You Can Now Have Breakfast on Disneyland’s Jungle Cruise (But, it is Expensive!)

By: Sam Howzit
By: Sam Howzit

If you have always dreamt of having some pastries, bacon, and eggs while cruising on a boat surrounded by animatronic jungle creatures, you now have your chance.

Disneyland has begun offering a special Jungle Cruise Safari Breakfast at the low-low price of just $300 (no, that was not a typo). As OC Weekly reports, the event began this month and will run through December 2nd.

You can made reservations on the Disney Dining site, where the breakfast is described as:

Dine amidst the flora and fauna as the sun rises over the world-famous Jungle Cruise in Adventureland.
Becoming a Jungle Cruise skipper is no easy task. It takes years of training and practice–or at least a boat and a megaphone. In the interest of grooming our newest batch of recruits–totally unrelated to rumors of skippers joining the local tribe of headhunters–we invite you to our Sunrise Safari Breakfast Adventure.

As your journey begins, you’ll meet your safari guide and make your way into the African savannah. There you’ll dine on a wild assortment of unique breakfast favorites inspired by the jungle diet of the rare “brunching tiger,” including fresh pastries, exotic fruit & chia parfaits, eggs, glazed pork belly bacon, pan-seared sausage and roasted gold potato & onion hash along with an assortment of juices, freshly brewed coffee and specialty teas.

After your feast is finished, your guide will escort you back to civilization in time for a private ride on the Jungle Cruise to hone your skipper skills before the park opens to the public.

To certify these brave explorers as officially unofficial Jungle Cruise skippers, each Guest will receive a special Tribal Mask keepsake to commemorate their adventure.

And while breakfast sounds delicious and I am all about a cool mask, that $300 cost gets you just breakfast, the mask, and the private ride. If you are planning on visiting Disneyland that day, you have to purchase a separate admission. The event begins every morning at 5:30 or 6:30 a.m., so set those alarm clocks extra early – and as soon as it is done, those participating will be escorted out of the park before it opens.

And if you thought the price tag would scare people away, you are wrong. There are only a few spots left – all midweek.