TORONTO — Four Seasons has revealed its latest lineup of Private Jet itineraries for 2025, including the International Intrigue, African Wonders and World of Adventures.
International Intrigue (July 27 to August 19, 2025): Seattle – Tokyo – Hoi An – Maldives – Serengeti – Istanbul and Ephesus – Budapest – Cap-Ferrat
The International Intrigue journey includes a stay at the newly renovated and award-winning Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at Sultanahmet, where guests can enjoy the city’s oldest district just steps away from iconic landmarks such as the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. Travellers will enjoy Anatolian cuisine at Avlu Restaurant and savour artisanal cocktails from the rooftop Süreyya Teras Lounge. Days trips include Ephesus, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and a guided tour to see the remains of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World.
Cap Ferrat, a recent addition to the 2025 roster, offers a journey through Southern France, from a cruise of the Côte d’Azur to a test drive with a Ferrari or Porsche along the coast.
African Wonders (August 20 to September 1, 2025): Athens – Cairo/Pyramids – Serengeti – Mauritius – Rwanda – Victoria Falls – Johannesburg
Travellers will enjoy access to the Pyramids of Giza, a champagne breakfast in the bush after a sunrise hot-air balloon flight in the Serengeti, a day of family golf at signature courses designed by Ernie Els and Bernhard Langer during a stay at Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita and an immersive arts-and-crafts tour in Johannesburg.
Nature lovers can embark on a day drip to Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World or a photo safari in Akagera National Park in Rwanda.
World of Adventures (September 10 to October 3, 2025): Seattle – Kyoto – Bali – Seychelles – Rwanda – Marrakech – Bogotá – Galápagos – Fort Lauderdale
This adventure includes a white-water rafting experience along the Ayung River in Bali; a hike through the mountains of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park and an intimate Zen meditation session at the Shoden Eigen-In Temple in Kyoto. Recently extended due to overwhelming guest demand, the early arrival provides guests a full day to marvel at the lava-sculpted landscapes on North Seymour Island from land and sea.
“As we continue to enhance our collection of extraordinary travel journeys – on land, at sea, and in the sky – the Four Seasons Private Jet Experience continues to be a favourite among our guests,” says Alejandro Reynal, president and CEO, Four Seasons. “The overwhelmingly positive feedback we receive is a testament to the desire for immersive, seamless, and personalized travel experiences, and inspires us to continually innovate and evolve this offering, raising the bar so that we can continue to exceed the expectations of our guests.
“At the core of our brand are the connections we make with our guests, through unscripted moments of care that create unforgettable travel experiences,” says Marc Speichert, executive VP and Chief Commercial Officer, Four Seasons. “Whether curating excursions that truly showcase the heart of a destination or delivering the highest levels of anticipatory service within the walls of our hotels, our journey and property teams go above and beyond to understand guest feedback and make each journey even more extraordinary than the last.”