Jungle Cruise Sunrise Breakfast offers rare, and expensive experience at Disneyland


Have about $300 bucks to drop? Then you can experience one of the most unique and exciting opportunities that Disneyland is offering, and it’s only for a limited time. Beginning September 21st, guests can learn how to be a Jungle Cruise Skipper. Yes, it’s a very rare opportunity, and only the most skilled know what the back side of water looks like, but you can get that chance! It’s all part of the Jungle Cruise Sunrise Breakfast, which is very limited and will not be offered again…unless the skippers run out of money again.





It is one of the most prestigious jobs in the world, being a Jungle Cruise Skipper. Only the bravest, and most adventurous…and the people willing to work in the most dangerous conditions for the least amount of money…can call themselves Jungle Cruise Skippers.

Now, Disneyland is offering up something extremely cool, and very rare, as guests can now take part in lessons on how to be a Jungle Cruise Skipper. The new Sunrise Breakfast will include an  assortment of fresh pastries and scones,  fruit and chia parfait, eggs, glazed pork belly bacon, pan-seared sausage and roasted golden potato-and-onion hash, an assortment of juices, freshly brewed coffee and specialty teas.

After breakfast, you’ll get a “crash” course (they probably should have worded that different) in how to be a skipper, and then get to take over your own boat, as you pilot through the rivers of the world. It will be an excruciating trip, covering the major rivers of the world. You’ll be gone for months…but luckily your family will only miss you for a few minutes. You’ll get to recite the world famous spiel, and when you’re done, you’ll get a cool tribal mask inspired by the original concept art of the ride, and you too will finally know how to spot the backside of water.


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For more information, including reservations, visit the official website by clicking here!