The most expensive holiday in the world costs you 12.3 million euros
When you suddenly have enough money in the bank by winning a jackpot, it may be that your choice in holiday destinations has suddenly become a lot wider. No longer to the campsite in Blackpool or for the trip to Spain. No, you are now really ready for something else, and that may cost a lot. No, you are now really ready for something else, and that may cost a lot. A boutique travel store specializing in luxury travel has compiled the most exclusive trip ever. How about 20 world cities in 20 days, but then in millionaire style. It will set you back 12 million euros. They call it the ‘ passport to 50 ‘.
20 cities in 20 days
DreamMaker has promised to bring millionaire world travelers on a trip around the world with a private Boeing 767 jet. The extravagant journey allows travelers to visit 20 different cities in 20 days. But of course you do not do this alone, so you can bring 50 family members or friends. The jet-setters will cover more than 31,000 kilometers in the air, which will represent 12 percent of their journey.
The journey starts in Koh Samui, Thailand and stops in Siem Reap, Kathmandu, Agra, Florence, Siena, Cannes, Moulinet, London, Barcelona, Ibiza, Marbella, Marrakech, Havana, Knoxville, Kona, El Nido and a “secret island” “before the final destination in Manila is reached.
Now traveling between the various locations naturally takes place and so there are also a number of special treats organized during the trip. And then we obviously do not have a cool bag with sandwiches and travel yaht sea.
The arrangement consists of cocktails and a gambling night in Las Vegas with a charity tournament with half a million prize money, a 3-star restaurant in Spain, a private film screening in Cannes and fashion events and styling facilities in Florence. To keep passengers fresh and rested for their full travel schedule, there are plenty of pleasures aboard the private jet and more than 50 staff members at their disposal. The super-rich holidaymakers have access to private chefs, spa sessions, yoga classes, wine tastings and even their own hypnotherapists.
Gregory Patrick, founder of DreamMaker, says: “It is irrelevant how big and beautiful your private jet is if you can not relax comfortably or get the necessary amount of sleep on the plane.”
Partner World of Diamonds Group was commissioned to design the most sumptuous experiential value of the holiday: a set of 18-carat gold stir sticks supplemented with white and blue diamonds, for a price of approximately 900,000 euros.
Not only do they do their best to keep their customers happy, they also work on supporting charities. A percentage of the profits from the luxury trip will be donated to non-profit organizations.
If it seems like a nice idea to you, then let’s hope for the jackpot again!