Occasionally, Disneyland will offer unique experiences that go above and beyond what one would normally experience in the parks. When these events are announced, they’re usually offered for a very limited amount of time and are in high demand.

Currently, Disneyland is offering a few opportunities that look wonderful: The Jungle Cruise Sunrise Safari Breakfast, MahaloWeen, and Mystical Spirits of the Blue Bayou.

On October 12th and 13th (which is right around the corner!), Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar is┬áhosting a Polynesian one-of-a-kind Halloween event that includes unique decorations, food, and drink opportunities. The $150 price per-person includes two drink tickets in a signature Tiki mug, a commemorative MahaloWeen Kukui nut lei, a Tiki print, and one special edition Tiki glass. The artists who created the Tiki print and the glass will be available for autographs at the event. Reservations can be made at Disneyland.com (if they haven’t completely book already!).

The park is also currently offering an attraction-based breakfast that is the first of its kind. From September 21st – December 2nd, Guests Jungle-Cruise-Sunrise-Safari-Breakfast-30can experience the Jungle Cruise Sunrise Safari Breakfast in the heart of the world-famous Jungle Cruise attraction. A variety of breakfast foods and drinks are available, and after breakfast you will be treated to a crash-course in Jungle Cruise Skipper training before getting behind the wheel of your own boat to navigate the rivers. Once you become a member of the “Fraternal League of Secret Skippers,” you will get to take home a keepsake from your experience. At $300 per guest, the breakfast is pricey but a once-in-a-lifetime experience that is hard to pass up. Our friends at DAPS Magic have a great review here

Lastly, there is a special dining opportunity for those who will be attending Mickey’s Halloween Party. Mystical Spirits of the Blue Bayou is described by the Disney Parks Blog as an “intimate” and “spooky” three course dining experience hosted by Dr. Facilier and his “friends from the other side.” After dinner, the guests will receive a limited edition custom lithograph before being escorted to a special viewing area for the “Halloween Screams” firework show. The price is $150 per person (regardless of age), and does not include a ticket to “Mickey’s Halloween Party.”

Which of these events are you most excited about? Do you plan on attending any of them? Let us know!

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