Starting 2030, there will be flights to the Red Planet every 2 years, with a flight journey of about 55,000,000km. The flight there will take about 8 months to get to Mars. Rest assured that we will have lots of activities available on our spaceship to allow you to work , rest and play well for 8 months. You’ll continue to have access to communications back home to Earth throughout the entire trip, albeit with a short time delay of around 15-20min. After landing, you will be able to explore Mars at your own pace for about 1.5 years, after which we will make the same journey back. Overall the entire trip will take about 2.5 years – perfect for travelers looking for a sabbatical. This package is popular with experienced space nomads who wish to spend an extended time away from home, and who like to work while traveling.
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 this trans Mars flight of 55,000,000km.
Zip past the Moon, and catch a glimpse of the dark side of the Moon – something no one had ever seen before unless you’re a space traveler! If you’re luck, you might also be able to watch the Earth rise from the Moon’s horizon.
Trans Mars flight for the next 7 months. We have a wide variety of food, drinks and entertainment selections on board. You can continue to work remotely as well via our office facilities.
Check in to Mars.
Welcome drink at Mars Colony One. Check out the first Mars garden, solar power station, and refueling station. Explore Mars on space rover.
Free and easy around Mars on space rover. A professional guide will bring you around. Notable sights to see: Valles Marineris, the Grand Canyon of Mars, and Olympus Mons, Mars’ highest peak.
Leave Mars. Additional side trip to Diemos and Phobos, the moons of Mars, for those who signed up.
Welcome home! Re-entry into Earth and landing back at Cape Canaveral.