A US-BASED experimental travel boutique—DreamMaker—has designed a round-the-globe trip that is bound to stun travellers.
A US-BASED experimental travel boutique—DreamMaker—has designed a round-the-globe trip that is bound to stun travellers. For starters, the tour is planned on the lavish Boeing 767 that will cruise the skies for 20 days, covering 20 different cities across the world in style. Sounds like a lot of airtime, right? As per DreamMaker, only 12% of your time will be spent commuting. But with in-flight yoga sessions, fashion shows and tailored hypnotherapy, leaving the plane might be a problem.
The mastermind behind experiential aviation, Gregory Patrick, believes the holistic and healing programme will be vital to the success of this lavish excursion. “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,” Patrick was quoted as saying by media reports.
The ‘trip of a lifetime’ will begin on the island of Koh Samui and continue through Siem Reap, Kathmandu, Agra, Florence, Siena, Cannes, Moulinet, London, Barcelona, Ibiza, Marbella, Marrakech, Havana, Knoxville, Kona, El Nido and an unnamed secret island, before finishing in Manila, say reports.
A master sommelier will be onboard to match every mouthful with what we expect will be very fancy wine. A $683,000-poker tournament will also keep the punters entertained and, if you need anything else, your personal staff member will be more than happy to assist.
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Destinations such as Siem Reap, London and Knoxville are on the agenda, but little has been said about what will be occurring on land. The trip wouldn’t be complete without luxurious amenities. A set of 18-carat gold swizzle sticks, fixed with blue and white diamonds valued at $1.36 million, will be yours to take home. This commissioned piece by World of Diamonds Group will be the perfect souvenir, with 20 white sparklers representing each city.
If this is all too indulgent for your taste, the ‘Passport to 50’ experience will be giving back as well. “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 fulfillment,” Patrick said. Some 2,500 bicycles will be distributed to children in Cambodia. Clean drinking water will be provided for 50,000 children in the Philippines and fun centres will be built in the UK for those battling life-threatening illnesses.