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See the World for $1.5 Million

See the World for $1.5 Million

See the World for $1.5 Million

A gay guy or gal can dream, right? A British luxury travel operator is now offering travel packages that span two years, cost more than $1.5 million, and will take you to every one of UNESCO’s 962 World Heritage Sites.

A gay guy or gal can dream, right? A British luxury travel operator is now offering travel packages that span two years, cost more than $1.5 million, and will take you to every one of UNESCO’s 962 World Heritage Sites, Yahoo News reports.

The over-the-top itinerary includes the Taj Mahal in India, the pyramids in Egypt, and the Forbidden City in China, as well as less notorious sites such a Cohokia Mounds in Illinois. “This is certainly the most exciting trip we have ever managed, and is the most remarkable travel adventure imaginable,” Andrew Barker of Hurlingham Travel, which is organizing the tours, told The Daily Mail. Barker added that a donation of $7,500 will be made to UNESCO during each trip

Have a 1.5 million to spare? Check out more about the trip here.  If you’re like the rest of us—and just dreaming—you can check tour UNESCO’s World Heritage sites online.

A gay guy or gal can dream, right? A British luxury travel operator is now offering travel packages that span two years, cost more than $1.5 million, and will take you to every one of UNESCO’s 962 World Heritage Sites, Yahoo News reports.

The over-the-top itinerary includes the Taj Mahal in India, the pyramids in Egypt, and the Forbidden City in China, as well as less notorious sites such a Cohokia Mounds in Illinois. “This is certainly the most exciting trip we have ever managed, and is the most remarkable travel adventure imaginable,” Andrew Barker of Hurlingham Travel, which is organizing the tours, told The Daily Mail. Barker added that a donation of $7,500 will be made to UNESCO during each trip

Have a 1.5 million to spare? Check out more about the trip here.  If you’re like the rest of us—and just dreaming—you can check tour UNESCO’s World Heritage sites online.

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