A British web company, VeryFirstTo.com, has begun marketing world’s most expensive luxury trip on two-year itinerary at the cost of 1 million per couple. This Globe-trotting adventure takes to 962 UNESCO world heritage sites including Egypt’s pyramids, Peru’s Machu Picchu, India’s Taj Mahal and Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley, Sagarmatha National Park, Chitwan National Park and Lumbini-the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha etc.
The founder Marcel Knobil said: “There is no doubt that this will be one of most thrilling, memorable and inspiring experiences that a couple could ever wish for.”
“Very First To attracts those who like to be the very first to have and do wonderful luxury things whatever the price tag – this trip certainly fulfills the criteria,” added Knobil.
The trip will be done in luxury, first-class travel on all flights and accommodation at the world’s most famous luxury hotels, including the George V in Paris and the New York Plaza. It also includes a £5,000 donation to UNESCO.