Be awed as you watch our one & only blue marble rise over the Moon’s horizon.
This trip is perfect for astro-history buffs! Experience the same flight path and itinerary as Apollo 11, the first manned landing on the Moon. Walk in the footsteps of Neil Armstrong, and have your first moonwalk while watching the Earth rise over the Moon’s horizon. This trip will last 8 days – ideal as a short getaway, and also as a sampler if you’re new to space travel.
Experience the rollercoaster thrill of launching off from Cape Canaveral. Once we reach orbital heights, you’ll be free to float around in zero gravity environment. Experience the awe of seeing the sunrise and sunset in space, while on the flyby around the Earth. Tuck in to the night as we leave Earth orbit towards the Moon.
See stars you could never see on the trans lunar flight of 385,000km to the Moon.
We will circle around the Moon. Catch famous craters like the Sea of Tranquility (where the first moon landing occured). Soon you’ll be able to see the dark side of the Moon – something no one had ever seen before unless you’re a space traveler! As we come back round from the dark side, watch the Earth rise.
Moon landing in the Sea of Tranquility, and follow in the footsteps of Neil Armstrong, where he said those famous words:”One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind”. Do your first moonwalk and leave behind your own foot prints. Explore the area on the moon rover free and easy. We’ll be spending a night here under the stars.
Last morning on the Moon. Watch the Earth rise from the Moon’s horizon, a scene which many previous space tourists said was the most humbling, awe-inspiring thing they ever saw in their lives. We’ll also have a live feed back to Earth where you can talk to your family and friends on Google Hangouts. Last chance to get those selfies!
Say goodbye to the Moon as we launch off and head back home. On route, you’ll be able to see the blue marble of our home planet. Definitely an Instagram-worthy shot from here.
Trans lunar flight – on route back to Earth. Last chance to catch the stars and constellations you might have missed on the way!
Re-entry into Earth. Ocean landing in Pacific Ocean, followed by pick-up by a luxury cruise ship to end your trip.