This globe-trotting holiday costs £11 MILLION… but you’ll get to travel on a private jet to 20 cities in 20 days
Over 50 members of staff will be at the travellers’ disposal, from wine experts to a HYPNOTIST
A LUXURY travel boutique has designed the trip of a lifetime… but it will set holidaymakers back a bank-busting £11MILLION.
DreamMaker has promised to take millionaire globe-trotters around the world on a private Boeing 767 jet as a part of their Passport to 50 deal.
Passengers will get to recline in this luxurious carriage… and that’s just when they’re in the air
The extravagant trip allows travellers to stop off at 20 different cities for 20 days, with room for 50 members of their friends and family.
Jet-setters will cover more than 31,000 kilometres in the air, which will make up 12 per cent of their trip time.
The voyage begins in Koh Samui, Thailand, before stopping at Siem Reap, Kathmandu, Agra, Florence, Siena, Cannes, Moulinet, London, Barcelona, Ibiza, Marbella, Marrakech, Havana, Knoxville, Kona, El Nido and a “secret island” before it reaches its final destination in Manila.
Approximately 12 percent of the journey will be spent onboard this stunning private jet
Travellers will stop off in Florence, where they’ll visit the breath-taking Villa Cora dining room
They will also get the opportunity to stop off at the Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia
The in-flight bedrooms are cosy and comfortable, to prevent passengers from getting worn out from all the globe-trotting
If the diverse locations weren’t enough to keep travellers entertained, a number of special treats have also been organised across the trip.
The package includes cocktails and a night of gambling in Las Vegas, a 3 Michelin-starred meal in Spain, a private film screening in Cannes and fashion events and styling facilities in Florence.
To keep passengers feeling rejuvenated for their jam-packed itinerary, there are plenty of delights onboard the private jet and more than 50 members of staff at their disposal.
The holiday destinations itinerary
- Koh Samui, Thailand
- Siem Reap, Cambodia
- Kathmandu, Nepal
- Agra, India
- Florence, Italy
- Siena, Italy
- Cannes, France
- Moulinet, French Alps
- London, UK
- Barcelona, Spain
- Ibiza, Mediterranean island
- Marbella, Spain
- Marrakech, Morocco
- Havana, Cuba
- Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
- Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
- El Nido, Philippines
- A ‘secret island’
- Manila, Philippines
El Nido in Palawan, the Philippines, is another of the locations visited during the trip
Holidaymakers have many relaxing services at their disposal, including yoga classes and hypnotherapy sessions
They’ll even be able to let their hair down with an expert poker player in Vegas
Over 50 members of staff are at the customers’ disposal throughout their journey
The super-rich holidaymakers have access to private chefs, spa sessions, yoga classes, wine tasting and even their very own hypnotherapist.
Gregory Patrick, the founder of DreamMaker, said: “It is irrelevant how big and beautiful your private jet is if you are unable to relax comfortably or get the required amount of sleep on the plane.”
Partner World of Diamonds Group was commissioned to design the holiday’s most opulent amenity: a set of 18-karat gold swizzle sticks which were completed with white and blue diamonds, at the cost of around £800,000.
50 of the diamond-encrusted swizzle sticks are one of the trip’s most valuable amenities
As well as doing their best to keep their clients happy, the travelling boutique is also working to support charitable causes.
A percentage of the profits from the luxury trip will be donated to non-profit organisations.
The travel company also hope to benefit children around the world through Experiential Giving.
They plan on distributing 2,500 bicycles to rural children in Cambodia so they can make their journey to school, as well as providing drinking water for 50,000 kids in the Philippines.
Patrick said: “Through this trip, we have a way to act as a conduit to positively impact children’s lives.
“It makes no sense to work so hard to please the most discerning of clientele without making the same effort to balance the decadence with an element of kindness that delivers higher levels of fulfilment.”
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SOURCE: The Sun