Like the title said, the Four Seasons Private Jet added routes to Asia and Africa in 2025. That means two more places you’ll never visit by private jet.
First off, I never even knew Four Seasons had private jets. Of course, businesses need new product lines. Makes sense.
The African Wonders itinerary, running from December 29, 2024, to January 10, 2025, covers seven remarkable locations. Starting in Greece, jet-setters will journey down through Egypt, Tanzania, Rwanda, Mauritius, Zambia, and South Africa. Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to soar above the Serengeti in a hot air balloon, visit the iconic pyramids at Giza, and observe elusive mountain gorillas in Rwanda. This is perfect for the 1 percent that want less dirt and more champagne with their safaris.
The Asia Unveiled adventure, taking place from March 13 to 18, includes stops in seven colorful cities and islands. Starting in Tokyo, travelers will fly to Bali, the Maldives, Hội An, Bhutan, Angkor Wat, and Bangkok. You’ll learn the secrets of samurai sword fighting in Tokyo, explore the waters of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in the Maldives, and visit a breathtaking Buddhist monastery in Bhutan. It’s like a spiritual journey, but with more sushi and less meditation.
Four Seasons President and CEO Alejandro Reynal said in a statement, “Each Four Seasons Private Jet Experience has been crafted with a singular focus on our guests, building itineraries that celebrate the journey as well as the destination.” We’re guessing that singular focus is on their bank accounts. But if you’re rich and want to explore the world without standing around with the riff-raff, well has the Four Seasons got something for you.
Of course, Four Seasons won’t skimp on that Four Seasons name. Travelers can expect five-star service, too. You’ll fly aboard the fully customized Four Seasons Airbus A321neo that debuted late last year. This widebody aircraft has 48 seats, spacious bathrooms, and a luxe “Lounge in the Sky.” Four Seasons says this communal area enables guests to socialize and partake in special events, such as sommelier-led wine tastings or wellness workshops. So a rich person networking event.
In terms of pricing, African Wonders will set you back $148,000 per person, while Asia Unveiled costs $142,000 per person. That covers all flights, luggage coordination, ground transfers, accommodation, excursions, activities, and meals. It also includes 24/7 inflight service, a concierge, a journey physician, local experts, and a dedicated guest services manager.
If I had $150k lying around, yea, I’d do this. I’m tired of Spirit losing my luggage.