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Four Seasons vacations: $8-$10,000 a day


If you're in the market for a really spendy vacation junket with itineraries that make 'If It's Tuesday It Must Be Belgium' look like a slow-motion procession, then the Four Seasons private jet bucket list trips may be for you.

Operated by the Four Seasons luxury hotel chain, the itineraries fly from Four Seasons to Four Seasons on a luxury-fitted 48-seat A321, with 21 to 24-day routes that jump from continent to continent and price out at $190,000 per traveler and up. The A321 is new, replacing a 52-seat 757 that's made the rounds for the past few years.

The on-board staff is a bit different from a normal air-crew; it includes a doctor, a chef and a Guest Services Manager. Oh, and pilots.

This year, they've added three new itineraries, for a total of seven. The new ones are

  • Timeless Encounters: March 26-April 18 ($190,000 per person, based on double occupancy).
    • Kona, Hawaii; Bora Bora, French Polynesia; Sydney; Bali, Indonesia; Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, Thailand; Taj Mahal, India (daytrip); Dubai; Prague; London.
  • Ancient Explorer: Aug. 16-Sept. 8 ($190,000 per person, based on double occupancy).
    • Miami; Mexico City; Easter Island, Chile; Bora Bora; Great Barrier Reef, Australia; Bangkok; Petra and Wadi Rum, Jordan; the pyramids at Giza, Egypt; Taormina, Italy; Madrid.
  • Uncharted Discovery: Nov. 30-Dec. 20 ($205,000 per person, based on double occupancy).
    • New Orleans; Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica; Machu Picchu, Peru; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Antarctica; Bogota, Colombia; Paradise Island, Bahamas.

The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations

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