The 21-day trip starts in Nice, France. After visiting nearby Monaco, participants enjoy the scenery as they drive a fully loaded Range Rover SVAutobiography towards Lake Como, Italy. They take a quick stroll through the Alps before flying off to the town of Marrakech in Morocco, where they’ll stay for three days. The African leg of the trip allows the travelers to become familiar with the beautiful Atlas mountains and the arid desert on the outskirts of Ouarzazate.
The next step takes participants to national parks in Utah, Arizona, and Colorado. After three days in the American West, the globetrotters head for the Atacama Desert in Chile, fly over to Sydney, Australia, and, finally, board a plane to Tasmania. On the 22nd day, the participants take one last flight to London, England.
Land Rover has booked some of the world’s nicest — and costliest — hotels and restaurants. The trip isn’t all driving, either, and the car maker has planned a long list of activities all around the world. Travelers can take personalized fragrance-making classes in the hills of Provence, embark on a private cruise over Lake Como, ride a helicopter up to the top of a glacier in the Alps for a quick picnic, hike, bike, and even get a behind-the-scenes tour of the Sydney Opera House.
Unsurprisingly, a luxurious world trip behind the wheel of a Range Rover is eye-wateringly expensive. Prices start at £100,000, a sum that converts to nearly $143,000. Thankfully, participants can work with Abercrombie & Kent, the travel agency that Land Rover has teamed up with, to customize every part of the voyage.
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