Around the World Ticket
Around the World Ticket – Time to Blow the Inheritance
To book an around the world ticket has to be on everyone’s bucket list.
I have constructed a few around the World tickets . This gives our clients the opportunity to see more of the World but also enables then to break the journey on that long flight out to and back from Australia and New Zealand.
An around the World ticket can include as many or as few destinations as you want. But it’s always good to mix it up a bit and think about the different experiences and cultures that you want to see. A trip around the World can be themed to include Michelin star restaurants , sporting events , wine tasting or maybe a combination of all three. On a Pope&Sons trip around the World we always start with a clean sheet . We then sit down with our clients ideally over a nice lunch to discuss what is important to them. The more challenging the better.
With the improvement in airline seating and entertainment a trip around the World isn’t as daunting as it might have been 25 years ago. We have listed below a few suggested itineraries for your consideration. But we are always open for a lunch and discussion to see how you could blow the inheritance on an amazing once in a lifetime around the world ticket.
Example Itineraries for Around the World Tickets
LONDON – DUBAI- SRI LANKA – AUSTRALIA – NEW ZEALAND – FIJI – LOS ANGELES-NEW YORK – LONDON
UK- PARIS – BANGKOK – TOKYO – NEW ZEALAND – TAHITI-SAN FRANCISCO – LONDON
LONDON – VIETNAM – CAMBODIA – PERTH- SYDNEY – NEW ZEALAND – HAWAII-LOS ANGLES – LAS VEGAS-LONDON
UK-SEOUL-TOKYO-AUSTRALIA-FIJI-LOS ANGLES LONDON
There is a variety of airlines available to construct a trip around the World. We have trusted suppliers on the ground in all destinations to ensure our clients are looked after.
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So are you ready to blow the inheritance and delete some items on that bucket list? If so please get in touch on 01926 935747 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your around the Word ticket.