Touring Treasures, a boutique, luxury travel tour company, is offering an exclusive, 21-day private jet tour for eight people in September, aboard a private Falcon 900 jet.
To organize the trip, Touring Treasures is partnering with Adagold Luxe, a private charter company based in Australia. The itinerary includes exclusive wildlife adventures, private museum tours, accommodations at luxury hotels, resorts and lodges and gourmet dining. Touring Treasures specializes in customized luxury vacations and intimate itineraries in the South Pacific.
Guests will travel aboard a Falcon 900 jet equipped with 14 seats over three cabins. The jet’s rear zone contains two divans which can be converted into beds
Guests will travel in deluxe style aboard the Falcon 900 jet that is equipped with 14 seats over three cabins. The jet’s rear zone contains two divans which can be converted into two beds. The jet is outfitted with a satellite phone system and a state-of-the-art entertainment system.
The trip includes stops in Sydney, Canberra, Hobart (Tasmania), Port Arthur, Bruny Island, Kangaroo Island, Adelaide, Barossa wine country, Coober Pedy, Uluru, Kununurra, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, El Questro National Park and Hamilton Island.
The group will dine at some of Australia’s most famous restaurants and stay in luxury suite accommodations at some of the country’s most exclusive boutique hotels, including the Southern Ocean Lodge (seen here). COURTESY OF TOURING TREASURES
The itinerary includes once-in-a-lifetime experiences, such as a sunset cocktail party in the Sydney Harbour aboard a private 122 foot long yacht, helicopter tours of the Blue Mountains and Purnululu National Park, sea plane and yacht adventures, high-speed jet tours and wilderness cruises. There will also be desert cave tours, visits to national parks, tours of an oyster farm and a working opal field, a pearl safari, and up close experiences with koalas and Tasmanian Devils. Guests will be treated to private tours of the country’s top cultural institutions and top wineries while optional activities range from horseback riding, to hiking and four wheel drive tours.
The group will dine at some of Australia’s most famous restaurants and stay at the country’s most exclusive boutique hotels and resorts, including the Qualia Island Resort on Hamilton Island (seen here).
The group will dine at some of Australia’s best-known restaurants, including Sydney’s Quay restaurant, and will stay in luxury accommodations at the country’s most exclusive hotels and resorts, including the Park Hyatt Sydney and Four Seasons Sydney in Sydney, Saffire Freycenit in Tasmania, Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island, The Louise Barossa Valley in the Barossa wine country, Longitude 131° in the wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, El Questro Homestead in El Questro National Park, and Qualia Island Resort on Hamilton Island.
The group will stay at some of the country’s most exclusive boutique hotels and resorts, including the Saffire Freycinet in Tasmania (seen here).
The 21-day long trip will begin on September 3 and end on September 23, 2018. The price per traveler is $120,000 (Australian dollars) based on a double room and is limited to a total of eight guests, however Touring Treasures is able to accommodate nearly any scenario and will work individually with guests to determine appropriate costs.
For more information or to make a reservation, visit Touring Treasures website or call (1 800) 536-5328.
Carrie Coolidge is a luxury travel and real estate contributor to Forbes Life. You can follow her on Twitter at @carriecoolidge