The Four Seasons Jet world tours have proven popular among high-paying world travelers since being introduced in 2014.
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Andrea Romano
June 13, 2018

 

The Four Seasons Jet world tours have proven popular among high-paying world travelers since being introduced in 2014. On the tour, a custom Four Seasons Boeing 757 takes passengers around the globe, stopping at luxury hotels along the way.

The Points Guy reports that this year's itinerary, “World of Adventures,” is already sold out, but there's no need for the well-heeled to worry. Four Seasons has added a new 24-day, round-the-world itinerary for the fall of 2019. Unsurprisingly, it sounds amazing.

Over the course of the 24 days, travelers will visit a total of eight countries across four continents, flying from Seattle to Kyoto, Bali, Seychelles, Rwanda, Marrakech, Bogota, the Galapagos Islands, and finally to Miami. Guests can come face-to-face with endangered gorillas in the Virunga Mountains, take a horse-drawn carriage to the market in Marrakech, relax on secluded beaches under rare coco de mer palm trees, and more.

Traveling the world in style of course comes with a hefty price tag. The “World of Adventures” itinerary is $143,000 per person (That's based on a two-person occupancy. If you are traveling alone, there is an additional $14,300 supplement.)

While the destinations are the draw, the flights aren’t so bad either. The private jet only seats 52, offering lie-flat seats, personal iPads, noise-canceling headphones, and cashmere blankets.

Courtesy of Four Seasons

“The success of our Private Jet program speaks to our ability to understand the needs of the modern luxury consumer and craft an end-to-end Four Seasons experience that is unmatched in the market,” J. Allen Smith, president and CEO of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, said in a statement. “We are delivering an incredibly unique product and the demand from luxury travelers has been nothing short of remarkable, driving a record sell out in 2018, and the addition of another journey to our 2019 lineup.”

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