Peace + Pleasure on the Silk Sea

Crystal Skye for Chinese New Year

From the South China Sea to Kenya!
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Crystal Cruises

Crystal Skye’s special Chinese New Year flights from Hong Kong will take you over a spectacular view of the South China Sea—and keep right on flying all the way to Kenya! The luxury and customized air “Crystal Skye Experience” is the world’s largest private jet tour—with destinations ranging from the Australian Outback to the African bush.

For USD 28,000 per person, the round trip adventure tickets from Hong Kong to Kenya run from 17 to 23 February, 2017 in time for the Year of the Dog. According to Crystal Skye, guests will be taken on a wildlife safari, “through the famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya” to see “cheetahs, elephants, zebras, lions, hippopotamus and more.”

Moreover, guests can, “Witness ancient African rituals including the ‘jumping dance’ of the Maasai tribe warriors. Accommodations at the Governor’s Camp mean more ‘glamping’ than camping with spacious, luxury tents and feasting in the wilds during elegant open-air dinners. Celebrate Chinese New Year with an authentic banquet prepared by a guest Chinese chef and revel in the juxtaposition of traditional red lanterns, ‘lai-see’ packets and lion dance against a stunning backdrop of lush grasslands and acacia woodlands.”

The plane is also a special experience. They state that, “The Crystal Exclusive Class seats that coddle Crystal Skye's 88 guests (in a plane originally conceived for over 300 passengers) are designed for maximum personal space and ergonomic comfort, and convert to 180-degree lie- flat beds. The expansive social lounge with stand-up bar fosters friendly camaraderie among luxury travelers. International cuisine will be prepared by an executive chef in two state-of-the-art galleys, and paired with a complimentary selection of wines, champagnes, beers and spirits.”

Additionally, guests get, “Bose(r) Noise Cancelling headphones, complimentary global WiFi, interactive TVs with on-demand programming and music library, individual USB ports and power outlets, and a live cockpit-to-ground listening channel.”

Sounds like crystal clear flying.

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