Disney VIP Tours – Long Island, New York
It’s one of the world’s most iconic locations. And it’s one we gladly serve.
Long Island is an ethnically diverse hub of many achievements. It has some of America’s liveliest transport systems.
It has North America’s busiest railroad – plus 3 of America’s largest airports.
Not to mention, its education system is top tier. Students from that part of the world rank high in STEM field accomplishments.
Know what Long Island lacks? It lacks a Disney park.
Long Island is as far as you get from a Disney environment. It’s quite cold, with not as much sunshine as a Disney environment.
In fact, it’s not the best place for a lively park.
Think of what Disney represents.
It’s a return to childhood. It’s a literal fantasy world made true, in parks the size of some small towns.
At Disney, you meet your favorite childhood icons. You talk to them, enjoy shows with them, and are served by them.
As you can tell, you can’t have a “proper Disney atmosphere” without heat and sunshine. And for that reason, it’s located far from New York.
Disney’s Prime Locations
We recommend you head to Disney for your next vacation.
You can head to Disney World in Florida. Or, you can go to Disneyland in California!
It’s obvious, isn’t it? Disney’s parks are located in America’s most entertainment-centered states…
One the one hand, you have the media industry in California. You can always visit that on your Disney tour there!
And then there’s Florida. It’s a prime spot for summer vacations, with many affordable getaways and diversity of tourists.
You should be there to get far from America’s coldest states. And this is where we can help you…
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Let’s look at some numbers.
Florida’s Disney World has 70,000+ employees. And they operate in a 25,000-hectare space.
In other words, you’re walking into a literal town. At any Disney park, you’re walking into a whole new world.
And that’s not something you can do alone.
Disney VIP Tours – Providing Structure.
On a Disney VIP tour, you get a guide to manage your needs, and from start to finish.
Our service can help you plan and book your visit. We can recommend and schedule the most worthwhile rides and attractions.
We can assist you in booking tickets suitable for your visit schedule.
Plus, we’ll be with you on-site, from the day’s start at 9 AM, all the way back to your hotel room!
Providing a Memorable Experience.
At Five Star Private VIP Tours – we provide a lot.
Not only do we manage your schedule. But we’re also adaptable to your on-spot needs, and your entourages too!
You can bring your entire family or even a multitude of children – and you won’t have problems.
We’ll cater to the needs of all. We’ll help synchronize an excellent solo or group experience for an unforgettable Disney day!
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If you have any inquiries, be sure to contact us. We’re happy to assist you with all your Disney aspirations!
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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.