Four Seasons reveals new 2018 private jet itinerary

The 'World of Adventures' experience has been added as a third private jet itinerary for 2018 due to high demand

The Four Seasons Private Jet experience.
The Four Seasons Private Jet experience.

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has launched 'World of Adventures', a new 2018 Four Seasons Private Jet experience set to take flight from October 19 to November 11, 2018.

The journey will go across eight countries, from the Seychelles to the Galápagos.

The 2017 'International Intrigue' itinerary this September has sold out, and bookings for 2018’s 'Timeless Encounters' and 'International Intrigue' are moving quickly, which prompted Four Seasons to add a third 2018 itinerary.

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"In response to the overwhelming popularity of our Private Jet programme, we’re pleased to announce the addition of an all-new 2018 journey, creating even more opportunities for guests to experience the extraordinary people and memorable destinations that define the Four Seasons Private Jet Experience,” said Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts president and CEO J. Allen Smith.

World of Adventures guests board the Four Seasons private jet in Seattle, bound for Kyoto. There they will visit Kikaku-ji, Kyoto’s bamboo jungle; study samurai sword-fighting and historic artwork; and enjoy a private dinner at Kenninji Temple, the most ancient Zen temple in Kyoto.

Next, it’s on to Bali, then Seychelles before continuing to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, where guests will trek with an expert naturalist guide by day and relax in one of the park’s lodges in the evening. Before leaving Africa, Private Jet guests stop in Marrakech for private shopping excursions, a day in the Atlas Mountains with a Berber family, and an afternoon in the Majorelle Garden.

The World of Adventures journey continues on to Bogotá, Colombia’s capital of art, design and gastronomy. Then, guests will embark on a bespoke cruise through the Galápagos Islands, where they will swim alongside sea lions in Gardner Bay; snorkel with manta rays; and photograph the seabirds that make the Galápagos their home. Finally, the journey ends in Orlando.

Other itineraries include Timeless Encounters from March 1 – 24, 2018, which visits Hawaii, Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali, Chiang Mai/Chiang Rai, Taj Mahal, Dubai, Prague and London.

The International Intrigue itinerary takes place from September 14 – October 7, 2018, which journeys to Seattle, Kyoto, Hoi An, The Maldives, Serengeti, Marrakech, Budapest, St. Petersburg, and London.

Timeless Encounters and International Intrigue begin at US $135,000, based on double occupancy. World of Adventures begins at US $138,000, also based on double occupancy. Each journey includes air travel aboard the Four Seasons Private Jet, ground transportation, planned excursions, all meals and beverages throughout the trip, and accommodation at Four Seasons hotels and resorts. At two remote destinations during the World of Adventures experience, guests will stay at accommodations selected by Four Seasons.

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