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Orlando, Peru, Chile, Samoa, Australia, Cambodia, India, Tanzania, Jordan, Morocco / Around the World

There’s a reason Phileas Fogg travelled around the world in 80 days - to behold the amazing sights of the globe in just one tour; lucky for us, it’s possible to do the same in only 25 aboard your own private jet.

From the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu to the enigmatic stone heads of Easter Island, your private jet tour begins in South America before moving towards the Pacific; stopping to absorb the beliefs and traditions of Samoan locals before diving into the kaleidoscopic phenomenon of the Great Barrier Reef.

The jungle conquered arches of Cambodia’s temples make for a serene transition to the alluring energy of Jaipur; before wild encounters of a different kind await upon the Serengeti as you behold a wealth of predators and their prey ahead of unearthing Petra’s lost city. Let the fire-eaters and snake charmers of Marrakech’s medinas enchant you with their dazzling performances before returning to the beginning to reflect upon your trip in sun-drenched Orlando.

Itinerary highlights:

  • Ride up to Machu Picchu aboard a historic train
  • Discover the fascinating and distinct Easter Island moai
  • Dive among the vibrant sea life of the Great Barrier Reef
  • Explore Angkor Thom’s intricate temple architecture
  • Trace the delicate marble engravings upon the Taj Mahal’s façade
  • Step back in time to uncover the scarlet Lost City of Petra

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Nights 24
Destinations 10
Flights 10

Orlando, Peru, Chile, Samoa, Australia, Cambodia, India, Tanzania, Jordan, Morocco /Itinerary

Around the World

24nights

Day /1

Orlando

Fly to Orlando where you will spend a night in The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes and meet other members of your group.

The Ritz-Carlton, Orlando

Day /2 - 4

Cusco, Peru

Cusco, Peru

Begin in Cusco, Peru, where the worlds of ancient Incas and colonial Spaniards entwine within the city; your base will be Belmond Palacio Nazarenas. Board the Hiram Bingham train to begin your journey in the explorer’s shoes through the Sacred Valley to the constructional marvel of Machu Picchu, the Inca citadel remains discovered only a mere 100 years ago. For those seeking a more untouched part of Peru, an alternative trip to the north coast uncovers archaeological riches within the Moche temples of Trujillo and local fishing and horseback riding allow for complete immersion into traditional Peruvian culture.

Day /5 - 6

Easter Island, Chile

Easter Island, Chile

Roam with wild horses over lush hillocks to discover the mysterious heads of the moai carved by the Rapa Nui people of Easter Island. The customs of the island’s native tribes can be explored at the ceremonial village of Orongo, home of the prestigious yet treacherous Birdman competition, and the sanctified site of Ahu Akivi where seven identical moai stand to face the sunset of the spring equinox. A spectacular performance of traditional costumed dance proceeds a night spent close to the island’s natural beauty within the organic cypress log columns and volcanic rock structure of the Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa.

Day /7 - 8

Apia, Samoa

Apia, Samoa

To the north east of Australia lies a small island paradise, where Polynesian culture is rich and waterfalls cascade into the azure water. Despite many efforts by western missionaries, the Fa’a Samoa, translated to ‘the Samoan way’, has retained its grasp on this archipelago. A chance to attend a Samoan Women’s Committee allows for an in depth view of island life followed by a tour of Vailima, the former residence of Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson. A night of vivacious fire dance performance poolside within the Sheraton Samoa Beach Resort ends the day at the hotel’s Fiafia feast.

Day /9 - 11

Queensland, Australia

Queensland, Australia

Embrace the natural world and dive into open ocean beneath the Queensland waves to discover the rich spectrum of the Great Barrier Reef as you swim amongst tropical fish and neon coral. On dry land, a tour of the world’s oldest living rainforest accompanied by a Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal guide sees you deep within the Mossman Gorge of Daintree Rainforest. Beneath the ancient jade canopy, learn of traditional Aboriginal culture and the wealth of biodiversity that reside within the forest parameters; paving the way for a visit to the Botanical Ark, a private garden dedicated to the connection between plant life and humanity.

Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort & Spa

Day /12 - 13

Angkor Thom, Cambodia

Angkor Thom, Cambodia

Once part of an empire stretching from Myanmar to Vietnam, the spectacular former Khmer capital of Siem Reap comprises of some of the world’s most elaborate temple architectures. Receive blessings by Buddhist monks at the largest religious stone structure on Earth, Angkor Wat, watch nature reclaim its land at Ta Prohm and gaze into the smiling faces of Avalokiteśvara in the Bayon Temple’s towers. An immersive cultural experience sees you travelling to the floating village of Chong Khneas, where locals conduct their daily business entirely upon water, and to the city of Siem Reap itself to explore the markets and artistry of the Artisans d’Angkor. The evening concludes with a spirited dinner and traditional Apsara dance performance at Thommanon Temple.

Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor

Day /14 - 16

Jaipur, India

Jaipur, India

From palaces to humble abodes, the rose-hued shells of Jaipur’s buildings hold the city’s unspoilt creative and cultural heritage at their core. Explore the clover tinted complex of Amber Fort before zipping through the Pink City’s turbulent bazaars upon a rickshaw; discovering the ornate handiworks of artists and acquiring the secrets to truly indulgent Indian cuisine along the way. A day trip to Agra aboard a private jet gives rise to two of India’s most illustrious UNESCO world heritage sites, the monumental red arches of Agra Fort and the glimmering marble face of the enchanting Taj Mahal.

Rambagh Palace

Day /17 - 19

Serengeti Plain, Tanzania

Serengeti Plain, Tanzania

Continuing west across the globe, the vast illustrious grasslands of the Serengeti invite half or full day excursions out on game drives during one of the greatest migrations on the planet. Witness wildebeest, zebra and gazelle confront the plain’s most prolific hunters to complete their journey in search of new grazing. Here, an early morning offers a once in a lifetime experience to absorb the immense magnitude of the Serengeti from a hot air balloon at sunrise. For those seeking Tanzania’s alternative side, venture to the Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest unbroken caldera, offering a plethora of iconic African wildlife including The Big Five. Game drives through the lush basin brings sightings of bull elephants, lions and the elusive black rhino before a visit to a local Masai village.

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti

Day /20 - 21

Petra, Jordan

Petra, Jordan

The mosaic floors of the Mövenpick Resort make a lavish host on the doorstep of the hand-carved scarlet façade of the Lost City of Petra. Emerging from the twisting Siq, the towering columns of the Treasury display the beauteous hybrid of Hellenistic architecture and Nabataean craftsmanship; while further on, a hike or camelback ride through the bygone metropolis leads to ‘the Monastery’, a tomb etched into the chameleon sandstone landscape. A drive to the otherworldly terrain of Wadi Rum, a popular location featured heavily in Hollywood, gives opportunity to study the ancient Petroglyphs and take in the unspoilt desert vistas before stopping off for tea in a nomadic Bedouin tent.

Day /22 - 23

Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech, Morocco

From the labyrinth of the medina to the snow-capped summits of the mountains, Marrakech is a place of breath-taking sensory awe. Visit the restored royal blue and verdant grounds of Jacques Majorelle gardens or immerse yourself into the day-to-day lives of the Berber tribes of the Atlas Mountains with a village trip and tea with the chief. Architectural highlights include Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace and Ben Youssef Madrasa before wandering the artisan’s stalls of the souks that lead to the captivating street performers of Jemaa el-Fna square. Relive the days sights from the balconies of La Mamounia hotel, a 1920s Art Deco masterpiece set within the heart of the city.

Day /24 - 25

Return to Orlando

Depart from Morocco airport where you will fly back to Orlando for an overnight stay in the Hyatt Regency before your return flight home.

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