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World of Adventures: by Four Seasons Private Jet from Seattle to Miami

Dal Kikin
October 26, 2018


In the autumn of 2019, the Four Seasons Private Jet will again set off on a 24-day World of Adventures journey, and its passengers will have the chance to explore nine unusual destinations on four continents: Seattle - Kyoto - Bali - Seychelles - Rwanda - Marrakesh - Bogota - Galapagos Islands - Miami.


The program starts on October 23, 2019 and covers remote beaches, bustling markets, jungle journeys and exclusive excursions tailored to the interests of each passenger: after a participant completes a booking, Four Seasons will make an optimal plan for them. During flights at an altitude of 12,000 meters, the passengers of the ship will be serviced by experienced staff at Four Seasons, including the Guest Director, concierge and chef.


In Seattle, travelers will visit the Chihuly Garden Art Museum, the Pike Place Market and a seaplane excursion over the city and evergreen parks.

Seattle: iStock/aiisha5

In Kyoto, there will be a Zen meditation sessions, private lessons of the samurai art of sword possession, gastronomic insights on the Nishiki market, and rickshaw rides through the bamboo forests of Arashiyama.

Kyoto: iStock/RichieChan

In Bali, travelers float through the jungle along the Ayung River, visit ancient temples, rituals of purification in sacred basins and unusual shopping at handicraft markets accompanied by a local guide who knows everything about the production of leather goods, traditional Balinese batik and silver jewelery.

Bali: iStock/ErmakovaElena

Then the passengers of Four Seasons Private Jet will fly to the Seychelles, to the snow-white beaches. One of the stops is provided on the island of Praslin, in the Natural Park of Valle de Mae, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here grow gigantic Seychelles coco-de-mer, which are not found anywhere else in the world.

Seychelles: iStock/KellyISP

In Rwanda, guests will live in an authentic boutique hotel in the Virunga Mountains. Virung is a habitat for endangered mountain gorillas. An experienced guide will guide program participants through the dense jungle to enable them to meet rare animals face to face.

Gorilla: iStock/ANDREYGUDKOV

The next stop is Marrakesh with its colorful markets, spicy flavors and gastronomic riot. It includes an excursion on mules to the Atlas Mountains, private shopping tours for Berber carpets and spices.

Marrakesh: iStock/takepicsforfun

The capital of Colombia, Bogota, welcome guests with aromatic coffee in the famous Café San Alberto. The Botero Museum will show the masterpieces of Botero, Dali and Picasso. There will also be salsa lessons and the Palokemao market, where guests will be accompanied by a local chef, as well as lunches and dinners made from organic, local produce.

Bogota: iStock/rmnunes

After that - Galapagos, a cruise on a private ship Silver Galápagos, accessible only to Four Seasons customers. The program includes snorkeling with sea iguanas and turtles and excursions to the habitats of the Galapagos penguins.

The tour ends in Miami, overlooking Biscayne Bay. Return to civilization will be marked by a farewell dinner after a relaxing spa treatments.

Miami: iStock/ULora

The cost of World of Adventures trip starts from $ 143,000 per person for double occupancy. This includes flights on the Four Seasons Private Jet, a private jet, ground transportation, excursions, food and lodging at resorts and hotels at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. The company also took care of luxury accommodation in Rwanda and the Galapagos Islands, which are part of the World of Adventures program.