The luxury hospitality company has announced a curated collection of three Four Seasons Private Jet itineraries set to take flight in 2020, which includes travel in a private jet.
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Over 24 days, travellers will relax on tranquil islands and celebrate one of the world’s most iconic architectural wonders.
Beginning in Hawaii, Four Seasons Private Jet guests will then jet off to picture perfect Bora Bora, before making their way to Australia for a backstage tour of the Sydney Opera House.
Bali’s jungles are next on the roster, ahead of a private Thai cooking lesson in Chiang Mai. On the way to Dubai, a quick stop in Agra for the day gives guests the chance to explore the legendary Taj Mahal.
A private concert at the only remaining theatre where Mozart performed is on offer in Prague, and a final stop in London has new friends sailing down the Thames by twilight.
“The feedback we’ve received since launching our fully branded and customized Four Seasons Private Jet Experience in 2015 has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Peter Nowlan, chief marketing officer at Four Seasons.
“Guests are beyond thrilled they can now cross destinations off their bucket lists in the comfort and care of Four Seasons, resulting in record-pace bookings and subsequent wait lists for each of our 2019 itineraries.”
The all-encompassing itineraries feature air travel aboard the Four Seasons Private Jet, ground transportation, planned excursions, all meals and beverages, and luxurious accommodations at Four Seasons hotels and resorts.
Other packages include the International Intrigue (February 15 – March 9) – which takes in Seattle, Kyoto, Hoi An, Maldives, Serengeti, Marrakech, Budapest, St Petersburg and Paris – and the World of Adventures (June 3 – June 26) which stops in Seattle, Kyoto, Bali, Seychelles, Rwanda, Marrakech, Bogota, Galápagos Islands and Miami.
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