Custom Travel by Private Jet

Lions, Tigers and Tradewinds

An Inspirational Itinerary to Kick-Start Your Dreams

A Fully Customizable Itinerary by Private Jet

To kick-start your travel dreams we’ve curated an expedition through Asia and Africa that weaves together some of our favorite places on the planet. This immersive journey showcases sensuous landscapes and captivating biodiversity in lesser-traveled locales.

Each trip is fully customizable based on your preferred dates, destinations, tempo, and style of accommodations.

Lions, Tigers and Tradewinds

2+ Guests
17 Days
5 Countries

Choose your dates and travel companions

Best time to go: November to March

Customizable Lions, Tigers and Tradewinds Itinerary

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Relax after your international flight at this intimate Palm Islands beach resort.

One&Only The Palm
1 Night

Hajar Mountains, Oman

A short morning flight takes you from a private terminal at Dubai international airport to Muscat. Visit the National Museum of Oman for an introduction of the country’s heritage before embarking on a beautiful drive to the fabled Green Mountain. Dine privately and relish dramatic canyon views. Over the next two days explore this stunning mountainous region: Nizwa’s grand souq, Bronze Age rock art, Iron Age tombs of Wadi Tanuf canyon, the date palm oasis Misfat, and the golden sand dunes of Wahiba. Spend your last night under desert stars in a comfortable tented camp.

Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort
- Plus Private Desert Camp
3 Nights

Kaziranga National Park, India

Kaziranga lies in the heart of Assam, on the edge of the Eastern Himalaya. The park is a UNESCO world heritage site and renowned as one of the finest wildlife refuges in the world. Its mix of grasslands, wetlands and forests shelter the world’s largest population of greater one-horned rhino, as well as significant numbers of other rare species such as tigers, Asian elephant, wild water buffalo and eastern swamp deer. Explore this diverse area on morning and afternoon game drives, and take a cruise on the Brahmaputra River looking for Ganges river dolphins.

Diphlu River Lodge
3 Nights

Hampi, India

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi, in the state of Karnataka, is the legacy of the Vijayanagar empire and once prospered as one of the richest cities in India before it was pillaged and abandoned in 1565. Over 1,000 well-preserved stone monuments are scattered across an undulating landscape of rocky outcrops and open plains dotted with rice paddies. This ancient city of ruins presents a vast outdoor museum of exquisite forts, royal complexes and ornate temples. Owing to recent improvements in lodging and infrastructure, the New York Times listed Hampi as the second must-see global destination in 2019.

Evolve Back Kamalapura Palace
3 Nights

Mahé, Seychelles

Fly direct to Mahé, the largest of the 115 Seychelles islands, a remote archipelago suspended in the sparkling blue Indian Ocean. The island’s quiet, white powdered beaches and striking granite rock formations give way to a mountainous interior, largely covered with dense green cloud forest. Staying at an exclusive resort, your days can be as full or as unstructured as you desire. Diving is exceptional amid sculpted granite rocks ablaze with colorful corals and an array of marine life. Critically endangered hawksbill sea turtles may be spotted underwater, and on shore between December and March when they lay their eggs on the beach.

Anantara Maia Seychelles Villas
3 Nights

Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

After landing in Nairobi, a short bush flight transports you to Africa's famed savanna, where a Maasai guide will join you for cocktails and describe the traditional practices of the Maasai people, and their enduring relationship with the land and its wild inhabitants. For the following two days, settle into a schedule of morning and afternoon game drives in an area unrivaled for its constant flow of wildlife. View the landscape from aloft a hot air balloon; or gain experience on the ground during an insightful, Maasai-guided walking safari.

Saruni Mara
3 Nights

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Return to Dubai on your private jet and connect with your commercial flight home.

In Our Travelers' Words

At the end of the day our travelers are most qualified to describe the African safari experience, and they certainly say it best.

The Peacock Family
Multi-Generational Safari

"Our youngest, Emily is almost 7. And mom and dad are in their late 70's. And the rest of us fall somewhere in between - and I can tell you we ALL just had the best time! It's tricky to have a plan that appeals to everyone. The thought of our daily adventure was so exciting, that no one minded the early morning wake-ups - not even the teenagers! They were often the first ones on the jeep - as they couldn't wait to start the drive each day."

The Ousterhout Family
Family Safari

"My father-in-law had always wanted to go to Africa, and invited us all to go with him to celebrate his 80th birthday. We went with no expectations, and the trip was beyond anything we could have imagined. In each camp we were exhilarated to be so unbelievably close to animals. Our guides really turned the safari into an educational experience for the girls with in-depth discussions on not just the wildlife, but also history, culture, and the relationship between tourism and the environment. It was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime trip – but we hope to return."

Pat & Art Hoeft
Photographic Safari

"This was our first Africa visit; we'd thought about it for years and then in my husband's semi-retirement we thought that if we didn't do it NOW it would never happen. We arranged to travel with my husband's brother and wife. The photographic opportunities were myriad and truly stupendous. We were up and out in the Land Cruiser before sunrise each day to catch photos of wildebeests and, one morning, elephants, silhouetted with acacias on a ridge line as the sun rose. We ended our days with late-night nibbles with a choice of "one more for the road" and new friends from across the English-speaking world."

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