The Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts wants you to tighten your seat belt. The luxury hospitality chain has announced not one, but two exciting private jet itineraries for 2022. The passengers on this exclusively customised trip will fly aboard Four Seasons’ new Airbus A321LRneo outfitted with 48 handcrafted seats. In-flight experience will also include a culinary feast prepared by the executive chef and dedicated services by a journey physician and concierge.
The aim is to enjoy the journey as much as the destination – no stress of multiple flights, layovers and those ill-fated delays!
Called the Uncharted Discovery, the 21-day expedition from November 28 to December 18, 2022, will take the passengers to New Orleans in USA, Costa Rica, Machu Picchu in Peru, Buenos Aires, Antarctica, Bogota and Bahamas.
The trip will kick off with guests enjoying cocktails and dinner at the yet-to-launch Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans, overlooking Mississippi River, the second-longest river in North America.
Next, travellers can zipline through the tropical jungles of Peninsula Papagayo in Costa Rica and play golf on Arnold Palmer-designed championship course. And once they are done stargazing in the southern skies, cocktails and other fancy treats infused with meteorite dust will await at Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica.
Travellers will also trail the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Machu Picchu, before enjoying a day trip to Iguazu Falls in Argentina and then taking a private tour of Buenos Aires’ famous opera house which opened in the early 20th century.
Jet-setters will then head to the southernmost continent, Antarctica, to board a luxurious polar ship at King George island for four nights. They will be surrounded by incredible views of wildlife, glaciers and iceberg-dotted bay.
The last leg of this journey will explore the colourful art and culture of Colombia and will finish with a truly unwinding, sun-drenched stay in The Bahamas in the Atlantic Ocean.
And there’s more. The 24-day World of Adventures trip from May 03 to May 26 (2022), will fly eight countries across Seattle in the USA and Marrakech in Morocco to Kyoto in Japan. Globetrotters can also expect to indulge in meditation sessions with stunning views of the sunset in Seychelles; trek the bamboo forests of Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda; and witness the unique habitat of the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean, for three nights in a private ship.