Four Seasons Adds Third Private-Jet Itinerary

by Richard D'Ambrosio
Four Seasons Adds Third Private-Jet Itinerary


Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts this week launched World of Adventures, a new 2018 Four Seasons Private Jet, 10-country global itinerary including curated experiences from the Seychelles to Galápagos.

The itinerary is from October 19 to November 11, 2018, starting in Seattle, and visiting Kyoto, Japan; Bali; Seychelles; Rwanda, Marrakech, Morocco; Bogotá, Colombia; the Galápagos Islands and ending in Orlando.

Four Seasons added the third itinerary after its 2017 International Intrigue itinerary this September sold out. Bookings for 2018's Timeless Encounters and International Intrigue "are moving quickly," Four Seasons said.

The new itinerary "creates a unique opportunity for guests to enjoy an end-to-end Four Seasons experience in destinations where we don't have a presence," said Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts president and CEO J. Allen Smith. "For the first time, guests can experience the beauty of Rwanda and the adventures of the Galapagos with every aspect of their journey looked after with the attention to detail and thoughtful service that Four Seasons is known for."

Activities include visiting Kikaku-ji, Kyoto's famed bamboo jungle, studying samurai sword-fighting, exploring Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park with an expert naturalist guide, shopping in Marrakech and spending a day in the Atlas Mountains with a Berber family. On a cruise through the Galápagos Islands, guests will swim alongside sea lions in Gardner Bay and snorkel with manta rays.

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