An Around the World Jet Expedition
Circle the globe on the new, customized private jet to experience some of the world’s most intriguing cultures and traditions. Dance to Chamorro music in Guam, delve into the unique flavors of Thailand, witness spiritual traditions in Bhutan and Nepal, cruise the sacred Ganges in India, explore the souks of Jordan and Tunis, immerse in the natural pools of Cape Verde, and partially transit the locks of the Panama Canal.
9 Destinations, 23 Remarkable Days
Kona, HawaiiView details
Your trip begins
Arrive to the Hawaiian island of Kona, where you will meet fellow guests, your expert trip leaders and dedicated guest services staff. Kick off your trip with a festive welcome dinner.
Four Seasons Resort HualalaiSet on Hawaii Island’s exclusive Kona-Kohala Coast, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is a luxurious natural sanctuary. Relax by your choice of seven swimming pools or stroll down the white-sand beach. Pamper yourself with a spa treatment inspired by the healing traditions of Hawaii and incorporating local ingredients like hibiscus and black lava salt.
January 24 – 25
Hagatna, GuamView details
Experience the Chamorro culture of Guam
Lose a day crossing the international date line to spend time on the lush tropical island of Guam.
Explore the City
This U.S. territory enjoys the culture of the Chamorro people intertwined with Spanish, Japanese and American influences. Learn about the island’s unique history on a tour of its most important landmarks and monuments.
Kick off your evening in Guam with a dinner featuring Chamorro music and dance.
Opt to spend time on the private beach or in one of the hotel’s many pools.
Hyatt Regency GuamWith a premier oceanfront location, the Hyatt Regency Guam offers not only a private beach with watersport activity options, but also four swimming pools and five onsite restaurants. It is centrally located just minutes away from Guam’s historic capital and shopping areas.
January 26 – 28
Chiang Mai, ThailandView details
Chiang Mai's laid-back attitude and majestic temples will charm you
Once the center of the ancient Lanna Kingdom, Chiang Mai is an indisputable cultural capital of Thailand. Here, far from the hustle of modern city life, witness how people have preserved traditional handicrafts and immerse yourself in the lush natural beauty of the region.
Temples and Markets
Tour the ancient temple of Wat Chedi Luang and make an offering to the monks at Wat Phra Singh, then cruise through Chiang Mai by tuk-tuk to see the old city walls and bustling Warorot Market.
Hands-On Thai Cooking Class
Learn about the flavors and regional specialties of Thai cuisine. Afterwards, enjoy the fruits of your labor at a special meal prepared by you.
Anantara Chiang Mai ResortLocated on the banks of the Mae Ping River, Anantara Chiang Mai Resort opens doors to a world of adventure and discovery. Explore the nearby attractions of the moated old city or take a short walk to the famed Night Market. The resort, decorated in soothing minimalist style, offers a range of activities, from relaxing on your balcony daybed or lounging at the adults-only pool to enjoying healing spa therapies and cooking class adventures.
January 29 – 30
Paro, BhutanView details
This remote Himalayan Kingdom is known as Asia’s happiest country
In the 1970s, Bhutan began inviting visitors to discover its ancient monasteries, unspoiled panoramas and intriguing traditions. Get an authentic glimpse of daily life as you travel through scenic panoramas and experience Bhutanese traditions that have largely been preserved through years of isolation.
Tiger’s Nest Monastery Hike
Take a spectacular hike to Taktsang Palphug Monastery, known as the Tiger’s Nest. Perched 10,200 feet above sea level, it is one of the country’s most revered sites, named for the flying tigress that is said to have carried the Guru Rinpoche here in the eighth century. This is a strenuous hike.
Rinpung Dzong Visit
Visit the Paro Rinpung Dzong, known as the “Fortress on the Heap of Jewels,” whose massive buttressed walls tower over the town and are visible throughout the valley. Construction first began in 1644, and today it houses both the monastic body and district government offices.
In the country’s capital, Thimphu, tour the Dechen Phodrang Monastery, a monastic school that houses several important historical Bhutanese artifacts including 12th-century paintings monitored by UNESCO. Visit the National Textile Museum, which displays the country’s major weaving techniques, styles of local dress and locally made textiles.
Zhiwa Ling Heritage ParoThe Zhiwa Ling represents Bhutanese architecture at its finest combined with modern-day amenities and technology. Enjoy hand-carved woodwork and stonework throughout the property. Amenities include heated floors in guest rooms, a fitness center with sauna and steam room, and a traditional outdoor Bhutanese hot-stone bath.
Kathmandu, NepalView details
Nepal has long served as a crossroads for cultures and religions
Buddhism and Hinduism peacefully coexist in Nepal, as evidenced in Kathmandu’s diverse array of stupas and temples. Immerse in Kathmandu, a city rich with four UNESCO World Heritage sites that range from colorful spectacles to places of reverent devotion, from the Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath temple to Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Palace.
In Bhaktapur, admire the Palace of Fifty-Five Windows, so named for its beautiful wooden window frames, as well as the intricately carved golden gate that leads up to the palace.
Patan’s Durbar Square
Stroll through Patan’s Durbar Square, an expansive plaza in front of the royal palace, filled with temples, multistoried pagodas and detailed brickwork.
Explore the massive Boudhanath Stupa, the center of the Tibetan community in Nepal, where thousands of pilgrims gather daily under the all-seeing eyes of Buddha painted on a gilded tower above the central dome.
Venture into the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pashupatinath, a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva and built in the Nepalese pagoda style.
Dwarika’s HotelTaking its inspiration from the Kathmandu Valley’s rich cultural heritage, this centrally located hotel is architecturally modeled after the palaces of the Newar kings. Guest rooms have handwoven linens and handcrafted artisan furniture.
February 1 – 2
Varanasi, IndiaView details
Explore a vibrant city located at the junction of three holy rivers
Dive into Varanasi to explore its attractive ghats (river landings), famous temples, fascinating rituals and vibrant religious festivals. The city is considered to be one of the most auspicious places to perform many important ceremonies.
Experience the magical aarti ceremony on the banks of the holy Ganges in this town of pilgrimage.
Ganges Sunset Cruise
Take a sunset cruise to witness people bathing and praying in the Ganges, rites believed to purify the soul and body.
Banarasi silk is known to be some of the finest in the world. Take some time to find a special item or two.
Trishaw Through Bazaars
Hop on the back of a pedal-powered tricycle to explore the vibrant sights of local bazaars.
Taj Ganges, VaranasiThe Taj Ganges, Varanasi is a welcoming oasis spread over 40 acres of tropical gardens. Conveniently located near many of the city’s most important sites, the contemporary hotel features a variety of dining and drinking options as well as a lovely outdoor pool and workout space. Airy, sophisticated rooms offer flat screen TVs, minibars, and free Wi-Fi.
February 3 - 5
Amman, JordanView details
Discover an intriguing mixture of history and modernity in Amman
Jordan’s modern capital offers a compelling mixture of old and new, from ancient ruins and colorful souks to exquisite restaurants that have earned the city accolades as a still-undiscovered foodie destination. Delve into the region’s rich history before heading into the countryside to spend a leisurely day at the Dead Sea.
Explore the Roman ruins of Jerash, where imposing column-lined colonnades, crumbling vestiges and limestone plazas reverberate with ancient times. Roam the Temple of Zeus’ regal remains and imagine chariot races in the hippodrome, where 15,000 spectators would cheer from the stands.
Perched atop Amman’s highest hill, this iconic landmark includes the Temple of Hercules, the Umayyad Palace and Byzantine Church. Study a collection of artifacts dating back to the Bronze age at the Jordan Archaeological Museum, including the Ain Ghazal statues, some of the oldest-known statues in Jordan.
Royal Automobile Museum
Built by King Abdullah II in tribute to his car-loving father, King Hussein, the museum displays over 70 classic cars, motorcycles and cruisers driven by members of the Hashemite royal family.
Shopping at the Souks
Enter the famous gold souk in Amman’s city center where over 50 shops line the narrow alleyways. Meander through Amman’s traditional souks where artisans sell traditional Bedouin dresses, gold-threaded kaftans and exquisite hand-embroidered linens.
Day Trip to the Dead Sea
Enjoy a leisurely day at the Dead Sea where you can float in its buoyant, mineral-rich waters or pamper yourself with a luxurious spa treatment.
Four Seasons Hotel AmmanSet on Amman’s highest hilltop in the prestigious Abdoun neighborhood, Four Seasons Hotel Amman combines modern elegance with warm Jordanian hospitality. Rooms look out over the hills and valleys of the cityscape, while dining options range from updated French classics to casual fare.
February 6 – 7
Tunis, TunisiaView details
Explore a crossroads for prolific civilizations
Inhabited by a series of empires from the Phoenicians and Romans to the Ottomans, the history of modern-day Tunisia spans thousands of years. While exploring some of North Africa’s finest museums and impeccably preserved city centers, discover how this small country has been shaped by the intersection of different cultures over the centuries.
Established by the Phoenicians, Carthage was the metropolis of the Punic civilization and eventually conquered by the Romans in the second century AD. Discover the archaeological site overlooking the Gulf of Tunis, where the ruins of the ancient city’s forum, theater, baths, temples and residential structures remain.
Sidi Bou Said
Travel along the coast to visit the picturesque town of Sidi Bou Said, known for its cobblestone streets, distinctive blue and white houses, and spectacular views of the azure Mediterranean Sea.
Tunis Medina & Souks
A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Medina of Tunis is one of the finest examples of a traditional Arab city in North Africa. Take a walk through its maze of narrow streets and alleyways to view its well-preserved souks, residential buildings, monuments and gates.
Bardo National Museum
Trace Tunisia’s long and rich history as you browse the artifacts at the Bardo National Museum, which boasts one of the richest archaeological collections on the African continent.
Take a day trip into the countryside to visit another of Tunisia’s UNESCO World Heritage sites—the archaeological site of Dougga. This ancient settlement flourished under Roman and Byzantine rule, and its impressive ruins are considered North Africa’s finest example of a Roman town.
Four Seasons Hotel TunisIn the heart of Tunisia’s vibrant capital, Four Seasons Hotel Tunis is a modern beachfront escape on North Africa’s Mediterranean coast. Relax by the indoor and outdoor pools, stroll the hotel’s private beach, or treat your senses with a ceremonial hammam at the luxurious spa. Five restaurant options offer a mix of Mediterranean cuisine, fresh seafood and international dishes.
February 8 – 9
Sal, Cape VerdeView details
Delve into dramatic landscapes in this gateway between Europe, Africa and the Americas
Settled by Portuguese explorers in 1462, Cape Verde is a beautiful archipelago off the coast of West Africa. Each island contains unique landscapes, ranging from volcanoes to lush mountains to pristine beaches, as well as an intriguing blend of African, Brazilian and Portuguese cultures.
Salt Pan Excursion
Explore Sal’s broad, sandy expanse of desert-like terrain. Stop at the salt pans and see many other fascinating features, including curious jagged cliffs along the coast.
Buracona Lagoon is a natural pool surrounded by black lava rock. When sunlight hits the surface waters at the right angle, they take on a magical turquoise hue, earning the lagoon the nickname "blue eye" for its bright color and shape.
Hilton Cabo Verde Sal ResortSet along a sandy beach, the Hilton Cabo Verde Sal Resort is ideally located for launching your exploration of the island. Modern and bright guest rooms are paired with an array of amenities, including beachside dining, a large outdoor pool, a nautical center for sailing and diving, and a spa.
February 10 – 12
Panama City, PanamaView details
Experience an engineering marvel
Continue your cultural immersion in Panama City and cap off your visit with a private dinner located in a historic convent that is part of the UNESCO-listed Old Town.
Panama Canal Transit
Board a private boat for a partial transit of the Panama Canal, one of the world’s great engineering feats, to learn about its fascinating locks system. Pass through two of the canal’s three sets of locks: Miraflores Locks and Pedro Miguel Locks.
Old Town (Casco Viejo)
Explore the World Heritage–listed Casco Viejo on a guided walking tour. Many of the historic buildings were originally constructed in the late 1600s.
Indigenous Village Visit
If you have already experienced the canal, opt to spend the day visiting an indigenous Embera village to learn more about their way of life. Arrive via boat on the Chagres River, learn about their customs and culture, and enjoy a private lunch.
Hotel La CompañiaRevitalizing a landmark location, Hotel La Compañia brings three different eras of Panama history to life. Each of the hotel’s wings restores a piece of Panama City's old town with contemporary luxury. The French Colonial wing was built by Jesuit priests in 1739, the Spanish Colonial wing dates to 1688, and the American wing was once a high-end department store constructed in 1905. Discover five in-house restaurants that draw on the same historical inspiration, as well as a rooftop pool and bar with the ideal vantage point of the Casco Antiguo neighborhood.
February 13 – 14
Austin, TexasView details
Celebrate your journey’s end in the capital of the Lone Star state
Arrive to Austin on the evening of February 13 for a farewell dinner with your fellow travelers. Following a night of rest, return home on your independent flight the next day.
Four Seasons Hotel AustinLocated in the heart of Austin, this downtown hotel shows Austin’s particular brand of cool in every detail, from local art to Texas-inspired spa treatments. Enjoy varied dining options and bars, a saltwater pool and spa, lawn games, miles of lakeside trails and spacious rooms overlooking idyllic Lady Bird Lake.
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Our Dedicated Staff and Knowledgeable Experts
An experienced team takes care of all the logistics before, during and after your trip. Your dedicated guest services manager prepares you for your trip of a lifetime and a veteran team of expedition leaders travels with you, taking care of all the details throughout your journey. We also invite a knowledgeable lecturer, as well as local experts, to join us on our expedition to bring each destination to life with real-time insights into culture, history and daily life.
The Private Jet Experience
The moment you board the private jet, you can breathe deep and leave your worries at the door. The hidden costs of international travel, such as transit time and airport delays, cut into quality vacation time. Flying direct to most destinations reduces overall travel time, maximizing the time spent exploring each iconic destination.
Throughout your flight, you’ll have highly trained staff and crew at your service. They’ll know your name, likes and dislikes, so you can have the most personalized experience possible. All in-flight meals and beverages are included, as well as a selection of beer, wine and spirits. In addition, we can accommodate your food allergies or special dietary requirements.
Aircraft: Airbus A321neo-LR
Number of seats: 52
Type of seats: Full flatbed recline
Features: In-seat power outlets and USB ports
Amenities: Noise-canceling headphones and onboard tablet, Wi-Fi where available
Aircraft operated by Titan Airways Limited
Expedition Details - Your Trip
Relax, discover and explore on an expertly curated journey, meticulously produced by a passionate team of seasoned world travelers. Learn more about the services we offer—before, during and after your trip, as well as what to expect on our expeditions.
This once-in-a-lifetime trip is the perfect way to spend quality time with your partner or to treat yourself to an adventure you’ll never forget. Adults of all ages take our trips, sometimes with a companion and sometimes by themselves. You will meet fellow guests with a curiosity about the world and come away with unforgettable memories and special friendships. It can also help you memorably mark a special occasion, whether it’s an anniversary, birthday, retirement, honeymoon or other milestone.
The minimum age to take our expeditions is 12, but we will consider younger guests on a case-by-case basis.
Shortly after booking, your guest services manager will mail you more details about your trip. This dedicated professional will be your main point of contact. He or she will provide you additional information leading up to your departure and is available to answer any questions via phone or email.
Prior to departure, you will receive a set of amenities for your trip. These may include a wheeled bag, a backpack, packing cubes and other useful travel items.
Our trips are a unique opportunity for like-minded travelers who are interested in learning and exploring to come together. The strong friendships forged on our trips continue long after guests return home and open the door to more travel adventures.
On expeditions with 20 or more travelers, daily activities will be divided into intimate groups of 6 to 12, so you never feel like you’re part of a crowd. On all trips, we offer numerous activity options at each destination such as: guided small-group sightseeing, curated shopping, and exclusive visits to museums and landmarks. Other examples include more active options like hikes or snorkeling, as well as unforgettable moments like an intimate guided exploration of Angkor Wat and our hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti.
TCS World Travel is committed to maintaining the quality and safety of the expedition for all participants. Overall, our trips give you the freedom to set your own pace. Each destination on every itinerary offers a variety of options with different activity levels. In some, you may only be walking for short periods of time and have more downtime between excursions, while in others, you may spend the entire day touring or walking over uneven terrain. You may, of course, choose to have a day off and relax at any location.
On all our expeditions, you can expect the following:
- Uneven ground/frequent walking up to one mile at any given time
- Walking up the steps to the jet, as many foreign airports do not have jetways
- Trip pace—only one to three nights in each stop with some late-night activities and early-morning departures
- Time zone changes
- High altitude (some expeditions)
- Changes to your ‘normal’ routine: unique cuisine, frequent packing/unpacking
We will make reasonable efforts to accommodate participants with special needs; however, we cannot accommodate wheelchairs or walkers. If you require a slower pace, extra assistance, or the use of a cane or walking stick, arrangements can be made for private touring at each destination. Any extra cost for such arrangements will be the responsibility of the participant.
Trip Pace Definitions
These icons refer to the overall pace of the trip and not to specific activities at each destination. For example, an expedition classified as moderate or relaxed in overall pace can still offer active options such as hiking or snorkeling.
- Active Pace: Almost every day fully scheduled, and/or longer flight durations; expedition crosses multiple time zones
- Moderate Pace: Downtime opportunities every three or four days, and/or shorter flight durations; crosses fewer time zones
- Relaxed Pace: Many opportunities for relaxation, and/or three-night minimum stays in most destinations
Before TCS travels to any destination, we vet it for safety. We and our consultant medical advisors, Dr. Thomas Burke and the BostonMD team, closely monitor all health situations. We monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), the US Department of State, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and other third-party destination experts, and are consulting with our trusted local suppliers to evaluate travel to all locations featured on our expeditions.
The beauty of private jet travel is the ease of pivoting. If we need to change an itinerary for any reason, we can use our contacts in countries worldwide to assist us with making alternate arrangements for our group. These changes could be made well in advance of arrival or even while we are in the air en-route to a given location.
On many expeditions, a trip physician will be available to consult with you at your request about general medical health issues such as upper-respiratory infections or gastro-intestinal upsets, which are not uncommon on this type of trip. Should you become seriously ill en route, the trip physician will be able to liaise with local physicians at your request and, if necessary, your medical providers back home, to assist in determining what further care you may require.
On-Trip Activity Level
This is an active program which requires a serious health assessment. There will be walking excursions at nearly every location, and you will need to climb stairs at some of the sites, as well as when you board and disembark the aircraft. There are some airports where you will be responsible for transporting your small wheeled overnight bag. We will have some early-morning departures and late-night activities, and may travel through multiple time zones.
To help counterbalance the carbon footprint that results from flying, TCS World Travel offsets carbon emissions for all flights. TCS has partnered with Sustainable Travel International, a global non-profit organization with 15 years of experience developing successful carbon offset programs for the travel industry. Sustainable Travel International has calculated the carbon footprint of all TCS jet trips starting in 2019 and purchases highly vetted carbon offsets equivalent to that amount.
Our luggage allowances are based on the type of aircraft on which the expedition is offered. On the custom Boeing 757 or Airbus A321 planes, luggage typically is limited to two checked bags: the wheeled bag we mail you and one additional large suitcase of your own. On expeditions on smaller aircraft like the Fokker 70, guests are allowed the wheeled bag we mail you and one additional smaller bag due to weight restrictions. Bags will be stored in the hold of the jet during our flights, but you will be allowed to take your backpack and another small personal item, such as purse or camera bag, along with you in the cabin.
On many trips, a dedicated expedition staff member handles your luggage throughout the journey. In many destinations, our staff will transfer your luggage directly from the plane to your hotel room. In others, you may be required to walk your bags through customs before handing them over to our staff, but we take over from there. Secure vehicles accompanied by a dedicated expedition staff member are used to transfer luggage between the airport and the hotel on arrival and departure. Often times, your bag is in your room by the time you’re checked into the hotel.
We suggest you bring comfortable clothing that can be layered. One of your most important items is a pair of comfortable shoes for walking. Our guests generally dress up a little for the welcome and farewell dinners, but this is their choice and is certainly not required. Also, you will find slightly more formal dining options at many of the hotels where we stay. For this reason, you may want to bring a few nicer outfits. A more detailed packing list with specific clothing recommendations will be sent to you closer to the departure date. While you’re packing, please keep in mind that laundry services are available at most of our hotels. We also recommend you leave extra space in your suitcase to bring home souvenirs of your journey.
TCS World Travel is committed to safeguarding the security of its guests on every expedition. The company has implemented a set of security processes throughout the journey – from before guests depart to when they touch down in a destination. These processes have been fine-tuned over two decades and more than 300 private jet expeditions and thousands of custom trips to help ensure peace of mind for everyone involved.
All guests departing on expeditions with international destinations must have valid passports to participate in the program. Passports must be valid at least six months beyond the end date of your expedition. If visas are required for the expedition, a visa kit will be sent to you approximately five months before departure. We work with an expediting service that helps make getting your required visas easier. Although you’re still required to fill out your visa forms and cover the application costs, they will review the application to make sure it’s complete and liaise with the necessary consulates and embassies to process your visas.
For expeditions that include international border crossing, we pre-fill your customs and immigrations forms at every stop—all you have to do is sign. Where possible, our guests enjoy special privileges, such as expedited customs and immigration formalities. We may have a dedicated customs counter for our group and are occasionally allowed to go through without individual clearance.
The price of your expedition incorporates large items like the jet, hotels, transportation and meals, but it also includes many other things, such as activities, top-of-the-line guides, private dinners in restaurants, beverages and every single tip (guides, restaurants, hotel staff, drivers, etc.). In addition, we give you some “walking around money” in the local currency at each stop. We also supply you with all the bottled water you can drink all day every day. We even provide you with postcards that we mail for you—all you have to do is write.
Your expedition includes:
- Travel on a privately chartered jet
- First-class accommodations
- Ground transportation
- All meals and beverages, including select beer and wine
- All sightseeing activities, from guided small-group excursions and private shopping to more active options such as snorkeling and hikes
- Special events and private access
- Top local guides and/or on-trip experts
- A veteran expedition team who handles all logistics
- On some itineraries, a trip physician who accompanies you throughout your journey
- All gratuities
- Luggage handling
- Bottled water
Your expedition does not include:
- Commercial airfare between your home city and departure/arrival destination
- Optional and additional accident/baggage/cancellation insurance
- Passport and visa fees
- Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone and fax fees
- All beverages not mentioned above as included
- Hotel minibar charges
- Meals not scheduled by TCS World Travel
- Inoculation and medication costs of any kind
To reserve your place on the expedition, complete and sign a reservation form and return it with your deposit. The deposit can be made by check, wire transfer, or by a major credit card such as American Express, Visa and MasterCard. If you pay your initial deposit by credit card, it is fully refundable until you sign the reservation form. Subsequent payments are payable by check or wire transfer, made out to the account indicated on the reservation form.
If you cancel your reservation or change your plans, your right to receive a refund is limited, as set forth in the trip payment schedule. All cancellations will become effective as of the date of the postmark or email receipt. All requests for refunds must be sent to TCS World Travel in writing via mail, fax or email.
If you are traveling solo and prefer the privacy of your own room, you will be charged a solo traveler supplement. This ensures that individual travelers will get the same type and size rooms as our double occupancy travelers.
The Jet tour is operated by TCS World Travel, dedicated to delivering immersive, worry-free travel experiences for the globally curious and modern luxury traveler. The aircraft is operated by Titan Airways, an IOSA-certified airlines with over 30 years of experience in bespoke air charter travel.
We strongly recommend purchasing insurance to protect your travel investment. We offer a best-in-class trip insurance program available exclusively to guests on our group jet expeditions. Our program provides unique benefits that you won’t find anywhere else in the insurance market, including:
- Insurance for your entire trip cost in a single streamlined plan
- The ability to purchase the plan and waive pre-existing conditions any time up until final payment
- COVID-19 coverage, with the option to cancel before your trip departs
- Flexibility to pay in installments and insure your trip as you go
Our insurance program also includes these additional benefits for your peace of mind:
- No-risk guarantee allowing you to cancel your plan within 10 days and receive a full refund
- Coverage for trip cancellation/interruption, baggage loss, emergency dental and more
- Option to add on Cancel For Any Reason ("CFAR") coverage for up to 75 percent of your trip cost
If you would like a personalized quote, or have any questions about our insurance program, please contact our Guest Relations team at 800.454.4149.