Most Expensive Holiday in the World

3 March 2014

Most Expensive Holiday in the World

If you’ve been offered to go on the Most Expensive Holiday in the World, where would you go? What destinations would you choose? Well, the London-based Hurlingham Travel come to your favor and help with a holiday offer, to be more exact with the Most Expensive Holiday in the World.

From places like the Great Wall of China to the Grand Canyon the trip will amaze you and you’ll get to see all the 962 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in just two years. How great is that?

You get to fly on first-class and get to stay in the world’s most famous luxury hotels, including the George V in Paris, the New York Plaza, Cipriani in Venice and the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai.  Other stops include Vietnam’s Halong Bay, Petra in Jordan, Iguazu Falls at the border of Argentina and Brazil and Mount Athos and the Acropolis in Greece.

Most Expensive Holiday in the World
Hotel Plaza, NY

It costs £990,000 ($1.5 million) in this price is included a  £5,000 donation to UNESCO. It already has two “winners”: a Chinese student and an Italian businessman who are each ready to pay to embark on a two-year package holiday visiting more than 150 countries and will get to see around 1,000 of the world’s most famous tourist sites. Now both are preparing for their solo trip next year, although this kind of money allows them to bring a partner in fun.

Most Expensive Holiday in the World
The Great Wall of China

Andrew Barker, managing director of Hurlingham Travel told the Evening Standard: “This is certainly the most exciting trip we have ever organized and is the most remarkable travel adventure imaginable.”

Some of other destinations on the Most Expensive Holiday in the World are: Taj Mahal in India, The Forbidden City in China, The Church of the Spilled Blood in Russia, the Al-Dier monastery of Jordan, Grand Canyon National Park in the US, and the Machu Picchu in Peru, Orkney, Scotland and Rock Islands, Palau. He gets to visit all this as long as they are “safe and practical” to get to at the time (travelers are currently advised to avoid some world heritage sites including Aleppo and Leptis Magna in Libya).

Most Expensive Holiday in the World
The Forbidden City, China


So, now that you’ve seen our Most Expensive Holiday in the World what do you think about it? Would you want to spend two-years on the Most Expensive Holiday in the World? Who would you take with you? Leave your opinions in the comments and see who brings who. Don’t forget to share! 🙂