Four Seasons Private Jet Releases Two New Itineraries for 2021

by Jessica Montevago
Four Seasons Private Jet Releases Two New Itineraries for 2021


With its brand new, custom-built aircraft set to take flight in 2021, Four Seasons Private Jet released two new itineraries for its inaugural season.

“Remote Wonders” and “Ancient Explorer” will join “International Intrigue” (Feb. 24, 2021 – Mar. 19, 2021) and “Timeless Encounters” (Mar. 19, 2021 – Apr. 11, 2021) in the Private Jet portfolio, adding new destinations including Jordan, Egypt, Easter Island, and Angkor Wat, as well as stops at two new Four Seasons properties in Athens and Madrid.

Luxury Private Jet Journey Four Seasons
The 2021 itineraries will be aboard the brand new private jet.

On “Remote Wonders,” guests will journey through Asia and Africa from Dec. 31, 2020 to Jan. 20, 2021. The trip kicks off with an exclusive New Year's Eve party in Dubai, followed by a visit to Hoi An, where a Vietnamese tailor designs, sews and hand-delivers a custom outfit; and streets will be cordoned off for a private dinner set under colorful lanterns. Guests will explore Cambodia's Angkor Wat and sail through the turquoise waters of Petite Anse by catamaran in the Seychelles before spending a few days in the Virunga Mountains trekking through the Rwandan rainforest to observe gorillas. The journey ends with a torch-lit barbecue feast in the middle of Serengeti's National Park.

The 24-day “Ancient Explorer” itinerary begins in Miami with a first stop in Mexico City where mezcal distillers offer a master class in the agave-based spirit. Next, guests will explore the Pacific Ocean's secluded Easter Island by horseback; and snorkel while enjoying a private cruise of the Great Barrier Reef before visiting Koh Samui to learn the art of Muay Thai from a professional fighter. In Egypt, travelers will enjoy special access to see the Sphinx up close, and explore the legendary Pyramids of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The journey culminates in Greece and Spain with back-to-back stays at two new Four Seasons properties.

Four Seasons Private Jet itineraries begin at $163,000 per person based on double occupancy. While visiting remote destinations — including Easter Island, the Great Barrier Reef, and Rwanda — guests will stay at luxury accommodations selected by the Four Seasons team.

Guests on any one of the four 2021 itineraries will travel aboard an all-new private jet, fully customized by Four Seasons. The A321LR aircraft features a spacious lounge area; and 48 custom-handcrafted seats that extend to lie fully flat and are paired with plush ottomans, and that provide 6.5 feet of personal space.

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