How would you like to travel around the world on a private jet expedition with 15 of your nearest and dearest? Aman recently announced a collaboration with luxury travel designer Remote Lands to launch an exclusive Private Jet Expedition from the 15th of April until the 6th of May 2018.
This private jet expedition will see 16 guests travel to nine countries in the span of 22 days aboard the upscale Airbus ACJ319. Naturally, guests will be staying in the Aman residences in these nine countries, which include Aman Tokyo in Japan, Amanyangyun in China, Amanoi in Vietnam, Amanpuri in Thailand, Amankora’s Paro and Thimphu lodges in Bhutan, Amanbagh in India, Amanzoe in Greece, Aman Sveti Stefan in Montenegro, and Aman Venice in Italy.
While the Airbus ACJ319 normally fits 126 passengers, its interior has been redesigned to cater to the 16 guests very comfortably; we’re talking about a plush living room with leather seats, bedrooms, and bathrooms with showers. But don’t worry, for you won’t be spending all your time up in the air. The 22-day trip covers a diverse itinerary with excursions that will leave you feeling enriched with experiences and culture.
The expedition will begin in Tokyo, followed by Shanghai, then Vietnam, and finally Phuket aboard the Airbus ACJ319. Then, guests will board two G200 private jets that are slightly smaller, as they will be headed to the land of happiness, Bhutan. There, guests will stay in two of Amankora’s lodges – Thiru and Paro – across four nights, before jet setting once again aboard the Airbus ACJ319 towards Greece. Upon arrival at Athens, guests will be whisked onto helicopters for a short flight to Amanzoe, located in the hills of the Peloponnese. After two nights of idyllic living, the trip will head towards Montenegro, and finally, the last destination, Venice.