Going on a trip around is life-changing, but it can also be very exhausting. The transferring of flights, long lines at the airport and other unfortunate circumstances can taint a wonderful journey.
But alas, there is a choice to avoid all that. Only if you are rich, of course. How about if you can travel to 21 cities around the world in a private jet with 49 of your friends and family, in the most lavish and opulent way possible?
Introducing "The Flight of The Dragons", a special private jet trip around the world courtesy of travel boutique, DreamMaker. Specially catered to the Chinese market, this private trip is not for the general public. To avail this once-in-a-lifetime offer, one must pay the full price of $14.5 million.
The whole trip spans 21 days, and in that period of time, you'll be treated like royalty. You and your friends will be able to enjoy the kind of travel fit for kings, the kind of service worth tens of millions of dollars.
So what does the trip entails? Gregory Patrick, Chief Creative Officer of DreamMaker, gave Forbes some very exclusive highlights of the trip. Aside from traveling to 21 cities in 21 days, guests are also entitled to lots of freebies in-between.
For example, in their stop to London, guests will be treated to a private dinner with a member of the British Royal Family. How cool is that? "Obviously, a dinner like this would require many hands. With every element of the event-from table setting to menu design and ingredients-created to feel like early 20th-century England, there are 15 butlers (or valets) and 25 ladies' maids (yes, seriously) to dress the guests," explained by Patrick.
Servers, waiters, secret entertainers, opera tenors, more than a dozen actors, and vintage cars are also included in the whole affair. "And as a final touch, a 30-minute crash course on manners will be given by the pre-eminent Alastair Bruce-Fifth Baron Aberdare and historical advisor to Oscar-winning films such as The King's Speech and The Young Victoria, plus television series Downton Abbey," added Patrick.
The first trip would start next year on August 18, 2018. According to Forbes, DreamMaker also staged a similar vacation called "Passport to 50", catered especially to bachelorette parties. A percentage of the proceeds of the whole trip would go to charity