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25-Day Around the World
Private Jet Expedition 

Feb 17 – Mar 13, 2026 | 25 Days  |  10 Destinations

(Airbus A321 | Flatbed Seats | 52 Guests)

Imagine yourself launching out on a 25-Day Around the World private jet expedition in style. Your adventure begins in the vibrant city of Miami. You will journey to mystical Machu Picchu in Peru, the enigmatic moai statues on Easter Island, and the serene beauty of Tahiti. Dive into the Great Barrier Reef, walk through the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, and be moved by the Taj Mahal's timeless beauty. Feel the thrill of a Serengeti safari, uncover the wonders of Luxor and Cairo’s pyramids, and get lost in the vibrancy of Marrakech. Conclude your epic journey back in Miami, bringing home a tapestry of rich experiences and lifelong memories. Your dream vacation will come to life, creating moments that inspire and enrich. Get ready for an adventure you'll cherish forever.



Day 1    


Your journey begins in south Florida. Meet fellow travelers, your expert trip leaders and dedicated guest services staff for a festive welcome dinner.

Hotel: Four Seasons Hotel Miami
Four Seasons Hotel Miami sits in the heart of the Brickell neighborhood, where gleaming skyscrapers are interwoven with high-end boutiques and trendy restaurants. The city’s artistic influences come to life within the hotel’s walls, from the art deco flourishes in your guest room to the towering bronze sculptures of Adam and Eve by Colombian artist Fernando Botero in the main lobby.

Day 2 to 4   


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


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.

Casa Concha Museum & 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.

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.

Hotel: Belmond Palacio Nazarenas

The Belmond Palacio Nazarenas is a former 16th-century Carmelite convent that has been painstakingly restored to become the city’s premier luxury hotel, with prime access to the city center. Past the ancient Inca walls lies the tranquil courtyard, an elegant oasis just steps away from the Plaza de Armas.

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Day 4 to 6   


Investigate the mystery of the moai on this remote Pacific island
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.


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 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.

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.

Hotel: Nayara HangaroaThis 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.

Day 7    


Enjoy a quick stop in French Polynesia. Spend an evening in the tropical paradise of Tahiti during an overnight, non-touring logistical stop. Enjoy dinner and your surroundings during your short time here.



Local Dance Performance
Each of the different Polynesian islands have their own dance. Enjoy a lively local dance performance during our evening program.

Papeete Market
Explore the extensive Papeete Market, where merchants sell fresh produce, fish, local textiles and a variety of handcrafted items.

Hotel: Hilton Hotel Tahiti

This oceanfront hotel, conveniently located near the airport, looks out to views of the South Pacific and Tahitian islands. The rooms are decorated in Polynesian style, instantly putting guests into island time.


Day 8 to 10   


Immerse yourself in Australia’s unique flora and fauna. Lose a day crossing the international date line on the way to Australia.


The northeast coast of Australia is home to some of the world’s most unique natural wonders. You will enjoy staying in a forested riverside hideaway in the Daintree Rainforest as well as have the opportunity to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef system.


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.

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 rainforest sanctuary of rare and exotic fruit trees and wildlife facing extinction. After the walk, discuss rainforest flora and fauna with your guide and learn more about traditional Aboriginal culture.

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

Hotel: Silky Oaks LodgeThe luxurious Silky Oaks Lodge places you in the middle of the ancient rainforest. From your elegant guest room, enjoy beautiful views and the sounds of the jungle. Dine in the open-sided Treehouse Restaurant, perched high above the river, and relax at the Healing Waters Spa.

Day 10 to 12    


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.



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.”


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.

Hotel: 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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Day 13 to 15    


Stand in awe of 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. Learn about the construction of this UNESCO World Heritage site with your guide, as well as the history of the Mughal Empire.



Agra Fort
Emperor Akbar built the double-walled Agra Fort between 1565 and 1573 using red sandstone and marble. The enormous complex includes an elegant marble hall where the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan was imprisoned by his own son to put an end to his rule. Explore the lavishly decorated main hall and the small Gem Mosque as well as an exquisite mini palace.

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.

I'timad-ud-Daulah and Kachhpura Village
Visit the Tomb of I’timad-ud-Daulah, a charming mausoleum often referred to as the “Baby Taj.” This grand display of Mughal architecture was commissioned by Empress Nur Jahan for her beloved father, Mirza Ghiyas Beg, and predates the Taj Mahal by five years. Head to Kachhpura village to learn about local life and culture.

Hotel: The Oberoi AmarvilasRecognized as one of the best hotels in the world, the Oberoi Amarvilas overlooks the Taj Mahal, providing stunning views of this monument. Guests will enjoy this property’s splendid gardens, fountains and reflection pools, and richly detailed interiors.

Day 16 to 18 


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.


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.

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.

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.

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
Deep within Africa’s finest game reserve, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti gives you an unfettered look at the surrounding wildlife. Feel pampered as you enjoy outdoor dining, a rejuvenating spa and guest rooms featuring contemporary African decor.


Day 19 to 20    


Marvel at the masterpieces of ancient Egypt. Egypt’s famed World Heritage sites have captured the imagination for centuries. The colossal temples of Luxor soar above the banks of the Nile River, an astonishing testament to the power of the pharaohs. Trace the legacy of a prolific civilization in this ancient royal capital, often described as the world’s finest open-air museum.



Valley of the Kings
Luxor’s Valley of the Kings is the burial ground for pharaohs of the New Kingdom, including King Tutankhamun and Ramesses II. At this UNESCO World Heritage site, explore elaborate tombs—intended to pave the way to the afterlife.

Temple of Karnak
Visit the awe-inspiring temple complex of Karnak, dedicated to a quartet of ancient Egyptian gods. Wander among the massive columns of the Great Hypostyle Hall, past towering obelisks and dramatic statues, and take in the painted reliefs and ornate hieroglyphs that adorn these sacred spaces.

Nile River Cruise
Cruise along the waters of the Nile aboard a colorful motorboat, taking in views of Luxor’s ancient monuments that rise from the banks of the river.

Hotel: Hilton Luxor Resort & SpaThe Hilton Luxor occupies a prime location on the east bank of the Nile River, just minutes away from the Temple of Karnak. Take in views of the river from the edge of the infinity pool, recharge in the on-site spa, or enjoy international cuisine at one of the property’s seven restaurants.

Day 21  


See two of the world’s most emblematic structures. Travelers have been drawn to Egypt for millennia. Uncover the layers of history in Cairo, exploring both the Great Sphinx and the awe-inspiring Pyramids at Giza, still standing after nearly 5,000 years.


Grand Egyptian Museum Private Tour
Take a private tour of the soon-to-open Grand Egyptian Museum, what will be the largest archeological museum in the world housing the complete King Tutankhamun collection.​

Pyramids and the Sphinx
Come face-to-face with the Pyramids of Giza, the largest of which—the Great Pyramid—is by far the oldest Ancient Wonder of the World. Just next door is the Great Sphinx of Giza, whose mythical lion body and human head have puzzled scholars for centuries.

Hotel: St. Regis Cairo
The St. Regis Cairo stands as a luxurious haven along the Nile, offering 362 rooms, suites and serviced apartments that blend comfort with the legendary St. Regis service. With views stretching across the Nile to the historic landscapes of Old Cairo, the property stands as a tribute to Egypt’s rich cultural legacy, featuring handcrafted furniture, traditional Mashrabiya detailing and ornate wall embellishments, embodying the opulence of modern luxury interwoven with age-old Egyptian craftsmanship.


Day 22 to 23   


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.


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.

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.

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.

Hotel: La Mamounia
Opened in 1923, La Mamounia has long been a favorite among travelers to Marrakech. This glamorous retreat continues to define luxury for its guests, with guest rooms that create a warm atmosphere with pleasant views of the property’s expansive gardens or Koutoubia Mosque.

Day 24 to 25   


Recap your world journey with new friends
We depart Morocco and fly to Miami, where we will enjoy a dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel Miami. You will return home on your independent flight the next day.

Hotel: Four Seasons Hotel Miami
Four Seasons Hotel Miami sits in the heart of the Brickell neighborhood, where gleaming skyscrapers are interwoven with high-end boutiques and trendy restaurants. The city’s artistic influences come to life within the hotel’s walls, from the art deco flourishes in your guest room to the towering bronze sculptures of Adam and Eve by Colombian artist Fernando Botero in the main lobby.

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  • $159,950 per person double occupancy.

  • $15,995 solo supplement.

Contact us for applicable terms & conditions of the operator-participant contract.

What's Included
The price of this all-inclusive expedition covers everything from travel by private jet, hotels, and all meals and beverages (including select beer, wine and spirits aboard the jet and at group lunches and dinners), ground transportation, all daily activities, top-of-the-line guides and every single tip.


See below in the Expedition Details for a full list of what is included.

Explorer Destinations

This expedition includes some Explorer Destinations—off-the-beaten-path stops chosen for their remote beauty, wildlife access or historical and cultural significance, rather than luxury lodging and dining.

The Jet Experience

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Travel aboard the newest jet in the Group Jet Expedition category, with the largest cabin by height and width of any single-aisle aircraft. The Airbus A321 is 30% more fuel efficient than a Boeing 757 and for your safety, incorporates the most up-to-date, hospital-grade air filtration system that renews the cabin air every few minutes.



Taking care of you is an exceptional 18-member team of flight crew and staff. Your experienced expedition leader and two assistant leaders manage all logistics and handle all details, making your trip hassle-free. Also flying with you are an on-board chef, photographer, two subject matter experts, and an emergency-room trained physician.



The private jet becomes your home in the sky for the entire tour. Your comfort is assured with a roomy interior custom-configured with only 52 flatbed Italian leather seats that offer 6.5 feet of personal reclining space.



Onboard amenities include Bose noise-cancelling headsets, iPads for streaming curated content and L’Occitane products. Onboard connectivity features an enhanced in-flight presentation system, on-demand entertainment and WiFi.

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