Latitudes – ATW Private Jet

Around the world by private jet and a 3 day stop in Sydney working with the Latitudes team.
It was not a typical incentive group, but high-end individual clients picking exceptional locations around the world: 40 participants sub-divided in 8 groups, each with their own tour leader and their Spanish or Portuguese speaking guide.

Sydney Opera House and the Blue Mountains were included in the program since the brief requested UNESCO World Heritage sites to stand out.

Part of the program was an in-depth discovery of Barangaroo, a new development along Sydney Harbour named after Barangaroo, an Aboriginal woman. The first written account of her in 1790 described Barangaroo as being in her early 40s, worldly, wise and freer of spirit than the settlers expected of a woman to be – at least the English women of the time. Story of the past, in the present, for the future.

It was followed by a visit of a pearl farm on Broken Bay reached by 10 and 6 seater seaplanes. Aquaculture and immersion in the story of Australian pearls, from the original pearl shellers, to the tumultuous modern cultured pearl industry. Broken Bay is home to the locally grown lustrous Akoya pearls and this was also an occasion to get hands-on with pearl grading and valuation.

On the following day our guests visited the iconic “Sculpture by The Sea“ exhibition in Bondi.
A tremendous opportunity to get close to cutting-edge art creations all in a stunning outdoor environment, looking toward the surf and the Pacific extravagant beauty.

Meals were carefully crafted to sample the best of modern Australian cuisine, inspired by fusion of European and Asian influences, using fresh locally grown products.