For about the price of a typical single-family home in Mississippi, ultra-rich adventurers can spend three weeks traversing the world via private jet thanks on an Abercrombie & Kent "air cruise."
Founded in 1962 by legendary globetrotter Geoffrey Kent, the luxury travel company has a long history of creating premium experiences targeting high-paying customers.
A&K eventually got into the private jet business with its inaugural "Royal Air Tour" in 1989, and, in 2013, it pioneered around-the-world private air tours with a 26-day trip to places like the Amazon and Samoa. The trip cost $105,000 and used a specially-modified Boeing 737.
"There are a lot of wealthy people today who have the money to travel and want to see the world," Kent told NBC News in 2013. "They are money rich and time poor. This is a great way to see as much of the world as possible in a short amount of time. And to really enjoy it."