Fly, stay and experience the finest in life with Robb Report’s new around-the-world Global excursion

Luxury specialists Robb Report has announced the debut of their “Around the World with Robb Report: A Global Journey by Private Jet,” luxury voyage offering travel enthusiasts rare and exclusive experiences in some of the world’s most extraordinary destinations. Taking off from October 13 to November 4, 2016, this journey of a lifetime has been custom designed by Robb Report’s editorial staff and will be operated by the private-jet tour company TCS World Travel, which has nearly 25 years of experience curating personalized experiences and trips.

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While the concept is not new since luxury hotel operator Four Seasons launched their private jet adventure, this new voyage brings with it the expertise right out of the pages of the Robb Report, taking travelers to several of the world’s most luxurious hotels, offering them insider experiences in the realms of luxury automobiles, jewelry, yachts, wine, wellness, and more.
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“As editors, we look at travel in terms of story, and the narrative for this trip will follow a fascinating path through the seas of the South Pacific, the savannas of the Serengeti, and several other amazing destinations,” says Editorial Director Bruce Wallin. “From our festive send-off in Hawaii to the fitting finale at our Car of the Year event, the Around the World journey will be the ultimate experience for the luxury traveler.”

The trip is open to only 52 guests, who will fly around the world in a customized Boeing 757-200ER outfitted with 180-degree flatbed seats handcrafted in Italy. Onboard an executive chef as well as journey managers will be available to address to each traveler’s specific interests at every destination, ensuring a personalized experience for every guest.
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Embarking from Honolulu, the global journey will take the 52 travelers to:
-Fiji, where guests will stay at the 28-villa Vomo Island Resort that sits on a private island in a remote location, accessible only via helicopter, seaplane, or speedboat and offers its guests exceptional snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and other water sports activities.

-Melbourne, for two days where they will stay in the city’s premier hotel, the Crown Towers Melbourne and indulge in a private dinner in one of the world’s top restaurants, visits to the famed Queen Victoria Market, and winery tours in nearby Yarra Valley.

-Bali, where they will be indulged in the Robb Report Best of the Best spa resort Como Shambhala Estate for three days of wellness led by the meditation authority Dr. Madhav Goyal, of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Guests will also enjoy hiking, temple visits, and any other optional activities they chose to on the lush Indonesian island.

-Sri Lanka, where they will stay at the serene Cape Weligama, another Robb Report Best of the Best resort, from which guests can explore the tropical beaches, tranquil lagoons, fragrant teahouses, and historic sites of the island’s southern tip.

-Serengeti, where the guests will check-in at Singita Grumeti, the world’s ultimate luxury safari destination. The 350,000-acre property will offer the guests a grand wildlife adventure complete with private chefs, butlers, and expert trackers.

-Marrakech, where guests will stay in the opulent riads of Royal Mansour, the palatial retreat within the walls of the old city and experience a private shopping excursion in the medina, a round of golf in the Palmeraie, or a visit to a Berber village.

-Bermuda, where they will stay at the Rosewood Tucker’s Point, home to an 18-hole golf course and Bermuda’s largest private white-sand beach club. The guests arrive just before the 35th America’s Cup giving them a chance to witness the professional sailing teams in action or explore the coastline via yacht.

Each guest will also have the opportunity to get behind the wheels of some of the planet’s finest new vehicles including the Bugatti, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Aston Martin and more – and will help the editors select Robb Report’s next Car of the Year.

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