A new itinerary from the luxury travel agency, Hurlington Travel is offering a package where travelers get to see every single UNESCO World Heritage Site in one trip.

"When you have your travel arranged by Hurlingham Travel, you're in good company. We have arranged travel for the top Hollywood film stars and music stars, international businessmen and wealthy individuals," says Hurlingham Travel's website. "We pride ourselves in providing a discrete travel service offering our global client base private jets, premium flights, the best luxury holidays, cruises, hotels and transfers."

The trip costs a hefty price, about $1.5 million. It theoretically takes travelers through 157 countries and it is currently for sale on VeryFirstTo.com which is a British luxury retailer that sells trips and other products. However, The Huffington Post reports that it has never actually been reviewed because no one has ever purchased the trip.

"But, who doesn't want to see Angkor Wat, the Pyramids, Machu Picchu and the other well-known sites like the historic center of Berat and Gjirokastra, Jesuit Block and Estancias of Córdoba, the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia, the Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape, Flemish Béguinages, Wood Buffalo National Park, the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen, Sulaiman-Too Sacred Mountain, the Bikini Atoll Nuclear Test Site, and the D.F. Wouda Steam Pumping Station," reported Huffington Post.

Apparently, not many people have bought in on the exciting trip but Hurlingham Travel believe it's an amazing adventure.

"This is certainly the most exciting trip we have ever managed and is the most remarkable travel adventure imaginable," Andrew Barker, managing director of Hurlingham Travel, told The Telegraph.

There are a total of 962 UNESCO sites around the world. T

"The trip will include overland travel and flights (in business class cabins or superior), while tours of the different sites will be guided. Accommodation will be at a range of luxury hotels, including Sandy Lane in Barbados, the Hotel George V in Paris, The Plaza in New York, the Cipriani in Venice (pictured below), The Ritz-Carlton in Moscow, and the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai," reported The Telegraph.