The world’s most expensive holiday has been unveiled — and it costs super-rich travellers about $270,000 per person.
The 20-day “private jet experience” will take in seven countries and about 19,000km, The Sun reports.
Bosses at the luxury chain Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts — which is partly owned by Microsoft tycoon Bill Gates — say the company’s Remote Wonders tour will give guests “a new enriching journey”.
Travellers can relax in the stunning island paradise of the Seychelles on the lavish holiday.Source:istock
They’ll be flown around on a Four Seasons A321neo. Picture: Four SeasonsSource:Supplied
Tourists will begin their trip on a bespoke A321neo jet in Dubai, before travelling to Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, the Seychelles, Tanzania’s Serengeti, Rwanda and then back to Dubai.
Cashed-up travellers will be able to explore the ancient cities of Hoi An, Angkor Wat and Chiang Mai or Chaing Rai, see mountain gorillas up-close in Rwanda’s bamboo forests, and unwind in the stunning tropical beaches of the Seychelles.
On-board the private aircraft. Picture: Four SeasonsSource:Supplied
Bangkok is on the itinerary. Picture: iStockSource:istock
It is one of four routes Four Seasons is offering from December 2021.
The luxury A321neo that guests will be travelling in has just 48 Italian leather “custom handcrafted seats” with 200cm of “personal space”.
What else does the massive price tag get you? Guests will be treated to a 24/7 personal concierge, a dedicated travel planner, an on-board executive chef.
They’ll visit the ancient city of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Picture: iStockSource:istock
The tour begins and ends in Dubai. Picture: iStockSource:Supplied
There is a dedicated luggage concierge and a doctor for the journey, as well as a Four Seasons-trained crew.
Brochures sent to clients promise “personalised adventures at every destination and an even more extraordinary experience in the sky”.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission
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