We now know the destinations for the new version of Star Tours – The Adventures Continue. The new version of Star Tours will have random story lines in which Disney stated could result in over 50 different story adventures. We have had clues all along as to where we would be going. We knew about the planets Bespin, Alderann and the Moon of Endor from a preview of a queue video, we also learned a few days ago that we would be going to Tatooine and Coruscant as well (thanks to a coded message). Today Disney has also announced that Star Tours will also provide service to the planet of Naboo, Hoth, and the home of the Wookiee’s, Kashyyyk. The volcanic and very important planet of Geonosis will be making an appearance along with the Death Star, as Disney alluded to a few weeks ago with the release of the picture below.
Below is the announcement from the Disney Parks Blog:
It won’t be long now before Star Tours re-launches and “The Adventures Continue” at both Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California! But where in the galaxy are we going?
We know a lot of you have been wondering and asking, and today we are happy to reveal the final destinations you can expect to visit when Star Tours resumes service. You already know we’re going to Tatooine for the Boonta Eve Podrace and to Coruscant.
Additional destinations include a visit to the beautiful planet of Naboo, a rare tour of the Wookiee planet of Kashyyyk, and a trip to the icy planet Hoth (seen above in a still image from Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back).
Of course, no Star Tours adventure would be complete without an unexpected visit to the Death Star, this time above the planet Geonosis.
In addition, we’ll be departing from a spectacular new Spaceport, created just for the new Star Tours voyages.
As revealed earlier, these destinations will be combined in more than 50 different story adventures, so you’ll never know where the Force will take you!
Star Tours – The Adventures Continue will open at the Walt Disney World Resort on May 20 and at Disneyland on June 3, 2011. Follow the construction in our Disneyland Resort Weekly Updates.