Visiting Norway is high on the travel bucket list — right next to Alaska and “anywhere out of the house” — but it feels like the means of transportation should equal the fantastic destination.
What’s the expression? When in Norway, do as the Norwegians do? I’m not sure the Norwegians jet around on a superyacht and private jet but an amazing entrance is always suggested — especially into foreign countries.
Just $300K and the trip is booked. Over quarter of a million dollars is probably the craziest entrance a human can make. Does it come with presentation horns like when the king enters?
Hob nob with Norwegian locals on a 10-night tour of the artic’s natural wonders. The private party, designed for up to 12 people, begins in Bodo and ends in Svalbard. After the jet trip, a fully loaded private expedition yacht transports guests across 24,000 square miles of unspoiled arctic wilderness. The boat boasts a helicopter pad, sauna and massage treatment rooms and expansive suites with 180 degree views.
The itineraries are completely customizable — watching polar bears hunt for seals, kayaking around icebergs or hike across frozen tundra — and visit parts of Norway few human feet have ever touched.
More places to check out are listed on the official Visit Norway website. Or just wing it. For that much cash, you do what you want.