A TRAVEL agency is offering a $136,000 trip that takes you around the world in 23 days in a private jet.
The journey, offered by a luxury tour company, includes stops at ancient sites and overnight stays at luxury resorts – for those who can afford it.
Abercrombie & Kent’s website shows the trip starts on May 5 and focuses on seeing “Cultural Treasures” at some of the world’s most famous sites.
The tour company is providing a chance to see unorthodox historical gems like the ancient city of Petra in Jordan to 48 lucky guests.
If the stops aren’t enticing enough, the entire trip takes place in a luxury all-business-class Boeing 757 jet.
MSN reports that the trip begins in Seattle, where guests fly off to Guam and then to Cambodia to see temples and monasteries of the Siem Reap province.
After a few days in Cambodia, guests will take a casual trip to Nepal to get a helicopter tour around Mount Everest.
But that’s just one of several life-changing stops as guests get back on the plane to see sights like the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi.
The final stop in the circumnavigation voyage is Taormina, Sicily, where guests can tour the city in vintage Italian cars and have their farewell gala in the style of a Sicilian wedding before flying to Boston.
All this for the price of $136,000 per person.
Get paid to relax?
This comes while one person has the opportunity to get paid to live at a luxury Caribbean hotel with flights and meals included.
The Boardwalk Hotel in Aruba is offering a chance for one lucky person to experience all the amenities they have to offer while also cashing a check.
The trade-off, however, is the resident has to produce social media content for the luxury hotel while they are there.
That being said, the Boardwalk is looking for someone with experience creating photo and video content.
Applications are open until March 31 and can be made on the hotel’s website.
In other travel news, a supersonic jet could bring passengers from New York to China in only an hour.
And a packing expert reveals three tips to traveling with just hand luggage for a week long trip.
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