View of Los Angeles from private 2,140-square-foot terrace

Extraordinary Experiences

Your Invitation to Adventure

What makes an experience extraordinary? How about a walk alongside a naturalist while you watch migrating zebras, or a guided dive to discover the hidden world in UNESCO-protected waters? We’ll give you exclusive access to once-in-a-lifetime adventures in the world’s most captivating locales, only with Four Seasons.

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Get Away to a Private Island in the Maldives


Four Seasons Private Island Maldives at Voavah, Baa Atoll, in a UNESCO-protected Indian Ocean domain, is off limits to most but is yours to explore. Stroll along undisturbed white-sand beaches, visit reef sharks with one of the Maldives’ most experienced divers or spend the day island-hopping aboard a luxury dive boat.

Seeing the skyline and the light change as the sun began to set was a really beautiful way to see LA.

Grant Legan

Travel to New Heights Aboard the Four Seasons Jet


Lift off into a global adventure, experiencing the rich cultures, landscapes and cuisines of up to nine international destinations on a single personalized journey in the private, chef-catered comfort of our custom jet – and you’ll never have to touch your luggage.

Explore the Wilds of the Serengeti


What will you do when the wild calls you? On an expedition through Serengeti National Park, you’ll connect with nature’s mysteries as you roam the land alongside a resident naturalist and help photograph the area’s most majestic – and elusive – residents.

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Witness the Enchanting Beauty of the Night Sky Over the French Riviera


At Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A
Four Seasons Hotel – positioned in one of the best stargazing locations on the French Riviera – you’ll discover the wonders of the universe during an exclusive astronomy lesson with one of the field’s greatest minds, followed by a private, bespoke dinner prepared by our Michelin-starred Chef Yoric Tièche and served beneath the stars.

There is wisdom in turning as often as possible from the familiar to the unfamiliar.

George Santayana