This most expensive trip will cover 150 countries, all heritage sites and more

Travel On The Dollar
March 26, 2013  •  1 min(s) read

If you have £990,000 (approx $1.5 million) then you must go on a two-year trip of a lifetime that is launched by and London-based luxury travel agent Hurlingham Travel.

Called as “Every world heritage site in one holiday”, the itinerary includes some 962 bucket-list destinations such as Forbidden City in Beijing, Cambodia’s Angkor temples, Egypt’s pyramids, Machu Picchu in Peru, glorious Taj Mahal of India and Mexico’s ancient mountain city of Monte Albán, among many others. All the UNESCO World Heritage sites will hopefully get ticked off on the epic journey.

Monte Alban. Mexico
Monte Alban. Mexico

Covering over 150 countries, the trip includes business or first class flights, stay in world’s finest hotels and you will visit the places that are safe and pragmatic.

The company will take a small nonrefundable deposit in order to create the itinerary because it’s an extensive amount of work and will donate £5,000 (approx $7,600) to charity, which is included in the price.

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