Is there any better way to travel the world than by private jet? Well, I would like to firmly answer probably not. With this amazingly over-the-top vacation you can travel in style from Central America to South America and back up again, covering some of the most beautiful places in the southern hemisphere. Although the price tag may resemble that of a mid-sized car, I thought I'd completely indulge my travel fantasies just this once. Keep reading after the jump to see the ultimate outfit and some destination tips. File under so decadent.
- What: 16-day tour of Central and South America via Florida by private jet with National Geographic Team
- Where: Guatemala, Peru, Argentina, Brazil and Costa Rica
- What's Included: Trips to Mayan and Incan sites, the Amazon rainforest, Wildlife Refuges along the way, hotel accommodations at the Ritz Carlton in Florida and the Four-Seasons Costa Rica among many smaller hotels in between, catered meals and who could forget the private Boeing 757 for 78 passengers
- How Much: $46,950 per person double occupancy
- What to Pack: Evian spray, Trail Mix, breathable separates and layers, a colorful scarf
- Flying Etiquette: Always leave your seatbelt fastened for the whole ride; avoid salty snacks and carbonated drinks which can leave you feeling bloated; moisturize, moisturize, moisturize; no reading on this flight, enjoy the scenery instead
- Tech Update: The Pentax Optio RS1500 is one of the hottest cameras on the market today and with its slim design, high power zoom features and interchangeable faceplates it's perfect for capturing all those high-altitude shots.
The Ultimate Outfit:
Top: Wool and the Gang Tala open-knit cotton tank
Shorts: Elizabeth and James Jacques belted silk shorts
Jacket: Stella McCartney Botanical-print cotton jacket
Necklace: Marni metal and bead necklace
Bag: Alexander Wang Diego silver stud leather bucket bag
Shoes: Lanvin leopard-print ballerina flats
[Images via: National Geographic, Net-a-porter]