You can live like James Bond on these amazing travel adventures

You can recover a stolen rare idol in Thailand and disarm explosives in Greenland.

by | Published on 17th Aug 2022

Let’s be honest, everyone out there has dreamed of what it would be like to live the life of James Bond.

Now, however, you can really walk in 007’s shoes thanks to a range of new travel experiences from Pelorus.

Following on from the recent success of No Time to Die, the travel agency is offering four new packages that play on themes from the films.

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The first package will see you sail to Greenland on the 77.4-metre yacht Legend.

Once you arrive, you’ll hop on snowmobiles and head for an abandoned radar station where you’ll have to disarm explosives.

Along the way, you’ll be tasked with finding clues on how to get the job done.

And of course, there’ll be meals prepared by one of Greenland’s finest chefs for you at your overnight stops along the way.

The second package is set in Thailand, where you’ll kayak through the Andaman Sea to the stunning Surin Islands.

You’ll need to put your spy skills to the test after spending time with Moken tribesman on the islands.

They’ll tell you stories of the tribe’s history, with clues hidden in these tales that reveal the location of a rare idol that was stolen from them.


From there, you’ll be pulling off a heist to retrieve it from a local gang during their weekly poker game.

You’ll then escape them through the jungle with the help of a former British Army Captain.

Of course, spy work is far from all James Bond is known to do – driving fast cars is another big part of the movies.

That’s why the third package on offer will see you hit the Scottish Highlands in a pack of supercars to drive the legendary NC500 route which featured in Skyfall.

Not even this trip is without some extreme action, however, with the chance to abseil down rugged cliff faces.

The final package will let you indulge in the luxury aspects of James Bond’s life.

You’ll go skiing through the stunning Dolomites, with a private helicopter to take you there.

You can also dine in the region’s best restaurants before driving a supercar from the mountains down to Venice to explore the ‘floating city’ by gondola.

If you’re interested, the chance to live like Bond doesn’t come cheap.

The Greenland trip will cost a whopping $500,000 for a group of 12.

However, the trips to Thailand, Scotland, and Italy cost between $10,000-15,000 per person.

You can find out all the details on Pelorus’ website.

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