With much of the world nearing a return to normal life, travel is finally starting to become a viable possibility once again. And it’s a good thing, too, because cabin fever is one illness for which the only cure is to get some much-needed time away from home and break free of that pandemic-induced isolation.
For the most discerning travelers looking to venture forth beyond the familiar, Four Seasons’ Uncharted Discovery experience should do just the ticket. That’s because it’s a 21-day expedition that takes passengers on a tour of the southern hemisphere by way of an all-new Airbus A321neo-LR private jet. The trip begins with a stay in New Orleans, where the city’s cocktails, authentic Creole food, and jazz scene make for the perfect pre-departure welcome. Afterward, travelers will continue southbound, exploring the jungles of Costa Rica, the ruins of Machu Picchu, and even Argentina’s legendary Iguazú Falls before touching down in Antarctica. Rounded out by a private concert from Columbia’s world-renowned Bogotá Philharmonic and a final stop in the Bahamas, it makes for a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’ll cost you though — to the tune of some $190,000.