The world is a large place, making it hard to decide where to take your superyacht next. Tick a few extraordinary spots off your bucket list with these high-octane luxury whistle-stop tours.
1. Wonders of the world
Step aboard a private jet and be whisked off to some of world's most remarkable locations with TCS World Travel. From global expeditions to regional journeys and custom itineraries, each trip offers all-inclusive travel, world-class accommodation and exclusive access.
Their flagship Around The World expedition consists of 25 days touring some of the world's iconic landmarks from Machu Picchu to the Taj Mahal. Guests will meet the custom Boeing 757 in Orlando before jetting off on their world tour. On this itinerary, take the historic train to Machu Picchu, ride horseback across the grassy hills of Easter Island, watch indigenous Samoans perform a fire dance, dive into underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef or trek through the Daintree Rainforest accompanied by an Aboriginal guide. Also on the agenda is exploring the temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, unwinding in a traditional Bhutanese hot-stone bath, visiting the magnificent Taj Mahal, getting up close with incredible wildlife in the Serengeti, discovering the lost city of Petra in Jordan, and shopping in Morocco’s vibrant souks before heading back to Orlando to disembark.
This once-in-a-lifetime trip runs from February 2 - March 15, 2020 and October 24 – November 17, 2020 with rates starting from £72,000 per person based on double occupancy. This includes travel, accommodation, ground transportation, all meals and beverages, luggage handling, daily activities, bottled water, gratuities and an on board doctor.
Other expeditions include A President’s Journey Around The World (January 21 – February 13, 2020) which will mark the company's 300th private jet expedition, stopping off in Kyoto, Laos, the Maldives, Rwanda, Namibia , Brazil, and the Galapagos Islands. Meanwhile, Jewels of the Indian Ocean takes guests to Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India, Mauritius, Réunion Island, Madagascar, Mozambique and the Seychelles. There are also regional trips in Australia, Asia or Africa for those who would prefer a deep dive into a particular area.