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A $100,000 Round-the-World Cruise

Earlier this year, the world’s longest passenger cruise set out from London — a 245-day luxury journey by Viking Cruises taking in six continents, 51 countries and 111 ports.
But what about those who want to see multiple destinations on one epic global adventure, but lack the time or the disposition for a lengthy sea journey?
Well, there’s always an air cruise. A chartered, specially configured aircraft sets out on a two- to three-week itinerary, often around the globe, stopping at world-class destinations along the way, such as Easter Island, Machu Picchu and the Taj Mahal.
It’s not cheap — most products are for the few that can afford a vacation above the $100,000 mark, although some more “budget” options are starting to appear.