Explore 8 Countries in 23 Days with the Four Seasons World of Adventures Trip

There’s luxury travel, then there’s luxury travel. While an all-inclusive hotel minibar, free bottled water, and a beach massage pass for “the lap of luxury” for most of us, some lucky travelers explore the world in altogether different strata. Enter The Four Seasons World of Adventures Trip, an incredible, no-expense-spared, private world tour that promises eight countries in just 23 days — for a price.

The three-week itinerary reads like an entire bucket list for the average person. The Four Seasons private jet departs from Seattle, Washington en route to Kyoto. Here, travelers experience two full days of history in Japan’s cultural hub and walk the city’s Nishiki Market (often called “Kyoto’s Kitchen”) with Four Seasons’ own chefs. From there, the trip only gets more exotic with tropical beach exploring in Bali and Seychelles.

Then, it’s on to mainland Africa to trek with gorillas in Rwanda and explore the ancient markets and stunning landscape of Marrakech. The final leg of the trip heads to South America for a deep dive into Colombian history, arts, and culture in Bogota. The tour is capped off with an exclusive three-night cruise of the Galapagos Islands to kayak and snorkel with sea turtles, hike lava fields, and take a Zodiac cruise of secluded inlets in search of sea lion pups and the iconic blue-footed boobies.

While the destinations are scheduled well in advance, what travelers choose to do on the ground is wide open. Upon booking the trip, each guest is connected with a personal Four Seasons Global Guest Services Manager. These elite concierges work with each traveler individually to determine what they’d like to experience in each destination. In a sense, travelers can explore every destination in their own way — like a trip within a trip.

Four Seasons World of Adventures Trip Jet
Four Seasons

All air transportation is aboard Four Seasons’ private Boeing 757 — a bespoke aircraft designed to feel every bit as luxurious as the brand’s iconic hotels. The private jet accompanies just 52 passengers (compared to the usual 233 on a typical commercial flight), all with fold-flat leather beds. Every design detail — including Mongolian cashmere blankets, handwoven Dutch carpeting, Bose noise-canceling headphones, and Bulgari amenity bags — is precisely as you would expect in this level of luxury travel. Passengers are provided custom cabin bags to ensure their essential belongings are within easy reach at all times. A personal in-flight executive chef also ensures the quality of the scratch-made meals is up to the Four Seasons standards on the ground.

The whirlwind adventure takes off October 23, 2019. Book your own seat for the low, low price of $143,000. If it helps, all transportation, accommodations, meals, and most activities and excursions are included.

Images courtesy of Four Seasons.


The Jamaican Villa Where Ian Fleming Created James Bond is for Rent and It Is Amazing

You can vacation at the birthplace of secret agent 007, complete with butlers to make your martinis.

21 Best Travel Books to Inspire Your Next Adventure

Get out of town ... or just go to the library. Travel books simulate the sensations of sailing, sightseeing, and setting out to explore.

Travel Switzerland Like a Gentleman Aboard the Luxury Glacier Express

You can sip cognac like a sophisticate aboard Europe's most iconic and breathtaking rail journey.

10 Reasons to Visit Norway in 2019

The picturesque ruggedness of Norway is just part of the appeal of what may arguably be one of the most beautiful countries on the planet.
Food & Drink

Heading to Hawaii? Make Your Reservations at Manta Restaurant to Eat Big Island Beef

How can cattle raised in Hawaii stand-up to beef carefully coddled for years in Japan, Australia, and the mainland U.S.? Pretty damn easily, that's how.

Detroit’s Shinola Hotel Has Us Feeling Right At Home

With stylish guest suites and a social “living room,” the Shinola Hotel honors the Motor City’s past while looking to a bright future.

‘App in the Air’ Could Help Travelers Survive the Next Government Shutdown

It's like an airport survival kit in your pocket. It will be handy long after the government shutdown ends (again).

The Best Travel and Adventure Documentaries on Netflix Right Now

If you're reading this, you're staring at a screen. Wouldn't you rather be exploring a different part of the world than the Internet?

4 of the Most Dangerous Hikes in the World

You'll need a healthy dose of fear and a desire to push your self to the edge — just not over it.

The Palms Casino’s Newest High-Roller Suites Have a Bowling Alley and Whiskey Room

The Hardwood Suite is a basketball-centric masterpiece, while the Kingpin suite is a bowling bro's paradise.

Celebrate Your Single-ness This Valentine’s Day with a Cheap Vacation

Contiki is looking to make solo celebrations even better with deeply discounted travel packages for Singles Awareness Day.

Win a Private Island Getaway for You and 7 of Your Closest Friends

Bring the entire squad on an ultra-luxe Belizean getaway worthy of a one-percenter.

PlugVan Converts Most Vans Into Full-Fledged Campers in 5 Minutes

Your van can be backcountry-ready for the weekend and back to work Monday morning.

Enjoy a Different Kind of Island Life at this Private Scottish Escape

Eilean Shona is a self-described, lakefront “Neverland” where visitors are encouraged to appreciate the lost art of sitting still and doing nothing.