A WEEK aboard SeaDream I seen here anchored off Portofino in Italy, kicks off one of the world’s rarest in holiday packages in May of next year. (SeaDream Yacht Club)

GET to your four African safaris that follow the Mediterranean with this private Boeing 757. (TCS World Travel). (Images: SeaDream Yacht Club and TCS World Travel)

Now this is a holiday …

IN his continuing search for the more weird and wondrous in this world, David Ellis says that in May of next year, just 100 people will share a unique 20-day Sea, Sky and Safari holiday on the Mediterranean and in Africa, from around a meagre $330,000 a couple to do so.

They’ll begin aboard the world’s highest-rated boutique motor cruiser, SeaDream I in the Mediterranean, and then zoom off to four countries in Africa in the luxury of two private Boeing 757 aircraft that will be reconfigured from 223 seats each to just 52 each, and in Africa enjoy the finest-possible in game viewing.

This rare experience will see the boutique SeaDream I sail from Barcelona to Nice by way of Spain’s Costa Brava including the Bay of Roses, France’s Provence, Portofino in Italy, and magical Cannes and Monte Carlo. During this time, SeaDream’s indulgences will include premium drinks from the open bars, wines at lunch and dinner, power and sail water-sports, a 30 international course golf simulator, and one crew member for every guest.

And while visiting Eze on the French Riviera there’ll be the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a Ferrari for a few hours unforgettable motoring…

Then from Nice it’s aboard TCS World Travel’s private Boeing 757s with their luxurious spaciousness and 52 Italian leather flatbed seats.

There’ll be visits to Rwanda, Botswana, South Africa and Morocco for safaris searching out mountain gorillas, lions, leopards, hyenas, hippos, elephants, giraffe, zebras and Cape buffalo, and even a meeting with a local Berber chieftain.

And to finish in style, off to London in that private jet for the flight home…

Isn’t all that worth $165,000 each? To find out all about it go to www.TCSWorldTravel.com
David Ellis, ellispr@bigpond.net.au