When it come to planning a trip around the world, the only downside is the prepping and planning months, sometimes years, beforehand. The time it takes to book flights, rent cars, and find hotels to stay at, you probably could have travelled the world twice over, and that doesn’t even include planning the itineraries once you arrive.
We’re not saying don’t travel the world – we’re just saying, if you could make it easier, wouldn’t you want to? Assuming the answer is yes, we’re going to introduce you to a little company called TCS World Travel – it’s a luxury adventurer’s best friend.
This company plans everything from travel destinations to transportation to the best hotels and finest dining. TCS has been in business since 1991 and has operated more than 240 trips to 200 countries and counting. The key to travel success, they say? Being guided by the experts.
This November, TCS World Travel is hosting “History’s Lost Cities,” a 23-day excursion to some of the world’s most treasured and beautiful cities. Those who sign up will travel in the company’s VIP-dedicated 757 Boeing private jet, flown by industry professionals. The jet accommodates 78 people and features an on-demand entertainment system, iPads with trip-related content and Bose noise-canceling headphones, in-seat power outlets and other amenities to help travelers relax and enjoy the journey.
Not only is the private jet extravagant and convenient, but it’s what makes traveling to so many destinations in such a short time period possible.
The list of destinations include:
- Madrid, Spain
- Baku, Azerbaijan
- Samarkand, Uzbekistan
- Xi’an, China
- Lhasa, Tibet or Guilin and Chengdu, China
- Luang Prabang, Laos
- Bagan, Inle Lake and Yangon, Myanmar
- Taj Mahal, India
- Udaipur, India
- Lost City of Petra or Dead Sea, Jordan
In addition to the upscale flying experience, TCS guides initiate thought-provoking discussions and lectures that are sure to intrigue any history buffs. Not to mention, travelers will get the opportunity to meet locals who will share unique insight on the culture and history of each destination.
For an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime experience that comes with zero percent hassle and 100 percent convenience, this sounds like the trip for you.
Couples can travel together for $68,000 per person, or for those who desire a more private experience, he or she can pay an additional $7,950 to book a private room in each location.
For more information about this expedition, click here.
-Story by Taylor Seely