Eat Your Way Around the World in 19 Days — on a Private Jet
Love food, will travel?
Got a spare $135,000 lying around?
If so, we’ve got just the tour for you, courtesy of the Four Seasons, the Toronto-based hotel brand that’s recently developed quite a side hustle in global tours at the tippy-top of the price scale. For $135K, jetsetting foodies can partake in the food tour to end all food tours. It spans 19 days, two continents (Europe and Asia) and nine cities: Seoul, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Chiang Mai, Mumbai, Florence, Lisbon, Copenhagen and Paris.
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Along the way, you’ll meet food biz superstars like Jiro Ono (the one who dreamed of sushi) in Tokyo, Alvin Leung Jr of the three-Michelin starred Bo Innovation in London, and Namae Shinobu of the kaiseki-inflected French fare at L’Effervescence.
Basically, if you love food, this tour is next-level bucket list, and we haven’t even mentioned the foraging expedition with Rene Redzepi of Copenhagen’s Noma, who curated the entire trip, dubbed “Culinary Discoveries.” Everybody will travel together on the brand’s 52-seat Boeing 757 and accommodations, obviously, will be booked at the local Four Seasons.
Interested? We mentioned the price. We didn’t mention the double occupancy requirement, so plan on recruiting a friend who cares just as much about food as you do. And clear your schedule between May 27 and June 14, 2017, because this is one vacation you’re not going to want to work through.
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