You may not want to take off that day after Columbus day and you probably want to cut thanksgiving vacation short. You will need all of your time off available so that you will be able to see the world. Oh, and you will need about $115,000.
Aman is offering a private jet tour around the world for you and 15 of your friends. From April 15 to May 6 2018, up to 16 guests can join this round-the-world expedition, traveling by private jet and staying exclusively in Aman properties. See Tokyo and Shanghai from a new perspective; relax on Vietnam and Phuket’s most secluded shores; embrace the majestic landscapes of Bhutan and Rajasthan, and explore the historic coastlines of Montenegro and Greece. Ending with a flourish at Aman’s Venice palazzo, this unprecedented journey is a Grand Tour for the 21st century. If this itinerary is not to your tastes then you could research other specialists in private jet rentals instead.
Read more about the stops you will be making on your expedition below.
Enjoy two full days touring Tokyo and experience the best of its culture, shopping, and dining, complemented by cocktails and a talk on the city’s history at Aman Tokyo.
By day, delve into Shanghai’s historic and contemporary highlights, with the option to join private, expert-led tours exploring the city’s Bund district and Jewish history.
Vinh Hy Bay, Vietnam
Relax on the beach, and swim or snorkel in the protected waters of Vinh Hy Bay – with the option to explore the dramatic coastline and the wildlife of the national park.
Spend two days enjoying Amanpuri’s extensive facilities and unique dining venues, along with a complimentary massage and a yacht excursion to lunch in Phang Nga Bay.
Spend a day touring Thimphu’s monasteries, markets, and museums with a private car and guide, who will create a tailormade itinerary for you.
Rise early for the half-day hike to Tiger’s Nest – the fabled monastery that clings to the cliff face, 900 metres above the valley floor.
After exploring Jaipur’s shops and sights, discover the Alwar region surrounding Amanbagh – rich in wildlife and historic landmarks.
Relax and dine overlooking an Aegean panorama, unwind at the elegant Beach Club, and explore the region on a boat trip to nearby Spetses, with the option to head further afield into Athens.
Sveti Stefan, Montenegro
Take the short boat ride to Kotor, crossing a Unesco-listed fjord to reach the picturesque Old Town.
Montenegro is also a great place to live with a fairly straightforward real estate system. If you’re looking to invest in property in Montenegro, then it might be helpful to read through this guide to buying real estate – https://montenegroguides.co/real-estate-property/buying/
Explore the city’s historic highlights and contemporary art scene, before simply losing yourself in the maze of romantic bridges, waterways, and piazzas.
If the destinations weren’t enough to get you to pull out your credit cards, check out how you will be traveling!
Click here to reserve your spot today!