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Dreammaker Offering 50 Guests a Round-the-World Jaunt for $13 Million

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Taking a trip with 50 family members and friends sounds like a dream to some and a nightmare to others. Something that might be appealing to both parties: The trip snakes around the world, hitting 20 destinations in 20 days, in a privately outfitted Boeing 767, with a second business jet in tow for your additional travel companions.

The first of its kind, Dreammaker’s Passport to 50 is arguably the most opulent all-inclusive journey on the planet. Designed for elite clientele, the $13-million trip offers an array of once-in-a-lifetime experiences ranging from a $50,000 charity poker tournament with the top ranked player in the world to an in-flight yoga session. The package borrows its name from the 50 industry experts that travel onboard, arranging on-the-ground experiences in their respective fields. In line with the theme, guests receive a set of 50 diamond-embedded swizzle sticks worth $1 million created by World of Diamonds.

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After starting in Koh Samui, Thailand, Passport to 50 sends travelers to Siem Reap, Cambodia; Kathmandu, Nepal; Agra, India; Florence and Siena, Italy; Cannes and Moulinet, France; London; Barcelona, Ibiza, and Marbella, Spain; Marrakesh, Morocco; Havana, Cuba; Knoxville, Tennessee; Kona, Hawaii; El Nido, Philippines; a mystery destination; and concludes in Manila. Each stop has its own special quirks. For example, in London, Hotel 41 would recast itself to become “Hotel 50,” replacing the mosaic tile flooring, commissioning new monogrammed bed and bath linens, and even raising a “Hotel 50” flag for your stay; and in Asia, guests would be treated to a blessing by 50 monks amidst 50,000 lotus petals. Noticing a theme?

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Although just 12 percent of the trip’s total travel time is spent in the air, there’s still a lot of downtime getting from destination to destination, so Dreammaker makes the most of the 31,000 miles traveled. Both flights incorporate a holistic program developed by a hypnotherapist, which integrates cutting-edge wearable sleep technology with alternative wellness techniques. These include hypnotherapy, Reiki healing, Ayurvedic medicine, and a professional acupuncturist—all while the plane’s aloft. Rest assured, travelers will arrive well rested. See a sample of the trip below.

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Currently scheduled to depart in August 2017, Dreammaker’s Passport to 50 package costs $13,875,000 for a party of up to 50 people. The travel company also donates a portion of the proceeds from the adventure to charities like Water.org, Starlight Children’s Foundation, Make- a-Wish Foundation, and Whole Child International. Click here for more info.

RealClearLife Staff