No Time To Die Before Going On This James Bond-Themed Trip
The exclusive James Bond-themed international trip will include the chance to recreate famed high-speed chase scenes, complete with luxury super-cars.
James Bond fans with deep pockets are being offered the chance to fufill their wildest 007 fantasies for three weeks. Billed as a first-of-its-kind James Bond-themed adventure, travel companies Tamandare and Uber Alles Travel are selling a four-country, seven-city trip that will take in the premiere of the latest Bond film, No Time To Die, in London. For those who like their martinis "shaken, not stirred", meals by Michelin-starred chefs and dinner on London's Tower Bridge, with a high-stakes casino night naturally, are on the menu.
High-speed chases and firefights
Other highlights, according to the website advertising the experience, are visiting the filming locations used throughout No Time to Die, taking part in a high speed chase "complete with luxury supercars, boat chases, races, and helicopter extraction after a fierce simulated firefight, followed by the getaway escape to a secluded vaulted hideaway." Not exciting enough? A secret mission that includes guarding the Crown Jewels has also been thrown in. The trip starts at $80,000 for 21 days or $4000 a day.
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