The 20-day “private jet experience” will take in 7 countries and about 19,000km, The Sun reports.
Bosses during a oppulance sequence Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts — that is partly owned by Microsoft aristocrat Bill Gates — contend a company’s Remote Wonders debate will give guest “a new enriching journey”.
Tourists will start their outing on a bespoke A321neo jet in Dubai, before travelling to Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, a Seychelles, Tanzania’s Serengeti, Rwanda and afterwards behind to Dubai.
Cashed-up travellers will be means to try a ancient cities of Hoi An, Angkor Wat and Chiang Mai or Chaing Rai, see towering gorillas up-close in Rwanda’s bamboo forests, and tell in a overwhelming pleasant beaches of a Seychelles.
It is one of 4 routes Four Seasons is charity from Dec 2021.
The oppulance A321neo that guest will be travelling in has only 48 Italian leather “custom domestic seats” with 200cm of “personal space”.
What else does a large cost tab get you? Guests will be treated to a 24/7 personal concierge, a dedicated transport planner, an on-board executive chef.
There is a dedicated luggage concierge and a alloy for a journey, as good as a Four Seasons-trained crew.
Brochures sent to clients guarantee “personalised adventures during each end and an even some-more unusual knowledge in a sky”.
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