Created by renowned novelist Ian Fleming in 1953, James Bond is a fictional character who has been portrayed by Sean Connery, David Niven, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig in a total of twenty-seven films. Eon Productions holds the adaptation rights to all of Ian Fleming’s Bond novels.
On the 60th anniversary of James Bond films, Black Tomato (a travel company) is collaborating with EON productions to create an immersive travel experience for the lovers of this action film. The unique itinerary will provide exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to iconic scenes such as the sinking Venetian home from Casino Royale and the adrenaline-fueled alpine pursuits featured in Spectre.
Travellers will have the opportunity to learn from stunt coordinator Lee Morrison in London, gain an entry to Champagne Bollinger’s Chateau and Estate in France, cruise along the Côte d’Azur in a private yacht from Octopussy along with A View To A Kill actress Carole Ashby. A a water-skiing experience on Lake Como in Italy is also the icing on the cake.
The itinerary includes Chantilly in France, The Corinthia Hotel in London, and Hotel Cipriani in Venice. Dubbed “The Assignment,” this private tour is a homage to the hard work of film crews and stunning locations from the James Bond set. "The Assignment" also includes luxurious experiences, such as viewing some of the world’s most valuable thoroughbred horses, horseback riding through the picturesque grounds of Château de Chantilly, receiving a private tour of the Royal Stables (which house three Raphael paintings), and savouring a Bond-inspired lunch.
The pricing for the spectacular five-night excursion begins at $18,500 per person (covering two or more destinations but excluding airfare), with a total of 60 personalized limited-edition packages up for grabs.
While trips can be reserved starting on March 30, 2023, it is highly recommended to plan travel for May and beyond.
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