Four Seasons reveals world tour aboard private jet

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The Four Seasons private jet
The Four Seasons private jet

Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts has unveiled a new world tour using its private jet.

The company’s third private jet itinerary, named “World of Adventures”, will run from 19 October to 11 November 2018, taking in nine destinations on four continents.

Starting in Seattle, passengers will board the luxurious Four Seasons private jet for a trans-Pacific flight to Kyoto, Japan’s heritage capital. It will then move on to two beach destinations – Bali and the Seychelles – before heading to mainland Africa to visit Rwanda and Marrakech.

A trans-Atlantic flight will then take travellers to the Colombian capital Bogota, then onwards to the Galapagos Islands, before returning to the US with a flight to Orlando.

Activities and excursions are organised in every destination, including the chance to study samurai sword-fighting in Japan, trekking to see mountain gorillas in Rwanda, and swimming with sea lions in the Galapagos.

The full World of Adventures itinerary starts from US$138,000 based on double occupancy, with all flights, ground transport, excursions, accommodation, meals and beverages included. Accommodation is at Four Seasons properties wherever possible.

“In response to the overwhelming popularity of our private jet programme, we’re pleased to announce the addition of an all-new 2018 journey,” said J. Allen Smith, president & CEO of Four Seasons. “The new World of Adventures itinerary marks an exciting extension of our programme… For the first time, guests can experience the beauty of Rwanda and the adventures of the Galapagos with every aspect of their journey looked after.”

Other itineraries offered by Four Seasons include a 23-day journey from Hawaii to London, via Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali, northern Thailand, Agra, Dubai and Prague, and the same duration itinerary from Seattle to London, via Kyoto, Hoi An, the Maldives, Serengeti, Marrakech, Budapest and St Petersburg.

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