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Begin Your Next 16-Day Adventure on a Private Jet Adventure
Added: Thu 10th Aug 17

From October 8 - 24, 2017, embark on an unforgettable private jet adventure to discover the wonders of Asia's dynamic cities, imposing mountains, fascinating jungles and pristine beaches – all from the comfort of a luxury Gulfstream G200. Spend your days exploring and your nights in the unsurpassed elegance of Asia’s Aman destinations with exclusive cocktail and dinner parties.

Begin at the stunning Amanfayun in Hangzhou, described by Marco Polo as the most beautiful city in the world, before continuing your 16 night journey to the idyllic city of Lijiang and on to the mystical Kingdom of Bhutan to explore the sacred secrets of Himalayan Buddhism. Discover Indian ruins from the lush vantage of the Amanbagh oasis, and see Bengal tigers from your luxury tented camp in Ranthambore National Park. Immerse yourself in colonial elegance at Amangalla, built into the stone of the Galle Fort, and unwind in oceanfront opulence on the southern Sri Lankan coast.

This expedition is limited to eight couples who will fly on two Gulfstream G200s, carrying four couples per jet. The itinerary is personalized, with a private car, driver and guide for each couple every day.  Airport transfers are also private with your own luxury vehicle and guide.

Price: $64,888 per person
Single traveler supplement: $23,000

All prices are based on two persons sharing a room. For those desiring a single room, a single supplement has been provided and is subject to space available (maximum 2 single occupancy travelers).

2017 Expedition Highlights
 October 8 - 10: Amanfayun, Hangzhou, China

Begin your adventure at Amanfayun in Hangzhou, one of China’s most romantic cities, with gorgeous West Lake surrounded by thousand-year-old temples, cobblestone streets and the natural beauty of bamboo forests. Explore the charms of ancient Hangzhou or take a bullet train to nearby Shanghai, China’s most exciting city and a global economic powerhouse.  

October 10 - 12: Amandayan, Lijang, China
Journey by private jet onwards to the region of Lijiang in northwest Yunnan Province. The old town is so well preserved it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Amandayan, is set in the lush green Chinese countryside, you can wander amid traditional Naxi-style dwellings and courtyards and take tea and delectable dim sum with a view.

October 12 - 14: Amankora Thimphu, Thimphu, Bhutan
Board the jet again and set your next course for Bhutan, and its capital city of Thimphu. Here in the last remaining Himalayan Buddhist kingdom, a succession of whitewashed lodges, designed in the ancient Dzong style, surround a central courtyard, standing in a blue pine forest. From here at peaceful Amankora Thimphu, you are well placed to discover the unique Bhutanese culture in this charming city.

October 14 - 16: Amankora Paro, Paro Bhutan
Onwards to the home of some of Bhutan’s most sacred sights! Paro is the kingdom’s cultural heart. Nestled in stunning brush forest, Amankora Paro blends perfectly with the scenery, and is the ideal base from which to explore this naturally beautiful area filled with iconic treasures. Repose amid rustic earthen walls, with a warming fire in your suite, and enjoy views of the landscaped central courtyard or the valleys and streams beyond.

October 16 - 18: Amanbagh, Ajabgarb, Rajasthan, India
The chance to explore India's Pink City is not to be missed! You will make your touchdown in Rajasthan's Jaipur. Browse its bustling bazaars for jewelry and textiles and marvel at its sunset-hued architecture before you journey to Alwar and regal Amanbagh, with its pavilions, domes and walled courtyards. Once the site for staging royal hunts, the resort sits in a lush green oasis amid sandy dunes and immerses guests in Rajasthani elegance.

October 18 - 20:  Aman-I-Khas, Ranthambore, Rajasthan, India
Take a scenic drive through the dramatic terrain of northern India’s frontier lands to Ranthambore National Park. Once a royal hunting ground for the maharajas and their guests to pursue Bengal tigers, it became a protected national park in 1955 and the vast sprawl of grassland and brush forest now teems with spectacular exotic wildlife.

October 20 - 22:  Amangalla, Galle, Sri Lanka
After landing in Sri Lanka's colorful capitol, Colombo, you'll journey southwards down the coast to the historic walled city of Galle. Galle was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century and later taken over by the Dutch. Immerse yourself in the colonial comfort of beautiful Amangalla, built into the walls of the fort. At The Baths, Amangalla's tranquil spa, the therapies echo the cities mix of traditional, modern, east and west with an extensive menu of the newest beauty and wellbeing treatments, as well as authentic ayurvedic remedies.

October 22 - 24: Amanwella, Tangalle, Sri Lanka
The final stop on your journey brings you to the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Amid mature coconut palms, located in the heart of Wella Wathuara village, and set upon a long stretch of beautiful sandy beach, Amanwella welcomes you with oceanfront tranquility. Not far from the fishing town of Tangalle, where you can experience all the smells and flavors of the local produce market, you also have access to the village paths that wind through the jungle, which is home to photogenic flora and fauna.

For more information on this departure please contact Mollie Fitzgerald or call Frontiers at 1-800-245-1950.