The Most Luxurious Vacation In The World Costs $125,000 And It's Based In Africa
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The Most Luxurious Vacation In The World Costs $125,000 And It's Based In Africa

Africa , Kenya , Rwanda , Dubai , United Arab Emirates , Zimbabwe
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Feb 26, 2020

If you’re looking to ball out on a trip to The Motherland this year, we’ve got you covered. Roar Africa, an African-inspired travel company, has just announced it’s most luxurious trip to the continent.

The travel company has teamed up with major airline Emirates for the Roar Africa Emirates Executive Private Jet Safari

This September, the trip will take 10 travelers to four countries in 13 days. Not only will you get to luxuriously travel through these countries, you’ll also learn about conservation and how to help preserve the earth. 

A release sent out by Roar Africa recently says the trip is “an extraordinary ‘bucket list’ travel experience designed to preserve and support Africa’s wildlife, wild spaces, and communities.”

The release also states: “This is the first time that the premier airline [Emirates] has partnered with a travel specialist to curate an epic journey, with an ethos rooted in humanity, targeting sustainability and conservation. The life-changing itinerary delivers 10 guests in unbridled luxury to the four iconic African destinations that offer the ultimate adventure and encounters with environmental educators and conservation change makers.”

Travelers will begin their trip in Dubai and then board an Emirates A319 private jet. On the jet, they’ll have their own suites, private showers and powder rooms. There will also be a lounge that doubles as a restaurant and screening room. 

Deborah Calmeyer, CEO and founder of Roar says, “We have painstakingly selected profound destinations and intimate wildlife discovers to reveal what must be done to ensure that Africa’s people, nature, and animals survive and thrive.”

Travelers will land in Zimbabwe and stay at the Mpala Jena Camp. They’ll then experience a private tour of Victoria Falls and then travel by helicopter to Duba Plains Okavango Delta

According to the itinerary, “This truly remote location, north of the Moremi Game Reserve, is home to six bespoke tented suites with an indoor bathroom and shower, as well as an outdoor shower and a communal deck with a pool.” Travelers will be able to spot lions, elephants, buffalo and hippopotamus amongst other wild animals. 

From there, the experience heads to Mara Plains Camp in the Maasai Mara, Kenya. Travelers will spend three days there then head to Rwanda to see gorillas and stay at the Singita Kwitonda Lodge located in the Volcanoes National Park.

Although this safari adventure costs a whopping $125,000, it’s certainly the most luxurious way to explore Africa’s wildlife. 

Proceeds from the trip will go to the Great Plains Foundation