National Geographic Expeditions Wants You To See The World

 

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If you have 24 days to spare, National Geographic Expeditions wants you and the one you love to see the world like never before.   Although you don’t have to go to the end of the earth, you will go around the world while staying in some of the world’s most luxurious accommodations while traveling on a private jet.

The specially outfitted Boeing 757 is designed for the ultimate luxury and comfort for long range capabilities. The VIP-configured Boeing 757 private jet offers 75 passenger seats in a special 2×2 configuration, instead of the standard 233 seats. Travelers will get a chance to ignite their passions and wanderlust spirit on alongside a team of National Geographic experts on a 24-day expedition exploring 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Imagine the treasures that await you around the world, from an exotic mix of cultures, languages, and food.

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Samoa, well known for its hospitality, traditional ceremonies, and distinct communal custom, unveils a traditional Polynesian feast.  Visit the royal city of Angkor Thom and then cruise to nearby floating villages on Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia. Stay overnight in Nepal and explore the medieval city of Bhaktapur.

But the magic doesn’t stop there, an open-air museum of ancient stone villages awaits you in Easter Island, Chile. Explore one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites in Peru and enjoy snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.  Experience the lost city in Petra, Jordon, and explore the open-air market in Marrakech, Morocco. Go deep into the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, and get lost in the colorful Tibetan markets, and revel in the world’s greatest monument to love, the Taj Mahal in India.

This is just a snippet of the 24-day Around the World by Private Jet package by National Geographic Expeditions.  The Around the World package offers its guests a truly sublime experience.  Designed to suit those with the most discerning taste, National Geographic Expeditions will have you falling with the world as your backdrop.

 

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