Starquest Expeditions partners with Loftleidir icelandic for luxury around-the-world expeditions
Starquest Expeditions is a unique travel company with extraordinary logistical requirements, and so needed to find the right airline to partner with. The company operates educational trips to remote and multiple destinations for small groups of sophisticated travelers. The expeditions are sponsored by the likes of National Geographic, Harvard Museum of Natural History, and other distinguished universities, museums and cultural institutions. And not only are the trips filled with not-to-be-missed experiences, but they are also highly innovative. The expeditions allow plenty of time for travelers to pursue their own interests and satisfy the inevitable curiosities that arise from traveling. Each destination offers an array of personalized excursions. Whether travelers want to learn how to cook the local cuisine, visit the village school, perfect their photo technique, shop the souks, or get in a round of golf, the expedition staff will make the arrangements, handling all the details.
Starquest Expeditions found Loftleidir Icelandic/Icelandair to be a perfect fit, especially because of its 60 years’ industry experience, and ability to provide unmatched services, flexibility in scheduling, and reliable, high-performance aircraft.
The Journey of a Lifetime to Timbuktu and Beyond
For their Legendary Places expedition 2004, Starquest Expeditions will whisk travelers around the world, in complete comfort and safety, aboard a Boeing 757 that Loftleidir Icelandic specially customized for them. So instead of the usual 188 seats, travelers on this expedition will enjoy a very comfortable 72-seat executive-class interior. The trip comes complete with an expedition staff of world-renowned experts in history, art and anthropology; an American physician; and Loftleidir Icelandic’s professional flight crew. The accommodations are the best available, ranging from 5-star luxury properties, such as the Amarvilas in India, to charming local retreats
For more information on The Legendary Places Expedition 2004, click here.