24 Days 11 Days
10 Destinations 11 Destinations
52 Guests 11 Guests
Pace - Moderate pace Moderate Pace
Flatbed Seats Asset 60 Flatbed Seats
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The price of this all-inclusive expedition covers everything from travel by private jet, hotels, ground transportation and meals, down to all daily activities, top-of-the-line guides, beverages and every single tip.

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Our flagship journey offers a life list of iconic destinations in a single itinerary. Fly by private jet to explore ten of the world’s most legendary places and natural wonders.


  1. October 31 (one night)
    Orlando, Florida
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    Begin your world journey

    Meet fellow travelers, your expert trip leaders and dedicated guest services staff for a welcome dinner at the hotel. You’ll depart for your adventure around the world the next day.

    The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes
    Inspired by the grand palazzos of Italy, the stunning Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes offers many opportunities to indulge, including the 18-hole, Greg Norman–signature golf course and a 40,000-square-foot spa and wellness center.
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    Peru offers diverse landscapes and a warm, lively culture

    In historic Cusco, see how Inca and Spanish cultures intertwine. Travel aboard a historic train to Machu Picchu, one of the world’s most astonishing archeological treasures. Visit the Inca ruins in Sacsayhuaman.

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    Casa Concha & Plaza de Armas

    Visit the Casa Concha Museum, located in the restored former residence of a notable aristocrat during the early days of the Spanish conquest. Today it houses over 300 archaeological objects found by Hiram Bingham at Machu Picchu, recently returned to Peru from Yale University. Afterward, there is time to shop and explore the central plaza on your own.

    Plaza De Armas
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    Korikancha, Central Plaza & Cusco Cathedral

    Explore the ruins of Korikancha, or Temple of the Sun. This site was formerly the main Inca temple of Cusco, with walls that were once covered in sheets of gold. Here the Convent of Santo Domingo now stands, using the original Inca stone walls. After exploring, we walk back to the Plaza de Armas with time to see the beautiful Cusco Cathedral. Afterward, enjoy time to shop in the central plaza on your own.

    Korikancha, Cusco, Peru
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    Machu Picchu Visit

    Travel to the mountaintop citadel of Machu Picchu by private, chartered train to examine the artfully cut stone altars, temples, fountains, staircases and terraced gardens that make this one of the world’s most extraordinary archaeological treasures. Enjoy afternoon tea at the Sanctuary Lodge after our guided tour of the site.

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    Sacsayhuaman & Cusco

    Visit the ruins of Sacsayhuaman, a monumental fortress just outside of Cusco. It is believed that the city of Cusco was laid out in the form of a puma whose head was the hill of Sacsayhuaman. Return to Cusco and explore the Plaza de Armas, including the grand Cusco Cathedral, with its exquisite silver altar and gold monstrance, a sacred vessel adorned with pearls and emeralds.

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    Belmond Hotel Monasterio
    Housed in an ancient monastery just steps from the Plaza de Armas, the Belmond Hotel Monasterio is a cherished landmark in the heart of the city. Boutique rooms and suites are uniquely designed with rich wood furnishings and antique paintings. The hotel’s stunning central courtyard invites guests to seek tranquility among its graceful arches, walkways and flowerbeds.
    Alternate destinationAlternate  •  November 1 – 3 (three nights) | Explorer Destination
    North Coast, Peru

    Explore Peru’s less-traveled northern coast

    If you’ve already visited Machu Picchu, consider traveling to Peru’s North Coast, a region filled with stunning natural scenery, deeply rooted traditions and archaeological wonders from several pre-Inca cultures. Guests choosing this alternate will travel separately by local air and meet up with the rest of the group in Pisco before heading to our next destination.

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    Trujillo & Moche Pyramids

    Explore the colonial city of Trujillo, founded in 1536 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro. It retains much local flavor and is an excellent base for visits to the nearby ancient ruin sites of Chan Chan and the Moche pyramids. Visit Huaca de la Luna, a well-preserved site that is part of the Moche pyramids and was used primarily as a ceremonial and religious site in the ancient city.

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    Chan Chan

    Visit Chan Chan, a 500-acre royal palace complex built by the Chimu culture in pre-Inca times. This enormous complex, the largest in pre-Columbian America, is divided into nine separate citadels. The origins of the city go back to the beginnings of the first millennium CE. By the time the Inca conquered the Chimu domain, around 1470, the capital was the center of an empire that covered a stretch of over 600 miles of the Pacific coast.

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    Costa del Sol Trujillo Centro
    Attentive and warm service greets guests to the North Coast of Peru at the Costa del Sol Trujillo Centro. With a prime location at the corner of the city’s main plaza, it is only 10 minutes away from the Inca Chan Chan ruins and the Sun and Moon Temples. The hotel also features a wide variety of services and amenities, including a bar, a restaurant, swimming pool, sauna and gym.
    Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort, Paracas
    Located on the Peruvian coast, surrounded by the Paracas National Reserve, the Hotel Paracas offers an outstanding location and upscale accommodations with ocean views. Enjoy two swimming pools, a bar-lounge, a luxury spa and fine dining. In addition, the Ballestas Islands ecological sanctuary is located just off shore in front of the resort.
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    Investigate the mystery of the moai on this remote Pacific island

    For our visit to Easter Island, we have private access to one of the island’s best hotels. Trace the history of a lost civilization with your archaeologist guides as you explore Rapa Nui National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site where hundreds of moai were abandoned.

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    Ahu Tahai and Ahu Tongariki

    Near the town of Hanga Roa we encounter Ahu Tahai, the site of three restored moai, the rock statues for which the island is famous. We also stop at the Rano Raraku quarry, where almost 400 giant statues remain in various stages of completion, giving us insights to how these mysterious icons may have been created. At Ahu Tongariki, we visit a monument featuring 15 large statues lined in a row.

    Ahu Tahai and Ahu Tongariki
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    Ahu Akivi

    Visit Ahu Akivi, considered to be a particularly sacred site and home to seven moai, all of which are positioned to face sunset during the spring equinox and have their backs to the sunrise during autumn equinox. The astronomical precision is unique to this location on the island.

    Ahu Akivi
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    Orongo Birdman Excursion

    Visit the Orongo ceremonial village, where the famous “birdman” competition was held. Winning this dangerous race was the fastest route to prestige and power in Rapa Nui society.

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    Nayara Hangaroa
    This property was designed in homage to the village of Orongo, a ceremonial Rapa Nui location. Inspired by the architectural shapes of caves, rooms are smooth, cozy and organic, built with natural materials like cypress logs, clay and volcanic rock.
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    Rest and recharge on the tropical paradise of Fiji

    Spend an evening in the tropical paradise of Fiji during an overnight, non-touring stop.

    Lose a day crossing the international date line and spend a quick stopover at a beachfront resort near the airport on Denarau Island. Spend your short time here enjoying your surroundings.

    Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa
    Set on 26 lush acres of gardens and private beachfront, the Sofitel is a tranquil escape tucked away on beautiful Denarau Island. The resort offers a cultural oasis on sparkling Nadi Bay, where guests can savor local flavors and take in views of lovely South Pacific Ocean.
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    Immerse yourself in the marine life of the Great Barrier Reef

    The northeast coast of Australia is home to some of the world’s most unique natural wonders. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system, composed of roughly 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 1,600 miles.

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    Great Barrier Reef Boat Cruise

    Embark on a cruise of the Great Barrier Reef, gliding across the crystal-clear waters. Keep an eye out for exotic marine life such as sea turtles, clown fish, feather stars and reef sharks.

    Great Barrier Reef, Australia
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    Daintree Rainforest

    Participate in a rainforest walk with an Aboriginal guide of the Kuku Yalanji people and experience the wonders of the Daintree Rainforest. The gorge is a rain forest sanctuary of rare and exotic fruit trees and wildlife facing extinction. After the walk, discuss rain forest flora and fauna with your guide and learn more about traditional Aboriginal culture.

    Daintree, Australia
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    Shopping in Port Douglas

    Enjoy lunch, then choose to shop in Port Douglas or return directly to the hotel.

    Port Douglas, Australia
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    Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort and Spa
    Set on nearly 10 acres, this resort features extensive gardens and water features, including a lagoon-style pool, pool with waterfalls, pool bar and direct beach access. Guest rooms are equipped with modern amenities and private balconies or terraces.
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    Absorb the majesty of Angkor Wat

    The city of Angkor Thom represents ancient urban planning at its best. This “city of temples” incorporates canals, large water reservoirs and, of course, temples, including the famous Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm.

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    Angkor Wat

    Angkor Wat is the world’s largest religious structure built from stone. Opt for an early morning visit to beat the mid-morning heat. Tour the complex and meet with Buddhist monks for a blessing. Otherwise, explore this magnificent temple complex after breakfast and discover why it is also known as “the city of temples.”

    Angkor Wat, Cambodia
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    Bayon Temple and Ta Prohm

    See the most popular sites at Angkor. Visit Ta Prohm, a prominent temple left in a state similar to the way it appeared when it was discovered. Move on to Bayon, a richly adorned temple that served as the center of Jayavarman VII’s capital. Finally, imagine the presence of a grand army as you take in the impressive Terrace of the Elephants.

    Bayon Temple, Cambodia
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    Tonle Sap

    Take a tour by boat of Tonle Sap, southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, passing Chong Khneas Floating Village. Its residents conduct the entirety of their lives on the lake, which features floating shops, churches and schools.

    Tonle Sap, Cambodia
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    Siem Reap Market and Artisans d’Angkor

    Peruse the bustling Siem Reap Market where locals sell clothing, spices, housewares, fresh food and handicrafts; and visit the workshops and showroom of Artisans d’Angkor, an organization that trains young people in traditional crafts, such as silk weaving and stone carving.

    Market, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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    Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor
    Just four miles from Angkor Wat, this hotel has been restored to its original colonial architecture and features steam baths, a 35-meter lap pool and shops full of local crafts. Rooms are appointed with high ceilings and large windows.
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    Marvel at a monumental testament to enduring love

    See perhaps the world’s most famous building, the Taj Mahal, the white marble mausoleum that took more than 22 years and 20,000 people to build. Then immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of culture, cuisine and architecture of Jaipur.

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    Taj Mahal Visit

    In Agra, visit one of history’s great masterpieces, the Taj Mahal. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan commissioned this astoundingly beautiful monument in the 17th century as a tribute to the memory of his beloved second wife. We explore this enchanting work of art, which incorporates and expands on Persian, Hindu and Islamic styles.

    Taj Mahal, India
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    City Palace and Royal Observatory

    Visit the City Palace, which occupies the center of Jaipur and houses the royal family’s vast collection of textiles and costumes, an array of armory, miniature paintings and carpets. Stop by Jantar Mantar, an open-air royal observatory created by Maharaja Jai Singh.

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    Jaipur’s Bazaars

    Explore the city’s oldest bazaar, where you’ll find Jaipur’s heritage of handicrafts on display—from iconic blue pottery to hand-printed textiles and stunning meenakari jewelry.

    Jaipur's Bazaars
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    Govind Dev Ji Temple Visit

    Join hundreds of Hindu worshippers for a visit to Govind Dev Ji Temple, a sacred pilgrimage site for devotees of Lord Krishna. Participate in a morning aarti, in which a flame is offered to the deity along with songs and prayers.

    Govind Dev Ji Temple India
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    Polo Gala Evening

    Known as the “sport of kings,” polo has a long and rich tradition in Jaipur. Head to your hotel’s elegant lawns for a chance to witness this national pastime during a festive evening of cocktails, folk music and an authentic polo match.

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    Rambagh Palace
    Built in 1835, Rambagh Palace was home to Jaipur’s royal family until 1957, when it was converted into a hotel. The property includes over 47 acres of expansive gardens. Relax and recharge at the holistic spa or indulge in a fine dinner at one of several unique bars and restaurants.
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    The Serengeti is one of the world’s greatest wildlife destinations

    Throughout the year, more than one million wildebeest, accompanied by gazelles and zebras, make a circuitous, perilous trek across the Serengeti Plain, seeking out fresh grazing and water. Along the way, they encounter lions, leopards, crocodiles and other carnivores always on the hunt, resulting in a primal spectacle unlike any other. Because this cycle is continuous, the Serengeti is always teeming with a dizzying array of wildlife.

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    Game Drive

    Enjoy half-day or all-day game drives. Serengeti National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, protects a wide variety of animals, large and small, including more than 30 species of large herbivores and nearly 500 species of birds. The acacia woodland and year-round water supply in this area create an ideal environment for the wide variety of wildlife that can be seen here—countless zebra, buffalo, lions, cheetahs, gazelle, wildebeest and other species make it their home.

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    Hot Air Balloon

    Enjoy a sunrise hot air balloon ride over the vast Serengeti Plain. Step into your balloon and soar into the air for a spectacular view of the wildlife and scenery from above.

    Hot Air Ballooning, Serengeti, Tanzania
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    Dinner in the Bush

    Under the protection of Masai warriors, head into the animals’ domain to enjoy a torchlit, barbecue feast in the middle of Serengeti National Park.

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    Time at Leisure

    Soak in stunning views of the Serengeti Plain from your lodge or relax by the infinity pool, which overlooks an elephant watering hole.

    Four Seasons Serengeti Tanzania Pool ATW-20
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    Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
    Deep within Serengeti National Park, Africa’s finest game reserve, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is an oasis of comfort with intimate access to wildlife. Explore the Lodge’s unique Discovery Center for a learning experience about the people, history and wildlife of the Serengeti. Then retreat to your luxurious room or try a regionally inspired massage at our elegant spa that incorporates traditional techniques and local oils.
    Alternate destinationAlternate  •  November 15 – 17 (three nights)
    Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

    Seek out the legendary big five in the Ngorongoro Crater

    If you’d like to see a different side of Tanzania, opt to visit the Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken caldera in the world. Guests choosing this alternate will travel separately by local air and meet up with the rest of the group before heading to our next destination.

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    Game Drive

    Journey into the Ngorongoro Crater for half- or all-day game drives. This UNESCO World Heritage site is the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera. It is approximately 10 miles wide and creates a natural amphitheater for one of the densest populations of large animals anywhere. The crater hosts a spectacular array of wildlife, including black rhinos, lions, water buffalo, zebra, elephants, Thompson’s gazelles and warthogs.

    Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
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    Village Visit

    Visit a Masai village to witness a dance performance.

    Village Visit, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
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    Time at Leisure

    Enjoy sweeping views of the lush crater that teems with wildlife from one of the viewing decks or lounge areas.

    Time at Leisure, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
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    Neptune Ngorongoro Luxury Lodge
    Settled on 50 acres within the verdant landscape of the Tanzanian bush, Neptune Ngorongoro Luxury Lodge is conveniently located steps from the Game Reserve gate and a short 20-minute drive from the Ngorongoro Crater. Between activities, look out at stunning views from your individual cabin, featuring a large private viewing deck, open fireplace and spacious living quarters. Or opt for relaxation in the swimming pool or indulge in a treatment at the on-site spa.
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    Visit the Lost City of Petra, famous for its rock-cut architecture

    Nearly two-thirds of Jordan is covered by great expanses of arid desert. Gold-tinged red sandstone cliffs arch up into the sky, while plateaus eroded by winds stretch toward the horizon. In the middle of this stark beauty lies Petra. Petra’s architecture reflects a fusion of ideas and styles, combining traditional Nabataean rock-cut buildings with Hellenistic façades featuring columns and intricate sculptures.

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    Lost City of Petra

    Built in the first century as capital of the Nabataean Arabs, Petra is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. Walk to Petra’s entrance and make your way through the narrow, twisting Siq that has guarded this site for hundreds of years. At the Treasury, observe up close the superb blending of Eastern traditions with Hellenistic architecture. Depart early, allowing time to hike up to the harder-to-reach sites, or depart mid-morning for a more leisurely visit.

    Petra, Jordan
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    Monastery Hike

    Beautifully carved and named for its remote location, “the Monastery” was more likely a Nabataean temple. Choose to take a leisurely stroll after your hike, stopping to view the wares sold by local vendors. You may take a camel ride back to the Treasury from our lunch spot, then enjoy a scenic walk or cart ride to the hotel via the Siq.

    Monastery, Petra, Jordan
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    Wadi Rum

    The history of Wadi Rum starts long before Lawrence of Arabia—petroglyphs dating from the earliest settlers can be seen on its rock walls. Temples and other structures built by the Nabataeans, the same people who built the city of Petra, are also found here. You’ll travel across Wadi Rum in a 4x4, taking in the unspoiled desert wilderness and stopping for tea in a Bedouin tent.

    Wadi Rum, Jordan
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    Mövenpick Resort Petra
    With its close proximity to the sights, the Mövenpick Resort Petra smoothly blends Middle Eastern craftsmanship with modern conveniences. Take in views of the desert landscape while relaxing in this traditional, comfortable base for your explorations.
    Discovery Bedu
    Opt to upgrade to a luxurious overnight tented camp experience in a spectacular location amid Wadi Rum’s desert landscape. Run by local Bedouins, Discovery Bedu offers six tented suites perfectly positioned for stunning sunset views. The camp’s tented kitchen serves up authentic Bedouin meals infused with herbs and spices.
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    Experience a feast of the senses in the imperial city of Marrakech

    Lying in the fertile Haouz plain at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech has some of the most impressive examples of Islamic architecture in existence. Perhaps the highlight of Marrakech, Jemaa el-Fna square is the heart of one of the most vibrant and historic medinas in the world. This ancient walled quarter is filled with narrow, maze-like streets crowded with merchants, musicians and entertainers.

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    Exploring Marrakech

    Enjoy a morning immersing into the variety of experiences that Marrakech offers, from wandering the artisan section of the souk to learning about the local baths and visiting the Koutoubia Mosque.

    Marrakech City Tour
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    Atlas Mountains

    Spend a day in the spectacular scenery of the Atlas Mountains, the highest mountain range in Northern Africa. Berber tribes live throughout this rugged land, where farming is central to day-to-day life. Take a moderate hike to a Berber village and share tea with the village chief. Enjoy a delicious traditional lunch prepared by the villagers before we return to Marrakech later this afternoon.

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    Majorelle Garden

    The Majorelle Garden was established in the 1920s by the French painter Jacques Majorelle, with marble pools, raised pathways, banana trees, groves of bamboo, coconut palms and bougainvillea. After years of neglect, the garden was taken over and restored by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé.

    Majorelle Gardens
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    Shopping in the Souks

    Take an in-depth exploration of the colorful souk of the medina with a local guide for shopping. Stroll past pyramids of spices under the glow of colored lamps and rich woven carpets swaying on lines in Marrakech’s vibrant marketplace.

    Marrakech, Morocco
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    Four Seasons Resort Marrakech
    With Moorish gardens and restful swimming pools, Four Seasons Resort Marrakech offers a peaceful oasis where you can view the canopy of the resort’s garden from your private guest room. Opt to take a refreshing break in the quiet pool, enjoy a traditional ghassoul clay cleansing ritual at the spa, or delight in the fusion of Mediterranean and African cuisines at your resort’s restaurants.
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    Recap your journey around the world with new friends

    We depart Morocco and fly to Orlando, where we will enjoy a farewell dinner at the Hyatt Regency. You will return home on your independent flight the following day.

    Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
    Located in the terminal at Orlando International Airport, the Hyatt Regency is incredibly convenient for connecting flights. Amenities include several dining options, outdoor swimming pool and the Hyatt’s signature hypoallergenic rooms.
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The world's most iconic places, remarkable experiences, and
not-to-be-missed natural wonders are waiting for you. 

$144,950 USD per person

Our Dedicated Staff and Knowledgeable Experts

An experienced team takes care of all the logistics before, during and after your trip. Your dedicated guest services manager prepares you for your trip of a lifetime and a veteran team of expedition leaders travels with you, taking care of all the details throughout your journey. We also invite a knowledgeable lecturer, as well as local experts, to join us on our expedition to bring each destination to life with real-time insights into culture, history and daily life.

Richard Butler

Richard Butler

Expedition Leader

Richard has worked on more than 50 private jet trips for almost twenty years, traveling to 125 countries on seven continents. Learn more about Richard.

Aspen Hoyle

Aspen Hoyle

Guest Services Manager

Aspen’s extensive background in customer service enables her to build long-lasting connections and luxury experiences with guests. She has a passion for travel and loves to be a part of crafting one-of-a-kind itineraries to experience cultures in truly unique destinations.

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Dr. Bill Saturno


Archaeologist Bill Saturno specializes in early civilizations. He has received numerous grants to support his excavations of ancient Maya murals in Guatemala. Bill’s archaeological research has taken him across Asia and Europe, and to Bolivia, Cambodia and Peru. Learn more about Bill.

Suzanne Pilaar Birch

Suzanne Pilaar Birch


Dr. Suzanne Pilaar Birch is an archaeologist and an Associate Professor at the University of Georgia in the departments of Anthropology and Geography. Dr. Pilaar Birch combines the study of animal bones and biogeochemistry to investigate changes in diet, mobility and settlement systems in the period spanning the end of the last ice age through the spread of agricultural lifestyles in the circum-Mediterranean region. She has visited 27 countries across six continents.

Paul North

Paul North


Expedition photographer Paul North combines a background in theater and film with a passion for the planet to produce creative media that educates audiences of all ages. In 2017, Paul founded the award-winning nonprofit Meet the Ocean and has continued to explore the culture of conservation globally. His specialty is underwater photography of the polar regions.

The Private Jet Experience

The moment you board the private jet, you can breathe deep and leave your worries at the door. The hidden costs of international travel, such as transit time and airport delays, cut into quality vacation time. Flying direct to most destinations reduces overall travel time, maximizing the time spent exploring each iconic destination.

Welcome Aboard

Throughout your flight, you’ll have highly trained staff and crew at your service. They’ll know your name, likes and dislikes, so you can have the most personalized experience possible. All in-flight meals and beverages are included, as well as a selection of beer, wine and spirits. In addition, we can accommodate your food allergies or special dietary requirements.

Aircraft: Airbus A321neo-LR

Number of seats: 52

Type of seats: Full flatbed recline

Features: In-seat power outlets and USB ports

Amenities: Noise-canceling headphones and onboard tablet, Wi-Fi where available

Learn More About the New A321 Private Jet

Aircraft operated by Titan Airways Limited

TCS Airbus a321 52-Seat configuration

Expedition Details

Relax, discover and explore on an expertly curated journey, meticulously produced by a passionate team of seasoned world travelers. Learn more about the services we offer—before, during and after your trip, as well as what to expect on our expeditions.

This once-in-a-lifetime trip is the perfect way to spend quality time with your partner or to treat yourself to an adventure you’ll never forget. Adults of all ages take our trips, sometimes with a companion and sometimes by themselves. You will meet fellow guests with a curiosity about the world and come away with unforgettable memories and special friendships. It can also help you memorably mark a special occasion, whether it’s an anniversary, birthday, retirement, honeymoon or other milestone.

The minimum age to take our expeditions is 12, but we will consider younger guests on a case-by-case basis.

Shortly after booking, your guest services manager will mail you more details about your trip. This dedicated professional will be your main point of contact. He or she will provide you additional information leading up to your departure and is available to answer any questions via phone or email.

Prior to departure, you will receive a set of amenities for your trip. These may include a wheeled bag, a backpack, packing cubes and other useful travel items.

Our trips are a unique opportunity for like-minded travelers who are interested in learning and exploring to come together. The strong friendships forged on our trips continue long after guests return home and open the door to more travel adventures.

On expeditions with 48 or more travelers, daily activities will be divided into intimate groups of 6 to 12, so you never feel like you’re part of a crowd. On all trips, we offer numerous activity options at each destination such as: guided small-group sightseeing, curated shopping, and exclusive visits to museums and landmarks. Other examples include more active options like hikes or snorkeling, as well as unforgettable moments like an intimate guided exploration of Angkor Wat and our hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti. 

TCS World Travel is committed to maintaining the quality and safety of the expedition for all participants. Overall, our trips give you the freedom to set your own pace. Each destination on every itinerary offers a variety of options with different activity levels. In some, you may only be walking for short periods of time and have more downtime between excursions, while in others, you may spend the entire day touring or walking over uneven terrain. You may, of course, choose to have a day off and relax at any location.

On all our expeditions, you can expect the following:

  • Uneven ground/frequent walking up to one mile at any given time
  • Walking up the steps to the jet, as many foreign airports do not have jetways
  • Trip pace—only one to three nights in each stop with some late-night activities and early-morning departures
  • Time zone changes
  • High altitude (some expeditions)
  • Changes to your ‘normal’ routine: unique cuisine, frequent packing/unpacking

We will make reasonable efforts to accommodate participants with special needs; however, we cannot accommodate wheelchairs or walkers. If you require a slower pace, extra assistance, or the use of a cane or walking stick, arrangements can be made for private touring at each destination. Any extra cost for such arrangements will be the responsibility of the participant.

Trip Pace Definitions

These icons refer to the overall pace of the trip and not to specific activities at each destination. For example, an expedition classified as moderate or relaxed in overall pace can still offer active options such as hiking or snorkeling.

  • Active Pace: Almost every day fully scheduled, and/or longer flight durations; expedition crosses multiple time zones
  • Moderate Pace: Downtime opportunities every three or four days, and/or shorter flight durations; crosses fewer time zones
  • Relaxed Pace: Many opportunities for relaxation, and/or three-night minimum stays in most destinations

Destination Safety
Before TCS travels to any destination, we vet it for safety. We and our consultant medical advisors, Dr. Thomas Burke and the BostonMD team, closely monitor all health situations. We monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), the US Department of State, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and other third-party destination experts, and are consulting with our trusted local suppliers to evaluate travel to all locations featured on our expeditions. 
The beauty of private jet travel is the ease of pivoting. If we need to change an itinerary for any reason, we can use our contacts in countries worldwide to assist us with making alternate arrangements for our group. These changes could be made well in advance of arrival or even while we are in the air en-route to a given location.
On-Trip Resources
On many expeditions, a trip physician will be available to consult with you at your request about general medical health issues such as upper-respiratory infections or gastro-intestinal upsets, which are not uncommon on this type of trip. Should you become seriously ill en route, the trip physician will be able to liaise with local physicians at your request and, if necessary, your medical providers back home, to assist in determining what further care you may require.
On-Trip Activity Level
This is an active program which requires a serious health assessment. There will be walking excursions at nearly every location, and you will need to climb stairs at some of the sites, as well as when you board and disembark the aircraft. There are some airports where you will be responsible for transporting your small wheeled overnight bag. We will have some early-morning departures and late-night activities, and may travel through multiple time zones.

To help counterbalance the carbon footprint that results from flying, starting in 2023 TCS World Travel is investing directly in measurable and meaningful sustainability projects that reduce the amount of carbon emissions in the atmosphere while positively impacting local communities and protecting local biodiversity.

Our luggage allowances are based on the type of aircraft on which the expedition is offered. On the custom Airbus A321, luggage typically is limited to two checked bags: the wheeled bag we mail you and one additional large suitcase of your own. On expeditions on smaller aircraft like the Fokker 70, guests are allowed the wheeled bag we mail you and one additional smaller bag due to weight restrictions. Bags will be stored in the hold of the jet during our flights, but you will be allowed to take your backpack and another small personal item, such as purse or camera bag, along with you in the cabin.

On many trips, a dedicated expedition staff member handles your luggage throughout the journey. In many destinations, our staff will transfer your luggage directly from the plane to your hotel room. In others, you may be required to walk your bags through customs before handing them over to our staff, but we take over from there. Secure vehicles accompanied by a dedicated expedition staff member are used to transfer luggage between the airport and the hotel on arrival and departure. Often times, your bag is in your room by the time you’re checked into the hotel.

We suggest you bring comfortable clothing that can be layered. One of your most important items is a pair of comfortable shoes for walking. Our guests generally dress up a little for the welcome and farewell dinners, but this is their choice and is certainly not required. Also, you will find slightly more formal dining options at many of the hotels where we stay. For this reason, you may want to bring a few nicer outfits. A more detailed packing list with specific clothing recommendations will be sent to you closer to the departure date. While you’re packing, please keep in mind that laundry services are available at most of our hotels. We also recommend you leave extra space in your suitcase to bring home souvenirs of your journey. 

TCS World Travel is committed to safeguarding the security of its guests on every expedition. The company has implemented a set of security processes throughout the journey – from before guests depart to when they touch down in a destination. These processes have been fine-tuned over two decades and more than 300 private jet expeditions and thousands of custom trips to help ensure peace of mind for everyone involved.

All guests must have valid passports to participate in this program. Passports must be valid at least six months beyond the end date of your expedition. If visas are required for the expedition, a visa kit will be sent to you approximately between 6 and 3 months prior to departure depending on destination requirements. We work with an expediting service that helps make getting your required visas easier. Although you’re still required to fill out your visa forms and cover the application costs, they will review the application to make sure it’s complete and liaise with the necessary consulates and embassies to process your visas.

We pre-fill your customs and immigrations forms at every stop—all you have to do is sign. Where possible, our guests enjoy special privileges, such as expedited customs and immigration formalities. We may have a dedicated customs counter for our group and are occasionally allowed to go through without individual clearance.

The price of your expedition incorporates large items like the jet, hotels, transportation and meals, but it also includes many other things, such as activities, top-of-the-line guides, private dinners in restaurants, beverages and every single tip (guides, restaurants, hotel staff, drivers, etc.). In addition, we give you some “walking around money” in the local currency at each stop. We also supply you with all the bottled water you can drink all day every day. We even provide you with postcards that we mail for you—all you have to do is write.

Your expedition includes:

  • Travel on a privately chartered jet
  • First-class accommodations
  • Ground transportation
  • All meals and beverages, including select beer, wine and spirits aboard the jet and group lunches and dinners
  • All sightseeing activities, from guided small-group excursions and private shopping to more active options such as snorkeling and hikes
  • Special events and private access
  • Top local guides and/or on-trip experts
  • A veteran expedition team who handles all logistics
  • On some itineraries, a trip physician who accompanies you throughout your journey
  • All gratuities
  • Luggage handling

Your expedition does not include:

  • Commercial airfare between your home city and departure/arrival destination
  • Optional and additional accident/baggage/cancellation insurance
  • Passport and visa fees
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone and fax fees
  • All beverages not mentioned above as included
  • Hotel minibar charges
  • Meals not scheduled by TCS World Travel
  • Inoculation and medication costs of any kind

Reservation Process

To reserve your place on the Tour, you must complete and sign the Reservation Form and pay your deposit. The deposit can be made by wire transfer or by a major credit card such as American Express, Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card. To cover the cost of processing a credit or charge card transaction, and pursuant to applicable state regulations (including, with respect to Colorado, section 5-2-212, Colorado Revised Statutes), TCS charges a surcharge of 3.0 % for credit card payments. This surcharge is not greater than our merchant discount rate for credit card transactions and does not apply to payment via debit card, ACH or check or redemption of a gift card, or to credit card payments with a billing address in Connecticut, Massachusetts, or Puerto Rico. Your place on the Tour is not reserved until the deposit and signed reservation form are both received.

Cancellation Policy

If you cancel your reservation or change your plans, your right to receive a refund is limited, as set forth in the trip payment schedule. All cancellations will become effective as of the date of the postmark or email receipt. All requests for refunds must be sent to TCS World Travel in writing via mail, fax or email.

If you are traveling solo and prefer the privacy of your own room, you will be charged a solo traveler supplement. This ensures that individual travelers will get the same type and size rooms as our double occupancy travelers.

The Jet tour is operated by TCS World Travel, dedicated to delivering immersive, worry-free travel experiences for the globally curious and modern luxury traveler. The aircraft is operated by Titan Airways, an IOSA-certified airlines with over 30 years of experience in bespoke air charter travel.

Global health institutions like the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control are now categorizing COVID-19 as an endemic disease, similar to other infectious diseases we live with daily.  

In response to this changing global scenario, most countries have now relaxed or dropped their COVID-19 vaccine and testing regulations – so TCS has adapted our policy as well.   

  • While we highly recommend that guests be vaccinated, we are no longer requiring vaccines for guests to travel on a TCS group jet expedition, unless it is required by one of the destinations on the program. 
  • There will no longer be required testing for COVID-19 either prior to trip start, at trip start or during your journey, unless it is required by one of the destinations on the program or recommended by the trip physician for treatment support. 
  • We will ask any guests who are exhibiting symptoms of illnesses (such as colds or flu) to mask when they are around other guests, helping to reduce transmission and ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.   

We look forward to embarking on an extraordinary journey together as travel gradually returns to normal. Please reach out if you have any questions. 

Orlando, Florida
Cusco and Machu Picchu, Peru Alternate: North Coast, Peru
Easter Island, Chile
Nadi, Fiji
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Taj Mahal and Jaipur, India
Serengeti Plain, Tanzania Alternate: Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Lost City of Petra and Wadi Rum, Jordan
Marrakech, Morocco
Orlando, Florida