5 Luxury Experiences For Your Next Trip

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1. A Private Jet Experience with Four Seasons

four seasons private jet

Every year the Four Seasons Private Jet Experience keeps on getting better and better. Now this one doesn’t come cheap but luxury never does right? The World Of Adventures 2019 is a luxury experience that covers 8 countries in 23 days where you get to travel to places like Seattle, Kyoto, Bali, Seychelles, Rwanda, Marrakech, Bogota, Galapagos Islands & Miami.

Travel by a fully customised Four Seasons Private Boeing 757 Jet with 52 all flat-bed Italian leather seats. If this doesn’t have you interested then what about the destinations you visit? A 3 night private cruise on the remote Galapagos Islands where you can swim with sea lions or hike to see giant tortoises. In Rwanda, catch a sight of the endangered mountain gorillas and then in Marrakech you will embark on your own private souk shopping excursion. In Kyoto, learn how to make sushi at a Michelin-starred restaurant and in Bogota you can experience a coffee baptism.

Prices don’t come cheap for this one but with all the luxurious inclusions and stays at some of the top Four Seasons hotels it’s a once in a lifetime experience taking it to the next level.

2. Dine at the Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur

Taj Umaid Bhawan Palace Jodhpur dinner

India is definitely not short on luxury hotels and luxury experiences. During your stay as you live like royalty at the Umaid Bhawan Palace you will have the chance to experience authentic Rajasthani and Indian Cuisine. The unique experiences offer a private dining in some amazing settings that give you views of the palace as the backdrop.

If a private dinner is not your thing then waking up early to experience The Royal Champagne Breakfast at Pillars restaurant with some amazing views is the ideal start to a day.

3. Learn about Japan Martial Arts at Aman Tokyo

During your stay at Aman Tokyo why not head back to the 16th century to learn about the martial art of Iaido. This private session will teach you about the different styles of swordsmanship and the art of smooth and controlled movements. Become a Japanese warrior where you will walk away knowing a bit more about Samurai etiquette and able to experience something truly unique.

4. An arrival like no other at Six Senses Zighy Bay

six senses zighy bay

The Six Senses Zighy Bay in Oman is set in a unique location unlike anywhere else. Located on the northern Musandam Peninsula the hotel sits with mountains on one side and a beautiful sandy beach on the other. This makes getting there a bit different than your normal driveway into the resort. From Dubai it’s around a 2 hour trip to the boundaries of the resort. Once here you do get a few other options to get to the hotel.

Firstly you can stay in your 4WD and make your way over the dirt hills overlooking the bay. This is what most people do but for an added experience you also have the options of a speed boat arrival from a nearby port or my absolute bucket list experience is to arrive by paragliding into the resort. Don’t worry, you have a professional paraglider and you are just the passenger but arriving from above is something completely unique.

5. A Unique Luxury Cruise in Vietnam

dragon legend

Halong Bay in Vietnam is overcrowded. It’s got to the point where there are too many tour companies and too many boats sailing at what was once was meant to be a truly Vietnamese experience. Indochina Junk has found a solution for luxury experiences with their Dragon Legend luxury cruise that takes you to the outer parts of Halong Bay and also the unknown Bai Tu Long Bay.

This ultra luxe cruise offers 24 cabins that are larger than a lot of hotel rooms are the perfect place to wake up in the morning before you head up to the sundeck for the early Taichi session. Spend the day enjoying the breathtaking views away from all the other boats and explore the beautiful regions on board the boutique ship that has a commitment to service and quality.

To book any of the experiences, please contact us at info@neverendingtraveller.com

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