Your Questions About RTW Tickets Answered
Every year we get the same questions about round the world tickets. We thought, instead of constantly answering your questions that we’d write an article about it. Trust us, it’s easier this way. So, if you have a question about round the world tickets, see if it’s here first. If it’s not, jump onto the message boards and ask it! Still, we think we’ve got most of your frequently asked questions about round the world tickets covered…
What is a round the world ticket?
A round the world ticket is a series of pre-booked flights taking you from country to country. This can be in a clockwise, anticlockwise, or out and back the same way (more commonly known as a multi-stop ticket).
How much is a round the world ticket?
The simplest round the world tickets can start from as little as £879 (even cheaper if you manage to get a deal), with the top end tickets costing well over £3,500. Typically they cost around £1,200 – £1,500 and that gets you five or six stops and a couple of internal flights.