, you’ll feel refreshed for a new year of accomplishments!
Open Grounds – Amiable Environment
One of the issues with New York is its cold culture.
People there work hard. It’s one of the US’ most expensive states, and success there is a long grind.
So what you get is a “business culture.” It’s too urbanized, and it’s not too amiable.
And that’s why you need a Disney travel.
A Change of People.
Changing scenery or weather isn’t enough. You need a different culture surrounding you.
That’s what you get at Disney parks.
Both of Disney’s largest grounds are at the “entertainment” capitals of the US – those being Florida and California.
Why Book a Disney Visit?
At minimum, you’re walking into a world of fantasy. You’re returning to a world of childhood.
Throughout the past few decades, Disney has been the producer of childhood icons. Our favorite shows and cartoon characters come from there…
So wouldn’t be nice if you “visited your childhood” in its homeland?
What to Expect
Let’s look at Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort.
This complex has over 75,000 employees managing it. And its property is 25,000 acres wide.
The resort is a town, filled with many attractions, theme/water parks, recreation centers, and live shows!
It’s a literal fantasy world.
On a Disney park visit, you’re not walking into the average carnival. You’re heading into an “entertainment world” that’s been fine-tuned since the 1960s.
Book Your Next Vacation
Disney parks are quite far from Buffalo.
Fortunately, you can always book in advance. You can book weeks (maybe months) ahead of your arrival.
Plus, they’re located in some of America’s most “toured” states.
They’re already at prime vacation spots (Anaheim – California) and (Orlando – Florida).
So consider a vacation to those locations. And while you’re at it, book a few days of Disney park visits!
How Do I Book?
This is where we can help you.
At Five Star Private VIP Tours, we’ll manage your Disney visit. We provide Disney VIP tours for all kinds of visitors.
We ensure that your trip goes smoothly, and according to schedule. And speaking of schedule…
Thousands of people visit Disney parks/day. So you need to show up early while competing for lines and passes.
Through our services, we save you the trouble. We can afford you the privileges of a VIP visitor.
We can ensure that you waste less time while enjoying as much of Disney as you’d like.
And we do so while being adaptable. Our Disney VIP tours can accommodate any group size, and all ages too!
We deal with children, adolescents – and even retiree visitors!
There’s nothing more to wait for. Be sure to contact us, and we’ll help you launch your Disney visit!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How do you guarantee minimal wait times?
Answer: Our Private VIP Tour guides know the layout of the attractions and the system in place as if we created it ourselves! This coupled with our Private VIP Tour guides insider knowledge (i.e. “secret sauce”) gives us the confidence in ensuring our clients minimal wait times.
Question: Do you only offer Theme Park tours?
Answer: Absolutely not the case, we have an undeniable love and passion for theme parks, but specialized in all Central Florida and Southern California, from Food and Wine, to Nightlife, to sightseeing, to helicopter tours, not to mention we are also an independent concierge and luxury transportation service. We have it all covered in our customized VIP Tour packages.
Question: How many people can be in a group?
Answer: We can accommodate up to (8) people per tour guide, including children. If you wish to have more than eight, we can add an additional tour guide.
Question: Are handicap tour guides or handicap passes used to skip the lines?
Answer: Never! Five Star has a “zero tolerance” policy in regards to improper representation of any disability or disability pass.