Four Seasons might be more known in this part of the globe for its resorts and hotels, but it has reinvented itself beyond that. The Canadian company recently launched â€śWorld of Adventures,â€ť a nine-destination tour aboard the Four Seasons Private Jetâ€”complete with your own private chef. Costing a cool US$138,000 for double occupancy, the itinerary will start in Seattle on October 19 and end on November 11 in Orlando.
The tourÂ is a travelerâ€™s dream. One of the stops includes Rwanda, where participants will meet majestic gorillas at Volcanoes National Park. Shopaholics can get their retail fix in Marrakech while adventure-seekers will be delighted with a day-long stay with a Berber family up in the Atlas Mountains.
Asia is also one of the destinations, with a trip toÂ Kyotoâ€™s much-photographed Kinkaku-ji bamboo jungle as one of theÂ activities. Bali is the only Southeast Asian destination included, where they will stay at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan. A visit wonâ€™t be complete of course without seeing the 11th century Batukaru Temple and the UNESCOâ€“listed Jatiluwih rice terraces. Rejuvenating Balinese spa treatments, dynamic yoga classes, a Buddhist Nunâ€“led â€śsacred napâ€ť session, and an optional rafting expedition are just some of the other activities during theÂ tourâ€™s three-day island stopover.
Veteran travel journalist Laura Begley Bloom was invited to experience flying on the Four Seasons Private Jet. Watch the video below to know how it went down.