Explore some of the world’s most iconic places on our flagship private jet journey. During this breathtaking trip around the world, explore cultural and natural treasures that have inspired and captured the imagination of humankind for centuries! And you'll travel in supreme comfort aboard our fully customized private jet, outfitted with fully reclining flatbed seats with space for no more than 52 guests.

Starting at: $104,950 * Price includes special offer Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 866-903-7650
 Moai on Easter Island  Historic sanctuary of Machu Picchu  Textile artisans, Centro de Textiles Tradicionales del Cusco. Credit: Richard Stanoss  Australia's Great Barrier Reef  Masked Butterfly Fish, the Great Barrier Reef  Clown fish amid the anemone, the Great Barrier Reef  Swimming with tortoise, Great Barrier Reef  Sunrise at Angkor Wat  Monk at Ta Prohm, Angkor Wat  Monks at Angkor Wat  The ethereal Taj Mahal  The Taj Mahal, Agra  The Taj Mahal, Agra  The newly restored Palace of the Winds in Jaipur  Viewing lions during a game drive  Elephants at a watering hole  Giraffes on the savanna  Wildebeest, cranes, and flamingos along the water, Ngorongoro Crater  The Treasury at Petra  Petra's dramatic Treasury from the siq  Nomadic tent in Jordan's Wadi Rum  Djemaa El Fna at dusk, Marrakech  The Kutubiyya Mosque in Marrakech  Design and architecture of Morocco

Around the World: A Private Jet Journey

24 days from $104,950

Explore some of the world’s most iconic places on our flagship private jet journey. During this breathtaking trip around the world, explore cultural and natural treasures that have inspired and captured the imagination of humankind for centuries! And you'll travel in supreme comfort aboard our fully customized private jet, outfitted with fully reclining flatbed seats with space for no more than 52 guests.

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Experts

Mar 20 - Apr 12, 2022 Departure
Adam Tanner

Adam Tanner

A writer and lecturer, who spent much of his career as a foreign correspondent, Adam Tanner has long studied the impact of colonialism, economic engagement and globalization, and is especially interested in the enduring impact of Europe on Asia, Latin America and Africa. He has appeared on CNN, Bloomberg TV, NPR, the BBC and written for publications such as Scientific America, Forbes, Fortune, Time and MIT Technology. He is an associate at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS) at Harvard University where he has been since 2011, first as a fellow at the Nieman Foundation, then at IQSS. He is also an expert on privacy and commerce and has written two books, What Stays in Vegas and Our Bodies, Our Data

Aug 29 - Sep 21, 2022 Departure
Craig Benjamin

Craig Benjamin

A teacher of world history at the university level, Craig Benjamin is also a lecturer and author of several books including Big History: Between Nothing and Everything and a contributing scholar to Cambridge History of the World: A World with States, Empires and Networks. He was also an instructor of the “Great Courses” program, Foundations of Eastern Civilizations. Benjamin’s work provides a fascinating look at world history and the environmental context in which world civilizations flourished, and eventually declined. He has written and taught about the Inca in Peru, the Polynesian migration through the South Pacific and to Easter Island, pre-European history of the Australian reef, the history and cultural symbolism of Angkor Wat, and migrating nomads across the Himalayas to India, among other topics. Born in Queensland, Australia, Benjamin has traveled extensively through Southeast Asia, India, along the trade routes of the Arabian Peninsula, and most all of the destinations on the trip.