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Follow in the footsteps of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

Star Wars: The Force Awakens has not only woken up the box office, it has inspired travelers to hit the road in search of filming locations like no other movie has before. Travelers have revived the original filming locations in Death Valley National Park and headed to a remote island off the coast of Ireland just to get in touch with this movie-making magic.

Zicasso has presented another artisan itinerary based on a popular series. This time, they have tackled the Star Wars franchise with a tour that follows in the footsteps of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

“We’ve seen a lot of interest from fans of the film series not just to visit the stunning filming locations, but to retrace the footsteps of their favorite actors during filming,” said Steve Yu, Marketing Director at Zicasso. . “For the first time, fans will experience their stay in the same hostel where the cast and crew of the film stayed while filming in Ireland. Fantasy truly meets reality on this one-of-a-kind tour.

Experts in turning fantasy into reality, Zicasso has organized a tour that spans three countries: England, Iceland and Ireland. The 10-day private tour takes you into another world, filled with resistance fighters, dark lords, soldiers, and a never-ending search for Luke Skywalker.

Highlights of the trip include:

  • A visit to the filming locations in the three countries, Ireland, Iceland and England, with private guides.
  • A private helicopter tour to see the iconic Skelligh Michael, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where Luke was hiding in the film.
  • An intimate stay at the Portmagee Moorings Hotel, where the Star Wars cast and crew also stayed.
  • An adventure in Puzzlewood near the Forest of Dean to see the site of the epic lightsaber battle.
  • The Myvatn region in Iceland, which was the backdrop for the winter battle scenes.
  • A chance to captain the ship during a visit to the Madame Tussauds wax museum in London.
  • A visit to the former Royal Air Force base, Greenham Common
  • A hike to see the northern lights

The journey begins in Reykjavik, Iceland, which has the honor of being the northernmost capital in the world. Guests stroll down Svarthöfði Street, also known as Dark Villain Street. The guests then head to Krafla, a dormant volcano and where they filmed Myvatn, the villain base. There are also visits to the Dettifoss waterfall and Blue Lagoon.

The journey continues in England with visits to Madame Tussauds, Greenham Common and the Forest of Dean.

The guests then head to Ireland and begin with a trip to Portmagee, followed by a helicopter ride to Skellig Michael and then a tour of the Ring of Kerry.

Pricing for the customizable travel package starts at $ 10,935 per person, double occupancy and includes accommodation, breakfasts, private tours including helicopter tour, tickets to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, private transfers, and 24/7 support. It does not include the price of airfare to Iceland and from Ireland, but it does include air transfers during the trip.

Zicasso is an online luxury travel referral service that unites discerning travelers with 10 percent of the industry’s top travel specialists, who are personally vetted by the organization, creating a network of some of the The world’s leading travel agents who personally work with clients to create The Final Trip.

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