Around the World by Private Jet – Your Life List in 21 Days

January 27th, 2011 by Smithsonian Journeys

Moai with concrete eyes. Photo: Richard Kurin

 

What’s on your life list? A safari in the Serengeti? The Sphinx in Egypt? Easter Island? The Great Barrier Reef? What if you could explore all of this (and much, much more) in three weeks? Now you can make it happen, and make it happen in style on our one-of-a-kind journey, Around the World by Private Jet.

What really happens on this kind of journey? Is there really time to learn anything? Is there time to meet any of the local people, to really connect? There sure is.

In 2009, Richard Kurin, Smithsonian’s Under Secretary for History, Art, and Culture, led our journey and wrote seventeen blog posts about it. Click here to to read them.

In 2011, we’re offering Around the World by Private Jet on Oct 28 – Nov 18, or Nov 1 – 22.

Where would you like to go most in the world? What’s on your lifelist? Please share.

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4 Responses to “Around the World by Private Jet – Your Life List in 21 Days”

  1. Annette Renee White Says:

    One thing on my Bucket List is going to Borneo to see the sea turtles hatch.

  2. andy davies Says:

    On April 27th, 2010, I embarked on my first round-the-world trip to photograph and blog the experience for my travel site SpinFirst.com. From my home base in Portland, Oregon, I traveled to Hong Kong, Singapore, Cairo, Istanbul, Venice, Zurich, Bruges, London, and Paris. The result of this spectacular trip is my new book for iPad, Around the World in 18 Days. Immerse yourself in the experience, learn how to pack light and travel smart as you join my adventure!

    It was a life-list set of destinations, achieved in 18 days and the best part: I’m working on a second life-list itinerary for 2011!
    Happy Travels!

  3. Branson Traveler Says:

    Would love to visit Maldives sometime, have seen pictures of the landscape and ocean and it looks just beautiful!

  4. Dan Says:

    Flying around the world on a private jet sounds like a very nice vacation. With a jet membership you can do it all at once or spread out in the year it’s up to you. I say flexibility is key.

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