Jungle Cruise Sunrise Safari Breakfast Experience Coming to Disneyland

The Jungle Cruise Sunrise Safari Breakfast – a once-in-a-lifetime experience – is coming to Disneyland on select dates from September 21 to December 2, 2015, according to the Disney Parks Blog. The Safari begins with a welcome from the Jungle Navigation Company, Ltd., before haging breakfast on the African veldt of the Jungle Cruise attraction in Adventureland. This is an incredibly special opportunity to dine IN the attraction.

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Fare being served will include an assortment of fresh pastries and scones, exotic fruit and chia parfait, eggs, glazed pork belly bacon, pan-seared sausage and roasted golden potato-and-onion hash. Also being served will be an assortment of juices, freshly brewed coffee and specialty teas.

After breakfast, guests will receive a crash court in Jungle Skipper training before getting behind the wheel of your own boat to recite the spiel. Upon initiation into the “Fraternal League of Secret Skippers,” you’ll receive a tribal mask inspired by original concept art for the Jungle Cruise attraction.

Cost is $300 per Guest and includes tax and gratuity. No discounts may be applied. Reservations are extremely limited and are now being accepted here.


3 responses to “Jungle Cruise Sunrise Safari Breakfast Experience Coming to Disneyland

  1. Yeah, no way. $300! It’s like Disney is testing stupidity to see how far they can go charging for breakfast and an “experience”.

  2. The food sounds like something you’d find at one of the restaurants in the $20-30 range. Matt had a good laugh at the price, but if you replaced “Jungle Cruise” with “Pirates of the Caribbean,” I can almost guarantee he’d be looking up airfare! Since WDW is getting the Skipper Canteen, I wonder if this might be a test for the east coast down the line.

  3. I showed the post about this in the Disney blog last night. He admitted he would seriously consider it. He loves puns & the jungle cruise is one of his favorites.