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  • Starr Wlodarski

5 Trips to Take if You Win the Lottery

Admit it you buy Powerball or Mega Millions tickets when the jackpot is some huge amount. And then dream about what you would do if you won. Pay off your mortgage, make sure your parents are taken care of, put money in college accounts for the kids. Take a trip. Because money isn't an issue here are some trips that you may want to put on your list. Around the world by private jet

You will do it in 26 days, not 80 and fly in Abercrombie & Kent's private Boeing 757 with lay-flat seats and only 50 passengers. Dedicated flight crew with you the whole trip and tour directors. Visit in one trip, cruise the Amazon River and visit Easter Island are few of the highlights along the way. On some trips you will be joined by A&K's founder. Cruise to Antarctica

It is an ultimate bucket list trip, the scenery and wildlife will be etched in your memory forever. There are ships that cater to more adventurous travelers and others that are pure luxury. All will have polar experts on board that will allow you to gain more understanding of this continent.

African Safari

There are so many options here, the traditional Kenya/Tanzania trip to see the Great Migration and South Africa if you are not wanting to spend 2 weeks in the bush and see Cape Town and some of the great South African Vineyards. You can tag on trips to Uganda/Rwanda to see the Silverback gorilla, Botswana for Chobe National Park, one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa and Okavango River Delta. And don't forget Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia/Zimbabwe. Scheduled safaris are usually small groups since the camps are not large. And safaris can be tailored made to fit what you want to see.

Galapagos Islands

If you are in to wildlife this is the trip for you, because the majority of species only live here and the best way to see the islands is by cruise ship. These are smaller more intimate ships where you go off in small groups to explore the islands. Galapagos Giant Tortoise, Galapagos Iguana and the Galapagos Penguin. Once again these cruises have experts on board to enhance your experience.

World Cruise

Unpack once and see the world, that's what you can do on a world cruise. The typical world cruise is around 100 days and departs in January, great way to get out of the snow for us Northerners. Many cruise lines offer these types of cruises, from the familiar Princess, historic Cunard and the ultra luxury ships of Crystal & Regent Seven Seas. 100 days too long, you can book segments of the world cruise that concentrate on a region that interests you.

These are my top 5 picks, what are your top picks for money is no option travel?

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