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Experiences of a Lifetime October 31 - November 16, 2014

We are pleased to present Experiences of a Lifetime, a journey that captures a life’s worth of adventures in a single trip. Visit Petra, the ancient city half-built, half-carved in towering red cliffs more than 2,000 years ago, the Blue City of Jodhpur and the Taj Mahal, the beautiful bamboo forests of Rwanda inhabited by mountain gorillas, and Marrakech, steeped in Berber traditions.

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Voyage to Antarctica December 26, 2014 – January 7, 2015

Only in the last 100 years have legendary explorers like Ernest Shackleton opened up the world’s last frontier, and this winter—high summer in the Southern hemisphere—we invite you on what may be the most extraordinary travel experience of your life. Antarctica is astonishing, an otherworldly land of icebergs, blue glaciers, and jagged, snow-capped mountains.

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Around the World January 10 – February 2, 2015

From safari adventures in Botswana and incredible desert landscapes in Namibia, to discovering new cultures in the once-forbidden lands of Bhutan and Myanmar, our new Around the World itinerary is an eclectic collection of a few of our favorite travel experiences.

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Prehistoric Cave Art of Spain & France April 15 - 27, 2015

Traveling through northern Spain and southern France, explore 10 major European Ice Age art sites and two exact replicas of prehistoric caves; visit superb archaeological, ethnographic, and art museums; and admire charming medieval architecture.

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Africa by Private Jet May 12 - June 3, 2015

This incredible itinerary spans the continent and features eight UNESCO World Heritage sites. We witness the wildlife migration in Tanzania, Rwanda's mountain gorillas, the spectacular Namib Desert, Botswana's wetlands, visit Ethiopia's rock-hewn churches, and enjoy a train journey in South Africa.

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History's Lost Cities by Private Jet November 1 – 23, 2015

This journey highlights cities with mysterious intriguing pasts, legendary art, architecture, cultural heritage and outstanding scenery. Step back in time to the Lost City of Petra, the Persian capital of Baku, Azerbaijan, bustling Kathmandu, the sacred Buddhist city of Lhasa, Luang Prabang's golden temples, and emerging Myanmar.

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