VIP World Tour by Commercial Airline

VIP World Tour by Commercial Airliners (First, Business, Economy Class)

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Starting USD 14,000 or INR 8,50,000

Journey Overview (15-25 days) (5-50 pax) (Open Dates)

Explore the richness that the world has to offer on a seamless journey around the globe. Discover intertwining Incan and Spanish cultures in Cusco and marvel at Machu Picchu. Witness the impressive moai statues of Easter Island; indulge in the legendary hospitality and unspoiled beauty of Samoa; and immerse yourself in one of the largest coral reef systems or explore the Daintree Rainforest in Australia. Cambodia brings you awe-inspiring temples in Angkor Wat, or dive into history at Phnom Penh. Venture to wild Africa for a safari or exploration of the Ngorongoro Crater. Experience ancient Petra or the lunar-like landscape of Wadi Rum and, finally, admire the treasures, tile work, and architecture of Fès in Morocco.

Journey Highlights

Petra & Wadi Rum, Jordan

The wondrous Lost City of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its elaborate rock-cut architecture, is a photographer’s dream. And the spectacular lunar-like rock formations of Wadi Rum, makes us feel as though we have stepped into the writings of T.E. Lawrence.

  • Mövenpick Resort Petra, Petra

Serengeti Plain or Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

Enter Serengeti National Park for a thrilling safari adventure showcasing the annual wildebeest migration, one of the most astounding wonders of the natural world. Or, focus on the extraordinary concentration of wildlife within the vast Ngorongoro Crater. We are swept up in Tanzania’s ever-changing wildlife tableau, even as we toast the blazing sunset from our luxury safari lodge.

  • Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Serengeti
  • Award-winning hotel Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Ngorongoro Crater

Marrakech or Atlas Mountains, Morocco

Steeped in Berber tradition, Marrakech enchants from the moment you set foot upon its vibrant, sun-soaked streets. There is no shortage of scenery to delight—this bustling center of businessand tourism is filled with gardens, souks and lively people. The Bahia Palace is renowned for its extravagant tile work andsymmetrical gardens, perfect when combined with a visit to Majorelle Gardens’ artful blue-and-green landscapes. Take in the Koutoubia Mosque and its distinctive minaret, and nearby Jemaa el-Fna, a traditional city square filled with musicians, fortune tellers and snake charmers.

Alternate: Discover the Atlas Mountains, exploring the ruggedly beautiful terrain and stopping for a traditional lunch with a rejuvenating mint tea.

  • Hotel La Mamounia, Marrakech

Cusco & Machu Picchu or the North Coast, Peru

Machu Picchu, the great citadel abandoned by the Inca and rediscovered in 1911, reveals a mystical mountaintop realm of commanding beauty. We are transported back in time as we wander amidst its giant walls and terraces. Or, choose a full day exploring the pre-Inca treasures of Peru’s North Coast.

  • Hotel Libertador Lima, Lima
  • Miraflores Park Hotel, Lima
  • Palacio Nazarenas, Cusco

Easter Island, Chile

Arriving at Easter Island is an adventure unto itself as this is one of the most isolated places on Earth. The 887 massive and mysterious moai statues that dot the island are simply awe-inspiring. While there are theories, no one really knows why the statues were created and why the Polynesian Rapa Nui people deserted the island.

  • Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa, Hangaroa

Cross the International Date Line

Cross the International Date Line

 Apia, Samoa

Cross the international date line on Oct. 29, losing a day en route, and arrive in Samoa on Oct. 30. The cradle of Polynesian culture, the island is a delightful detour on our way to Australia. We spend two nights exploring the place that Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson called home. After visiting Stevenson’s villa, Vailima, take in the Papapai-tai Waterfall, which plunges more than 300 feet, and the Sopoaga Waterfall, another stunning waterfall surrounded by green cliffs, then relax with a casual lunch and swimming at serene Lalomanu Beach. Or opt to take a full day trip to Savaii for its many attractions. The Salelologa fresh fruit market offers a view into daily life on the island, with a variety of fresh produce, fish, handicrafts, clothing and much more. The Mu Pagoa Waterfall is a sight to behold—it drops straight into the surging sea below. The Alofaaga Blowholes are another famous island spot, as they propel water hundreds of feet into the air. Enjoy a traditional siapo-making demonstration, Samoan’s traditional art that transforms pounded bark into beautiful paper. Toast the end of your stay at a traditional fia fiaperformance with dancers and singers.

  • Sheraton Aggie Grey’’s Hotel and Resort, Apia

 Great Barrier Reef or Daintree Rainforest, Australia

playground. We encounter colorful fish species (more than anywhere else in the world) and equally vibrant corals. Or enjoy a walk through the Daintree Rainforest with an Aboriginal guide. Either way, our time in Australia is unforgettable.

  • Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort & Spa, Port Douglas

Angkor Wat or Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Angkor Wat testifies to the exceptional civilization of the Khmer Kingdom of Southeast Asia. Our visit to this UNESCO World Heritage Site reveals a vast temple complex of astounding architectural and artistic grandeur. With a performance of classical Apsara dance, we experience the grace and beauty that is Cambodia’s heart and soul.

  • Award-winning hotel Raffles Grand Hotel d’’Angkor, Siem Reap
  • Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh


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Reserve Seat by paying $1000 (non-Indian Travelers) (Valid for 5 years)

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