TORONTO — Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has released a sneak-peak video for its upcoming Culinary Discoveries journey — a recently announced Four Seasons Private Jet expedition developed in partnership with Copenhagen-based Noma and its acclaimed head chef René Redzepi.
The three-week Culinary Discoveries itinerary allows travellers to explore some of the world’s most exciting culinary destinations — including Chiang Mai, Copenhagen, Florence, Tokyo, Seoul and Paris — by visiting restaurants and private kitchens and joining local chefs and producers as they travel to markets and farms to taste the best of what is in season. Guests will also visit each location’s historical and cultural landmarks, many of which have influenced cuisine well beyond their borders while staying at Four Seasons hotels and resorts.
“The list of dining experiences alone is astounding,” says Javier Loureiro, director of Guest Experience and On-board Concierge at Four Seasons. “Other travellers could spend weeks or months trying to secure reservations at any of these restaurants, and then plan a special trip around one meal. Here, Four Seasons has secured the best tables and behind-the-scenes access, all in one incredible trip filled with opportunities to eat, drink and explore to your heart’s content.”
Alongside the new video, Four Seasons has also announced a special offer that’s exclusive to the Culinary Discoveries program; participating guests will now receive complimentary business-class airfare from their home cities to the starting point in Seoul, Korea and back from Paris — an approximate value of $5000 USD per person.
The sneak-peak video is available to view here.