Foreign tourists take photos on a street of lanterns in Hoi An. Photo by Tran Hung
Canadian hotel company Four Seasons has announced the launch of a luxury private jet tour in 2024, passing through seven Asian destinations, including the ancient town of Hoi An.
The tour titled New Asia Unveiled is set to last 16 days from Jan. 16 to 24, allowing visitors to experience UNESCO heritage sites and wonders in Asia, the company said online.
Visitors will raft through the vine gorges in Bali, take part in a private samurai lesson in Tokyo, go on a turtle safari in the Maldives and spend an evening trying Vietnam’s famous street food in Hoi An where you Enjoy a bike tour of Cam Kim Island, famous for its traditional handicraft villages.
The tour costs $135,000 per adult, including private jet, hotel accommodations, food and beverages. It does not include flights to the point of departure, visa fees or food and beverages consumed outside of daily meals.
Leading U.S. tour operator TCS World Travel also plans to launch private jet tours next year, allowing visitors to discover wonders on six continents, including Da Nang and Hoi An.
Hoi An is a UNESCO heritage site famous for its tranquil atmosphere and diverse culture.
Vietnam reopened its borders to foreign tourists and lifted most Covid restrictions in March this year after more than two years of lockdowns.