I don’t know if DreamMakers and DreamWeavers do the same thing if they do they have dreamed up a heck of a trip for 50 people. Luxury travel boutique DreamMaker and VeryFirstTo has worked together to design an around the world tour named, DreamMaker Passport to 50. Hope you have saved enough to take this trip because this is going to set you back $14 million ($13,875,000 million to be exact). For that money, you get to travel on a luxury Boeing 767 that is going to fly you to 20 cities in 20 days.
A lot of leg room is guaranteed during this trip. Instead of one Boeing, the hefty price gives you 2 Boeings. So the group 50 can easily be split into 2 and travel in luxury and comfort. The trip includes spending 50,000 kilometers in the air, even then they estimate only 12% of the total time will be spent in the air and 88% on the ground doing other things. To make even the short stays in the air is spent comfortably, DreamMaker has roped in hypnotherapist April Norris to develop a holistic program, which includes wearable sleep technology, hypnotherapy, Reiki healing, Ayurvedic medicine, and the attention of a doctor of acupuncture.
“It is irrelevant how big and beautiful your private jet is if you are unable to relax comfortably or get the required amount of sleep on the plane,” says Gregory Patrick Founder of DreamMaker. To ensure the utmost comfort for its guests, Passport to 50 will boast a one-to-one ratio of guest to staff, with a cast of 50 hand-picked professionals, each expert in their respective fields.
If you spend $14 million on a trip, you better return home with some serious souvenirs and not just some photos. DreamMaker has commissioned World of Diamonds Group to create fifty 18 karat gold bespoke Swizzle Sticks set with white and blue diamonds – worth $20,000 each. Those who have the means can try their luck at a $500,000 charity poker tournament, playing with a world’s top-ranked poker player.
The 20-day trip takes place in August 2017 and kicks off in Koh Samui, Thailand. Then things get interesting and include a stop in Kathmandu to meet with a Commanding General and 50 of his Gurkha officers; the Palio horse race in Siena; a private concert with Chris Botti under the stars in Marrakech; and diving for pearls in the South Sea. Other stops are Agra, India; Florence, Italy; Cannes and Moulinet, France; London, the U.K.; Barcelona, Ibiza and Marbella, Spain; Marrakech, Morocco; Havana, Cuba; Knoxville, Tennessee; Kona, Hawaii; El Nido, the Philippines; “A Secret Island”; before ending in Manila, the Philippines.
The DreamMaker Passport to 50 directly benefit children around the world through Experimental Giving program. They plan to distribute 2,500 bicycles to rural school children in Cambodia, a clean drinking project in the Philippines and building “fun centers” for 50,000 children battling life-threatening illnesses in the United Kingdom. Charity partners include Water.org, Starlight Children’s Foundation, Make-a-Wish Foundation, and Whole Child International.