Four Seasons' Private Jet service
will add its first Latin America-based luxury-jet excursion in 2019 when it will join the company's International Intrigue and Timeless Encounters itineraries.
The Latin Escape itinerary will be 16 days, instead of the 24 days for the company's other two itineraries for 2019. Latin Escape will start in Miami, where guests will have dinner at the Versace Mansion; continue on to Costa Rica, where guests can ride zip lines; move on to Buenos Aires, which includes a side trip to Iguassu Falls and a concert at Teatro Colon; continue to Bogota, Colombia, where guests will receive private salsa lessons; and include a stop in the Galapagos, where guests will be housed on a private ship with snorkeling and hiking excursions included.
The itinerary, which starts Feb. 9, 2019, is priced at $98,000 per person, based on double occupancy.
Four Seasons will also bring back its International Intrigue, whose itinerary starts March 25, 2009 and includes stops in Seattle; Kyoto, Japan; the Serengeti; Marrakech; and St. Petersburg, Russia. Additionally, 2019 will include the Timeless Encounters itinerary, which kicks off Sept. 17 and includes stops in Kyoto; Bora Bora; Sydney; Agra (with a visit to the Taj Mahal); Prague; and London. Both itineraries will be priced at $140,000 per person, double, up from $135,000 for 2018.
The Latin Escape itinerary appears to be replacing the World of Adventures itinerary, which was added for 2018
but wasn't included for 2019. That 24-day itinerary, which starts Oct. 19, includes stops in the Seychelles, the Galapagos, Seattle, Bali and Rwanda.